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Saskatchewan #2 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway # 16 'The Yellowhead Route'
East to the town of Viscount, SK, Wynyard, SK; and Yorkton, SK. West to city of Saskatoon, SK,40 kms. North to city of Prince Albert, SK. - NOTE: For highway travel east or west via Saskatchewan Highway #16 'The Yellowhead Route' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guides, for driving directions.

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Welcome to Saskatchewan!
Welcome to Saskatchewan!
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View from highway
View from highway driving South on Highway #2. North access to communities of Wa
View from highway driving South on Highway #2. North access to communities of Wakaw, SK and St.Louis, SK. North access to Wakaw Lake Regional Park; Camping - 250 camping sites. A number of the sites provide 30 amp service for larger camping units. Full service and powered sites are available. All sites have picnic tables and fire pits. Firewood is available to campers and modern washrooms, laundry and shower facilities are situated in the campgrounds. - Attractions in and around Wakaw, SK: John G. Diefenbaker Law Office - The Wakaw Heritage Museum - Prairie Skymasters Parachute Club. - St. Louis, SK, is situated on the scenic and historic South Saskatchewan River just a few kilometers east of the famous Northwest Metis Rebellion at Batoche, SK.
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Access to community of Colonsay, SK
West side of the highway.
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John Folk Road

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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Breckner Road
West side of the highway.
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20.6
Access to community of Zelma, SK
West side of the highway.
13.5
21.7
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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22.2
Town of Young, SK
East side of the highway.
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22.5
Services, fuel available
East side at the highway.
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Murray Road
West side of the highway.
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31.3
Access to A.E. Leslie Road

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36.5
McIver Drive Road

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38.5
Renown Road
West side of the highway. Access to community of Renown - West of the highway.
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Access to fuel
East side of the highway.
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Town of Watrous, SK
Watrous, SK; is known as a legendary tourist destination due to its proximity to Manitou Beach, SK; home of the world famous Mineral Spa and Danceland dance hall (known as the 'Home of the World Famous Dance Floor Built on Horsehair'). Watrous, SK was founded in 1906. Other attractions in and around Watrous, SK: Manitou Beach gold Club - The Jubilee Drive-In - Camp Easter Seal - Anglican Stained Glass Window.
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Main street of business district of Watrous - East side at the highway. Access t
Main street of business district of Watrous - East side at the highway. Access to tourist information booth - West side at the highway.
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Little Manitou Lake
East side of the highway. Access to regional park with campgrounds. Manitou & District Regional Park: Campgrounds facilities: 93-30ampFull Service Sites, 54-15amp Electrical Sites, 8-30amp electric, 29 Drive Thru Sites, 21 Non-Electrical Sites, 5 Overflow Sites - 9 Golf Holes; Grass Greens, Driving Range, Lake, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Hiking Trails, Firewood, Public Telephone, Laundromat & Food Services nearby. The park is located along the shores of the unique and famous Little Manitou Lake,SK, which is a highly saline, lake. Folklore tells that the waters healed even those who suffered from small pox. - Attractions at Little Manitou Lake - One of the last remaining drive-in theatres in the province is adjacent to the campgrounds. The Danceland dance hall has a wooden floor cushioned with coils of horsehair.
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Junction of Highway #365
East to Manitou Beach, SK and the community of Plunkett, SK.
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Access to community of Venn, SK.
East of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Access to community of Renown, SK
West of the highway - 6 kms.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of the highway.
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Access to MST Green Terminal
West side of the highway (Mid-Saskatchewan).
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Junction of Highway #15
East access to communities of Nokomis, SK, Raymore, SK and Melville, SK ; West to Kenaston, SK, Outlook, SK and Rosetown, SK.
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Community of Simpson, SK
East of the highway. Services and fuel available at the highway. Attractions in and around Simoson, SK: Last Mountain Lake Sanctuary This is North America's oldest sanctuary for birds. Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area, Last Mountain Lake Wildlife Management Unit- Last Mountain Regional Park Campgrounds: Facilities - 124 Electrical Sites, 24 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Outdoor Pool, Swimming Lessons, Lifeguards, Boat Launch, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Ball Diamonds, Public Telephone, Firewood, Nature Trails, Bird Banding Station.
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Access to Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area
East of the highway.
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Community of Imperial, SK
Community of Imperial, SK
East side of the highway. Access to campground: - Imperial has an RV park with 30 amp electrical service, water hookups, a RV sewer dump is located in Imperial. Attractions in Imperial, SK. a 9 hole sand green golf course, 2.5 kms south of Imperial, SK
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Junction of Grid Road #747
West side of the highway. Access to community of Davidson, SK - 43 kms West of the highway.
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Roadside turnout
Access to picnic area, shelter, toilets - East side of the highway.
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Access to Etter's Beach, SK
East side of the highway. Access to Last Mountain Lake, SK.
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Community of Stalwart, SK
East of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South during harvesting time.
View from highway driving South during harvesting time.
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Junction of Grid Road #749
Access to community of Girvar, SK - 31 kms West.
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Community of Liberty
East of the highway.
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Access to campgrounds
Access to Triplet Beach - 11 kms West of the highway. Access to Last Mountain Lake, with campgrounds.
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Access to community of Penzance, SK
East of the highway.
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Town of Craik, SK
West of the highway - 27 kms.
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Junction of Grid Road #732

