Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
A Week Sailing on Lake DiefenbakerYes! You can sail in Saskatchewan. Ashlyn George spends a week on the waters of Lake Diefenbaker learning how to sail in a place where you would expect a sea of wheat, not water.
July 6, 2018
Top 5 Things to do During Riders Training Camp in SaskatoonThe Saskatchewan Roughriders Training Camp is a lot of fun for die-hard fans, but if you’re looking to branch out to find additional family friendly activities around Saskatoon, we’ve got you covered.
7 Reasons to Camp in SpringSummer is short. Here are 7 reasons why you should get your camping gear out early and enjoy the spring season.
Backcountry Camping on the Gem Lakes Trail in Narrow Hills Provincial Park
For me, the best camping trips are ones where you only need to sit and enjoy the view to have a good time.
Open Season on Open Water
Spring fishing season is upon us. For some anglers, it's their favourite season, particularly those who fish from shore.
The Full Fort Walsh Experience
Here are some activities that Fort Walsh National Historic Site is offering this summer. Use this to plan your days and get the full Fort Walsh experience!
Eyes to the Sky in the Cypress HillsWhen they retreated, the glaciers missed a spot in the southwestern corner of the province, leaving a forested plateau towering high above the plains below at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
Churchill River and Beyond: Paddling Adventures in Northern Saskatchewan
For almost 15 years, photographer Chad Chicilo and two close friends have spent their summers exploring Saskatchewan’s remote northern wilderness.
Your Guide to the Stars (the real ones)We are known for our dynamic, bright open skies in Saskatchewan - and that isn't limited to daylight hours. Here you can see night skies that are as expansive as our horizons.
Horseback Adventures and Life on the RanchTravel by horseback is an unforgettable way to experience the rolling hills and wide-open spaces of Saskatchewan’s southwest.
History of the Churchill River
The Churchill River is a waterway that was important to First Nations travel and trade centuries before the arrival of explorers and voyageurs.
Churchill River Highlights
Outdoor adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts are enticed by the thrill of Saskatchewan’s north with its mighty rivers and abundant freshwater lakes framed by lush boreal forest.