Home of The Stack and The Hundred Stairs
Flin Flon, Manitoba gained worldwide attention in 2002 when it became the site of a government approved marijuana farm. Built on a volcano, there are tons of things to see and do and plenty of stories about the city’s past.
Friendly Cowboys, Rich Heritage & Close to the Rest
Close to Medicine Hat, Alberta, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Fort Walsh, Eastend, Robsart, and many other area hot spots, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan makes it easy to settle in and explore the local area. The lifestyle and skyline are much the same as they were more than 100 years ago, so you’ll not just see the area’s heritage, but get an opportunity to live it. It’s everything you need for a memorable Saskatchewan experience.
All Hail the Hoodoos, Dinosaurs and Mining History
Drumheller, Alberta may be in the Badlands region, have hoodoos and friendly people, but let’s be honest: It’s all about dinosaurs. In fact, it is THE place in Canada for dinosaur aficionados. And it’s close to Calgary and Medicine Hat, so it’s easy to fit into your Alberta travel plans.
Ride a Steam Train & Experience the Gold Rush
With a history of bribery, backstabbing, murder and debauchery, you just know a visit to the heritage town of Fort Steele, British Columbia is going to be an interesting one. While the town no longer has any permanent residents, there are still a ton of things to see and do there. It’s close to Cranbrook, BC, the famous Crowsnest Pass, Fernie, BC and Pincher Creek, Alberta, too.
Convenient Wilderness With Just a Touch of Modern History
With its isolation and undeveloped wilderness, Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba made the ideal WWII POW camp. Today, those same traits make it a beautiful place to enjoy the outdoors and a bit of natural history. If you’re traveling through the area on your way to Dauphin, make sure to take a few days (or weeks) to explore this peaceful parkland.
The Trapper's Festival and Untamed Outdoor Adventures
Being in Northern Manitoba and one of the last communities north before you run out of road, The Pas has always been an important hub of activity for the province. It also means the town is surrounded by untamed wilderness much of which has never been developed in any way. If you’re looking for a more natural vacation with plenty of outdoor activities, be sure to add The Pas to your Manitoba vacation plans.
Boreal Forest Beauty & First Nations History Galore
Located along Manitoba’s Interlakes, Whiteshell Provincial Park is most noted by its pink granite ridges and flat petroforms. Today, the almost 3,000 square kilometres of park is filled with remote lakes, boreal forest and First Nations history to enjoy.
History and Modern Wonder Blend Beautifully
With so much history, almost every street tells its own unique story of Winnipeg, Manitoba. You can see what the area was like in the 1700s or look to the future at the many science centres and observatories. Take in the natural sites of the city’s parks and green spaces, or enjoy Manitoba’s exciting nightlife. Whether you’re seeking a fun, family getaway, a romantic retreat or just some time away, Winnipeg has just what you need.
Cowboys, Mountains and the Arts
The largest city in Alberta, Calgary has absolutely everything and anything you could want to see or do. Not afraid to be loud and proud, the city is as passionate about its history and tradition as it is about its economic growth and prominence in Canadian culture. It’s a great place to start your Alberta vacation.
Jasper National Park and Your Gateway to The Rockies
West of Edmonton, in the Rocky Mountain’s Athabasca River Valley, you’ll find Jasper, Alberta and Jasper National Park — The perfect spot to base your Rocky Mountain vacation from. With a ton of activities and conveniences, it has everything you could need for your trip. The town also has a variety of winter and summer activities to fill your Alberta travel itinerary.
A Popular Recreation Area Since the 1880s
It’s natural scenery and convenient location have made Bragg Creek, Alberta tourist hot spot since the early 1900s. See the sights on horseback, have a picnic or enjoy the hamlet’s many amenities and make your Alberta vacation one you won’t soon forget.
All the Convenience of Town With the Beauty of the Mountains
If you’re in the Calgary area, be sure to take the short drive west to Banff, Alberta. A small resort town in the Rocky Mountains, the area is filled with natural wonders including natural hot springs, Sulphur Mountain and Bow Falls. And there are definitely plenty of photo opportunities! If you’d like to visit the mountains, but still want to enjoy modern amenities, Banff is the ideal place to go.
Go Skijoring, Learn About the Forts or Enjoy the Scenery
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta has a wild and adventurous past and it is still that way. Learn about the town’s sordid past and take in the beautiful scenery along the way. You’ll be glad you did.
