Things To Do

Geocaching

“Geocaching is a real-world, free, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.” (Geocaching.com)

Geocaching is happening right now all around the globe. There are currently 2,466,229 active geocaches and over 6 million geocachers worldwide. Saskatchewan currently has 5774 active geocach locations!

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Saskatchewan Trails

Check out one of Saskatchewan’s many beautiful nature trails, including trails for walking, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, ATVs, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

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Parks

National Parks

Saskatchewan has two national parks: Prince Albert National Park of Canada, in the north central region of the province, and Grasslands National Park of Canada in the southwest.

Check out Tourism Saskatchewan’s National Parks webpage for more information.

Big Castle Butte, Grasslands National Park

Provincial Parks

Saskatchewan has 34 provincial parks in four categories: wilderness, recreational, natural environment and historic parks. Each park showcases specific natural features and offers a range of recreation and education opportunities.

Check out Tourism Saskatchewan’s Provincial Parks webpage or SaskParks (Facebook) for more information.

Cypress Hills Provincial Park

Regional Parks

Saskatchewan is home to nearly 100 regional parks, all designed, developed, and built by local communities. They not only reflect the strong community pride you’ll find all across Saskatchewan, they also provide many recreational opportunities for locals and visitors alike.

Check out Tourism Saskatchewan’s Regional Parks webpage or Sask Regional Parks for more information.

Teepee at Prince Albert National Park

Urban Parks

Tourism Saskatchewan operates a webpage dedicated to the many Saskatchewan cities with beautiful urban parks including Swift Current, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Regina, Weyburn, North Battleford and Prince Albert.

Check out Tourism Saskatchewan’s Urban Parks webpage or the Association of Saskatchewan Urban Parks and Conservation Agencies (ASUPCA).

Meewasin Valley, Saskatoon

 

 

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