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Saskatchewan #40 Highway Guide

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Saskatchewan / Alberta Border To Battleford
East to Cutknife, SK, Battleford, SK, North Battleford, SK, Saskatoon, SK. West to Wainwright, AB, Edmonton, AB. Highway # 40 changes to Highway #14 in Alberta. NOTE: For highway travel west via Alberta Highway #14 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Alberta Highway #14 Edmonton To Wainwright and the Saskatchewan Border for driving directions.

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View from highway
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View from highway. Welcome to Saskatchewan
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View from highway
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Sufferin Lake Regional Park
Access to Artland Road Sufferin Lake 24km's south - Camping Facilities: Season: May - September 18 Electrical Sites, 15 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Lake, Fishing, Boat Launch.
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Photo View from highway
Approaching the Town of Marsden, SK.
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Town of Marsden
Marsden, all services, campground
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Manitou Lake
Access to Manitou Lake Park, Manitou Lake Campground, 25 elec. hookups,30 non elec. showers, flush toilets R.V. sewage dump
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Unwin Road
Unwin Road access
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Manitou Lake Bible Camp
Access south of highway
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Junction of Highway # 675 Village of Neilburg, SK
Neilburg, SK, all services Attractions in and around Neilburg, SK - Manitou Pioneers Museum has a large collection of native artifacts and historical items from the pioneer days. - Manitou Lake - Neilburg Mud Drags. Access to Grid Road # 675 north to Lashburn, SK 35 km's - Attractions in and around Lashburn, SK: Lashburn Centennial Museum - Lashburn Town and Country Golf Club - Lashburn is known as the 'Home of the Bluebirds', the senior ladies softball team. The Bluebirds represented Canada in the Canadian Dominion Softball Championship bringing home the bronze in 1975, 1982, and silver in 1976.
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Winter Road
Access to Winter Road
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View from highway
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Junction of Highway # 684
North to Waseca, SK 30 km's
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Junction of Highway # 21
North to Carrothers, Maidstone 38 km's, south to Baldwinton
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Junction of Highway # 21 south
South to Wilbert, Unity 84 km's
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway turnoff with Direction Sign
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Junction of Highway # 674 Town of Cut Knife, SK
Cut knife, SK, all services, World's largest Tomahawk. Highway # 674, north to Cutknife Hill Historic Site, Chief Poundmaker Historic Center, Poundmaker Reserves. It was a beautiful spring morning, May 26,1885, when Poundmaker and the Warrior Society, along with some of the women, made their way to Battleford. They had come from the foot of Eagle Hills to meet General Middleton and find out what was to become of them since their victory at the battle at Cutknife Hill. They were the warriors and must never show cowardice in warrior in peace. They had said, 'Let them know that we are not afraid to meet the Chief Soldier.' Poundmaker had been planning to move in a southwesterly direction with some of his followers, but the warriors persuaded him to meet with General Middleton. After all, he was the spokesman for the Assiniboines and the Crees. This was the day Poundmaker promised to meet the Chief Soldier (Middleton).
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View from highway, Cutknife welcome sign
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Highway Access to Rockhaven, SK
South of highway.
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Access to Attons Lake Regional Park
Attons Lake Regional Park, Camping : Location: 20km NE of Cut Knife off Hwy. #40 48 Electrical Sites, 15 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Nature Trails, Ball Diamonds.
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Community of Gallivan, SK
South side of highway
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing creek
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View from highway
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Table Mountain Ski Hill
Access north of highway 10 km's
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Junction of Highway # 29
South access to Wilkie, SK, 55 km's access to Wilkie Regional Park - Location: Adjacent to the town of Wilkie, SK: Season: May 1 - August 31 25 Electrical Sites, Non-Electrical Sites, Picnic Area, Showers, Modern Washrooms, outdoor swimming pool, 9-hole golf course with sand greens, ball diamonds, and horseshoe pits.
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Point of Interest
Crossing The Battle River
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View from highway, Junction of highway #4 and Highway #40
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Junction of Highway # 4
Town of Battleford, all services access to Fort Battleford National Historic Site, Eiling Kramer Campground beside Fort Battleford, 74 campsites 36 elec. picnic area showers. North to North Battleford, The Battlefords Provincial Park. - Camping The park has 3 campgrounds, North, Centre and South Campground. There are 317 campsites in total and 182 of these are electrical. No reservations are taken on campsites. South to Biggar, Rosetown, Swift Current West to Cutknife.
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Junction of Highway # 4
Town of Battleford, Saskatchewan NOTE: For highway travel north or south of Biggar, SK - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel guide The Battlefords to Biggar or Town of Rosetown to Biggar for driving directions, highway photos. - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e