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Junction of Highway #9 ( The Saskota Flyway Scenic Drive Route ).
Town of Canora. Canora is known as the Heart of Good Spirit Country There are several lakes and parks, including Crystal Lake, Good Spirit Lake and Duck Mountain Provincial Park. South to Good Spirit Provincial Park. North to towns of Sturis, SK, Preeceville, SK. 'The Saskota Flyway' (Highway 9) is known as the International Road to Adventure, because it takes you from Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, all the way south to Bismarck, North Dakota - NOTE: For highway travel south via Saskatchewan Highway #9 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide City of Yorkton, SK to Canora, Sk; for highway driving directions

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Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, SK
South via #9 highway. Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, Camping Facilities - Three campgrounds with 215 sites: Electric Sites: 127 (near a service centre) Non-electric Sites: 88 (near a service centre), as well as 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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Junction of Highway #651 secondary
Access to Good Spirit Provincial Park. South of highway.
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Junction of Highway #664 secondary
North to towns of Sturgis, SK, Preeceville, SK. - Attractions in and around Sturgis, SK - Sturgis Ski Hill - Sturgis Museum - Sturgis Sports & Rodeo 'Saskatchewan's Largest One Day Sports & Rodeo' - Sturgis Regional Park : Camping facilities - Location: North side of Sturgis, SK Season: May 1 - October 30 10 Electrical Sites, 15 Non-Electrical Sites, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Nature Trails. - Attractions in and around Preeceville, SK - The Preeceville and District Heritage Museum - Western Days - Mushers Rendezvous - Lions Trade Show - The Preeceville & District Wildlife Federation Campground: 10 electrical sites with running water and showers; access from the campground to Annie Laurie Lake.
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Town of Buchanan, SK

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Junction of Highway #47
South to community of Springside. South to Good Spirit Provincial Park. North to town of Preeceville.
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Junction of Highway #755 secondary
Community of Rama, SK, services at highway. South to community of Theodore, SK. North to community of HazelDell, SK, 27 kms. Attractions in and around Theodore, SK - Theodore Heritage Museum - Whitesand Regional Park - Camping faclities: Located: 10km NE of Theodore off Hwy. #16 Season: May 1 - September 15 15 - 50amp Full Service Sites, 13 - 15amp Electrical Sites, 12 Non-Electrical Sites, 2 Drive Thru Sites, Group Camping, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Golf Cart/Club Rentals, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Concession, Picnic Area, Playground, Modern Washrooms, Showers, Lake, Fishing, Boating, Boat Launch, Volleyball, Firewood.
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Community of Invermay, SK

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Services at Highway
North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #617 secondary
North to communities of Okla, SK, Lintlaw, SK.
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Community of Margo. SK
South side of highway.
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Access to Community of Nut Mountain, SK
North of Highway 37 kms.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
South side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #310
Community of Kuroki, SK. Access to Fishing Lake Regional Park, south of highway. Location: #1-24km NE of Foam Lake on Hwy. #30, #2-Saskin Beach-16km N of Foam Lake on Hwy. #310 or 12km SE of Wadena Season: May 1 - Oct 31 136 Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Nature Trails
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View from highway
Driving west to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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Junction of Highway #38
North to town of Kelvington, SK. North to Greenwater Provincial Park. Greenwater Lake Provincial Park is a natural environment park approximately 202 square kilometers (78 square miles). It is a boreal forest of trembling aspen and white spruce. The park has 4 campgrounds with over a 100 camping sites there are some electrical sites.
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Access to Fishing Lake Regional Park
Buckhorn Bay, Saskatoon Beach, south of highway 3 kms.
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Junction of Highway #665