Alberta's Cultural Hub and Festival Capital
Alberta’s second-largest city, Edmonton, Alberta is also the province’s cultural hub. No matter what you’re interested in, the city is sure to have an attraction or event related to it. It’s also close to Canada’s north and the mountains, so it’s a fantastic destination to include in your travel itinerary.
Home of the World's Largest Bunnock
The bustling town of Macklin, Saskatchewan has found itself smack dab in the middle of one of the most productive oil and gas fields in the country. And with its recent growth, the town is able to offer many of the conveniences of a large city without the hustle and bustle that often comes with it. While you’re here, be sure to try your hand at a game of bunnock, visit the town’s historic sites and take some fantastic photos of the countryside.
Home of the World's Largest Pea Plant and Proudly Francophone
The small francophone hamlet of St Isidore de Bellevue proudly shares its francophone heritage and stunning views from nearby Minnitinas Hill. It’s a photo opportunity you don’t want to miss!
Home of the World's Largest Chokecherry Branch and Chokecherry Festival
If you’ll need to cross the South Saskatchewan River, use the Lancer Ferry. And if you do that, be sure to have a wander through the little village of Lancer, Saskatchewan. Small and quiet, this little village has a booming tourism industry that grows every year with the help of its famous Chokecherry Festival.
Saskatchewan's Moonshine Capital
Once Canada’s Moonshine Capital, Vonda, Saskatchewan is better known today as a important francophone community (and for its locally made farm machinery). Start your visit with a look at the World’s Largest Still and finish it off by taking in the sights.
Home of the World's Largest Tomahawk & Cut Knife Hill Battlefield
The home of the 1885 Rebellion and the Battle of Cut Knife Hill, Cut Knife, Saskatchewan has a ton of fascinating stories to tell you and artifacts to show you. Start with the giant tomahawk and end with memories that’ll last a lifetime.
Home of the World's Largest Coffee Pot and Metis Fiddler
Located at the midpoint between Moose Jaw, Regina and Saskatoon, Davidson, Saskatchewan is a great place to stretch your legs and see the sights. Check out the world’s largest coffee pot. Or, head to a local eating establishment and enjoy a coffee and bite to eat before camping or checking in for the night.
Home of the World's Largest Oiler
Rocanville, Saskatchewan has always played an important role in the country’s economy and history. Now, it’s activities, friendly people and beautiful scenery can also be an important part of your Canadian Prairie vacation.
A Small Railway Town With a Spectacular View
With strong historical roots, it’s clear to see Wikie, Saskatchewan still maintains the excitement and love of the area that came with the area’s original settlers. You’ll love the town’s atmosphere and willingness to let go and celebrate the world we live in.
Home of the World's Largest Gopher
A small town close to the South Saskatchewan River, Eston is always a fun stop on your way through. Quiet, peaceful and picturesque, you’ll love visiting with the locals or having your picture taken next to its 8′ gopher.
Home of the World's Largest Loonie
The town of Churchbridge may be small, but it’s mighty. Located close to Kamsack. Moosmin and Esterhazy, you’ll find lots of beautiful little back roads to travel along. It’s close to several lakes, streams and parks, and it’s right along the famous Yellowhead Highway, so it’s easy to get to. In fact, it’s a fantastic place to stop if you’re camping or just travelling through.
Home of the Snowbirds, Al Capone & Mac the Moose
Best known for its 32-foot moose, Al Capone’s tunnels, the Snowbirds and the giant downtown murals, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan is impossible not to love. Learn more about the city’s best places to go, things to do, spots to relax and places to eat.
Capital of Saskatchewan & the Province's Second Largest City
Saskatchewan’s capital city has been known for being outspoken and different since before it was a city. Find out what makes Regina special and different from any other prairie city.
The York Boat, Saskatchewan's First Freemasons Lodge & Gateway to the North
The third largest city in Saskatchewan, Prince Albert is a fantastic spot to stop if you’d like to add a bit of city life to your Saskatchewan vacation. Filled with tons of activities, accommodations and places to eat, and near lots of outdoor recreational areas like the Prince Albert National Park, you could spend weeks exploring it all.
A Stunning Valley With a Romantic Story
The Qu’appelle River Valley is a stunning natural wonder, but it also has deep historical roots. An important location for the local aboriginal peoples and the fur trade, people have been exploring and enjoying the valley for centuries.
Resort Town and Winter Festival at the Beach? Why Not?
Denare Beach, Saskatchewan, along the banks of Amisk Lake flawlessly blends the area’s natural beauty with the convenience of a small village to give the area a resort-like atmosphere. It’s perfect if you’re looking for an outdoor vacation with a little something for everyone.