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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is city nestled on the banks of the South Saskatchewan river.
There is lots to see and explore.
Learn about Saskatchewan - it's special locales,
history and colorful characters by reading the Virtual Saskatchewan - on-line magazine.
Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Beaver
Creek contains one of the few uncultivated short-grass prairie sites
in Saskatchewan. An interpretive centre and staff provide
opportunities for family and friends to discover nature.
Meewasin Valley - The Meewasin Valley Trail
follows the South Saskatchewan River through the heart of Saskatoon, offering year-round
recreation and sightseeing opportunities for everyone.
Cranberry Flats Conservation Area -
agreat place for a hike
and picnic - beautiful views of the river
Poplar Bluffs Canoe Launch - is a
beautiful area to launch a canoe for a 3 hour paddle to Saskatoon. Along
the way look for birds, animals and other natural wonders. You will be
amazed at what you see. Pick up an EcoCanoe Tour Guide.
Saskatoon Natural Grasslands -
is a unique urban park that shelters nearly 200 species of plants and a variety of
native birds and animals. The site is also home to over 25 kinds of butterflies.
Saskatoon Nature Society - check out their upcoming
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