Province of Saskatchewan Travel Guide

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Prince Albert


Moose Jaw




Fort Qu'Appelle


Old Wives Lake




Waskesiu Lake


Willow Bunch


Witchekan Lake




Meadow Lake Provincial Park


Upper Foster Lake




Kenosee Lake


Meadow Lake


Swift Current




Wollaston Lake


La Ronge




Val Marie


Lac La Ronge




Indian Head


Hudson Bay








Rabbit Lake




Maple Creek







See all 161 Saskatoon Tips
  • Popcorn with a twist!

    Saskatoon Shopping

    Popcorn! I'm not a huge fan of it myself, but you've got to try some of the flavours they have on sale here!There's the usual sweet and & salt. Then there's pickle flavour, cheese (different varieties), caramel, double butter, salt & vinegar, dill and jalapeno to name what I can remember!Pick what takes your fancy and enjoy!

  • Delta Bessborough

    Saskatoon Hotels

    The castle-like Delta Bessborough Hotel is the most striking building in Saskatoon. It is modeled on...

  • Midtown Mall

    Saskatoon Shopping

    Great Mall with all the type of shops you could want. The mall is very clean, bright and it has underground parking. You pay for all parking here.The food court has a fab selection of foods that will fill your belly! They have Korean, Mexican, Greek, Thai, Japanese, Italian, sandwiches and sushi! Brilliant selection!The opening hours are:Monday &...



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  • ‘Hop on – hop off’ during a bike tour

    Regina Sports & Outdoors

    Although not very common in Canada, we made a bike tour through the city of Regina during our last autumn visit. To be honest it was a great adventure cycling along the meandering Wascana River and around a part of Wascana Lake. You could use ‘your’ bike on a hop-on hop-off bike tour trough the city:Start at the Government House (Dewdney Avenue)...

  • Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan Regina

    Regina Hotels

    Checking in was so easy thanks to the online self check-in process and the great valet parking...

  • Nice, local atmosphere; good food

    Regina Restaurants

    Good Tapas reaturant with limited full size entrees; nice ambiance at bar and in restaurant. I had a tortilla pizza served and a vegetable skewer with saffron rice. The pizza was a little dry, but good and not too filling. The vegetable skewer was excellent. Teh restaurant has a nice open kitchen, which is entertaining to bar patrons.Prices were...


Prince Albert

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Moose Jaw

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  • Homemade goodness

    Moose Jaw Restaurants

    Named the Chocolate Moose, it is actually more of a tourist souvenir store than a sweets shop. There's lots of t-shirts, posters, souvenir mugs, etc. Quite large selection, but I wasn't looking closely so I can't speak for the prices.The fudge and ice cream counter is what likely draws the people in, but they both take up the smallest space. They...

  • Comfort Inn Moose Jaw

    Moose Jaw Hotels

    155 Thatcher Drive W., Moose Jaw, S6J 1M1, Canada

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • The Tunnels of Moose Jaw

    Moose Jaw Things to Do

    A fun adventure, this tour is based on local lore about the tunnels. They were thought to be old wives tales until a car fell through the road about 20 years ago. Rumor has it that Al Capone ran a bootlegging business here.There are two tours: The Al Capone tour and the Chinese History tour. Both use actors to tell the story. They get the tourists...



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  • Great Food, Friendly Customer Service

    Lloydminster Restaurants

    I seen a review that said the staff was racist here, and I've eaten here plenty of times, in fact even on the occasion the other poster was talking about, I'm from the states but I visit frequently. The Natives were a family, and they were sat on tables across the restaurant because they were the only ones that were clean at the time, there isn't a...

  • Ramada Inn Lloydminster Ab

    Lloydminster Hotels

    5610 44TH Street Highway 16, Hwy #16, Lloydminster

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Lloydminster Multiplex!

    Lloydminster Sports & Outdoors

    At present, the construction of the NEW LLOYDMINSTER CENTENNIAL MULTIPLEX FACILITY is nearing completion! Estimated construction completion is March of 2006. Yes, this is not yet a "Thing to Do." However, it should be ready to go soon!! (I forgot to check it this past weekend.... Will see what's up next visit.) This is what it's all about: The...