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Access to community of Holdfast, SK.
Access to community of Holdfast, SK.
The village of Holdfast was named for farmer John Fahlman, who decided to 'hold fast' rather than allow the railroad to build across his land.
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Junction of Grid Road #732
East access to Last Mountain Lake.
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Grid Road #733
Access to Last Mountain Lake. East access to community of Dilke, SK.
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View from highway
Photo view looking at the Arm River.
Photo view looking at the Arm River.
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Access to rest area
Picnic tables, shelters, toilets.
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Junction of Highway #11
Junction of Highway #11
North to communities of Chamberlain, SK, Hanley, SK and Dundurn, SK. Photo view from highway driving South. Note: Highway #2 overlaps Highway #11 at this point. NOTE: For highway travel north or south via Sask. Highway #11 - See Milebymile Road map Highway Travel Guide - Regina, SK to Saskatoon, SK for highway driving directions.

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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Junction of Highway #2 North
Access to communities of Chamberlain, SK, Hanley, SK and Dundurn, SK. Note: Highway #2 overlap ends at this point.
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Access to Lovering Lake, SK
West of the highway.
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Access to Buffalo Pound Lake, SK
West of the highway. Buffalo Pound Lake is the first major lake the Qu'Appelle River reaches after leaving Lake Diefenbaker, SK; by releases from the Qu'Appelle River Dam. Located 100 km southeast of Lake Diefenbaker. Access to Long and narrow Buffalo Pound Lake features beaches at Elmview and Maple Vale.
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Access to community of Bethune, SK
East of the highway - 24 kms.
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Point of Information
Northern boundary of the Qu'Appelle Valley. The Saskatchewan Qu'Appelle Valley runs from west to east across southern Saskatchewan. Its western most origins now lie flooded under the Qu'Appelle arm of Lake Diefenbaker, SK.
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View from highway
Photo view driving South, looking at the Buffalo Pound Lake, SK.
Photo view driving South, looking at the Buffalo Pound Lake, SK.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of the highway.
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View from highway
Photo view crossing Buffalo Pound Lake.
Photo view crossing Buffalo Pound Lake.
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View from highway
View from highway looking West at Buffalo Pound Lake.
View from highway looking West at Buffalo Pound Lake.
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Point of Information
Leaving the Qu'Appelle Valley.
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Access to the Prairie Harbor Cadet Point and Sand Point
East of the highway.
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Access to South Lake Resort and Sun Valley Resort
East of the highway.
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View from highway
Photo view looking at the Saskatchwan grain harvest.
Photo view looking at the Saskatchwan grain harvest.
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View from highway
Photo view looking South at community of Central Butte, SK.
Photo view looking South at community of Central Butte, SK.
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Junction of Highway #42
Access to communities of Central Butte, SK and Riverhurst, SK - West side of the highway.
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Access to Buffalo Pound Lake Provincial Park
East of the highway. Buffalo Pound Lake, SK Provincial Park,campgrounds; Campground facilities: Five campgrounds 250 campsites: Electric Sites: 102 (Near a service centre) Non-electric Sites: 107 (Near a service centre) Group Sites: 2
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Junction of Highway #202
East side of the highway.
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Eight Mile Road

