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Saskatoon Attractions

Aboriginal and First Nations | Accommodations | Festivals | Galleries | Golf | Museums | Parks and Nature | Shopping | Theatres and Movies | University

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.

Aboriginal and First Nations

Accommodations

Festivals

Galleries

Golf

Museums

Parks and Nature

  • 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 field trips

Shopping

Theatres, Concerts and Movies

University of Saskatchewan

Memorial Gates on 
Campus



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