Saskatchewan is prairie land, with 100,000 lakes and rivers and a sky that never ends. Humming with a unique spirit that seeps through its cities, communities, and countryside, you'll discover authentic restaurants, world-class fishing, canoeing, hiking, camping, and horseback riding on your pet friendly trip to Saskatchewan.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Summer is Saskatchewan’s busiest tourist season, with most visitors flocking to the lakes and streams as temperatures climb to the triple digits. The shoulder seasons of April, May, September, October, and November are much better times for a pet friendly visit. Average highs in May hover in the 60s, and loads of sunshine frequently warm up fall days. Saskatchewan’s long, cold winters typically begin sometime in November and last well into March. This is the least popular time to visit, and the best opportunity to find deals on lodging.


Things Not To Miss

Enjoy the beautifully landscaped paths, hike the trails, or go for a paddle in the lake at Wascana Centre, the heart of the City of Regina.

With trails and access to the river, the Sutherland Beach Off-Leash Dog Park in Saskatoon is a great place to meet the local pups.

Set on nearly 1.5 million acres in central Saskatchewan, where forest, lakes, rivers, grasslands, wetlands all meet, Prince Albert National Park is a Canadian treasure. With nearly 100 miles of marked hiking trails, nine designated paddling routes, five drive-in campgrounds, 15 backcountry campgrounds, and a plenitude of sandy beaches, you and your pet will have plenty to explore!