Great Canadian Parks / Saskatchewan

Great Canadian Parks Saskatchewan
'from many peoples, strength'.

Saskatchewan is located in western Canada, a prairie province with vast grasslands, well-forested river systems and a wilderness north of hills, valleys, lakes and rivers. Tourists enjoy many outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and fishing. The parks preserve Canada's great boreal forest in the north and the delicate mixed grass prairie in the south, both home to a variety of plant and animal species.

Grasslands National Park

Two pockets of mixed grass prairie on the Montana/Saskatchewan border, left relatively undisturbed, have been designated Grasslands National Park. Learn more in Grasslands National Park

Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park is located 200 kilometres north of Saskatoon close to the centre of the province of Saskatchewan. Learn more in Prince Albert National Park