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Saskatchewan #39 Highway Guide

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Canada / United States Border Crossing Point
Community of North Portal. Saskatcheawn Visitor Information Center
5.6
9.0
Junction of Saskatchewan Grid Roadway #703
West to Port of Estavan & Canada / U S Border Crossing Point
10.1
16.2
View from highway
Driving north.
10.6
17.0
Access to the community of Roche Percee, SK
West of highway. Roche Percee,SK; Short Creek Cairn, is near the Roche Percee turn off from Highway #39. Located just off of Sk Hwy #39, are two arches created by limestone rocks upon which historic animals, and initials are carved. The local first nation found this site to be a power centre.
21.9
35.3
City of Estavan, SK - Photo view from highway
The Estevan area is rich in energy resources. Hardwoods which grew here 25 million years ago have been formed into the area's lignite coal, and marine plants and animals of the Paleozoic era have given Estavan, abundant oil and gas reserves. - Attractions in ans around Estavan, SK: Estevan Art Gallery & Museum, Estevan Fair & Pro Rodeo, Estevan Motor Speedway, Free Guided Energy Tours, Hidden Valley Golf Resort, NWMP Museum, Souris Valley Leisure Centre, Souris Valley Museum, Souris Valley Theatre, Woodlawn Golf Club.
30.0
48.3
Community of Hitchcock, SK

40.0
64.3
Community of Macoun, SK
Photo looking at the community of Macoun, SK.
50.0
80.5
Town of Midale, SK
Services at highway, fuel gas, diesel, west side of highway. - Mainprize Regional Park is located just 12 kilometers away, on the Rafferty Reservoir. Camping: Season: May 1 - September 30 50 Full Service Sites, 10-30amp Electrical Sites and 34-20amp Electrical Sites, Non Electric Sites, 10-15amp Overflow Sites, Beach, Playground, Beach Volleyball, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Lake, Fishing, Boating, Boat Launch.
53.3
85.8
Access to the Community of Goodwater, SK
West of highway 19 kms.
56.2
90.5
Midale Oil Field Road
East side of highway.
58.4
94.0
Community of Halbrite, SK
Junction of Grid Roadways #705 & #606, west side of highway.
67.0
107.8
Community of Ralf, SK
West of highway.
71.2
114.5
Access to Nickle Lake Regional Park
West of highway 3 kms. Nickle Lake Regional Park: Season: May 1 - October 1 134 Electrical Sites, 26 Non-Electrical Sites, Mini-Golf, Food Service, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fishing, Boat Launch, Cross-Country Skiing
74.1
119.3
Inland Terminal Road
East side of highway.
74.6
120.0
Roadside turnout with information sign
East side of highway.
75.9
122.2
City of Weyburn, SK
Welcome to Weyburn, Sk - A post office was opened in 1895 and a land office in 1899 in anticipation of the land rush which transpired. Attractions in and around Weyburn: - Signal Hill Arts Centre - Allie Griffin Art Gallery - T.C. Douglas Centre for Performing Arts - Soo Line Historical Museum - Weyburn and Area Heritage Village - Turner Curling Museum - W.O. Mitchell Residence.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Souris River, SK . The Souis River is 700 km (435 mi) in length, originating in Saskatchewan and passing through North Dakota and Manitoba. It ends at its confluence with the Assiniboine River at Treesbank near Brandon, Manitoba.
76.4
122.9
Third Street
Access to Visitor Information Center, east side of highway.
76.6
123.2
Junction of highway #35
South to the Communities of Colgate, SK, Tribune, SK. North to Qu'appele, SK, Fort Qu'appelle, SK, Wadena, SK; NOTE: The Highway at this point is called 'The CanAm Highway'- The CanAm Highway stretches south into Texas, and crosses into Saskatchewan at the Port of Oungre.
78.2
125.8
Junction of highway #13 ( The Red Coat Trail )
The Red Coat Trail : The Red Coat Trail is a 1300-km route that approximates the path taken in 1874 by the NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE in their 'March West' to bring law and order to the Canadian West.
78.4
126.2
Access to R V Park, Campground
East side of highway.
79.2
127.5
Roadside turnout with information sign
Paved turnout with garbage stand, west side of highway.
81.5
131.1
Wheat Centre Road
East side of highway.
84.8
136.5
Community of McTaggart, SK
Weast side of highway.
92.4
148.7
View from highway
Driving north
93.0
149.6
Junction of Saskatchewan Grid Roadway #621

