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Saskatchewan/ Alberta Border
Trans Canada Highway #1, East to Swift Current, Saskatchewan and Regina, Saskatchewan; West to Medicine Hat, AB, Calgary, AB
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Photo - View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Eagle Valley Park Campground
Eagle Valley Park Campground, south of highway
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Visitor Information Center
Saskatchewan Visitor Information Direction Center This is a large center with helpfull information to the motoring traveller.
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40.0
Junction of Highway - Photo - Former North West Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police post (c
Junction of Highway #21, south to Maple Creek, SK, all services, 10 km's south. Access to Fort Walsh National Historic Site, a former North West Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police post (circa 1878-83). This was later used from 1942-68 to breed horses for the force and the Musical Ride. Take a guided tour of the fort's buildings, two cemeteries, the Fort Walsh townsite, and a reconstructed whiskey trading post. Use the self-guided trails to explore the ridge along Battle Creek and view exhibits in the Visitor Reception Centre.
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Junction of Highway #21,
South access to Cypress Hills Provincial Park, Sk. Capacity & Campsite Amenities - Picnic tables, Wood barbecue/firepit, Non-electric sites, Electric sites, Electric & water sites, Full hook-up sites, Pull-through RV sites Tenting sites, 15 amp service, 30 amp service, 50 amp service, Primitive sites, Group camping, Number of non-electric sites: 354, Number of electric only sites: 200, Number of electric & water sites: 46, Number of full hook-up sites: 10.
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #614, south to Piapot, Saskatchewan, services. Roadside turnout at highway junction
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Point of Interest
Highway Roadside Turnout with Historical Information Sign
55.3
89.0
Pine Tree Park
Pine Tree Park, Lodging,camping, services
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99.0
View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway.
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View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway.
63.4
102.0
Green Terminal Road
Access to Green Terminal Road
70.2
113.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #37, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, services north to Cabri, Saskatchewan
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113.0
View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Roadside Turnout
Highway Roadside Turnout, Rest Area,picnic tables, telephone
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122.0
View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway. Looking at a grain elevator in the distance.
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154.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #630, south
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155.0
Highway Roadside Turnout
Roadside Turnout, north side of highway, picnic area
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156.0
Enchanted Village Tea Room
Access to Enchanted Village Tea Room
98.8
159.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #32, north to Cabri, Saskatchewan, Leader, Saskatchewan
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #4, north to Leader, Saskatchewan Landing This ruggedly beautiful park of steep hills, razorback ridges, wooded ravines and native prairie celebrates an historic crossing on the South Saskatchewan River first used by generations of Indian and Metis bison hunters. Later, it became the site of a steamboat landing and ferry crossing that serviced traffic on the historic Battleford Trail. Provincial Park, camping, boating fishing, hiking. - Capacity & Campsite Amenities, Picnic tables, Wood barbecue/firepit, Non-electric sites, Electric sites, Tenting sites, 30 amp service, Group camping, Number of non-electric sites: 47, Number of electric only sites: 211.
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Entering The City Of Swift Current SK
Attractions in and around Swift Current, Saskatchewan: - Swift Current Museum & Interpretive Centre - Visit the Museum for a virtual tour of the City, and for your copy of the Downtown Walking Tour. - Mennonite Heritage Village. The village features an original homestead, church and garden. The buildings include authentic antiques. - The Swift Current Ag & Exhibition is home to Frontier Days, an annual event which has been held since 1938. Frontier Days celebrates the area's history in agriculture. - Swift Current Allied Arts Council - Art Gallery of Swift Current - Swift Current Little Theatre - The Lyric Theatre.
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #4, north to Kyle, Sk. Elrose, SK. Rosetown, Sk south to Wymark, SK.
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Highway Access
Access to Herbert Ferry Park, access to Rush Lake
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209.0
View from highway
While driving east on the Trans Canada Highway through the Saskatchewan prairies.
134.2
216.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway # 612, secondary, access to Herbert, Saskatchewan, access to Lone Eagle Campground
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Reed Lake Wildlife Observation Point
Wildlife Observation Point
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231.0
Town of Morse, Saskatchewan
Morse, Saskatchewan all services, Junction of Highway #644, north to Riverhurst Ferry
146.7
236.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #19, south to Hodgeville, Saskatchewan
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238.0
Roadside Turnout
Roadside Tunout, north side of highway, picnic facilities
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260.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #19, north to town of Chaplin, Saskatchewan. Chaplin, the site of the largest deposit of sodium sulphate in North America. Access to The Western Hemisphere Shorebird Interperative Center. Chaplin Lake, SK; hosts over thirty different species of shorebirds. Each year hundreds of thousands of birds stop at Chaplin Lake - some to nest, some to refuel on their way to their Artic breeding grounds.
