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Hidden gems, gorgeous horizons, quaint small towns and more are waiting to be rediscovered on a Saskatchewan road trip. When your business is getting away, our business is you.

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Paris of the Prairies

Dubbed the “Paris of the Prairies” due to the eight soaring bridges that cross over the South Saskatchewan River connecting the east and west sides of the city, Saskatoon is the largest city in the province and also one of the most vibrant. With a mix of confident urban splendour and lush nature, Saskatoon offers both rich culture and downhome Western Canadian charm. 


The Queen City

The capital of the province, Regina is a historic city rich with art galleries, museums, and lush greenery. The downtown core is defined by the Wascana Centre, a central park and urban lake created by the damming of the Wascana Creek in 1883. With crystal clear waters and manicured parkland, the Wascana Centre is an oasis of calm in the middle of the great plains. It’s also home to a number of must-see attractions including the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, and the Saskatchewan Legislative building.  

Moose Jaw

Canada's Most Notorious City

An hour west of Regina, Moose Jaw is a quaint, small city nestled in the heartland of Saskatchewan. Despite its pleasant environs, Moose Jaw bills itself as “Canada’s Most Notorious City” due to its connection to American crime boss Al Capone who allegedly used the city’s dense network of utility tunnels as part of his Prohibition-era smuggling operations. Today, visitors can explore the Moose Jaw tunnels on guided tours, learning more about Canada’s connection to the illegal liquor trade.

Northern Saskatchewan

Outdoor Adventures Await

A land of boreal forests and untouched wildlife, northern Saskatchewan offers vast untamed wilderness to explore. The gateway to northern Saskatchewan, Prince Albert is a thriving city on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. Originally a fur trading post, the city offers access to a variety of scenic trails and nearby Fort Carlton, a National Historic Site of Canada. Located in the far north and only accessible by float plane, the Athabasca Sand Dunes are an active desert with sand dunes that rise as high as 30 meters in the air. These shifting sands on the shores of Lake Athabasca were formed 8,000 years ago through forces of glacial recession, this unique provincial park is truly one of the hidden wonders of Canada.


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