Fort Qu'Appelle

  • Echo Valley Provincial Park

    Fort Qu'Appelle Things to Do

    We didn't actually stay here, but dropped in for the lookout point at Valley campsite. We let the entry staff know of our plan, so we didn't have to pay the entry fee. There are lots of campgrounds and hiking trails though for those who have more time. And for those staying the night, I've read the lookout point is a great spot for watching the...

  • Place to be for breakfast, local and...

    Fort Qu'Appelle Restaurants

    Standard breakfast fare, good prices. Ordered poached eggs that arrived looking a little crispy, hmm...but it was all good. Staff was super-friendly and accomodating. Place was quite busy with a mix of locals and tourists. Good selection of breakfast items. They even made me a fresh pot of decaf.

  • Treaty Park

    Fort Qu'Appelle Things to Do

    Well, it's not much of a park...fenced-off piece of lawn more like with a statue in front. But it has great historical significance (which unfortunately many locals seem to have forgotten seeing as nobody seemed to know where it was!). The statue commemorates the signing of Treaty 4 by Chiefs of the Cree, Saulteaux, and Assiniboine First Nations in...


Old Wives Lake

  • Prime farm land - as far as the eye can...

    Old Wives Lake Local Customs

    This part of Saskatchewan was a bit different from the other parts I had driven through in that the landscape was continuously rolling with gentle hills. However, it was just like everywhere else in that there were numerous large farms spread several miles apart from each other as every square inch of soil was cultivated land. It was quite...

  • Stop for a look at some of the derelict...

    Old Wives Lake Things to Do

    At the end of my Old Wives Lake drive, after not even seeing the two 'ghost' towns of Lillestrom and Old Wives that were indicated on my map, I finally came to this old threshing machine beside Highway 363 where the turnoff to unsealed Highway 627 is located. I think it was left there as a handy landmark during poor weather conditions because this...

  • A derelict 'one-room' schoolhouse

    Old Wives Lake Things to Do

    Just down the highway past the Rosso Ranch, I came across this desolate building sitting alone atop one of the many knolls. It looked like it had endured a hard life, so I had to get out and take a few photos - wondering what its history had been. The brick chimney at its rear had begun to give way to the elements, as had the windows, siding and...



See all 15 Lumsden Tips
  • Snowmobiling in the winter

    Lumsden Things to Do

    Snowmobiles (or ski-doos) in the winter are almost as common in Canada as snorkelers in the Caribbean. The large fields, the winding frozen river, the sloping river bluffs and the vast expansive plains atop the valley all combine to give a great terrain for snowmobiling.Lots of locals both from Lumsden, Craven, Regina and other smaller communities...

  • Where the locals know your name

    Lumsden Nightlife

    There are only a couple of watering holes in Lumsden and Craven. They definitely are small town pubs, with no frills. They are the type of places where everyone known everyone. While they will welcome a stranger with a smile, they will know you are out of towners. One such place is the Craven Motor Inn. Dress code?! Seriously, anything goes.

  • Lumsden Historical Society Museum

    Lumsden Things to Do

    Open in the summer months, the Lumsden Museum has a series of old buildings, some of which are from the colonial day eras. There is also a display of farming machinery.


Waskesiu Lake

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  • Everything you could need

    Waskesiu Lake Shopping

    The shops in Waskesiu have everything you could need while you are on vacation/holiday. There is a bakery, general food shops, a deli, liquor store, restaurants, cafe and pharmacy. Everything in these shops are more expensive than what you would pay in a town or city. These are convenience shops.

  • Waskesiu beach

    Waskesiu Lake Things to Do

    This beach in Waskesiu is lovely. It's clean, has washroom and litter facilities, and is in the middle of Prince Albert National Park! In the summer, I'm told it get really busy. I enjoyed walking along the sand (even though it was October and windy and cold!). I could see the snow coming in over the lake and the changing colours of the fall leaves...

