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.

National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous People’s Day

June 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

5 Stops to Make Between Saskatoon and Prince Albert

Saskatchewan has more roads than any other province in Canada. Many of them lead somewhere interesting. The 142-km stretch of Highway 11 between Saskatoon and Prince Albert, a section of the Louis Riel Trail, is no exception.
Feb 03 2020

7 Family-friendly Winter Resorts in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a playground for winter enthusiasts – especially kids. The season is perfect for snowy adventures and bonfires, marshmallow roasting and even camping.
Feb 03 2020

A Cross-Country Ski-cation at Blue Mountain Adventure Park and the Battlefords

Ashlyn George headed north for a winter ski-cation and to explore Blue Mountain Adventure Park and the North Battleford region. 
Jan 30 2020

4 Reasons to Explore Saskatchewan Trails in the Winter

Imagine exploring your favourite park, lake, river or valley after the snow falls. Nothing is as peaceful as a winter walk.
Jan 28 2020

13 Ice Fishing Derbies in Saskatchewan

Ice fishing is a widespread Canadian pastime as our lakes freeze over during cold winter months. With so many lakes, Saskatchewan is the perfect place to catch your trophy fish through the ice.
Jan 24 2020

Embrace the Winter with a Weekend Getaway in Regina

Before you hit the ‘buy’ button on tickets to Hawaii in a blind panic, take a moment and consider a weekend getaway closer to home. Drop the kids off with family, put your phones away and take a well-earned Regina weekend for yourselves.
Jan 24 2020

Celebrate the Snow with Saskatchewan's Winter Festivals

Saskatchewan winters may be long and cold, but that doesn’t stop people from getting outside and having some fun. 
Jan 22 2020

What's Happening in Sask - February 2020

Don’t miss out on these great events taking place throughout the month of February.
Jan 20 2020

Road Trip to Your Saskatchewan Fishing Adventure

The journey is always part of the adventure. Half of Saskatchewan's lodges are road-accessible. Drive-in lodges are an affordable option for those travelling with families or groups. Anglers are able to experience the remoteness of a fly-in lodge or fly-out lake without breaking the bank. 
Jan 20 2020

Wanuskewin Welcomes Return of Bison

Wanuskewin Heritage Park near Saskatoon has introduced bison to the park as the beginning of a conservation herd that is as close as possible, genetically, to the pure Plains bison that existed 200 years ago. 
Jan 17 2020

Fishing Saskatchewan: ‘In Between’ for Big Northern Pike

To consistently catch trophy pike these days, you have to venture to far northern Canada, to vast bodies of water where toothy critters are the dominant species and plentiful enough to deliver frequent hookups for anglers. 
Jan 17 2020

Fishing Saskatchewan: The Grand Slam of Canadian Angling

While northern pike are the main attraction here, other species lurk beneath the surface such as walleye, lake trout and arctic grayling. Your quest during your stay is to catch some of each to qualify for the grand slam.
Jan 17 2020
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