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highways #58, south to Shamrock, SK,36km's. Highway Junction #19 north to Central Bute, SK, 43 km's
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #627, secondary
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Town of Mortlach, Saskatchewan
Mortlatch, Saskatchewan, services
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Roadside Turnout,
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Thunder Creek Heritage Campground
Campground, highway roadside turnout, north sde of highway
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #643, north to Keeler, SK.
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Town of Caronport, SK.
Caronport, Saskatchewan; services
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Entering City of Moose Jaw SK
Highway roadside turnout, Information, Direction Map.The history behind the legendary tunnels of Al Capone and his cohorts below the streets of Moose Jaw have come to life, for both the believers and skeptics. Moose Jaw is home to 431 Squadron, the Canadian Military Aerobatics Team better know as the Snowbirds. Attractions in and around Moose Jaw, SK: - 15 Wing Military Aviation Museum, Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum, Western Development Museum, Temple Gardens, Mineral Spa, Trolley Company, Tunnels of Moose Jaw , Wakamow Valley, Walking Tours, Murals of Moose Jaw, Captain Jacks River Tours, Emerald Glass and Art Gallery, IMC Potash Gallery, Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, The Yvette Moore Gallery.
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Exit To Moose Jaw, SK.
Moose Jaw, all services
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Western Development Museum
Access to The Western Development Museum, The History of Transportation. Picnic site on Museum Grounds. Self-guided tour information, Shortline Railway, Museum Gift Shop.
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Junction of Saskatchewan Highway #2, - The Canam Highway
South to Mossbank, Sask, north to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park camping. Buffalo Pound Provincial Park pays tribute to its past use as a hunting grounds by maintaining a herd of plains bison in a hillside paddock. Visitor Information Direction Center, south side of highway. - Capacity & Campsite Amenities at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park - Picnic tables, Wood barbecue/firepit, Non-electric sites, Electric sites, Electric & water sites, Full hook-up sites, Tenting sites, 30 amp service, Group camping, Number of non-electric sites: 108, Number of electric only sites: 100, Number of full hook-up sites: 2. NOTE: For Highway travel via HIghway #2 north and south - See Milebymile road Map Highway Travel Guide Viscount, Sask,. to the Canada/ United States Border for driving directions, highway photos.

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Prairie Oasis Campground
Campground and R V Park, 110 sites, full hookups, pullthroughs
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354.0
Junction of Highway,#39
South to Weyburn, SK. Junction of highway # 301, north to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park, camping. NOTE: For highway travel south via Sask. Highway #39 Moose Jaw to Weyburn, Sask - See Road Map Hiaghway Travel Guide Moose Jaw to Weyburn for highway driving directions highway photos.

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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway # 642, secondary, north to Buthune, SK.
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Town of Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan
Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, services
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385.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #641, north to Pense, Saskatchewan
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway Turnout, north side of highway
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Sherwood Forest Golf Course
9 hole Golf Course, north side of highway
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Weigh Scales
Government Weigh Scales, Telephone
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407.0
Lowe's Tea Room
Access to Lowe's Tea Room
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410.0
Access to Regina Airport
Access to Regina Airport, north side of highway
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #6 The CanAm Highway,north to Southey, SK, south to Rowatt, SK.
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Junction of Saskatchewan Highway #11
Access to Victoria Ave.Access to downtown Regina, SK, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, R C M P Museum, Access to Highway #11 north to Saskatoon. - Attractions in and around Regina, SK. - RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina Plains Museum, - Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, - RCMP Training Academy, - Regina Floral Conservatory, - MacKenzie Art Gallery, - Sask. Government House Museum and Heritage Property, - Wascana Place, - Saskatchewan War Memorial Project, - Dieppe Memorial
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Junction of Saskatchewan Highway #11
NOTE: For Highway travel via Sask highway #11 Regina to Saskatoon, SK. See Sask Highway #11 - Road Map Highway Travel Guide Regina to Saskatoon for highway driving directions and highway photos.

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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #48, s/e to Vibank, Saskatchewan; Kipling, Saskatchewan
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #10. Access to Pilot Butte, SK. Echo Valley Provincial Park, Ft. Qu'Applle. - Echo Valley Provincial Park. Situated in the legendary Saskatchewan Qu'Appelle Valley between Echo and Pasqua Lakes. Capacity & Campsite Amenities, Picnic tables, Wood barbecue/firepit, Non-electric sites, Electric sites, Tenting sites, 15 amp service, 30 amp service, Group camping, Number of non-electric sites: 132, Number of electric only sites: 176.
