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Saskatchewan #2 Highway Guide

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City of Prince Albert, SK
Junction of Highway #55 east to Nipawin, SK. - Prince Albert is the third largest city in Saskatchewan. It is situated on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The city is known as the 'Gateway to the North' due to its being the most northerly major centre. Attractions in and around Prince Albert SK: The Grace Campbell Gallery - Art Gallery of Prince Albert - Prince Albert Historical Museum - John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre and the Art Gallery of Prince Albert - A Wolf Adventure - The Prince Albert National Park.
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Junction of Highway #55 - East
NOTE: For highway travel east via Sask. Highway #55 - See MIlebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide Prince Albert, SK to Smeaton, SK for highway driving directions.

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Junction of Highways 2 and 55, West
West to North Battleford, SK, Shellbrooke, SK, 44 kms. - NOTE: For highway travel west via Sask. Highway #55 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide Prince Albert, SK to the Alberta/Saskatchewan Border for highway driving directions.

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Highway Access
Access to Prince Albert North Industrial Park
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Nesbitt Campground
Camping, R.V. Park, full hookups, picnic tables
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Provincial Forest Fire Center

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Whispering Pines R V Park
Camping, Golf
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Craft Haven
Crafts, Antiques
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Highway Turnoff
Turnoff to Whitestar Road, Junction of Highway # 780 secondary
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Gardiner Road
Access to Gardiner Road
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Highway Access
Access to Cloarec Road
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Buckland Heritage Museum
Buckland Heritage Museum, large pullout, Trail Riders Arena, playground.
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Sturgeon Lake Regional Park
Camping: Location: North side of Sturgeon Lake 28 Electrical Sites, 5 Non-Electrical Sites, Overflow area (24 sites), Mini Golf, Beach, Playground, Picnic Area, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Lake, Boating, Fishing, Boat Launch, Beach Volleyball, Camp Kitchen, Concession, Restaraunt + Store, Horseshoe Pits, Public Telephone, Firewood.
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Sturgeon Lake First Nations
Entering Sturgeon Lake First Nations, Tourist & Recreation facilities
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Highway Junction
Junction of highway #2 & Junction of #355, access to Spruce Home, SK, Meath Park, SK, Tall Pines Bait and Tackle, at intersection (east side of highway)
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Highway Turnoff
Access to Tower Road, and Spruce Home Cemetary
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Visitor Information
Visitor Information and Directions, (east side of highway)
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Highway exit and pullout,
Highway pullout (east side of highway) Access to Village of Northside,SK, Paddockwood, SK, 13 km's east.
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Highway Junction
Junction of Highway #263, west to Christopher Lake & Emma Lake Resort Areas, camping. East to Candle Lake Resort Area 53 km's, camping. East to Candle Lake Provincial Park
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Lazy K Golf Course
Lazy K Golf Course, 3 km's west, 9 hole, 3 par, public course
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Forest Gate Road
Access to Lakeland Recreational Area, Christopher, Emma, Anglin Lakes. Lakeland Art Gallery,Artisan Guilds & crafts 9-7pm
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Tompkins Sled Dogs

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Northern Forest District
Entering The Northern Forest District
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Clarine Lake Demonstration Forest
Access west side of highway, hiking
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Highway Junction
Junction of Highway # 953 secondary,access to Anglin Lake recreation area, camping, full hookups, swimming, fishing, cross country skiing
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Point of Interest
Highway pullout, Vacation Information Direction Route Map
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Prince Albert National Park
Access to Prince Albert National Park,all services lodging, camping,all activities. Prince Albert National Park protects a slice of the 'boreal' forest. It is also a meeting place or transition zone between the parkland and the northern forest. The park features many outstanding natural wonders and cultural treasures, including the only fully protected white pelican nesting colony in Canada, the isolated, lakeside cabin of conservationist Grey Owl and a free-ranging herd of plains bison.
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Highway Junction
Junction of Highway #969, Access to Montreal Lake, Timber Bay,telephone and gas at intersection
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Point of Interest
Crossing Bittern Creek
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Waskesiu River Road
Crossing Waskesiu River, highway pullout on east side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing The Crean River, MacLennan River Campsite, camping, pit toilets, firewood
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Highway Junction
Junction of Highway # 916, access to Dory Lake, Green Lake
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Point of Interest
Highway Pullout, Vacation Information, direction route map.Write up of the northern forests, beautiful view
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Highway Access
Access to Weyakwin Lake Recreation Site, Weyakwin Forest Protection Base
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Community of Weyakwin
Community of Weyakwin
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Weyakwin River
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Point of Interest
Information Sign, Geographic Center of Saskatchewan
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Two Forks River
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Montreal River
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Emerald Pond
Highway pullout, east side of highway
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Highway Junction - Photo - Besnard Lake
Junction of Highway #165, west to Besnard Lake, SK, Beauval, SK, Pinehouse Lake, SK, Key Lake Mine, SK, Besnard Lake Lodge, SK, 88km's, Reds Outcamp, SK, 97 km's
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    Highway pullout
    Highway pullout,west side of highway, picnic area
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    177.4
    Point of Interest
    Dwarf Mistletoe control area, clearcut measures to control widespread damage to spruce trees
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    Highway Creek
    Crossing Highway Creek
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    184.7
    Highway Junctions
    Junction of Highway #165 east to Creighton, Flin Flon. Junction of highway #969 east to Timber Bay and Montreal Lake
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    Highway Pullout
    Small highway pullout (east side of highway)
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    199.7
    Point of Interest
    Crossing Rabbit Creek
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    210.4
    Highway Turnoff
    Highway turnoff to Napatak, 9km's east
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    Highway Turnoff
    Highway turnoff to Potato Lake, 1 km east
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    222.5
    Community of Air Ronge
    Community of Air Ronge, Visitor Information and Direction center.
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    Entering Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
    South boundery of Lac La Ronge Provincial Park. Six campgrounds within the park and three adjacent to the park. The campgrounds have a range of services from rustic sites to serviced site with electricity, central water points, shower houses, beaches, playgrounds, picnic shelters, boat launches and docking. Lac la Ronge is approximately 1200 ft. above sea level with the lake draining out to the Churchill River through Rapid River which includes Nistowiak Falls. It's fed by various creeks and rivers, the main feeder streams include the Montreal, Nemeiben, and Nipekamew Rivers.
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    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Montreal River
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    La Ronge Town Center
    Highway Turnoff to La Ronge Town Center, Visitor information and Directions Center, access to La Ronge Provincial Park Campgrounds. About two and a half hours north of Prince Albert and set just inside the rugged Candian Shield, Lac La Ronge Park is right in the heart of the celebrated Churchill River System. This river system was once used by singing voyageurs to transport furs to Hudson's Bay.
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    Lake Land College
    Highway Turnoff to The Lake Land College access to La Ronge
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    226.5
    La Ronge Hospital
    Highway Turnoff to La Ronge Hospital
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    Industrial Park
    Highway turnoff to La Ronge Industrial Park, Lakeland College on Boardman Street. Terminus of Highway #2. Highway # 2 becomes Highway #102 north to Missinipe, Southend, Wollaston Lake. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - e