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Nobody wants to hear that summer is coming to an end, but fall is a great time of year to check out one of these mineral spas! Healing mineral waters and relaxation await.
Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort is located in Moose Jaw’s historic downtown. Soak in Canada’s largest therapeutic geothermal mineral water pool. This indoor/outdoor rooftop pool is the perfect place to relax weary muscles and sore joints. Don't forget to book your appointment at the Sun Tree Spa before you take a dip. Massages, facials, body wraps, scrubs and hand and foot treatments are all available.
You’ve heard of the Dead Sea, the mysterious waters of Manitou are often compared to this natural wonder. Little Manitou Lake is legendary for its natural buoyancy, it’s impossible to sink! This European-style spa, Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa, is located in the heart of the prairies overlooking the lake. While there, get a relaxing treatment at the Serenity Spa that uses product made with the healing minerals found in the water.
These destination spas aren't the only place you'll find relaxation in the province. There are many day spas to visit with a wide range of services, to find one near you click here.