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It's a Blast is Regina's newest indoor play centre for children newborn and up. We offer 12,000 sq. ft. of fun. Our play structure is the largest in Western Canada, with 5 slides, a trampoline, lots of tunnels, a spider web, a tree house and much mor...
North Battleford
Our facility offers a three story, 1200 square foot play structure where kids imaginations can run wild! And yes, adults can play too!
Follow childrens yelps of delight, and they will lead to a giant inflatable bouncer. These room-sized inflatables are a combination of a ride, game, playroom, and trampoline.
Multi level adventure soft play, plus high tech laser tag and laser maze.
A sports fieldhouse and the home of major trade shows and banquets for up to 1,200; the curling rink; convention centre; leisure water park including wave pool, waterslide, lane pool and more.waterslide, lane pool.
Kenosee Lake
There are slides for all ages - from the Free Fall, Twister and the Double Bonzai slides to The Kiddie Slides. Kenosee Superslides offers a play area for small children which includes a jungle gym, slides, swings, sandbox, and a treehouse. We also ha...
The Zoo is open from May 1 - September 30. We welcome individuals and groups to see the zoo. Group rates available upon request.
The Forestry Farm Park was started in 1913 and officially opened in 1914. The Farm was dedicated to the propagation and production of trees from the prairie environment. The site was known as the Dominion Forest Nursery Station, a branch of the Ind...
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 hour's drive northeast of Lloydminster.
The Science Centres first attraction, the Powerhouse of Discovery, features hands-on science exhibits and live stage shows and demonstrations. In April of 1991 the Saskatchewan Science Centre opened its second attraction, the Kramer IMAX Theatre, bui...
Moose Jaw
Get ready to be amazed! Saskatchewan may be many things - but boring - it is not. And we can prove it! Test your knowledge with our SK Challenge, view our SK Resources (including SK timeline.
Since 1906. Explore Saskatchewan and your world - the past, the present, and the future - as never before. We are a natural history museum offering life and earth sciences, as well as aboriginal history.
In 1991, a large vertebra was found near to the town of Eastend in SW Saskatchewan. This exciting initial discovery turned out to be Scotty, Canadas most complete Tyrannosaurus rex!
The WDM has been the museum of social and economic history for the Province of Saskatchewan for over 60 years.
Overlooking the South Saskatchewan River, the Mendel Art Gallery is Saskatoons premier destination for contemporary and historical art, with exhibitions changing quarterly.In addition to exploring exhibitions and associated public programs, spend tim...
There are tonnes of things to see and do around Lake Diefenbaker! Whether you are interested in taking advantage of the endless recreational opportunities on the lake, or if it is the intriguing history of the area you are seeking, you will not be di...
Val Marie
The first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. Guided hikes, interpretive trails, bird watching, and nature photography are popular activities in Grasslands.
Kenosee Lake
Fresh air, blue skies and bacon crackling in the skillet as the morning sun drives the shadows out of Fish Creek Campground. Wrap your hands around that warm cup of coffee, take a deep breath and savour the feeling of waking up to nature instead of ...
Christopher Lake
Escape from the city and experience the rolling hills of the Spruce River Highlands. Hike, camp or picnic among the towering aspen, explore the lake by watercraft, or just sit back and listen for the haunting call of the loons.
Free that summertime spirit with a little windsurfing, water skiing, sailing, fishing, swimming, boating or hiking. Or slay those winter blues with some invigorating cross-country skiing.
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 River Creek System and the Monnrey River both run thro...
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park pays tribute to its past use as a hunting grounds by maintaining a herd of plains bison in a hillside paddock. But today, the focus of this park 20 minutes northeast of Moose Jaw is memorable getaways for fun-seekers a...
Candle Lake
The park area is dominated by the large lake, a clean and clear body of water featuring good-sized campgrounds on the east and west side, and plenty of great fishing, boating and water-skiing in between. Beaches? Candle Lake boasts about 7 km of them...
Chitek Lake
This beautiful lake provides endless opportunities for everyone such as: excellent sport fishing renowned for its Walleye, great boating activities, playgrounds, campground, and picnic areas.
Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park is Saskatchewan’s fourth wilderness park. It encloses 17,549 hectares of relatively pristine landscape, mature forest, lakes and wilderness. Its significance has been recognized since at least the early 1970...
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.
Imagine sitting around the campfire under a canopy of Manitoba maple and poplar, right on the shore of a pretty valley lake. You can do just that at Crooked Lake Provincial Park, situated in the picturesque Qu’Appelle Valley about 20 km north of t...
Maple Creek
Today’s visitors play and relax in a striking park that honours its heritage by disregarding the Saskatchewan-Alberta boundary it spans. Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the first and only inter-provincial park in Canada.
