Explore a beautiful wetland to relax and connect with the outdoors any time of year. Click below to learn about local wetland destinations in Saskatchewan, ready for your visit.
Hit the trails and immerse yourself in habitat that's home to a host of migratory birds and other wildlife. In spring, say hello to high numbers of nesting Canada geese who flock to the nesting islands and structures. Located in the North Saskatchewan River valley between North Battleford and the town of Battleford. Trails, Observation tower, Parking. Battleford, SK.
Experience the richness of a prairie parkland landscape at this 148-acre (60-hectare) project dedicated to the restoration and conservation of prairie wetlands. Enjoy five groomed nature trails and a shelter for education programs. Located in the Rural Municipality of Corman Park, southwest boundary of Saskatoon. Groomed trails, Dedication cairn. Saskatoon, SK.
Come and see this Saskatchewan Heritage Marsh with a nature centre, walking trails and other amenities. Spanning 6,500 acres (2,630 hectares), the marsh is a staging area for thousands of geese, ducks, cranes and swans on their southward migration. Located off Hwy 16, 10 kms northwest of Foam Lake. Trails, Boardwalk, Viewing stand, Parking. Town of Foam Lake, SK.
Explore a slice of nature in the city where native prairie and wetlands attract nesting birds and other wildlife. This is a City of Saskatoon Park with naturalized uplands and wetlands that are part of the city’s stormwater system. Enjoy asphalt and crusher dust trails for hiking and biking in all four seasons. Located in Saskatoon's Rosewood neighbourhood. Groomed trails, Parking. Saskatoon, SK.
Explore 160 acres (65 hectares) of restored grasslands, native prairie and wetlands. Whether you're looking for a place to birdwatch, hunt or hike, you'll find some great natural habitat here that's accessible year-round. Located approx. 45 kms northeast of Regina. Dedication cairn. Regina, SK.
McKell Wascana Conservation Park is a 171-acre (69-hectare) park space in Regina. Developed in partnership with the City of Regina and the Bob McKell family, the park offers four kilometres of groomed nature trails with interpretive stations and benches, a dock, entry plaza and amphitheatre for educational programming. Groomed trails, Parking. Regina, SK.
Observe numerous species of waterfowl and see why Ducks Unlimited Canada has chosen this 1,020-acre (413-hectare) site to honour special donors and conservationists. Located 75 kms west of Saskatoon. Note: Be aware of grazing cattle. Dedication cairn, Hidden gem. Saskatoon, SK.
Discover rolling hills, ample wetlands and aspen parkland at this 6,400-acre (2,590-hectare) working ranch. Touchwood Hills showcases how wetland conservation programs are combined with sustainable agricultural practices. Note: Be aware of grazing cattle. Located 100 kms northeast of Regina. Hidden gem, Native grasslands, Dedication cairn. Regina, SK.
It's a wildlife haven frequented by mule deer, white-tailed deer and moose. While visiting Ducks Unlimited Canada's Walter project, you'll be exposed to 480 acres (194 hectares) of tame grass, native prairie and wetlands used by many nesting waterfowl and other birds. Located approx. 70 kms southeast of Saskatoon. Note: Be aware of grazing cattle. Native grasslands, Hidden gem. Saskatoon, SK.
It takes a collaborative approach to conserve these critical habitats, and our work here builds on the spirit of community embodied by the people of Saskatchewan.
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