Central - Yorkton
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Yorkton. Self-guided tour books available at Tourism Yorkton, junction of Hwys 9, 10, 16 and 52; at City Hall, downtown Yorkton; or online.
Latitude: 51.21421° N,
Longitude: -102.4621° W
​The Yorkton City Nature Trails and Historic Tours are a great way to get out and enjoy the city's scenery and learn about its history and many attractions. 

Ravine Ecological Preserve: Encompassing 20 acres with 2.8 km of walking trails, this nature preserve, off Broadway St W and Hwy 10, traverses a variety of habitat from aquatic to parkland. A 500-ft. floating boardwalk, gravelled pathways, a frog pond and an arboretum with trees native to Saskatchewan add to the trail's interest.

Logan Green: this natural setting park space is home to the Hearts in Motion Pathway, a 6-km trail perfect for walking, jogging or cycling. Logan Green is located along the south edge of the city, and is accessible from Laurier Ave, Tupper Ave and Queen St near the Yorkton water treatment facility.

Yorkton Historical Walking Tour: a leisurely stroll, taking approximately one hour, will take you past 30 private and public buildings that capture the essence of Yorkton's early years.

City Cemetery Walking Tour: while enjoying this walking tour, make use of the guidebook containing the stories of 28 early city residents and their spouses buried in the city cemetery at the corner of King Street and Hwy 9.

Artwalk: enjoy a 12-stop tour of art in the heart of Yorkton.

Self-guided tour book $3, available at Tourism Yorkton, City Hall or online.
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Access

  • Urban / Suburban

Services

  • Self-guided tour

Amenities

  • Picnic area
  • Pit toilet
  • Interpretive signage
  • Free parking

Activities

  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Birding / Wildlife viewing

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-786-1750 |
cdpr@yorkton.ca

Yorkton. Self-guided tour books available at Tourism Yorkton, junction of Hwys 9, 10, 16 and 52; at City Hall, downtown Yorkton; or online.

Latitude: 51.21421° N, Longitude: -102.4621° W

Central - Yorkton

​The Yorkton City Nature Trails and Historic Tours are a great way to get out and enjoy the city's scenery and learn about its history and many attractions. 

Ravine Ecological Preserve: Encompassing 20 acres with 2.8 km of walking trails, this nature preserve, off Broadway St W and Hwy 10, traverses a variety of habitat from aquatic to parkland. A 500-ft. floating boardwalk, gravelled pathways, a frog pond and an arboretum with trees native to Saskatchewan add to the trail's interest.

Logan Green: this natural setting park space is home to the Hearts in Motion Pathway, a 6-km trail perfect for walking, jogging or cycling. Logan Green is located along the south edge of the city, and is accessible from Laurier Ave, Tupper Ave and Queen St near the Yorkton water treatment facility.

Yorkton Historical Walking Tour: a leisurely stroll, taking approximately one hour, will take you past 30 private and public buildings that capture the essence of Yorkton's early years.

City Cemetery Walking Tour: while enjoying this walking tour, make use of the guidebook containing the stories of 28 early city residents and their spouses buried in the city cemetery at the corner of King Street and Hwy 9.

Artwalk: enjoy a 12-stop tour of art in the heart of Yorkton.

Self-guided tour book $3, available at Tourism Yorkton, City Hall or online.

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Location Information

Yorkton. Self-guided tour books available at Tourism Yorkton, junction of Hwys 9, 10, 16 and 52; at City Hall, downtown Yorkton; or online.

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lat. 51.21421° N, long. -102.4621° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-786-1750 |
cdpr@yorkton.ca