Located in the heart of Canada’s west, Saskatchewan has 100,000 lakes and rivers, and more than..Prince Albert National Park Information
Prince Albert National Park of Canada is one of Saskatchewan’s most popular four-season..Regina Information
The capital city of Saskatchewan is a wonderful place to visit! Home of one of North America’s..Waskesiu Lake Information
The picturesque resort community of Waskesiu is located on the eastern shore of Lake Waskesiu in..Grasslands National Park of Canada Info
Grasslands National Park of Canada, located in southwest Saskatchewan, is a prairie sanctuary where..Saskatoon Information
The city of Saskatoon is another gem in the heart of Saskatchewan. Back in 1882 the founders of..Eastend Information
The ruggedly beautiful Frenchman River Valley near Eastend in the southwest corner of the province..Nipawin Information
Fishing anyone? Where else can you experience ice fishing in the middle of a secluded frozen lake..Moose Jaw Information
Just outside of Regina, you’ll find the "Friendly City" of Moose Jaw, with everything you need in..Elbow Information
A man-made wonder created by the construction of the Gardiner and Qu'Appelle Valley Dams in the..Fort Walsh National Historic Site Info
The Fort Walsh and Cypress Hills Massacre National Historic Sites are located 55 km southwest of..See all locations in Saskatchewan
The stunning Qu’Appelle Valley in southern Saskatchewan runs west to east, and was carved out by melt waters as the last glaciers receded. Rolling hills, ravines and lakes punctuate the valley, and the area is resplendent with golden colors in the autumn.
The Valley’s lakes are dotted with cabins and the area is a popular destination for recreation. Excellent fishing, boating, camping and golf opportunities abound. Several scenic communities are nestled in the Valley and are worth exploring.
Stroll through the quaint shops in Lumsden, or sample the area’s local bounty at a market garden. Take a tour with Over the Hill Orchards who grow a variety of cherry adapted to Saskatchewan’s climate, and sample some of their delectable products.
The historic town of Fort Qu’Appelle is located in the middle of a four lake chain called the Calling Lakes. Stop into the Fort Qu’Appelle Museum, located in an original 1879 Hudson’s Bay Company post, to learn more about the rich First Nations and settlement history of the area. Katepwa Point and Echo Valley Provincial Parks are located nearby.