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #35, access to Qu'Appelle, SK. all services, north to Ft.Qu'Appelle, SK. to Echo Valley Provincial Park, south to Francis, SK. - Attractions in and around Ft.Qu'Appelle, SK. - Fort Qu'Appelle Museum. Located beside the Qu'Appelle River on the site of the original trading post and fort. - Lebret Museum - Lebret Metis Farm Cultural Days - Annual Treaty 4 Gathering.
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Junction of Highway #56 - Photo - The Historic Bell Barn Interpretive Centre
North to Katepwa Point Saskatchewan Provincial Park. North access 2 km to the Historic Bell Barn Interpretive Center, SK. 125 years ago the Bell Farm was established on the northern edge of the Great Plains of North America. This farming experiment was supported by the federal government of Canada. At that time it was called the Qu'Appelle Valley Farming Company. Started in 1882, and in a year's time over 100 buildings were constructed on the farm. The farm included over 332 quarter sections of land, or 53,000 acres. (Photo: Frank Korvemaker)
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Town of Indian Head, Saskatchewan
Welcome to Indian Head, all services,north to Katepwa Point Provincial Park access to campground, full hookups. Indian Head is an old established town. The first settlers moved into the district in 1882, a few months ahead of the Canadian Pacific Railway. In 1887 the Dominion Experimental Farm was founded here as one of the original research stations in Canada and today is still doing research and giving valuable information to farmers. In 1902 the P.F.R.A. Tree Nursery was started and is still shipping out several million trees each year for farm shelter belts in the three prairie provinces. Indian Head has a swimming pool and a Museum. It is also the Home of 'Little Mosque on the Prairies' The Hit CBC, Comedy Series on Television.
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Indian Head Experimental Farm
Access to Indian Head Experimental Farm
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505.0
Sintaluta, Saskatchewan
Access to Sintaluta, services, Junction of Highway #606, secondary south to Montmartre, SK. north to Abernethy, SK. access to The Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site
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Town of Wolseley, Saskatchewan
Wolseley, SK. all services, Sleepy Hollow Campground, camping, Junction of Highway #617 south
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #47 south to Stoughton, SK.
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Town of Grenfell, Saskatchewan
Grenfell SK, all services, Junction of Highway #47, north to Melville, SK. 64km's, Access to Crooked Lake Provincial Park. Crooked Lake has well-treed sites and some lakeside. There are 28 electric sites and 44 non-electric. Attractions in Grenfell, SK. - Grenfell 'Adare' Museum; The museum has a wide collection of artifacts that give an excellent sense of the history and atmosphere of Grenfell and District. - Mosaic of Murals. Various murals located throughout the Town.
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569.0
Town of Broadview SK
Broadview SK, all services, Junction of Highway #605, secondary, south to Kipling SK
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573.0
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #201, north access to campground
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592.0
Town of Whitewood, Saskatchewan
Whitewood SK, all services, Information Direction Center,Junction of Highway #9, (The Saskota Route). - The name Whitewood, SK; was chosen from a bluff of white poplars that were growing nearby on an otherwise treeless prairie. Whitewood also became known as the 'Crossroads Community' because of its location at the corner of two major highways, the Trans-Canada #1 and the #9 Highway. - South access to Moose Mountain Provincial Park: Capacity & Campsite Amenities, Picnic tables, Wood barbecue/firepit, Non-electric sites, Electric sites, Full hook-up sites, Tenting sites, 30 amp service, Group camping, Number of non-electric sites: 136, Number of electric only sites: 186, Number of full hook-up sites: 11.
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Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #637
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Town of Wapella, Saskatchewan
Wapalla, services. Junction of Highway #601 south
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615.5
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #601 north
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641.0
Town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan
Moosomin,SK; services, Junction of Highway #8, north to Rocanville, SK. 26 km's. - Tourism Attractions: Fieldstone Campground, Moosomin Regional Park, Moosomin & District Arts Council Moosomin Community Theatre, Moosomin Curling Club, Moosomin Community Hall, Moosomin Bowling Centre, Moosomin Golf Club, Moosomin Museum.
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641.5
Junction of Highway
Junction of Highway #8,south to Fairlight, SK.
407.0
655.0
Town of Fleming, Saskatchewan
Fleming SK, services, Junction of Highway #600
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660.0
Weigh Scales
Government Weigh Scales, telephone
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Saskatchewan Information Center
Saskatchewan Information Direction Center, north side of highway
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661.0
Saskatchewan/Manitoba Border
Saskatchewan/ Manitoba Border,east to Brandon, Manitoba. 122km's, Winnipeg, Manitoba 333km's. West to Regina. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. NOTE: For continuance of the Trans Canada Highway east - See Milebymile.com Road map Highway Travel Guide Manitoba/Saskatchewan Border to the Ontario/ Manitoba Border for highway driving directions and highway photos. -e