Manitou Lake near Watrous, Saskatchewan has the same mineral content as The Dead Sea.
Saskatchewan is home to many local (regional), provincial and national parks. Each one of our parks will hold something to peak your interest and curiosity.
Local (regional) parks are found throughout the province and each one of them has something different to offer. You can find out where these parks are and what amenities they have by going to the Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association website.
Saskatchewan's provincial parks system is considered one of the best in Canada. The system has 196 legally designated park lands that encompass 1.4 million acres of natural areas, unique landscapes and historic sites. Each one of these parks gives visitors access to unlimited outdoor recreational and educational activities. Each park also provides visitors with an opportunity to experience a different part of Saskatchewan's natural and cultural heritage. Visit the Saskatchewan Parks website for more information. Park details will help you and your family plan a visit to one of our many parks for when you arrive here in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan is also home to two national parks – Grasslands National Park and Prince Albert National Park – and numerous national historic sites. These sites offer a wide range of recreational and cultural opportunities for many people to enjoy. For more information on our national parks, please visit the Parks Canada website.