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Saskatchewan #219 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways and start of Highway Log
Junction of Highway 219, north to Saskatoon, Sask. and Highway 44, east to Davidson, Sask. south to Danielson Provincial Park. Two campgrounds are located within the eastern portion of our park. There is a total of 92 campsites, 26 of which offer electrical service. The campsites are roomy enough for RVs or that extra tent for the kids! Camping is operated on a self-registration system. The Elmview Campground possesses a modern service centre with free showers and 26 electrified sites. Seasonal campsites are also available at Elmview. Bayside Campground is ideal for tenting with no electrified sites. Reservations are accepted for group camping. South to Gardiner Dam, Sask. Lake Diefenbaker, Sask.
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4.8
Highway Access
Access to grid road east to Strongfield, Sask.
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8.1
Highway Access
Access to Green Valley Road
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14.6
Highway Access
Access to the Town of Hawarden, Sask. east 13 km's
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18.5
Highway Access
Access to the Town of Glenside, Sask.
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24.4
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 15 east to Town of Kenaston, Sask. west to the Town of Outlook, Sask.
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34.2
Highway Access
Sask. River Church Road
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37.5
Highway Access
Junction of # 764 Grid Road
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41.1
Highway Access
Access to Spring Creek Road
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64.5
Highway Access
South Entrance of #94, First Nations Reservation,White Cap Dakota Sioux
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68.6
Highway Access
Access to First Nations, White Cap Dakota Sioux Band Office
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72.5
Information
North entrance to # 94 First Nations White Cap Dakota Sioux reservation
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80.4
Highway Access
Beaver Creek Bible Camp, Bright Water Centre
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80.7
Bridge Crossing
Crossing Beaver Creek, Sask.
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80.9
Highway Access
Access to the Beaver Creek, Sask. Conservation Area. The Saskatchewan, Beaver Creek Conservation Area is located 13km south of Saskatoon. A sheltered creek, river valley. It is the microcosm of the Meewasin Valley, and contains one of the few uncultivated short grass prairie sites in Saskatchewan.
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83.8
Highway Pullout
Access to Victor Road
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87.0
Highway Access
Access to Cranberry Flats, Baker Road. - Photo looking south at the South Saskatchewan River.
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90.3
Highway Access
Access to Grasswood Road, Riverside Estates
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93.5
Photo
Welcome to Saskatoon, Sask. Saskatoon is located in central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River, with a population of 233,923. Saskatoon, Sask, is the most largest city in the province of Saskatchewan. 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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93.6
Highway Access
Access to The Willows Golf and Country Club, The Saskatoon Golf and Country Club
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94.5
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 16 The Yellow Head Route, south to Regina, Sask north to Saskatoon, Sask. city centre. NOTE: For highway travel via highway #16 east to Yorkton, Sask and the Manitoba/Sask Border see Milebymile.com Road Map highway Travel Guide for highway driving directions and highway photos. For highway travel via #16 Saskatoon, Sask. to North Battleford, via The Yellow Head Route See; Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide Saskatoon to North Battleford and the Alberta border, link

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94.7
Highway Access
Access to Western Development Museum. This is a must do and see. 1910 Boomtown, under the roof of the Museum is the Western Development Museum's representation of a typical Saskatchewan town, captures the atmosphere and style of this bustling period. Over 30 buildings portray community life - from the general store to the blacksmith shop ringing with the sound of the hammer striking the anvil. The visitor is transported back in time when the clip clop of horses filled the air. You don't just visit this museum, you actually live it!
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Terminus of Highway # 219 from Highway # 44 To Saskatoon
Overpass of Highway # 16 and end of Highway # 219, End of Highway Travel Guide -e