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Community of Kylemore, SK

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Town of Wadena, Saskatchewan
All services. Northern Gateway to the Quill Lakes International Bird Area. All services. - Attractions in and around Wadena, SK: Wadena & District Museum; On site youll find antique machinery, (dating back to 1914), a pioneer one room school house, CNR caboose and jigger, nature and wildlife displays - Wadena Wildlife Wetlands - Wadena Curling Club & Rec Center Park - Main street Murals (walking brochure available) - Wadena Campgrounds; The campground boosts 6 electrical sites as well as extensive area for tents. The old Pool House is open for the use of washrooms and showers.
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Access to campground
Town Picnic Area and Campground. R V dump station. Located next to new swimming pool.
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Information Centre
Wadena Museum and Nature Centre. South 1 mile on Hwy 35, east side of highway. Located in 1904 Train Station. Also a one room schoolhouse, vintage machinery, blacksmith shop, and Brice Homestead. Nature centre features wetland diorama with marsh birds and muskrat house.
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Access to Wildlife Viewing Area
Wadena Wildlife Wetlands Viewing Area. Lookout towers, walking trials, board walk, picnic area, and interpretive signage. Area hosts millions of ducks, geese, shorebirds and cranes. South 3 miles on Hwy 35, then west 4 miles.
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Junction of Highway # 35
North to towns of Rose Valley, SK, Tisdale, SK. North to Greenwater Lake Provincial Park . South to Touchwood Hills Post Historical Site Provincial Park. No facilities. Touchwood Hills Post, built in 1879, was the last of several Hudsons Bay Company fur trade posts established in the area. The Carlton Trail and a telegraph line passed through this post making it an integral part of the network of posts, trails and communication systems which developed in the province in the 19th century. Today only the cellar depressions of the post and a segment of the Carlton Trail remain. A plaque commemorates the site and concrete markers outline the building locations. - South to Echo Valley Provincial Park, Campground. - Campground Facilities: Valleyview and Aspen campgrounds feature 221 campsites, 153 of which are electrified. Both campgrounds have a service centre with hot showers. Lakeview campground is located 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. There are several group-camping areas in the park. These include two RV group sites with a multiple plug-in power pedestal at each.
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Services at Highway
North side of highway
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Access to Wadena Airport
South side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Information sign on Wadena and the Wadena Wetlands. South side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
South side of highway.
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Access to Clair Lake Regional Park
South of highway. Camping Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Playground.
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View from Highway
Driving west to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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Community of Clair, SK
South of highway
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Village of Quill Lake, SK
Photo view from Highway. Driving west to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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Campground
South side of highway.
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Services at Highway
Fuel
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Town of Watson, SK
All services. Watson, SK, is named after Senator Robert Watson. Watson, SK celebrated its first Santa Claus Day in 1922, and has erected a 25-foot-high Santa Claus to commemorate this event.
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Junction of Highway #6 south ( The Can Am Highway )
South to MaNabe Recreational Park, 400 mtrs. Season: Apr 15 - Oct 15 8 Electrical Sites, 1 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Food Service, Outdoor Pool, Swimming Lessons, Lifeguards, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms Services at highway. South to Raymore, city of Regina.
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Junction of Highway #6 ( The CanAm Highway )
North to Towns of Naicam, SK; The city of Melfort, SK, town of Choiceland, SK. - The CanAm Highway stretches south into Texas
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Community of Englefeld
Services at highway
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Junction of Highway #667 secondary
Access to community of Leroy, SK, 27 kms south of highway. South to Leroy Leisureland Regional Park.Campsites: 14 Elec, 8 N/Elec, 14 Elec. Season: May 1 - Oct. 1 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Food Service, Outdoor Pool, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Lifeguards, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms
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Junction of Highway #368 - Photo St. Brieux Regional Park
North to communities of Lake Lenor, St Brieux. Location: 1km W of St. Brieux Season: May 11 - Sept 10 54 Electrical Sites, 16 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Swimming Lessons, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Nature Trails, Cross Country Skiing
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Community of Muenster, SK
South of highway. Muenster, SK is home to St. Peter's College, an affiliate of the University of Saskatchewan. St. Peter's College, was originally founded by the Benedictine monks of St. Peters Abbey in 1921.
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Town of Humboldt, SK
All services. Humboldt, SK takes its name from Baron Alexander von Humboldt, a famous German naturalist and explorer. - Attractions in and around Humboldt, SK: Humboldt & District Museum & Gallery - Humboldt's Murals - Humboldt Historic Water Tower - Willkommen Centre - Humboldt & Area Vintage & Antique Club - St. Peter's Cathedral - St. Peter's Abbey - Assumption Church - Watching Woman - Mount Carmel.
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Visitor Information Centre
North side of highway
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Access to campground