93.0
149.7
Community of Yellow Grass, SK
East side of highway. Yellow Grass, SK; named after the yellow prairie grass that surrounds the area.
93.5
150.5
Access to Campground
West side of highway.
94.2
151.6
Junction of Saskatchewan Grid Roadway #621
Access to the community of Trossachs, SK, west of highway.
104.7
168.5
View from highway
Driving north.
105.3
169.5
Community of Lang, SK
East of highway.
113.7
182.9
Community of Milestone, SK
Services at highway, access to campground.
116.5
187.5
View from highway
Driving north.
118.4
190.5
View from highway
Driving north.
118.4
190.6
Junction of highway #6 south
South to the community of Pangman, SK.
119.9
193.0
Junction of highway #334
West to the communities of Avonlea, SK, Claybank, SK.
120.5
193.9
Junction of highway #6 north
North to the City of Regina. NOTE: The CanAm Highway leaves highway #39 and joins highway #6 north, at this point.
122.1
196.5
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout, no services, east side of highway.
125.2
201.5
View from highway
Driving north.
125.8
202.5
Community of Wilcox, SK
Welcome to Wilcox.
136.1
219.0
Community of Rouleau, Saskatchewan
Access to the CTV's television show, Corner Gas Station. This is where the show is filmed.
139.3
224.1
Access to the Community of Avonlea, SK
West of highway, 30 kms. The Avonlea, SK; is named after the novel 'Anne of Avonlea', written by the famous Canadian author, Lucy Maud Montgomery.
140.4
225.9
Access to the Community of Pense, SK
East of highway 20 kms.
148.5
239.0
Community of Drinkwater, SK

150.7
242.5
Six Mile Road
East side of the highway.
154.5
248.7
Junction of highway #339
West of highway to the Communities of Briercrest, SK, Claybank, SK; Access to Claybank Brick National Historic Site. The Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site is the Best Preserved Brick-making Site in North America. Brick manufactured at the plant are found in facades of many prestigious buildings across Saskatchewan as well as many other provinces. Face bricks were produced until 1960s, and adorns such prominent buildings as the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City. The beautiful Gravelbourg Cathedral has a facade made entirely of Claybank brick. The fire boxes of the CN and CP rail line locomotives, and of the Corvette warships in World War II, were lined with fire bricks.
160.4
258.2
Community of Pasqua, SK
West of highway.
161.4
259.8
Community of Tiney, SK
West of highway 19 kms.
162.5
261.5
Junction of the Trans Canada Highway #1
West to the city of Moose Jaw, SK, 5kms. East to the City of Regina, SK. North to the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park, via highway #301,22kms. Campsite facilities at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park - Wood barbecue/firepit, Full hook-up sites, 108 non-electric sites, 100 Electric sites only, Electric & water sites, Tenting sites, 30 amp service, Picnic tables, Group camping - Attractions in and around Moose Jaw, SK: - 15 Wing Military Aviation Museum, Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum, Western Development Museum, Temple Gardens, Mineral Spa, Trolley Company, Tunnels of Moose Jaw , Wakamow Valley, Walking Tours, IMC Potash Gallery, Murals of Moose Jaw, Captain Jacks River Tours, Yvette Moore Gallery, Emerald Glass and Art Gallery, Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery.
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261.5
Start finish of Highway Travel Guide
NOTE: For highway travel east or west, via Saskatchewan Highway #1 ' The Trans Canada Highway' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Trans Canada Highway #1 - Alberta to Manitoba Border for driving directions. -e