Southeast Saskatchewan\'s Good Spirit Lake features one of the \"child friendliest\" beaches in the province.
Variety of parks can be found all over the province.
The Great Sand Hills region is one of the most surprising and delightful places in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada.
The province\'s largest city, Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan contains two major natural regions: the Canadian Shield in the north and the Interior Plains in the south.
Total Area: 588,276.09 sq km (227,100 sq mi).
The province\'s highest point at 1,468 meters (4,816 ft) is located in the Cypress Hills.
The lowest point is the shore of Lake Athabasca, at 213 metres (700 ft).
Saskatchewan is also home to many other impressive sights and attractions including the Saskatchewan Provincial Legislative Building in Regina.
West of Regina is the city of Moose Jaw famous for its underground tunnels.
During the summer months you can float weightless in Little Manitou Lake in south central Saskatchewan.
Mid Spring or near the end of spring
Passenger rail service in the province is The Canadian, Via Rail\'s transcontinental service linking Toronto with Vancouver. Within Saskatchewan The Canadian calls at Melville, Watrous, Saskatoon, Biggar and Unity stations.
The early survey system for homesteading provided for townships which were six miles square (36 sq mi/93 km2).
The infamous highways in Saskatchewan are the Trans Canada expressway, Yellowhead Highway northern Trans Canada route, Louis Riel Trail, CanAm Highway, Red Coat Trail , Northern Woods and Water route, and Saskota travel route.
Urban, suburban, and inter-urban transport includes electric trolleys, electric railway, motor buses, and motor coach.
There are currently twelve ferry services operating in the province, all under the jurisdiction of the Department of Highways.
Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, is an international airport located 3 NM (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) northwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are the province\'s only major professional sports franchise, and are extremely popular across Saskatchewan.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is one of the most recognized police forces in the world.
Fishing at Boundary Dam Reservoir is an experience you will not have any other place in Canada located in the southeast region.
Prince Albert National Park is a 3,875 square kilometer park established in 1927.
The park offers wonderful camping, hiking, canoeing and fishing.