From incredible parks to historic sites, Saskatchewan has so much to offer. Whether you're a nature lover, a history buff, or just looking for an adventure, you can enjoy a wealth of activities and attractions in the land of the living skies!

And what better season to explore the beauty of Saskatchewan than springtime? With spring finally here, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Below are the top 35 things to do in Saskatchewan this spring:

  1. Visit the Wascana Centre in Regina and stroll through its beautiful gardens and walking paths.
  2. Rent a pontoon boat and check out Regina’s Willow Island, which will be open for only a few months starting in May.
  3. Take a trip to Batoche National Historic Site and journey back to the 19th century to learn about Métis history, culture, and life.
  4. Explore the stunning Grasslands National Park in the southern part of the province and see the sharp-tailed grouse (Saskatchewan’s provincial bird) come out to dance.
  5. Stay up late and head over to the Grasslands National Park Dark Sky Preserve to get an undisturbed view of the starry night sky.
    the milky way vibrantly shines over a row of pine trees and a shooting star streams across the sky
  6. Head to the Moose Jaw Tunnels to learn about the city's history and its role in prohibition.
  7. Visit the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina to learn about the natural and cultural history of the province.
  8. Take a scenic drive to the town of Wolseley and see its beautiful suspension bridge.
  9. Visit the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina to reflect on the history of Canada's best-known policing force.
  10. Take a walk through the beautiful Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park and see stunning views of the prairies.
  11. Access the ‘Hidden’ Conglomerate Cliffs from the Trans Canada Trail. Keep in mind, however, that these cliffs cannot be accessed when the ground is wet.
  12. Wanna see some sand dunes? Head to the Great Sandhills in southwestern Saskatchewan for a unique and breathtaking experience.
  13. Go fishing at Lake Diefenbaker or any of the other beautiful lakes in the province.
  14. Visit the Queen City and tour the Saskatchewan Legislative Building.
  15. Explore the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre in Saskatoon to learn about the province's Indigenous communities.
  16. Go birdwatching at Buffalo Pound Park and see grebes, ducks, pelicans, and many other woodland and water birds.
  17. Hike through the boreal forests in Prince Albert National Park.
  18. Visit the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon to learn about the social and economic development of the province.
  19. Visit the Beaver Creek Conservation Area and hike scenic trails near Saskatoon.
    a hiker in a tee shirt and fishing hat pauses on a hiking trail to take in the scenery
  20. Take a drive along the Qu'Appelle Valley and visit Lebret’s Hilltop Memorial Chapel.
  21. Explore the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a sacred Indigenous site known for highlighting the sacred relationship between land, animals, and people.
  22. See the Saskatchewan Roughriders play at Mosaic Stadium in Regina.
  23. Have a picnic in the beautiful Pike Lake Provincial Park and enjoy the view of its lush lawns shaded by aspen, ash and birch trees.
  24. If you’re up for a joy ride, you may take a long drive down the Red Coat Trail.
  25. Have some family fun and experience farm life at the Grotto Gardens, located south of Maple Creek.
  26. Visit the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site and learn about early 20th-century industrialism at the Interpretive Centre, where you can view a video of the workings of the plant, as well as eat a delicious meal at the Bunkhouse Cafe.
  27. Hike​ the Massold Clay Canyons.
  28. Take a long walk around Wascana Lake and savour the fresh air.
  29. Head on over to the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina.
  30. Tour the Diefenbaker Homestead and soak up the history of the former Prime Minister’s birthplace.
  31. Go on a guided horseback trail ride through the stunning landscapes of the Cypress Hills.
  32. Head to Saskatoon and kayak down the scenic South Saskatchewan River.
    A west facing view of Saskatoons skyline in the early evening the south saskatchewan river is calm and reflects the skyline above
  33. Play golf at the Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.
  34. Pick up some jewelry, accessories, and crystals in Saskatoon and Regina at the spring Rock N’ Gem Show, where specimens, home decor, fossils, beads, jewelry, and so much more will be on display and sale.
  35. Visit the Nutrien Playland and enjoy fun carnival-style rides for all ages. Don’t forget to experience riding a replica modern-day freight train while you’re at the park!

Bottom Line

These are just a handful of the many fun and exciting activities that you can enjoy in Saskatchewan this spring. Whether you're a history buff, an outdoor enthusiast, or just looking for family fun, there is something in Saskatchewan for everyone. Start planning your spring and summer activities now and enjoy all that this beautiful province has to offer.

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