Antelope Lake Regional Park can be found about 25 kilometers north of Gull Lake just off the #37 highway. Antelope lake features and impressive campground with a store onsite. There is a 9 hole, sand green, golf course as well as a brand new playground. A hall is available at Antelope Lake for rentals as well. The boat launch is located at the East end of the park and gives access to the lake. There is a stocked trout pond in the park as well where anglers can fish for a minimal cost. Visit Saskatchewan Regional Parks for more information or call (306) 672-3393.
Corn Ways Adventures -While the mazes are not to be missed, we have tons of other fun attractions for children, youth, and the young at heart! The idea behind all the entertainment at Corn Ways is to provide an authentic, country carnival atmosphere where people can experience nature and the outdoors.
The Great Southwest – among the most popular destinations in the Great Southwest is Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. It is the highest point of land in Canada between the Rocky Mountains & Labrador. The park is home to rare wild flowers, towering stands of lodge-pole pine and 200 species of birds and mammals.
Grasslands National Park – is the first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. It is the only place in Canada where colonies of black-tailed prairie dogs still existmattis, pulvinar dapibus.
Great Sandhills – is one of the largest set of active sand dunes in the country. The largest sand dunes are 25 meters high & cover several hectors of land. The Great Sandhills lie in the Chinook area & are subject to strong winds. As a result, the sand dunes are estimated moving at a rate of 4 meters per year giving them an ever changing landscape.
Lake Diefenbaker – was formed when the massive Gardiner Dam was constructed in the South Saskatchewan River in 1967. It features 3 major parks, including Sask Landing, Danielson Provincial Park & Douglas Provincial Park.
Dino Country – located in Eastend – has drawn attention with the discovery of a near-completed Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. “Scotty” is one of twelve quality specimens in the world and is the feature at the T. Rex Discovery Center.
Hunting & Fishing Licenses: Saskatchewan Environment Ministry administers hunting and fishing licenses within Saskatchewan. Licensing requirements vary for Saskatchewan residents, Canadian residents, and non-Canadian residents. For more information, call (306) 787-2847. Canada has strict laws on the possession and use of firearms. Handguns and automatic weapons are prohibited. Visit Canada Border Services Agency for information on bringing firearms into Canada, or call toll free within Canada at 1-800-461-9999, and from outside Canada (204) 983-3500 or (506) 636-5064.