With kilometres of unspoiled beaches and countless recreational opportunities on a lake that's 225 km long, Danielson Provincial Park is a great place to revel in the warm splendours of summer.
Situated 100 km northwest of Moose Jaw on the Qu'Appelle arm of 225-km long Lake Diefenbaker, Douglas park represents a wonderland of water-based recreational opportunities including swimming, sailing, boating, skiing, windsurfing and angling - the l...
With its rolling hills, shimmering lakes and boreal forest setting, Duck Mountain Provincial Park seems a lot like northern Saskatchewan. But this scenic park is an island of green in a sea of grain, a southerly piece of boreal uplands surrounded by ...
North Qu Appelle
Descend into picturesque Echo Valley Provincial Park and slip away from the clutter and woe of the workaday world. With two beaches, access to two lakes, a beautiful valley setting, loads of recreational opportunities and a romantic legend to boot, E...
Christopher Lake
You are invited to visit Saskatchewan's scenic and beautiful Lakeland area, consisting of Christopher, Emma and Anglin Lakes. An endless array of activities awaits you, whatever your interests are.
Squish the sand between your toes as you and the kids stroll out far from shore at the main beach. Or, grab your hats and amble down the shoreline trail to the sand dunes, where wind, weather and time have created an intriguing backdrop to a beach p...
Porcupine Plain
Relax on a spacious beach with the warm summer sun caressing your face; photograph autumn's play of light on a rare patch of fescue prairie; glide on skis through a wintry white forest; or trek beside a marigold-gilded creek with mullet spawning belo...
Fort Qu Appelle
Come play, relax, or just enjoy the great view at one of the prettiest beaches in the lovely Qu'Appelle Valley. Katepwa Point Provincial Park is a small recreational park located less than an hour northeast of Regina on Katepwa Lake. Adjacent to ...
La Ronge
Set just inside the rugged Canadian Shield about two and a half hours north of Prince Albert, Lac La Ronge park is situated in the heart of the storied Churchill River system, where singing voyageurs once transported furs to Hudson's Bay.
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 haunting cry of the loon. And you know everything is j...
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 eagle or as lively as a trio of teens tubing behind a m...
Relax on a cozy beach with a liberating breeze tickling your toes. Trek the hills above the tiny Gem Lakes and admire the sparkling magic of the colourful reflections below. There is more than just great fishing at Narrow Hills Provincial Park.
Pike Lake
Pike Lake is a recreation park characterized by aspen, poplar and Manitoba maple groves; manicured lawns with two picnic areas close to the main beach; desert-like sand dunes a short hike away and a popular outdoor pool with a waterslide.
Regina Beach
Located 45 km northwest of Regina on the south end of Last Mountain Lake, Regina Beach Recreation Site boasts one of the best beaches in all of southern Saskatchewan. Visitors to this popular sun spot enjoy a first-class change house, swimming area ...
Looking for a double scoop of summertime fun? How about sunning, swimming or parasailing at one of the biggest natural beaches in southern Saskatchewan? Or maybe you'd prefer to sail down 100-km-long Last Mountain Lake or gather the gang for a round ...
Stewart Valley
Let the breeze off vast Lake Diefenbaker clear your mind and invigorate your body at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.
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 of golf, hike a trail or take in a planned activity...
Prince Albert
Approximately 21,752 hectares in size, Wildcat Hill Provincial Park is located at the summit and was established in 1971 as a protected area for preservation with outdoor recreation opportunities.
Visit the home of Big Bert and other fascinating prehistoric creatures at Pasquia Regional Park. The fossil discoveries at this site have attracted international interest.
Waskesiu Lake
The park features many outstanding natural wonders and cultural treasures, including the only fully protected white pelican nesting colony in Canada, the isolated, lakeside cabin of conservationist Grey Owl and a free-ranging herd of plains bison.
Get Lost at Saskatchewan's Largest Maize!
With over 58 corporately owned locations in North America (and more than 125 worldwide), Laser Quest is live action laser tag at its best! All of our locations in Canada and the U.S. are multi-level and no two locations are the same.

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Fun places to visit in Saskatchewan with kids

Saskatchewan is the kind of fun place that both adults and kids will enjoy – your only problem, is going to be finding the time to fit all the great places to visit in! Because many of Saskatchewan's must-see attractions offer kid-friendly activities and exhibits, you won't have to miss out on any of the state's diverse culture and history. As you explore the multitude of fun things to do in Saskatchewan with kids, you'll definitely create memories that will last and last - and you can watch them back on video for years to come if you’ve got a shocking memory like me!

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There are so many fun places to go with kids in Saskatchewan - great zoos and aquariums, museums, theme parks, water parks and swimming pools, places to visit outdoors (many of which are cheap or free), historical places of interest, activities and indoor play centres for toddlers as well as the usual family tourist attractions - take a look above, lots of the best things to do with children in SK