Larger than life landscapes
The southwest region of Saskatchewan, or Cowboy Country as it's called, offers a blend of natural beauty and endless open spaces.
Visit national, provincial and regional parks and enjoy camping, hiking, wildlife viewing and more.
The unique Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is located in both Saskatchewan and Alberta, offering panoramic views of the prairies from its forested hills.
Situated in the Frenchman River Valley, the Grasslands National Park is a wildlife destination, filled with a variety of common and endangered species.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Saskatchewan Landing, Buffalo Pound, Danielson and Douglas Provincial Parks offer great camping, beaches, hiking, birdwatching, golf and more.
Explore the badlands, located in the community of Eastend or Dino Country, home to the T. Rex Discovery Centre and travel to the Great Sand Hills in Leader to see the active sand dunes.
Saskatchewan's Southwest Region offers dynamic landscapes, attractions and activities, making it a beautiful prairie destination.