The Pike Lake Provincial Park is a popular developed park with lots of extras. It includes two day use areas, two sandy beaches, a large full service campground, boat rentals, boat launch, walking trails, concession, a general store,...
Lake Diefenbaker is one of the most popular fresh water lakes in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada for activity, leisure and adventure. To some in the province the lake is referred to as, "Saskatchewan's Great Lake."
Diefenbaker Park is a wilderness park ideal for appreciating nature and the history of the Temperance Colonists who first settled in Saskatoon. There is a day use picnic area, BBQ, sightseeing benches, trails and cemetery.
Fort Carlton Provincial Park is a historical destination consisting of a resurrected Hudson Bay Company fur trading post. There are interpretive guides, a gift shop, artifacts, exhibits, a tipi village and interpretive hiking trails.
Saskatoon Natural Grasslands is a 14 hectare (34 acre) parkland consisting of protected Saskatchewan native grasslands and hiking trails. It is home to the Prairie Nature Centre. Located south of Saskatoon.
The Gabriel Dumont Park was created to celebrate the culture and traditions of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is designed in a First Nation Metis theme with sculptures, statues and monuments located throughout the park.
Meewasin Park includes a day use area with picnic tables. Nearby, there is a children's playground, washrooms and a stone art monument. And at the south end of the park is the Capilano Lookout providing views of the city.
The Weir is one of the most visited sightseeing destinations in the community of Saskatoon, SK. Built in 1939, the South Saskatchewan River Weir is a Historic Civil Engineering Site. At the time of construction it was considered an engineering first.
Kiwanis Park is a memorial park created to honor and remember the many historical events of the world and of Saskatchewan. There are monuments, pavilions, fountains, statues and information billboards detailing historical events.
Kinsmen Park in Saskatoon, SK, Canada is best known as a destination for children because of the large playground and amusement centre located in the park. There is a day use picnic area, large grass lawns, trees for shade, concession, art sculptures
The Meewasin Valley Trail measures 60+ kilometres and connects to many of the Saskatoon riverfront parks, promenades, recreation facilities, heritage sites, picnic day use sites, lookouts, attractions and more
Cosmopolitan Park is a wildlife viewing park consisting of an upper and lower trail with sightseeing benches and viewpoints looking out over the South Saskatchewan River. Popular for birdwatching and is the site for the Pioneer Memorial Cairn.
The riverbank lookout park is a developed sightseeing viewpoint located on the South Saskatchewan River. The lookouts are made of cement, covered and lined with hand rails. They are built leaning out over the river providing scenic views.