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
Embrace the Space of Grasslands National ParkThere’s a light summer breeze, the air is filled with the smell of the recent rain that just passed by, and a coyote howls in the distance.
Grey Owl’s Wilderness Playground
Friends and family come to Prince Albert National Park to connect. Breathing in the fresh northern air and listening to the quiet of the forest is a celebration of the park’s greatest gift: nature left untouched for all to enjoy.
8 Best Family-Friendly Camping Destinations
Camping is a great way to explore Saskatchewan's diverse landscape and make memories with your family. Here are eight destinations that you should add to your bucket list.
Top Notch Eateries
Chefs and restauranteurs are breaking the mold with new and creative dishes in Saskatchewan.
Topwater PikeAfter I arrived at the lake, it didn’t take me long to launch my boat and race to the first of a series of my favorite shallow water bays.
Put a Saskatchewan Rush game on your to-do list
There’s nothing like being in a sold out arena watching an intense game surrounded by passionate fans!
Adventure and SolitudeThere are nearly 100,000 rivers running across northern Saskatchewan, so it should not surprise anyone in the know that there are incredible paddling experiences here as good (if not better) than anywhere else in the world.
Snow Day in the City of Bridges
The sun is shining and it’s a perfect winter day to enjoy the outdoors and explore Saskatoon in a new way – on a kick sled!
Trivia March 2017The First Nations University of Canada Powwow is celebrating its _____ year in 2017?
Creating Camping Memories
The crackling of the camp fire; the comforting smell of the smoke from the fire combined with the aromatic scents of nearby pine trees - it's camping season!
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.
Going Local: Chasing Waterfalls
"Growing up in La Ronge, a town with access to so many beautiful lakes and trails, I developed a passion for exploring the north."