Tourism Saskatchewan

Southwest Outdoors


Nature's Playground

Lake Diefenbaker boasts sparkling waters for over 800km of shoreline, world-record fishing opportunities, picturesque camping, challenging golf courses, sail boating, houseboating, and the list goes on.

The area has three provincial parks (Danielson, Douglas and Sask Landing), as well as regional parks and private campgrounds. Cypress Hills marks the highest point of elevation between the Rockies and Labrador and is home to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.

Give in to the lure of a natural highland untouched by the Glacier Age. Breathtaking hiking trails offer solitude among the huge stands of Lodgepole Pine where you can become at-one with nature at its finest.

Grasslands National Park preserves a wide expanse of the broad Frenchman River Valley, along with weathered buttes and badlands, untouched native prairie, and grassland flora and fauna. At Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area you can observe bison roaming one of Canada’s last remaining tracts of mixed grassland.