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.
Unplug at Saskatchewan's Newest Provincial ParkThe Porcupine Pine Hills Provincial Park is the perfect place to unplug and reconnect with nature. You’ll want to tell all your friends, but you’ll just have to wait until you get back into cell coverage.
Sep 28 2020
[Surviving] Camping with TeensIt’s vacation time. You’ve spent weeks prepping and packing, drawing up meal plans and ensuring everything is taken care of for your relaxing camping getaway with the family. You’ve plotted roadside stops and are proud how prepared you’ll be for your time away. There’s only one challenge standing in your way. Your children - more specifically, your teenage children.
Sep 11 2020
Discovering Eastend, SaskatchewanLocal photographer, Herry Himanshu, recounts his experience visiting the town of Eastend and surrounding area in southwest Saskatchewan for the first time.
Aug 31 2020
Campfire Recipes with Local ChefsIs it possible to improve on the humble but tasty bush pie? Local chefs Milton Rebello (Skye Café and Bistro), Jenni Lesnard (Wanuskewin) and Jodi Robson (Great Canadian Baking Show finalist) come up with some delicious campfire recipes.
Aug 17 2020
Turtle Lake Nature Sanctuary – a place to connect with nature year roundWe all have special places where we reconnect with nature, places where you can go to walk peacefully, observe plants and animals, and just really fill your bucket. For me, that place is the Turtle Lake Nature Sanctuary.
Jul 31 2020
Falling for flora in Buffalo Pound Provincial ParkRecently while visiting Buffalo Pound Provincial Park for a few days of camping with my family, I challenged myself to look down instead of looking up, while getting in some outdoor exercise.
Jul 30 2020
5 Saskatchewan Provincial Parks with Comfortable LodgingProvincial Parks are often associated with camping, but did you know many of Saskatchewan’s provincial parks have lodging options as well?
Jul 29 2020
13 Lush Golf Courses. 13 Provincial Parks.When it comes to golf, there’s something special about pulling up to the first tee box and looking down a groomed fairway surrounded by tall trees (or wide-open prairie) and clear blue sky. Mix in the sounds of birds chirping, water flowing and other songs of nature, and it’s hard to not feel a sense of peace and relaxation. Here are 13 courses with close connections to provincial parks
Jul 28 2020
National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous People’s DayJune is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day in Canada. As Saskatchewan continues to reopen, celebrations have been reimaged as virtual programs and events.
Jun 19 2020
What's Happening in Sask (Virtually)As Saskatchewan continues to reopen, events and tours remain largely closed to the public. Lucky for you, some of your favourite events have gone digital.
Jun 03 2020
6 Virtual Adventures: Explore Saskatchewan from HomeWhen we’re unable to visit our favourite destinations physically, we can experience Saskatchewan virtually. Sit back, relax and explore the land of living skies in the comfort of your home.
Apr 27 2020
3 Trails for Winter Hiking in Northern SaskatchewanWinter hikes make great day trips – when many of Saskatchewan’s hiking trails become cross-country skiing, fat biking and snowshoeing trails.
Mar 29 2020
Exploring the Wilderness of Wildcat Hill Provincial Park and Hudson BaySoft pillows of snow are piled more than a foot high on drooping branches of jack pine, spruce and fir in the boreal forest in northeast Saskatchewan.
Mar 18 2020