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Junction of Highway #20
South to community of Guernsey, SK, North to community of Middle Lake, SK, town of Birch Hills, SK. Access to Lucien Lake Regional Park Campground. Camping facilities; Location: 40km N of Humboldt (at the village of Middle Lake) Season: May 15 - September 15 65 Electrical Sites, 8 Non-Electrical Sites, Driving Range, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Lake, Boating, Fishing, Boat Launch, Ball Diamonds, Public Telephone, Firewood, Walking Trails.
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Access to Waldsea Lake Regional Park
North of highway 8 kms. Season: May 19 - Sept 17 5 Electrical Sites, 9 Non-Electrical Sites, 10 Full Service Sites , Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Boat Launch, Nature Trails, Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling
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Junction of Highway #669 secondary
North to communities of Fulda, SK, Pilger, SK.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel, garbage container. South side of highway.
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Access to community of Carmel, SK
North of highway 3 kms.
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View from Highway
Driving west
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Junction of Highway #670
North to community of Bruno, SK 6 kms
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Community of Peterson, SK
South of highway
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Junction of Highway #2
South to towns of Young, SK, Watrous, SK, city of Regina, SK. North to towns of Cudworth, SK, Wakaw, SK, city of Prince Albert, SK. NOTE Highway #2 overlaps highway #5 at this point for 6 kms. South access to Manitou Beach, SK; home of the world famous Mineral Spa and Danceland dance hall.
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Junction of Highwa #2
Highway #2 overlap ends at this point and continues south.
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Access to community of Elstow, SK
South of highway 18 kms.
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Junction of Highway #671 secondary
North to community of St.Dennis 3 kms. North to community of Vonda 19kms.
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Access to community of Blucher, SK
South of highway 19 kms.
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Junction of Highway #316
South to community of Clavet.
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Point of Interest
Tourist Information Radio Station 91.7 FM
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Junction of Highway #41
North to towns of Aberdeen, SK, Wakaw, SK. City of Melfort, SK. Services at highway, fuel, diesel. NOTE: For highway travel via Saskatchewan highway #41 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Saskatoon to Melfort, SK, for highway driving directions & highway photos

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Truck Weigh Scale
East side of highway.
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Eastern Limits City of Saskatoon, SK
Attractions in and around Saskatoon, Sask: - Batoche National Historic Site - Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Collector's Choice Art Gallery - Cranberry Flats Conservation Area - Diefenbaker Canada Centre - Doukhobor Dugout House Inc. - Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre - Glen Scrimshaw Gallery - 8th Street - Marr Residence - Meewasin Valley Centre & Gift Shop - Meewasin Valley Trail - Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory - Western Development Museum - Wanuskewin Heritage Park - SIGA Enchanted Forest - Shearwater Boat Tours - Seager Wheeler National Historic Site - Saskatoon Symphony - Saskatoon Natural Grassland - Saskatchewan Railway Museum - Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo - Saskatchewan Native Theatre Co. - Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre - Saskatchewan International Raceway - Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame - Off Broadway Dinner Theatre.
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Junction of Highway #11
City of Saskatoon, SK. South to Towns of Dundurn, SK, Davidson, SK; city of Regina, SK. - South to Blackstrap Provincial Park. - Camping; 30 campsites at Kevin Misfeldt campground, located south of the mountain, and 20 at Hazelnut Grove campground to the north. All campers have access to the hot showers and modern conveniences - playground and beach adjacent to the camping area, fresh water, sewage disposal and firewood. West to downtown Saskatoon, SK. North to services, shopping malls. NOTE for highway travel, via Saskatchewan Highway #11 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide Regina, SK, to Saskatoon, SK, for highway driving directions - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e