July 2008 SaskSecrets 

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Slow down, turn off, save gas and see more!

Highway #1

Passing through Saskatchewan this summer? The Trans-Canada #1 Highway takes you to within minutes of rolling grasslands, challenging golf courses, sparkling lakes, entertaining eateries and world-class cultural attractions. The capital city of Regina and nearby Moose Jaw are set to welcome you with plenty to see and do. Many other attractions are less than an hour north or south of this mostly four-lane divided highway.

We invite you to slow down, take a turn or two off the Number One and check out some of these great Saskatchewan attractions:

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park and Fort Walsh National Historical Site

T. Rex Discovery Centre, Eastend

Art Gallery of Swift Current

Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, Moose Jaw

The Tunnels of Moose Jaw

Western Development Museum, Moose Jaw

Wascana Centre, Regina

RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina

Saskatchewan Roughriders, Regina

Motherwell Homestead, Abernethy

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Highway #16

The Trans-Canada #16 Yellowhead Highway links beautiful Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, the city of Saskatoon and the historic Battlefords. As you move along this route northwest toward Lloydminster, you’ll watch the southern grasslands give way to the tree stands, forests and lakes that make central and northern Saskatchewan so breathtakingly beautiful. 

On or near the Trans-Canada #16 Yellowhead (from west to east):

Barr Colony Heritage Cultural Museum

Allen Sapp Gallery, North Battleford

Western Development Museum at three locations: North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton

Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon

Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon

Danceland, Manitou Beach

Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa

Duck Mountain Provincial Park

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