Discover Central Saskatchewan

Central Saskatchewan is not only home to the province's largest city, Saskatoon, but it's also known for its wide array of attractions. Its striking beauty and abundant resources first attracted First Nations people more than 6,000 years ago.

Nature lovers appreciate the 50 miles of paths in the Meewasin Valley Trail. Anglers and birdwatchers flock to the area, as do skiers who enjoy the many hills and cross-country trails. Test your swing at championship-level golf courses or zip line through the trees at the Blue Mountain Adventure Park.

Saskatoon draws visitors to the shops and trendy eateries of the Broadway District, theater lovers to see world-class performances and students and researchers to the University of Saskatchewan. You can catch Western Major Baseball League games at Jubilee Park, watch the Saskatoon Blades take the ice, or cheer on the Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club.

Explore the lives of the region's early settlers at the Western Development Museum and watch the days of the fur trade come alive at the Fort Carlton Provincial Park. The museums of Prince Albert are a must for any history buff. And if you visit in August, you may just catch the famous Macklin World Bunnock Championship Challenge.  


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