An hour’s south of Regina in Ogema is Saskatchewan’s only full-sized tourist railway, with special departures to farm markets and historical attractions, and occasional full costumed train robberies. And then there’s the pizza…
At the Wyant Group Raceway, bucket listers have the opportunity to suit up, slip into the crash cage of a stock car, and roar around a professional NASCAR track. Anyone feeling the need for speed?
Little Manitou, located near Watrous, has a mineral density three-times saltier than the ocean. The salt enables swimmers to effortlessly float on their backs, just like in the Dead Sea.
Canada produces an astonishing 90% of the world’s mustard seed, and almost 80% of that is grown on the prairies of Saskatchewan. Regina’s annual Great Saskatchewan Mustard Festival celebrates the mighty seeds that have given so much to your favourite dishes around the world.
Adjacent to the Depot is the Arthur Erickson-designed RCMP Heritage Centre, allowing visitors to discover the rich history of one of Canada’s most recognizable and endearing symbols.
Whether you’re into football or not, head down to Mosaic Stadium on a home fixture to experience Rider Nation, the green, watermelon-infused passion that sweeps the province like a six-month carnival.
Prince Albert National Park is home to the last remaining Plains bison still roaming in their natural range. The best way to discover this sweeping landscape of prairie, parkland and boreal forest is on horseback.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a National Historic Site located on land with 6000 years of aboriginal history, is designed to help visitors and locals understand First Nation culture, history and tradition.