Saskatchewan

 

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Prairie land. 100,000 lakes and rivers. A sky that never ends. Saskatchewan has a unique spirit that comes to life in its cities, communities and countryside. Discover authentic restaurants, world class freshwater fishing, canoeing, hiking, camping, and horseback riding.

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Regina

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -19° / -9° C
  • March - May
    -3° / 10° C
  • June - August
    11° / 26° C
  • September - November
    -2° / 10° C
 
  • The meandering shoreline of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon has been the site of gatherings for millennia. Along this ancient byway, leafy paths and criss-crossing bridges continue to bustle with activity, from paddlers to bikers to hikers. On both riverbanks, the quaint city of Saskatoon spreads east and west in walkable neighbourhoods dotted with artisanal shops and restaurants that showcase cool collectibles and creative culinary delights. Prairie hospitality, long shared by the Northern Plains Indigenous Peoples, thrives at Wanuskewin Heritage Park and throughout this friendly city.

    The meandering shoreline of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon has been the site of gatherings for millennia.

    Photo of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Looking for the latest COVID-19 information and travel related restrictions? Click here to learn more. Small-town intimacy meets big-city excitement in Regina, the home of beloved sports teams, fervent fans who don colourful costumes in tribute, and Scotty, the world’s largest Tyrannosaurus rex at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. There’s a trailblazing spirit here, where every tree has been hand-planted and independent entrepreneurship embraces Regina’s industrious and innovative character. The energy bubbles over into recreational adventures in Wascana Park, one of Canada’s largest urban parks and at the city’s popular outdoor music festivals—whether in summer sun or winter snow.

    Small-town intimacy meets big-city excitement in Regina, the home of beloved sports teams, fervent fans who don colourful costumes in tribute, and Scotty, the world’s largest Tyrannosaurus rex at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.

    Photo of Wascana Park in Regina, Saskatchewan

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Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Saskatchewan, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.