Central

A birding mecca with millions of waterfowl flocking to the area annually. World-record walleye and endless angling opportunities. The heart of First Nations and Métis history and culture. From Lloydminster in the west to Yorkton in the east, the stunning transformation from prairie to boreal forest showcases nature in its grandest form. From fur trading posts to performing arts to healing waters and multicultural heritage, Central Saskatchewan has an exciting mix of must sees and dos. 

Here is a selection: 

Little Manitou Lake/Danceland - Manitou Beach

Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area - Simpson

Batoche National Historic Site - Batoche

Fort Carlton Provincial Park - Duck Lake