Top Stops Along Highway 1

We’ve heard it all before: drive right through, there’s nothing to see, Saskatchewan is boring. Well, we’re here to tell you that you’ve got it all wrong! Venture off the #1 to discover a different side of the province.


From East to West here are some top spots to explore:

Head out on a hike through the forests of Moose Mountain Provincial Park
58km from Highway 1
South from Whitewood on Highway 9
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Surround yourself with the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley by taking the Scenic Drive on Highway 247
21.5km from Highway 1
North from Whitewood on Highway 9
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Take a selfie with the World’s Largest Red Paper Clip in Kipling
51km from Highway 1
South from Whitewood on Highway 9, then west on Highway 48
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The world's largest paperclip is red! #exploresask #paperclip #worldsbiggest #worldslargest

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Discover what prairie life was like in the early 1900’s at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site
35km from Highway 1
North from Sintiluta on gravel road 606
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Stroll across the Swinging Bridge in Wolseley

Located on Highway 1
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Dive into the delicious baking at the Indian Head Bakery
Located on Highway 1
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Mmmmmm!!! #cinnamonrolls #yummy

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Wind your way around through another portion of the Qu’Appelle Valley with a stop at Lebret
25km from Highway 1
North from Indian Head on Highway 56
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Made it to the top. Lebret, you are beautiful. #exploresask #explorecanada

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View the bison herd at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

23km from Highway 1
North off of Highway 1, near Moose Jaw, at Highway 31
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Take in the history of the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site

50km from Highway 1
South off of Highway 1, near Moose Jaw, on Highway 39 & 339
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Grab a snack Little Red Market Café, Mortlach
Located on Highway 1
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Learn about migratory birds at the Chaplin Nature Centre

Located on Highway 1
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Sanderling migration, Chaplin Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. Each spring, hundreds of thousands of migrating shorebirds stop at Chaplin Lake to feed on their way to Arctic nesting grounds. It has been estimated that up to half of the world's sanderlings stop here to refuel. #ExploreSask #landoflivingskies . . . #naturesbeauty #bestnatureshots #guardiantravelsnaps #birdphotography #birdwatching #birdsofinstagram #instabird #bestbirdshots #nuts_about_birds #best_birds_of_ig #birding #igbirds #birdlover #wildlife_photography #bestbirdshot #Majestic_Wildlife_ #birds_ab #wildlifespotting #wildlifephotographers #wildlifephotography #explorecanada #splendid_animals #birding #igbirds #birdlover #igscwildlife #shorebirds #sanderlings

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Stretch your legs on a hike at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

51km from Highway 1
North on Highway 4 at Swift Current 
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Stick your toes in the sand at the Great Sand Hills
80km from Highway 1

North on Highway 21, then east on Route 321 at Liebenthal

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Fill your belly at The Star Café in Maple Creek
10km from Highway 1
South on Highway 21
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See for miles and miles and miles atop Bald Butte in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park 
40km from Highway 1
South on Highway 21 through Maple Creek 
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If city stops are more your style, check out the following links for more information on Regina, Moose Jaw and Swift Current.

Tourism Regina

Tourism Moose Jaw

Tourism Swift Current


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