Experience Southern Saskatchewan

Home to the province's capital city, Regina, the prairies of Southern Saskatchewan are home to the majority of the standing population. It's also an exciting home to a diverse set of recreational, cultural and historical attractions.  It hosts more than 730 square miles of dunes, 70 golf courses and museums that explore the province's historical and cultural past.

In Regina, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum's exhibits on Canada's Aboriginal peoples is a "must add" to any itinerary. Art lovers will want to investigate the MacKenzie Art Gallery and fans of world-class theater should book their tickets now for the latest Globe Theatre production. You can visit the Government House Museum and Heritage Museum, and enjoy tours of the 1891 home of the one-time Lieutenant Governor. Sports fans can cheer on the Canadian Football League Roughriders at the Mosaic Stadium, as well as hockey at the Credit Union iPlex.

Stargazers caravan to Cypress Hill Interprovincial Park and adventurers take turns rolling down the dunes at Great Sand Hills or Douglas Provincial Park. Lake Diefenbaker boasts nearly 500 miles of shoreline, while snowmobile trails in Qu'Appelle Valley and snowboard runs at Mission Ridge Winter Park are also popular draws. 


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