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Saskatchewan #11 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #16 & #11 North end of Saskatoon
Junction of Highway #16 The Yellow Head Route and Highway #11, north to Prince Albert, SK; south to Regina, SK. - NOTE: For highway travel via highway #16 - See Highway #16 The Yellowhead Route, Saskatchewan Road Map Travel Guide - Saskatoon to North Battleford, Alberta Border and Saskatoon, SK, to Yorkton, SK. for driving directions.

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City of Saskatoon Saskatchewan - Welcome to Saskatoon, Sask.
Attractions in and around Saskatoon, Sask: - Auto Clearing Motor Speedway - Barn Playhouse - Batoche National Historic Site - Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Collector's Choice Art Gallery - Cranberry Flats Conservation Area - Diefenbaker Canada Centre - Doukhobor Dugout House Inc. - Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre - Glen Scrimshaw Gallery - 8th Street - Marr Residence - Meewasin Valley Centre & Gift Shop - Meewasin Valley Trail - Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory - Western Development Museum - Wanuskewin Heritage Park - SIGA Enchanted Forest - Shearwater Boat Tours - Seager Wheeler National Historic Site - Saskatoon Symphony - Saskatoon Natural Grassland - Saskatchewan Railway Museum - Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo - Saskatchewan Native Theatre Co. - Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre - Saskatchewan International Raceway - Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame - Off Broadway Dinner Theatre.
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Access to Wanuskewin Heritage Park, SK. Wanuskewin Heritage Park located on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River, just three kilometres north of Saskatoon. Within its 760 acres there are 19 sites that represent the active society of Northern Plains Peoples.
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Highway Exit
Junction of Highway 306, Town of Warman, SK; all services Camping, golf
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Highway Exit
Access to Town of Osler, SK. all services
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Highway Exit
Access to Town of Hague, SK. all services, Junction of Grid Road 785,
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Highway Exit
Access to Town of Rosthern, SK; all services, Camping,R V Park, Tourist Information. Junction of Highway 312 east to Wakaw. Turn off to Parks Canada and Batoche National Historic Site 27kms to the east. This national historic site displays the remains of the village of Batoche on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, which was the last battlefield in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885. It was selected as Louis Riel's 'Provisional Government of Saskatchewan' headquarters. Restoration of several buildings within the site has been done. The site depicts the lifestyles of the Metis of Batoche between 1860 and 1900, their homes, the trails they walked, their church, and the Battle of Batoche waged on May 9-12, 1885.
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Highway turnoff
Access to Rosthern Valley Regional Park, Camping, R.V. Park, full hookups.
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Highway Exit
Junction of Highway 212 west, to Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park, SK. Access to Town of Duck Lake, SK; all services,Museum and Art gallery. Duck Lake, SK, is in the center of an area great in historical importance. Within a few minutes drive from Town a person can visit the site of the Battle of Batoche, the site of the Battle of Duck Lake, the site of the Duck Lake Massacre, Fort Carlton, SK,a buffalo jump, the St. Laurent Shrine and the Seager Wheeler Farm.
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Junction of Highway 212 west,
West access to Fort Carlton Provincial Park, SK. - Situated on the Carlton Trail from the Red River Settlement in present-day Manitoba to Fort Edmonton in what is now Alberta, Fort Carlton served as a hub for travellers. It is located along the North Saskatchewan River. - Fort Carlton Provincial Park takes you back in time to the days of the fur trade before Canada was a country. This is the original site of a Hudson's Bay Company fur-trading post that operated between 1810 and 1885. You will see a reconstructed palisade, fur and provisions store, trade store, clerk's quarters, and tepee encampment; each of these appears much like they would have in the late 1800s. There is no campground at this park, a picnic area with shelter is provided.
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Point of Intrest
Access to Cross Country Ski Trails
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Highway Pullout
Historic Route Map
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Highway Exit
Access to Town of McDowall, SK. gas, diesel
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Junction of Highway 2, south to Wakaw Terminus of Highway 11, south to Saskatoon, north to Prince Albert, Waskesiu Lake, Prince Albert National Park 5 km's north on highway 2 City of Prince Albert's Visitor Information Centre. -e