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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - East side of the highway.
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Junction of Trans-Canada Highway #1
East access to cities of Regina, SK - 40 kms. West to towns of Caronport, SK and Swift Current, SK. NOTE: For highway travel east or west via 'The Trans Canada Highway' - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Alberta/Sask. border to the Manitoba Sask border for highway driving directions

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City of Moose Jaw, SK
The history behind the legendary tunnels of Al Capone and his cohorts below the streets of Moose Jaw have come to life. - Moose Jaw is home to 431 Squadron, the Canadian Military Aerobatics Team better know as the Snowbirds. - 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, Murals of Moose Jaw, Captain Jacks River Tours, Emerald Glass and Art Gallery, IMC Potash Gallery, Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, The Yvette Moore Gallery.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of the highway.
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Thatcher Drive

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Saskatchewan Avenue
Access to RCMP detachment - East side of the highway.
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Caribou Street
Access into the main business area of Moose Jaw.
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Athabasca Street
Access to Trans-Canada Highway #1.
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Fairboard Street

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High Street

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Manitoba Street
Junction of Highway #363 West to communities of Shamrock, SK and Hodgeville, SK; to Old Wives Lake. Access to tourist information center and to the tunnels.
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River Drive
Access to campgrounds and RV park - East of the highway. Note: At this point the highway is called the 'Snow Birds Highway.'
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Valley View Center
West of the highway.
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Access to 15 Wing Moose Jaw Airforce Base
West side of the highway. The Snowbirds Demonstration Team (431 Squadron) comprised of serving members of the Canadian Forces. Their pilots and technicians work to bring thrilling performances to the North American public.
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Roadside turnout
Access to weigh scales (unmanned) - West side of the highway.
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Access to community of Baildon, SK
East side of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Tilney Road
East side of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Access to community of Briercrest, SK
East of the highway - 21 kms.
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Junction of Highway #36
East to communities of Crane Valley, SK and Willow Bunch, SK. Access to community of Crestwynd, SK - West of the highway. Access to Jean Louis Legare Regional Park; Camping facilities: - The park is located 2 kilometers SW of Willow Bunch, SK, 27 Electrical Sites, 13 Non-Electrical Sites, 6 Full Service Sites, 2 Drive Thru Sites, 10 Overflow Sites, Nature Trails, 9 Golf Holes With Grass Greens, Outdoor pool, Playground, Showers, Picnic Area, Firewood, Modern Washrooms, Sewer dump station. Willow Bunch, SK; was established in 1870, is one of Saskatchewan's oldest settlements.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Dunkirk Road
Access to community of Dunkirk, SK - West side of the highway.
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Mitchellton Road
East side of the highway.
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Expanse Road
West side of the highway.
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Access to community of Mitchellton, SK
East side of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Access to community of Ardill, SK

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Junction of Grid Road #718
West side of the highway. Access to town of Mossbank, SK. Access to picnic tables - West side of the highway. Attractions at Mossbank, SK - The Old Wives Lake Festival; a commemoration of the first meeting between the Sioux and the NWMP - Mossbank and District Museum. The Museum is a complex of five principal buildings and a grounds featuring several smaller buildings and antique machinery.
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Junction of Highway #43
West to communities of Gravelbourg, SK,Pambrun SK, and Neville, SK.
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Access to community of Vantage, SK
West of the highway.
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Thompson Road

