Best Places to Visit in Saskatchewan
Find out the Best Places to Visit in Saskatchewan, Canada from the locals. These are the hidden places in Saskatchewan that make up some of the best things to do in Saskatchewan! Find out where they are and what makes them so amazing on your next trip to explore Saskatchewan.
Eastend to Ravenscrag top drive in Cypress Hills
The drive along the Frenchman River Valley between Eastend and Ravenscrag, Saskatchewan, is one of the top drives in the province for scenery.
Southern Saskatchewan Road Trip
If you ever want to see the true Saskatchewan you should get off Highway #1 and get on the dirt roads. Find out places to discover in Southern Saskatchewan.
Battle Creek Road Trip - History and Spectacular Scenery
East of the lake, the pavement turns to gravel and the road name changes to Battle Creek Road. Pullouts with interpretive signs indicate points of interest, such as Police Point Slump, site of a massive landslide where the valley wall gave way in 1967. Farther along, a cairn marks the grave of Constable Marmaduke Graburn of the North West Mounted Police. In 1879, he had the dubious distinction of being the first Mountie in Canada to be shot and killed on duty. His murderer was never found.
Scenic Drive in Grasslands National Park
This scenic drive in Grasslands National Park in southern Saskatchewan features badlands, hiking trails, wildlife viewing, and unsurpassed sweeping views.
Great Sand Hills Revisited
The Great Sand Hills in southern Saskatchewan are the second largest sand dunes in Canada and are easily accessible. Find out how to enjoy your visit to the active dunes.
5 Top Photo Sites in the West Block of Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan
Here's our top 5 picks for photo sites in the West Block of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park straddling the Alberta/Saskatchewan border.
30 FUN Things to Do in Saskatchewan
Looking for the best things to do in Saskatchewan? You've come to the right place! From badlands and grasslands to Queen City, we've got you covered!
Lake Diefenbaker's Sandcastle
Note: As of 2019, access to the Sandcastles has been closed due to increased visitation and associated risks. A few days ago we made a return visit to one of our favourite spots in