Plan your RV vacation in Saskatchewan
Plan ahead, select the campgrounds on your route where you plan to stay, visit their websites. Make your reservations as early as possible to make sure you will have the best camping site for your motorhome or travel trailer, with the best view, the perfect location or most ideal amenities for your family.
Saskatchewan Campgrounds and RV Parks
Campgrounds Camping Canada (CCC) has links to more than 200 private campgrounds and resorts throughout Saskatchewan. Use Canada’s CCC website to search for campsites and RV Parks anywhere in Canada. Website:www.campcanada.com
Link to: Saskatchewan campgrounds and RV parks
Fly to Saskatchewan and Rent an RV
If you haven’t had a chance to see the wonderful scenery of Saskatchewan, or experience its history and culture ‘ then plan your next holiday by coming to Canada by plane. Fly to Saskatoon or Regina and rent an RV for a couple of weeks. We suggest you make reservations now, by checking these companies and RV Dealers who offer RVs for rent.
Link to: RV Rentals in Saskatchewan
About the province of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is one of the Prairie provinces with waving wheat fields, shimmering horizons and brilliant sunsets, situated in the heart of North America. Its neighbour to the east is the Province of Manitoba, and to the west is the Province of Alberta. To the North are the Northwest Territories and Nunavut and, to the south North Dakota and Montana. The name Saskatchewan derives from the Plains Indian word “kisiskatchewan” which means swiftly flowing river. Saskatchewan is also the name of the major river system in the province. Other important waterways are the Qu’Appelle and Churchill, all of which drain into Hudson Bay. Saskatoon is the largest city, but the provincial capital is Regina.
Scenic Trips in Saskatchewan
A few suggestions for road trips that you can take in your RV to different parts of the province of Saskatchewan.
Check on the Weather Network forecasts for all main highways in the province.
Link to: Saskatchewan road reports
Weather and Climate
Saskatchewan summers are usually warm and dry. High temperatures range from 15°C (60°F) in May to the mid-30s°C (90-95°F) in July and August; however nights tend be cool. Winters are cold and dry, and normally begin in November and temperatures generally remain below the freezing point. Mild spring weather usually begins by April. Saskatchewan is Canada’s “sunniest” province, averaging from 2,000 to 2,500 hours of sunshine annually. The city of Estevan in the southeast leads the country with an average 2,540 sunshine-filled hours each year.
Link to: Saskatchewan weather office to see local forecasts for all regions of the province issued by Environment Canada.
Grasslands National Park of Canada
Saskatchewan’s rare prairie grasses, dinosaur fossils, and badlands.
Link to: Grasslands Park
Prince Albert National Park of Canada
Protects slice of northern coniferous forest and widlife.
Link to: Prince Albert Park
National Parks Travel Planner for Saskatchewan
Order a copy of the National Parks and National Historic Sites of Canada in Saskatchewan by calling 1-888-773-8888. (Allow 2 weeks to receive printed copy by mail).
Online Travel Planner: Saskatchewan National Parks and Historic Sites
National Parks Reservations
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
Saskatchewan Parks & Campgrounds: 1-800-205-7070 or 306-953-3751
Check the Weather Network for conditions for individual parks in the province.
Link to: Saskatchewan Parks report
This website has other useful reports such as: Golf report, Ski report, Pollen report, Bug report, Fire Watch report and an interesting Star Gazing report for any area of the province.
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