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Saskatchewan #9 Highway Guide

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City of Yorkton, SK - Junction of Highway #10
all services. South to Langenburg, Winnipeg. This highway is part of the Saskota Flyway Scenic Drive Route. Many parks, lakes, and small communities along the Saskota Flyway allow travellers ample opportunity for roadside stops and sight-seeing. Attractions in and around Yorkton, SK: Godfrey Dean Art Gallery - Ravine Ecological Preserve. - Self-guided Heritage Walking Tour - Western Development Museum - Deer Park Golf Course, - Cherrydale Golf Course - York Lake Golf Course - Good Spirit Lake Golf and Country Club. - NOTE: For highway travel east via Saskatchewan Highway #10 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - City of Yorkton, SK to the Manitoba/ Saskatchewan Border for highway driving directions

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Junction of Highway #16 ( The Yellowhead Highway)
West to city of Saskatoon. East to cities of Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba. NOTE: For highway travel west or east via highway #1'The Trans Canada Highway' See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Saskatoon, SK to Yorkton, SK or Yorkton, SK to the Manitoba/Saskatchewan Border for highway driving directions

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Point of Interest
Historic marker, east side of highway.
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Access to Airport
West side of highway.
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Young Sideing Road
East side of highway
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Junction of Highways #309 & #726 ( Mehan Road )
West to community of Springside SK, via highway #726 26 kms. East to communities of Ebenezer, SK Rhein, SK.
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Community of Ebenezer, SK
East of highway.
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Fandrey Road
West of highway
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Junction of Highway #650 secondary
East to community of Hamston, SK.
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View from Highway
Driving north.
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Road Side Highway Turnout
Picnic site. Access to community of Gorlitz, SK; east side of highway
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Junction of Highway #229
West to Good Spirit Provincial Park 15 kms. Camping - Good Spirit Lake offers a wide variety of camping opportunities. The park has 104 electrified sites and 88 non-electrified sites, as well as a many overflow and economy sites for those who desire a more rustic outing. Modern service centres with showers and washroom facilities are located throughout the area and are available to all park visitors.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the White Sand River
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Access to Burgis Beach
West of highway 11 kms
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Canora Beach Road
West of highway
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Junction of Highway #5 east
East to town of Kamsack, SK. East to Duck Mountain Provincial Park Campgrounds. Seven campgrounds with 466 total sites: Electric Sites: 145 (near a service centre) Electrical Seasonal: 74 Full Service Sites: 15 Non-electric Sites: 58 (near a service centre) Group Sites: 74 Overflow Sites: 100 . - Attractions around Duck Mountain Provincial Park - Duck Mountain, located on the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border, is in an area rich with history. Nearby attractions include The National Doukhobor Heritage centre, Kamsack Museum, Fort Pelly National Historic Site, Fort Livingstone National Historic Site, Canora Museum, Lake of the Prairies and the Western Development Museum in Yorkton.
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Town of Kamsack, SK - Junction of Highway #5 east
Attractions in and around Kamsack, SK - Garden of Saskatchewan Flower Baskets - KamsackMade Visitor Information Center - Kamsack Power House Museum - Riverside Golf Course - CN Trackside Gardens - Old Kamsack Water Tower - Kamsack Farmer's Market - Parkland Regional Library & History Room -
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Town of Canora, SK - Photo 'Lesia', a 25-foot statue
All services. Visitor Information Centre east side highway. Attractions in and around Canora, SK: - Welcome statue' a 25-foot statue dressed in a traditional Ukrainian costume - Tourist booth; Adjacent to Lesia, the welcome statue - Canora Station House Museum - Ukrainian Heritage Museum - Ukrainian Orthodox Heritage Church - Canada's Only Toy and Autograph Museum. Access to Campground: The campgrounds, located at the north end of Nelson Street, feature nine electric and two non-electric sites with water and a sewer dump, washrooms and showers.
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Junction of Highway #5 west
West to towns of Wadena, SK, Watson, SK, Humboldt, SK City of Saskatoon, SK. NOTE: For highway travel west via Saskatchewan Highway #5 - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Town of Canora, SK to City of Saskatoon, SK for highway driving directions. Start/ Finish of Road Map highway Travel Guide -e