|Parks - Natural and
Prince Albert National Park - Saskatchewan's
first national park was home to the naturalist and writer
Fort Walsh - The historic fort
in Cypress Hills where the RCMP worked to tame the West.
Lodgepole Legacy - Cypress
Hills Interprovincial Park has been attracting visitors for thousands
Meadow Lake - Twenty-five clear
lakes and plenty of campgrounds and resorts make this one of the
province's most popular provincial parks.
Majestic Madge - Duck Mountain
Provincial Park, featuring beautiful Madge Lake, is a great spot
for golfers and campers.
Greenwater Park - The kids will
love the great beach and wonderful playgrounds in this provincial
park. You will too.
Narrow Hills - This rugged,
rolling, near-wilderness park offers a straight-up outdoor experience
for backpackers, trout anglers and campers. Nice little beach, too.
Makwa Lake Park - A compact,
off-the-beaten-path provincial park featuring five lakes, three
beaches, three campgrounds and a pretty nine-hole golf course.
Batoche - This national historic
site commemorates the Metis struggle for recognition and how it
led in 1885 to the Battle of Batoche.
Trading in Fur - A visit to
Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park is a journey back to the days
when the fur-trade ruled the North West.
Douglas Park - The park features
a huge man-man lake, endless natural beaches and a very sandy secret.
La Ronge - Saskatchewan's largest
park encompasses thousands of lakes, islands and streams in the
rugged grandeur of the Canadian Shield.
the Lake - Beautiful sandy beaches, forests flush with wildlife
and a legend about lights on the lake are some of Candle's inviting
Park - It was a popular vacation spot before Saskatchewan was
a province. 'Kenosee' has a long tradition of summer fun.
- Here's great camping in a recreational park noted for boating,
fishing, skiing, swimming, beach volleyball, great sunsets and a
beautiful golf course.
- Some of the most dramatic events associated with the uprising
of 1885 occurred in Battleford and the surrounding region. This
national historic site puts them into context.
Grasslands National Park - A mix of uplands,
badlands and big skies, Grasslands preserves the plants, birds, animals and
cultural resources of the untamed prairie.
Prairie Gentry - Cannington Manor was a fascinating but unsuccessful effort to launch a Victorian community on the prairies of what's now Saskatchewan.
Wild Woods - Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Wilderness Park is the most accessible wilderness park in Saskatchewan. That hasn't spoiled the experience.
True Gems - Jade, Diamond, Opal, Sapphire and Pearl lakes glitter under the sun in a quiet corner of Narrow Hills Provincial Park. The tiny, deep and tightly-grouped Gem Lakes offer great hiking and, apparently, pretty decent trout fishing, too.
Baker's Coulee - The Red Coat Trail in southwest Saskatchewan cuts through arid countryside between Shaunavon and Eastend. But 10 minutes north of the road lies one of the prettiest regional parks in Saskatchewan, and memories of the extraordinary man who developed it.
Top 10 Beach - The beach at Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park is rated one of the top 10 in Canada. It's no wonder.
Magnetic North - Northern Saskatchewan seldom fails to delight and surprise. That why places like Lac la Ronge Provincial Park tug us back again and again.
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