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Saskatchewan #10 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #10 & #310
North to Ituna, SK. (42 km's)and Foam Lake, SK. (96 km's). East to Melville, SK and Yorkton, SK. West to Fort Qu'Appelle, SK,Pilot Butte, SK.
2.1
3.3
Access to Town of Lebret, SK.
South of highway. Lebret is a village situated in the Qu'Appelle Valley of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was named after a Reverend Lebret who founded a school there in 1884.
9.5
15.3
Point of Interest
Entering the east portion of The Qu'Appelle Valley, SK. - This area is one of southern Saskatchewan's most popular playgrounds. Katepwa, Lake SK, Mission, Lake, SK. Echo, Lake, SK and Pasqua, Lake, SK, are known as The Calling Lakes. Fed by the Qu'Appelle River and aquifers beneath them, the quartet of lakes makes this an exceptionally pretty section of the valley.
10.6
17.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Qu'Appelle River, SK. - The Qu'Appelle River is a Canadian river that flows 430 km east from Lake Diefenbaker, SK. in southwestern Saskatchewan to join the Assiniboine River in Manitoba. The river flows into several other lakes of significance in southeast Saskatchewan, including: Buffalo Pound Lake, SK, to the northwest of Regina, SK, created by damming the Qu'Appelle River in 1956, which supplies water to Regina, SK, Moose Jaw, SK, the four Fishing Lakes (Pasqua, Echo, Mission, and Katepwa Lakes) to the northeast of Regina; and, farther downstream, to the north of Grenfell, SK and Broadview, SK: Crooked Lake and Round Lake.
10.9
17.5
Junction of Highways #35, #56
North to Wadena, SK. South to Katepwa Beach, SK, Katepwa Point Provincial Park, Indian Head, SK, Trans Canada Highway #1. West access to Echo Valley Provincial Park. Valleyview and Aspen campgrounds sit on a treed plain above the valley and feature 221 campsites, 153 of which are electrified. Both campgrounds have a service centre with hot showers and access to modern, barrier-free washrooms as well as non-modern facilities. Lakeview campground is on the south side of Echo Lake and has a trailer section with 23 electrical sites and a tenting area with 64 non-electrical ones. Lakeview offers modern, non-modern and barrier-free washroom facilities. There are several group-camping areas in the park. These include two RV group sites with a multiple plug-in power pedestal at each. Two campgrounds at the top of the valley (152 electrical and 68 non-electrical and 34 economy) Lower campground (23 electrical, 64 non-electrical) Three group campgrounds (36 electrical) Five group campgrounds (non-electrical).
11.7
18.9
Entering east boundry Town of Fort Qu'Appelle
Fort Qu'Appelle, all services, Information Direction Center. Town of Fort Qu'Appelle Campground: 57 of the 61 sites have electricity. Reservations can be made for group camping mimimum five units. - Services for registered campers include: coin operated showers flush toilets outdoor toilets trailer dump station. Attractions in Fort Qu'Appelle, SK. The Fort Qu'Appelle Museum which is located beside the Qu'Appelle River on the site of the original trading post and fort. - Lebret Metis Farm Cultural Days Second Weekend in August. - Annual Treaty 4 Gathering The third week in September.
11.9
19.2
Turnoff to Hospital, Farmers Market
Access from Highway
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20.3
Point of Interest
West Boundry Town of Fort Qu'Applle, all services. Fort Qu'Appelle, SK; is a town located in the Qu'Appelle Valley in southern Saskatchewan, Canada, originally established as a Hudson's Bay Company trading post in 1852.
13.5
21.7
Point of Interest
West boundry of The Qu'Appelle Valley, SK.
17.6
28.4
Junction of Highway # 35
South to The Town of Qu'Appelle, Trans Canada Highway #1
19.0
30.5
Junction of Highway #210
North to Echo Valley Provincial Park
24.7
39.7
Junction of Highway # 364
West to Community of Edgely 1 km
30.0
48.2
Highway Access
Access to Community of McLean 7 km's south, Trans Canada Highway #1
32.7
52.7
Highway Access
North to Community of Evonhurst, 8 km's
36.7
59.1
Pioneer Grain Inland Terminal
South of highway, 8 km's
40.7
65.5
Junction of Highways #10 and #1 Trans Canada Highway at Balgonie
Trans Canada Highway #1,West to White City, SK. and Regina, SK. East to Indian Head, SK and Winnipeg. Highway #10, North to Fort Qu'Appelle,SK. Melville, SK and Yorkton, SK. Access to Town of Balgonie, services. NOTE: For Highway travel via #1 highway - The Trans Canada Highway; See Road Map Highway Travel Guide Highway #1 The Trans Canada Highway Alberta to the Manitoba Border for driving directions. -e