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Saskatchewan #3 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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Junction of Highway #26
Town of Turtleford, SK. South to city of North Battleford, SK. North to town of St. Walburg, SK. - Attraction in Turtleford, SK; Turleford boasts the nation's largest turtle (more than eight feet tall), named 'Ernie' - Attractions in and around North Battleford: - Allen Sapp Gallery - The Chapel Gallery - The Chapel Gallery - Fort Battleford National Historic Site - Western Development Museum and Pioneer Village - Fred Light Museum - North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame - Sask. Baseball Hall of Fame Battlefords Wildlife Federation Nature Centre - Battle River Settlement Foundation Walking Tour - Tombstone of Notorious Outlaw - Sam Kelly - Saskatchewan Birding Trail-Northwest Loop - Finlayson Island Year round Nature Park - Historic Homes/Buildings Walking Tour.
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View from Highway
Looking north. Junction of highways #26 & #3
Looking north. Junction of highways #26 & #3
1.5
2.4
Access to Thunderchild Indian Reserve
North 14kms. access to All Nations Institute of Technology.
7.2
11.6
View from Highway
Driving east.
Driving east.
11.1
17.9
Junction of Highway #795 secondary
North to community of Livelong, SK; 2 kms. North to Westside Turtle Lake, SK; Resort Area 18 kms. - Editors note: Turtle Lake is home to the Turtle Lake Monster; numerous reported sightings of three meters long and others say it is 10 meters long.
17.0
27.3
Access to East side of Turtle lake Resort Area
North of highway
18.8
30.3
Junction of Highway #697 secondary
South to community of Edam 39kms
24.5
39.4
Access to community of Fairholme
North of highway
28.1
45.3
View from Highway
Driving east.
Driving east.
28.6
46.0
Junction of Highway #4
Town of Glaslyn, SK, all services. North to town of Meadow Lake, SK, 89 kms. North to Meadow Lake Provincial Park. The park contains 12 government operated campgrounds with many different services ranging from primitive camping to fully serviced. South to city of North Battleford, SK The Battlefords Provincial Park.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.
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46.1
Town of Glaslyn, SK
Museum and roadside highway pullout, north side of highway. Note highway #4 overlaps highway #3 through the town.
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50.0
Little Loon Regional Park
South of highway 2 kms. Season: May 1 - Oct. 1, 27 Electrical Sites, 23 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Picnic Area, Boat Launch, Fishing, Swimming Lessons, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms.
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53.3
Ferwood Road
North side of highway.
40.1
64.5
Access to community of Medstead, SK
South of highway, 8 kms
41.4
66.7
Community of Cater, SK
Towing services, north side of highway.
43.1
69.4
Access to community of Glenbush, SK
South of highway 11kms.
51.0
82.1
Community of Bellbute, SK

53.2
85.6
View from highway
Driving east.
Driving east.
56.5
91.0
Junction of Highway #696 secondary
North to community of Ranger, SK. North to community of Chitek Lake, SK. North to Saskatchewan Provincial Recreation Site.Facilities include: 26 electrified sites 18 non-electrified sites 10 seasonal sites indoor/outdoor washrooms picnic shelter.
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92.5
Community of Bapaume, SK
North of highway 2 kms.
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102.4
Junction of Highway #24
Junction of Highway #24
Town of Spiritwood, SK; all services. North to towns of Leoville, SK, Chitek Lake, SK. Chitek Lake Provincial Recreational Park campground. Attractions in and around Spiritwood, SK: - Spiritwood Music Festival - Witchekan Wildlife Federation supper - Farmer's Market.
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Junction of Highway #378 secondary
South to town of Rabbit Lake, SK, Meeting Lake Regional Park. Location: 10 km NE of Rabbit Lake off Hwy. #378 Season: May 1 - Sept 30 23 Electrical Sites, 18 Non-Electrical Sites, 14 Full Service Sites , Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch South to city of North Battleford.
