Cool things to do in Saskatchewan

Escape the hustle and bustle for a land of big sky and bigger hearts. What’s on your list of favourite things to see and do in the prairies?

Having cancer taught me to embrace the many incredible experiences life has to offer. Inspired by my journey, I started Badge of Awesome Communities to share ideas for adventure in destinations around the world — and invite others to do the same. Explore the featured attractions below, see what others are saying in the comments, and add your own favourite things to see and do in Saskatchewan to the growing collection!

Life is short. Let’s inspire each other to get off the couch and make the most of it.

Featured Attractions

AA Paintball

Get your adrenaline going with some paintball action in the forests of Saskatchewan

Grotto Gardens

Goat yoga. Saskatoon-berry pastries. Bannock and tepee teachings. Find them all (and so much more) at this family fun farm!

Waters Edge Eco Lodge

Enjoy rejuvenation, adventure and nature’s beauty in a luxurious lakefront lodge or cottage

District 3 Escape Rooms

Can you and your team find the clues and solve the puzzles you need to escape from the cabin, haunted house and other ingeniously desgined rooms?

La Reata Ranch

Experience the cowboy way of life under the endless sky of the Canadian Prairies

7 thoughts on “Cool things to do in Saskatchewan

  1. Josh Martin says:

    What’s on your list of favourite things to see and do in Saskatchewan? Add them to the comments below, and be sure to check out what our featured attractions have to offer!

    AA Paintball – http://www.aapaintballindianhead.ca/
    Grotto Gardens – http://grottogardens.ca/
    Waters Edge Eco Lodge – http://www.watersedgeecolodge.ca/
    Forest House Wilderness Lodge – http://www.foresthouse.ca/
    District 3 Escape Rooms – http://district3.ca/
    La Reata Ranch – http://www.lareataranch.com/

  2. Colin says:

    If you are interested in native history, the pictographs in Churchill River are very cool to see. You can only get to them by water and they offer a fascinating window into the past.

  3. Elsie88 says:

    Crooked Bush! Up near Hafford is this odd collection of twisty and bendy trees that you can walk through along a boardwalk. Very unique!!

  4. Gia Chugh says:

    – big, colourful skies
    – the Athabasca Sand Dunes
    – Big Buffalo Beach
    – Lake Diefenbaker
    – canoeing on Churchill River

  5. Paul & Marie says:

    1. Regina has some lovely art galleries (like the MacKenzie Gallery)
    2. The Happy Hallow corn maze is fun for the kids (and adults too!)
    3. The Holy Rosary Cathedral is also a beautiful spot

  6. Beau M says:

    – picking Saskatoon berries
    – eating Saskatoon berry pies
    – The Odd Couple restaurant in Saskatoon
    – The beautiful Cyprus Hills

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