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2016 Travel Guide to Canada

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TRAVEL GUIDE TO CANADA SASKATCHEWAN N o matter how many times you visit Saskatchewan, you will always fi nd something new to see and do. Take parks, for example. One year, you may visit Grasslands National Park to admire the scenery in the Killdeer Badlands, one of North America's richest deposits of dinosaur fossils. Another year, you can enjoy the beaches and 18-hole golf course at Battlefords Provincial Park. Canada's central province is home to 15 cities and dozens of communities. You could visit the city of Yorkton on a trip to see its annual August harvest-themed Threshermen's Show with old-fashioned entertainment, competitions and craft sales ( ). On another vacation, you could base yourself in the community of Beechy to explore the nearby Beechy Sandcastles and Sunken Hills ( ). Places to stay can be equally varied— big city hotels, vacation farms, lakeside lodges, numerous B&Bs and even house- boats, such as the Aurora Houseboats on Tobin Lake (www.aurorahouseboats. com ). You can pitch your tent in a vast number of parks and private camp- grounds, park your camper in RV resorts, or enjoy nature from charming cabins and oTENTik camping accommodations in Prince Albert National Park (www. do/camping; Reserve-A-Site ). infinite PoSSiBiLitieS BY BARB AND RON KROLL infinite PoSSiBiLitieS SaSKatCHeWan PrinCe aLBert nationaL ParK • toUriSM SK/GreG HUSZar PHotoGraPHY

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