Saskatchewan is a Canadian province that borders the United States to the south. Grassland covers its southern plains, and to the north are the rugged rock of the Canadian Shield plateau, coniferous forests, rivers and lakes. Regina, the provincial capital, is home to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, with exhibits on natural history and the people of Canada’s First Nations.
Sightseeing in Saskatchewan 🇨🇦:-
- Grasslands National Park
- Prince Albert National Park
- Wanuskewin Heritage Park
- Royal Saskatchewan
- Wascana Centre
- Tunnels Of Moose Jaw
- Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo
- RCMP Heritage Centre
- Saskatchewan Science Centre
- Fort Walsh National Historic Site
- Wanuskewin Heritage Park
- Tunnels Of Moose Jaw
- Wascana Centre
- Saskatchewan Legislative Building
- Wascana Drive
- Casino Regina Show Lounge
- Pike Lake Provincial Park
- Remai Modern
- MacKenzie Art Gallery
- Government House 🏡
- Table Mountain Regional Park
- Mission Ridge Winter Park
- Dakota Dunes Casino
- Good Spirit Lake
- Fort Carlton
- Emma Lake
- Wapiti Valley Ski Resort
- Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
- T.rex Discovery Centre
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Prince Albert National Park
Prince Albert national park is located in Saskatchewan.Prince Albert National Park is a gently undulating landscape of spruce bogs, large lakes, and aspen-dotted uplands. First Nations people have lived here for thousands of years, and there is archaeological evidence that in severe winters, tribes from the prairies moved north to these sheltered woodlands, intermingling with the people who lived here.
The park’s creatures vary according to habitat, with Canada’s second largest colony of white pelican at Lavallée Lake, a roaming herd of Sturgeon River Plains Bison, plus moose, wolf, black bear, fox, lynx, caribou, and eagles in the northern forests, and elk, deer, badger, coyote, and squirrel in the parkland in the south. Grey Owl, a colorful and controversial naturalist of the 1930s, lived in this park for seven years in a small log cabin called “Beaver Lodge” on Ajawaan Lake. The author’s popular books tell of his love for the wilderness, threatened by the advance of civilization. His cabin can be reached by boat or canoe across Kingsmere Lake, or by a 20-kilometer trail from the south end of the lake.
Official site: http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/sk/princealbert/index.aspx
Fort Walsh National Historic Site
Fort Walsh National Historic site is located in Saskatchewan.Fort Walsh National Historic Site was established in 1875 under the direction of James Walsh. It was intended to stop the illegal whisky trade and became one of the most important posts in the West. During its life, the fort negotiated with the whisky traders, the native peoples, and the thousands of Sioux warriors who sought refuge in Canada after clashes with the U.S. cavalry. Following the building of the railway and the return of the Sioux people to the USA, the fort was dismantled and left. In 1942, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police acquired the land and built a ranch on which to breed horses. When the RCMP transferred to Ontario, the estate became a national historic site with a comprehensive reconstruction program.
Official site: http://www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/sk/walsh/index.aspx
RCMP Heritage Centre
RCMP Heritage centre is located in Saskatchewan.The RCMP Heritage Centre is the largest of its kind in Canada, with displays of equipment, weapons, photographs, and more. Both the Sergeant Major’s Parade (held in the Parade Square, alternately in the Drill Hall in winter or bad weather) and the Sunset Retreat (summer) attract large crowds. The latter is a colorful flag ceremony involving a parade of recruits and a marching band, harking back to the tattoos of 18th and 19th century British military tradition.
Address: 5907 Dewdney Ave, Regina
Official site: http://www.rcmpheritagecentre.com/
Regina is located in Saskatchewan.A cosmopolitan commercial and cultural center, Regina is the setting for many government and provincial institutions. It enjoys economic prosperity, and boasts a number of arts and heritage attractions including the illuminating Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Mackenzie Art Gallery near the parklands of Wascana Centre around Wascana Lake. Parades and other military-tattoo-like events are a popular feature at the city’s RCMP Heritage Centre.
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Batoche National Historic Site
Batoche national Historic site is Located in Saskatchewan Batoche was the headquarters of the famous Métis, Louis Riel, during the 1885 Northwest Rebellion. It is also where the rebellion finally came to an end, following a decisive battle.
Displays illustrate the way of life of the Métis, events leading up to the rebellion, and the battle of May 1885. The presbytery, still showing shell and bullet-holes from the battle, and the Church of St. Antoine de Padoue (1883-84) are now excellent museums. The graves of Dumont and Letendre and a mass grave of fallen Métis can be found in the churchyard.
Official site: http://www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/sk/batoche/index.aspx
Trans Canada highway is on the way of Saskatchewan.Following the Trans-Canada Highway as it runs across the prairies and wheat fields of southern Saskatchewan, visitors can see a substantial part of the province. It is best to start from the province’s southeast border with Manitoba, and drive east-to-west along the Highway (which passes through the capital, Regina, and the town of Swift Current). Detours can then be made either north or south to visit the many places of interest (Moose Mountain Provincial Park, Qu’Appelle Valley, Cypress Hills Provincial Park, etc.). Plenty of opportunities for swimming, fishing, and hunting will be found along the way.
The highest point in Saskatchewan is in Cypress Hills, a vast tract of land in the province’s southwest. The region encompasses premier outdoor attractions, including an inter-provincial park that straddles the Alberta-Saskatchewan border and Grasslands National Park, near the U.S. border. Though prehistoric sites in the Drumheller area of Alberta are better known, Saskatchewan’s Eastend is home to the T.rex Discovery Centre and its full-size skeleton replicas.
Fort Carlton Provincial Park
Fort Carlton is located in Saskatchewan Fort Carlton was originally built as an outpost in 1820 to provide river patrols and provisions for fur traders. Visitors can take a canoe tour in summer, or wander the grounds to see the reconstructed fort, a Cree village, displays of hides, and various supplies.
Moose Jaw is Located in Saskatchewan The “friendly city” of Moose Jaw sits at the meeting of the Moose Jaw River and Thunder Creek. The Tunnels of Moose Jaw remain from the days of the first Chinese immigrants. Today, costumed guides recreate characters from Moose Jaw history here. Another branch of Saskatchewan’s Western Development Museums is located in Moose Jaw, focusing on the history of Prairie transportation. Other museums are in Saskatoon, North Battleford, and Yorkton.
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Extending along the Qu’Appelle River is a beautiful, steep-sided valley, carved out of the gently undulating prairie by glacial waters. It is a rich garden-style landscape with eight lakes strung out along the valley, from Buffalo Pound (where there is a provincial park) in the west, to Echo Valley Provincial Park near Fort Qu’Appelle and Round and Crooked Lake further east. There are several scenic parks and little townships along this lovely stretch.
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