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106.0
Access to Golf Course
South of highway 2 kms
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115.0
Wild Bear Road
Access to community of Mildred, SK.
78.9
127.0
View from Highway
Driving east.
Driving east.
79.9
128.6
View from Highway
Driving east
Driving east
83.9
135.0
Junction of Highway #12 & #695 secondary
Junction of Highway #12 & #695 secondary
Village of Shell Lake, SK. South on highway #12 to town of Blaine Lake. city of Saskatoon, SK. North on highway #695 to towns of Debden, SK, Big River, SK. North to Memorial Lake Regional Park. Location: Adjacent to the village of Shell Lake, SK Season: Apr 15 - Oct 15 105 Electrical Sites, 3 Full Service Sites, Picnic Area, 18 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Fishing, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Boat Launch, Nature Trails, Cross Country Skiing. North to Big River Regional Park. Location: Adjacent to Town of Big River Season: May 5 - Sept 30 18 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Full Service Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Down Hill Skiing, Snowmobiling
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144.0
Access to Emerald Lake Regional Park
South of highway 11 kms. Season: May 1 - Sept 15 17 Electrical Sites, 7 Non-Electrical Sites, 18 Full Service Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Food Service, Beach, Playground, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Nature Trails
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Community of Mont Nebo, SK
Mont Nebo, SK; is named after the biblical site east of the Dead Sea in present day Jordan.
95.9
154.4
Access to Town of Leask, SK
South of highway 34 kms.
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162.4
Access to Town of Canwood, SK
North of highway
102.5
165.0
Access to Community of Kilwinning, SK
South of highway 16 kms.
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168.2
Junction of Highway #694 (Hilldrop Road)
North to communities of Canwood, SK, Debden, SK
113.1
182.0
Junction of Highway #40
South to town of Blaine Lake, SK, city of North Battleford, SK, city of Saskatoon, SK. Attractions in and around Blaine Lake, SK: - The Doukhobor Dugout Site - Blaine Lake Museum - Martins Lake Regional Park is located 24km NW of Blaine Lake on Hwy. #12, Camping Facilities - 44 electrical, 18 non-electrical and 73 seasonal sites. Every site contains a pole barbeque, picnic table, and garbage can. Firewood is available for a fee and is centrally located. Modern washrooms have showers.
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Town of Shellbrook
All services. Visitor information booth with campground and picnic area play area,(great stop over for children).
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186.0
Junction of Highway #55
North to towns of Canwood, SK, Debden, SK. NOTE highway #55 overlaps highway #3 at this point to the city of Prince Albert. Highway #55 is called the Northern Woods and Water Route Scenic Highway. Northern Woods and Water Route which comprises an east and west scenic route along Saskatchewan Highway #9 and Saskatchewan Highway #55. The tree line marks the separation of Saskatchewan prairies and parkland and the northern lakeland and forested area.
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Junction of Highway #693 secondary
Community of Holbein. North to Sturgeon Lake Regional Park. Location: 23km N of Hwy #3 at Holbien Season: May 1 - Sept 31 18 Electrical Sites, 12 Non-Electrical Sites, Overflow area , Beach, Picnic Area, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch
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200.1
Access to Community of Crutwell, SK
South of highway
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219.1
Prince Albert Satellite Station.
South side of highway.
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221.9
McLeod Road
Access to Shell River Campground
138.0
222.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Shell River, SK
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228.6
Roadside Highway Turnout
Access from highway
143.0
230.1
View from Highway
Driving east
Driving east
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Junction of Highway #2 - The Cam Am Senic Drive Route
City of Prince Albert, SK; all services. South to cities of Saskatoon, SK; Moose Jaw, SK. North to Prince Albert National Park. Town of La Ronge, SK. East to Birch Hills, SK, Melfort, SK, Tisdale, SK. A trip along the CanAm Highway truly presents most of the faces of Saskatchewan, from the prairies of the south, through the parkland of central Saskatchewan, into the forests and lakes of the rugged Canadian Shield. Prince Albert, SK; 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. - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e

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