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.
His Slice of Paradise
Growing up in a small town and working at a family-owned sporting goods store, Tom Klein, owner of Scott Lake Lodge, always yearned to get “up north.”
December 15, 2017
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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.
Cruising Through Southern Saskatchewan
"You might've seen Canada, but until you've been to the middle, you'll probably never understand Canadiana."
Experiences to add to your Saskatchewan Bucket ListStretching from the grasslands in the south to the rugged Canadian Shield in the north, the amount of uninhabited land offers great opportunity for exploring off the beaten path.
Trivia“A touch of Europe on the prairies” is the motto for which southern community?
Exploring GrasslandsGrasslands National Park, located in southwest Saskatchewan, is a sanctuary where you can see some of the last untouched prairie grasses in North America.
Top Ten Instagrams of 2016
Check out our most liked Instagrams of 2016 to see the pictures that prove Saskatchewan truly is the “Land of Living Skies”.
Must Do Regina
Exploring Saskatchewan’s capital, Regina – also known as the Queen City – is a fun experience any time of year. There is so much to see and enjoy.
Going Local: Cypress Hills Destination Area
The south west is a magical place. These locals got to see a new side of Saskatchewan, one that's not so flat!
Paperclips, Eiffel Towers, Ice Cream & Elevators - Only in Sask.Diversity is the spice of life and we hit the jackpot in south east Saskatchewan.
Desert Island on the Prairies
In the southwest you will find 1,900 square kilometres of sand dunes. Yes, we are talking southwest Saskatchewan.
Sandcastles & Sunken Hill
An unexpected twist in the Saskatchewan landscape takes place at the Sunken Hills and Sandcastles along Lake Diefenbaker