South

Sand dunes that cover 1,900 sq. km. The highest geographical point in the province. A lake with more than 800 km of shoreline. Eighty golf courses and 1,000 holes. From Maple Creek in the west to Carlyle in the east, the South is as varied as its landscape. From dinosaurs, bison and dude ranches to art galleries and spas, Southern Saskatchewan boasts a wealth of must sees and dos. 

Here is a selection from around the area:

Historic Reesor Ranch* - Cypress Hills Area

Tunnels of Moose Jaw/Temple Gardens Mineral Spa - Moose Jaw

Grasslands National Park - Val Marie

Southern Prairie Railway - Ogema

Big Muddy Badlands - Coronach

La Reata Ranch* - Kyle

Fort Walsh National Historic Site - Cypress Hills Area

Cypress Hills Eco-Adventures (ziplining) - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

 

*Destination Canada Canadian Signature Experiences Collection