As you explore Saskatchewan, remember to respect the places that you visit and the people who live there. Follow the health guidelines in place to keep us all of us safe and Saskatchewan open.
Updates for Saskatchewan’s tourism industry can be found on Industry.TourismSaskatchewan.com.
Latest Travel Information
Wearing a non-medical mask is required in all indoor public spaces in Saskatchewan. Information on masks and their use and what qualifies as an indoor public space is available here.
The maximum allowable size for private gatherings is five people.
More information about these public health measures are available here.
Many businesses and activities have resumed under stricter guidelines and with precautions in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Physical distancing and hygiene remain as important as ever. Stay informed and follow public health orders.
If you are sick – stay home and monitor your symptoms. Use this self-assessment tool to determine if you should be tested for COVID-19.
Plan ahead, some tourism businesses are closed or have limited services and hours. Contact the business before you visit. Respect the new rules and procedures in place to keep employees and customers safe.
Support local and be treated to Saskatchewan hospitality and products. Spend time outdoors and make new discoveries. Visit Saskatchewan parks and enjoy nature.
Do your part to keep Saskatchewan tourism experiences safe and open for visitors.
This page will be updated as new information and resources become available.
National, Provincial and Regional Parks
- Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
- Saskatchewan Regional Parks
- Prince Albert National Park
- Grasslands National Park
Safe Travel Tips
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we travel. Be aware of travel restrictions and follow all health advisories and safety guidelines. Being responsible and open to these changes will help us all to stay safe and Saskatchewan to stay open.
1. Stay open by staying apart
Keep a two-metre distance between yourself and others, both indoors and out. When visiting beaches and parks, groups should be at least four metres apart.
2. Pack the essentials
Limit your impact on the communities you visit by stocking up on essential items before you leave. Put together a clean safety kit – hand sanitizer, face masks, gloves, disinfectant wipes, first-aid kit, snacks and water.
3. Know before you go
Businesses and attractions are doing things differently this year. Some are running at limited capacity or have different operating hours. Plan ahead and confirm that the place you want to visit is open. Know what to expect when you arrive. Respect the new rules and guidelines in place.
4. Travel in small groups
Travelling with fewer people makes practicing physical distancing easier to do and help lower your impact on the places that you visit.
5. Support local
Saskatchewan businesses need your support more than ever. Health guidelines are in place for sectors and businesses that are open. By respecting the rules and procedures, we can enjoy our favourite cafês, restaurants, stores and attractions. Following the guidelines is essential to staying safe and keeping Saskatchewan open.