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.
What's Happening in Sask? - April 2019Don’t miss out on these great events taking place throughout the month of April.
March 18, 2019
When the Snow Falls: Top Saskatchewan Winter DestinationsWhile the province is still blanketed in white, strap on some cross-country skis or skates, hit the trails on your snowmobile or stay cosy by the fire with some hot chocolate. Embrace the snowy season at some of the province’s most popular parks and four-season destinations.
Crokicurl – Hurry Hard!
Crokicurl takes two classic Canadian pastimes, crokinole, curling, being outdoors during winter and combines them together into a popular new game that every Canadian can love.
Ask the Locals: Top 5 Ice Fishing Spots in SaskatchewanWith a three-month season (mid-December to mid-March) and an abundance of great fishing lakes across Saskatchewan, opportunities for winter anglers to get out on the ice are countless. We asked some of the locals where the fish are biting. Here are five lakes and areas that are favourite ice fishing spots.
3 Reasons to Root for Mac the Moose
Moose Jaw and Norway had entered an “international moose beef,” with stories in the New York Times and The Guardian fanning the moose beef flames. Here are three reasons we’re rooting for Mac in this moose-on-moose battle.
Celebrate the cold with these winter events and festivalsSaskatchewan winters may be long and cold, but that doesn’t stop people from getting outside and having some fun.
Cree River Lodge
If you’ve heard stories (and seen photos) of monster northern pike being caught at Cree River Lodge, Outdoor Life contributor Joe Arterburn is here to tell you they’re all true.
Planning that first trip "up north"
"The cry of the loon on a still evening while casting for pike, walleye and lake trout in waters where the fish have never seen a hook or, enjoying a noon meal of very fresh fried walleye or pike cooked over a campfire on an island surrounded by pristine water is something every angler should experience."
Passion and Rock 'n' Roll on a Plate at Harvest EateryWhy are people driving 100, 200 or even 500 km to get a meal at a restaurant in small-town Saskatchewan?
Adventures in the Boreal ForestResting on the shoulders of Saskatchewan’s prairie lies the expansive wilderness of the northern boreal forest.
Autumn in Prince Albert National Park
Tourism Saskatchewan invited local travel influencers on a two-day adventure in Prince Albert National Park to explore the beauty of the fall season.