  • Enjoy the wildlife

    Waskesiu Lake Things to Do

    You don't have to search very hard to find the local wildlife.There are all kinds of birds in the sky, deer seeing what's going on and prairie chickens running around!It's important to remember when driving around Waskesiu and the rest of the National Park, that deer are rarely on their own, so if one is by the road - watch out for the others.The...


Willow Bunch

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  • Coronach - check out small town...

    Willow Bunch Things to Do

    It was 10:30 AM by the time I pulled into Coronach, with my gas tank getting low after 320 km of driving and me getting hungry since my breakfast of an orange with a yoghurt four and half hours earlier. This little community was actually one of the reasons I decided to explore this part of Saskatchewan, for reasons that will be explained in the...

  • The Willow Bunch Giant

    Willow Bunch Things to Do

    I still say if he was not wearing his elevator shoes I could probably take him! Actually, the reason I visited the museum in Willow Bunch was to have a closer look at their local giant - who I had never even heard of until I drove into town. Room #4 of the museum is dedicated to Edouard Beaupré, a local boy who grew to the amazing height of 8-ft...

  • The Willow Bunch Museum

    Willow Bunch Things to Do

    After wrapping up in the Coronach area, I continued west and then north on highway 36 to the small community of Willow Bunch, established as one of Saskatchewan's oldest settlements in the 1870s by a group of seventy-five Metis (French-speaking) families from Manitoba. They were fleeing from the increasing domination of English-speaking settlers as...



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  • Excellent Food

    Caronport Restaurants

    The recently renovated Pilgrim Restaurant is owned and operated by Briercrest Family of Schools, and seats up to 110 people, with an additional 20 seats in the family room. This "must visit" stop on the Trans Canada Highway has been featured in the Where to Eat in Canada guide since 1989. An historic photo gallery that depicts the first four...

  • Pilgrim Inn

    Caronport Hotels

    The price was very reasonable and the room was lovely. Free Parking, Non-smoking rooms, Cable TV,...

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Meadow Lake Provincial Park

Upper Foster Lake

  • I marvelled at the northern landscape

    Upper Foster Lake Things to Do

    It was great to travel by bushplane, so low to the ground that we had fantastic views of the rugged and beautiful terrain we were crossing. I had never seen so many lakes in all my life - stretching off to the horizon as far as one could see. The combination of green vegetation and the deep blue lakes was amazing as our Beaver droned along at its...

  • Work-horse of the North

    Upper Foster Lake Transportation

    The third aircraft we needed to use in order to reach Oneman Lake was this DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter. Realizing that they were on a roll with their earlier Beaver and Otter models, the company placed the Twin Otter into production in 1965 so they could achieve both increased safety and carrying capacity. With its two modern turbo-prop...

  • Fishing in a private northern lake

    Upper Foster Lake Things to Do

    We were there to fish and we certainly did plenty of that! The usual routine was to rise at about 6:30 AM, grab a few snacks and immediately head out on the water in our five outboard motorboats. Each boat headed off to whichever part of the lake they thought was best, based on our experiences this year and on previous history. This was followed by...



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  • Canada's longest pedestrian bridge

    Outlook Things to Do

    The small town of Outlook came about as a result of two Canadian Pacific Railway employees arriving there in late-August, 1908 and marvelling at the view they beheld across the South Saskatchewan River. Little more than a year later Outlook was a town and supplies to build a bridge across the river were rolling into the community. While the world's...

  • The 'old' highway bridge

    Outlook Things to Do

    The first time I drove through Outlook I did not even realize that Canada's longest pedestrian footbridge was located there - I was on a mission to get to Alberta to perform my weekend house-building tasks. However, because I have always loved bridges, I did stop to have a look at the old highway bridge that crosses the South Saskatchewan River...

  • Typical Saskatchewan country scenes

    Outlook Things to Do

    Although not as pretty a scene as you would encounter in the summer, with its green grass, golden fields and colourful flowers, I still had to stop and admire some of the many weather-beaten and decrepid buildings that kept coming into view as I drove along Highway 15 west of Outlook. This photo shows a typical conglomeration of old farm buildings...


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