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Community of Congress, SK
West of the highway.
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Access to airport
East side of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #13 West
Access to communities of Lafleche, SK, Ponteix, SK and Shaunovon, SK; This highway known as the 'Red Coat Trail'. Access to services, gas and diesel. Note: Highway #13 overlaps Highway #2 at this point. - The Red Coat Trail is a 1300 km route that approximates the path taken in 1874 by the North West Mounted Police in their quest to bring law and order to the western part of Canada.
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Junction of highway #13 west
Access to Lafleche, SK; 42 kms west - The Town of Lafleche has six electric campsites, with picnic table and fire pits. - Access to Thomson Lake Regional Park Campground: Location: 8km N of Lafleche, SK; 40 Power sites, 193 full hook up sites. The sites have picnic tables, fire pits with grates, water, Firewood, Washroom facilities are modern with flush toilets in the areas and in the coin-operated shower houses.
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Town of Assiniboia, SK
Assiniboia's name is taken from the Aboriginal name; The name means 'one who cooks with stones'. - Attractions in and around Assiniboia, SK: Assiniboia and District Museum - Avonlea Creek Badlands - Big Muddy Badlands & Outlaw Caves - Claybank Brick Plant Historical Site - Grasslands National Park - Medicine Lodge Outfitters - Our Lady of the Assumption Co-Cathedral - Poplar River Mine - Poplar River Power Station - St. Victor Petroglyphs Provincial Historic Park - Wood Mountain Post Provincial Historic Park.
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Services, gas and diesel
West side at the highway.
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Center Street
Business section of Assiniboia, SK. Junction of Highway #13 East to communities of Weyburn, SK and Carlyle, SK. Note: Highway #13 overlap ends at this point. Saskatchewan Highway #13 is called This highway known as the 'Red Coat Trail'
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Roadside turnout
Access to information sign - East side of the highway. Western boundary of town of Assiniboia.
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Access to community of St. Victor, SK
East of the highway. Access to St. Victor's Petroglyphs Provincial Historic Park - East of the highway. The St. Victor Petroglyphs are one of Saskatchewan's mysteries. No one knows who carved them, why they were carved or even when they were carved. There over 300 Petroglyphs on site. Attraction in St Victor; The Le Beau Village Museum, located on Main St. in St. Victor. Access to Sylvan Valley Regional Park Campground: Camping - Location: 2km S of St. Victor and 1km W - 21 Electrical Sites, 30 Non-Electrical Sites, Picnic Area, Beach, Showers & Modern Washrooms in town, Ball Diamonds, Firewood.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Access to Wood Mountain, SK
West side of the highway 29 kms.
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Access to community of St. Victor, SK
East side of the highway - 9 kms.
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Access to Scout Lake
West side of the highway.
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Junction of Grid Road #705
Access to Wood Mountain Post Provincial Historic Park - West side of the highway. Access to community of Willow Bunch - 31 kms East of the highway.
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Lisieux Road
West side of the highway.
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Community of Lisieux, SK

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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Community of Rockglen, SK.
Community of Rockglen, SK.
Rockglen, SK is situated in the Wood Mountain Uplands. This area was not affected by the last glacial movement, our fossils are often not buried by tons of overburden. Over the years these hills have yielded trilobites from 425 million years ago and brontosaurus skeletons from 100 million years ago.
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Railway Avenue. Junction of Highway #18 East to community of Coronach. Access to
Railway Avenue. Junction of Highway #18 East to community of Coronach. Access to rv park - 150 yards East of the highway. Access to the business district of Rockglen. Note: Highway #2 overlaps Highway #18 at this point. Photo view of the town campsite in Rockglen.
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South Hill Road

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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Point of Information
Rural Municipality of Old Post - Northern boundary.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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Canopus Road
West of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
Access to community of Killdeer, SK. Photo view from highway driving South.
Access to community of Killdeer, SK. Photo view from highway driving South.
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Photo View from highway
Photo View from highway
Junction of Highway #18 West to communities of Wood Mountain, SK, Mankota, SK and Frontier, SK. Note: Highway #2 overlap of Highway #18 overlap ends at this point. Access to Wood Mountain Post Provincial Park: The North West Mounted Police detachment patrolled the border from 1874 to 1918, regulating whiskey traders, horse thieves and cattle rustlers. The Wood Mountain Post relates the story of Major James Walsh of the NWMP and how he negotiated with Sioux Chief Sitting Bull who brought 5,000 followers into Saskatchewan after the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. Interpretive staff will take you through two reconstructed building furnished with displays. Camping - No camping facilities are available. - Access to Wood Mountain Regional Park Campground: Location: 8km S of the community of Wood Mountain Season: May 15 - September 6 24 Full Service, 34 Electrical Sites (including 2 group sites), 60 Non-Electrical Sites, Picnic Area, Pool area Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fire Wood, Ice, Telephones, Nature Trails, Ball Diamonds, Laundromat, Pets Permitted.
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Point of Information
Crossing Poplar River.
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Access to campgrounds
South side of the highway.
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US/Canada border crossing
End of highway travel guide. NOTE: For highway travel south: See - Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide U.S.A. Montana Highway #24 - US/Can Border to Glascow, Montana for highway driving directions. -e

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