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Thinking of Saskatchewan brings to mind Western culture and history, as well as the outdoors. Your Saskatchewan vacation rental could be in a boreal forest or in a progressive area. Book it while you have on your adventure hat! Browse the Saskatchewan vacation rentals found here, and take your pick.

Saskatchewan Getaways

How can you take in everything that Saskatchewan has to offer at one time? You may want to consider planning a getaway trip to focus in on a theme for your vacation. Take in Western city life with a city adventures vacation; Regina and Saskatoon have plenty to offer. Maybe you are looking for outdoor adventures; Saskatchewan provides year-round enjoyment on the snowmobile trails to some of the finest fishing around. Certainly you can golf around Saskatchewan at a variety of course difficulty levels. Perhaps just soaking in a spa, or dipping in a lake will suit your fancy. All this and more can be waiting for you in Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan home rentals are great for those who love an upredictable day.

Saskatchewan Vacation Spots

Northern Saskatchewan boasts of its tourist attraction level. Why not, since the terrain naturally leads to boatloads of activity? Winter is certainly an important season, with as much cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, and ice fishing that you can handle. Summer brings out the best in water sports, with fishing being a top priority, but not forgetting the golf opportunities on land. Relax at a spa, in a hot tub, or in front of a cozy fireplace setting. Prince Albert is an excellent choice to start your vacation.

East Central Saskatchewan holds an interesting blend of the outdoors, and history. For a world-class mineral spa experience, visit Manitou Springs Resort. Churches in the region are reminiscent of grand European-style churches in their paintings. Hunting for big game and birds is popular here, the fishing often produces large-sized catches, and bird and wildlife watching is also prominent. You can feel the west here in both a traditional pow wow and a wild rodeo. For winter, try your skill at snowmobile riding.

West Central Saskatchewan tells stories in the river-based landscape, and at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park. At the Heritage Park , some 6,000 years of history of the Plains Indians are recounted with puppet shows, storytellers, and much more. Guided horseback riding can be a selected activity of yours here, or you may want to be a spectator at a greyhound or gopher race.

A varied landscape covers Southeast Saskatchewan, from high country and forests to a valley of lakes. Qu’Appelle Valley is not to be missed, reaching across the southeast region with a hilly terrain. With both an agricultural and energy producing economy, farmlands and oil pumpjacks may be sitting side by side, and you might want to tour a coal mine. Go ahead…try some golf at one of the over 60 courses available in southeast…indulge yourself!

Southwest Saskatchewan contains times past such as the Old West and the Outlaw Caves, used by notorious people like Butch Cassidy and Sam Kelly to hide. The Fort Walsh Historic Site remembers the Cypress Hills Massacre, resulting from an unfortunate misunderstanding about a horse that was missing, and the organization of the North West Mounted Police. Get outdoors with a round or two of golf around the shores of Lake Diefenbaker.

Regina’s architecture can be quite innovative: the irregularly-shaped McCallum Towers stand out, and the wave-shaped SaskPower Building is an example of progress. Another unique and popular place to visit is the RCMP Depot, where mounted federal police officers are trained, and the associated RCMP Centennial Museum. Make sure to have rested feet before attempting the 24-block area of Market Square, offering over 700 stores, services, etc. There’s even more to do in this city of 200,000!

Lots of sun can be found in Saskatoon, the largest city of Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan maintains its western feel; you’ll see cowboy hats around. Its university, the University of Saskatchewan, is a well-known bioscience research center. The Western Development Museum has a fascinating replica of life in a prairie town called Boomtown 1910. The edges of the South Saskatchewan River are lined with parks here, offering activities as simple as biking.

If you think Saskatchewan home rentals are hard to come by, then you probably have not really considered booking one! Saskatchewan rentals, among other Canadian homes, are available for you to stay in and all you have to do is inquire.

So stick to Saskatchewan rentals -- not hotels. 

Sites and tours to see

Batoche National Historic Site
Outlaw Caves
Fort Walsh Historic Site
Athabasca Sand Dunes
Roche Percee
Boomtown 1910
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Depot & Museum
Waneuskewin Heritage Museum
Wheat sculpture in Sceptre
Giant tomahawk in Cut Knife
Outdoor murals in Duck Lake
Outdoor murals in Moose Jaw
St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church