Skiing in LLOYDMINSTER with kids

Grasslands, farms, forest…and FUN! Saskatchewan is an incredible place with so much character – it’s the badlands of Canada.

And yes – with badlands of course comes  both history…and DINOSAURS! The T Rex Discovery Center is a great way for kids to get their dino fix, whilst the province is home to so many other great museums like the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Saskatchewan Science Center.

What’s that sound? Only the incredible wilderness calling you! From Grasslands National Park with hikes and wildlife, to the activity filled provincial parks like Blackstrap and Buffalo Pound, the Saskatchewan outdoors couldn’t get any better for a family getaway.

Those active kids still want more? Good thing you’re in Saskatchewan! In true badlands style, there are ranches a-plenty such as Beaver Creek Ranch and Willow Creek Guest Ranch.  There are also amazing adventure centers such as Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Center with zip lines, paintball and skiing!

Did we mention Saskatchewan is also home to the sunniest town in Canada – it keeps getting better!

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  • Border City Petting Zoo

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    Lloydminster

    The Zoo is open from May 1 - September 30. We welcome individuals and groups to see the zoo. Group rates available upon request.

  • Frenchman Butte Museum

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    (27 miles) Frenchman Butte

    Each summer more than 2,000 visitors tour the Frenchman Butte Museum site, snuggled into the center of this picturesque hamlet which lies in the valley of the North Saskatchewan River less than an ...

  • Bronson Forest Recreation Site

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    (62 miles) Loon Lake

    Bronson Forest Recreation Site encompasses at total area of 15,540 hectares. Within the site, there are several lakes including Peck, Little Fishing, Moonshine, Bronson, Round and North. The Red ...

  • Makwa Lake Provincial Park

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    (62 miles) Loon Lake

    Picture yourself sitting beside the campfire on a breezeless evening just after sunset. It's completely quiet, except for the odd crackle from the fire. And then out of the distance comes that ...

  • The Battlefords Provincial Park

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    (70 miles) Cochin

    The Battlefords Provincial Park is your destination for a camping experience with a difference. Immerse yourself in nature, enjoying the slow pace of a day at the beach or on the water. Play a round ...

  • Clearwater River Provincial Park

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    (87 miles) Meadow Lake

    Encompassing much of the Clearwater River, Clearwater River Provincial Park is designated a Canadian Heritage River in 1986 for its cultural and historic significance.

  • Meadow Lake Provincial Park

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    (93 miles) Dorintosh

    Set in a 100-km stretch of lush boreal forest, it’s one of Saskatchewan’s most popular parks, but it’s also one of the largest. That means you can choose a setting as tranquil as a soaring ...

  • Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Center

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    (79 miles) Battleford

    There are a huge number of options including: Zip Lines and High Wire Ropes Course, Huge Paintball Facility, Wall Climbing, Nature hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Tubing and Ice ...

  • Fort Pitt Provincial Park

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    (62 miles) Loon Lake

    Established in 1829 to act as a halfway point between Fort Carlton and Fort Edmonton, Fort Pitt played important roles in the fur trade, the signing of Treaty Six and in the North-West Resistance of ...

  • Steele Narrows Provincial Park

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    (62 miles) Loon Lake

    This is where the 1885 North-West Resistance came to an end. The last battle took place at Steele Narrows on June 3, 1885.