2703 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon, SK S7K 6P7 Directions
Meewasin Park is surrounded by large, mature trees, with a few fireplaces distributed across the green fields, it makes for a great outing and little campfire outside the backyard. A sand floored playground is available for kids to play, and a paved walking path through green fields give an awesome option for healthy activity. You can also enjoy a beautiful walking path along the South Saskatchewan River that goes downtown and connect to the bridges. It has a native grassland, flora, and fauna. It offers from the mesmerizing song of the Western Meadowlark to the calming scent of wild Prairie Crocuses. The Meewasin Park has seasonal canoe and interpretive cross country ski tours.
Cross Country Skiing, Lookouts, Jogging, Rollerblading, Biking, Walking, Activity Destinations, Picnic Tables, Playground & Washrooms
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CRANBERRY FLATS CONSERVATION AREA
Range Road 3055, Saskatoon, SK S0L 2N0 Directions
Cranberry Flats Conservation Area is a scenic region with massive sandy beaches, and a wheelchair-accessible path leads you to a valley lookout. It is a popular spot for families. Cranberry Flats offers cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the wintertime, many different paths to explore, and it is easy to navigate. You will discover towering old trees and exciting colours down here as there is a wide range of plant life. It is a great place for a pleasant outdoor experience. You feel the cool fresh air in your face when you approach the sparkling river. There are great little trails along the river, and dogs are allowed on leash. Cranberry Flats Conservation Area is a naturalistic recreation area.
Walking, Running, Outdoor Activities, Dog-Friendly, Cross-Country Skiing, Boardwalk, Wildlife Areas, Nature Trails, Beaches, Wheelchair Accessible & Snowshoeing
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Range Road 3050, Saskatoon, SK S7S 1L9 Directions
The Northeast Swale is a treasure for Saskatoon. It offers a habitat for a large variety of plant species (more than 200), birds (more than 100), mammals, amphibians, reptiles and insects. It has long been regarded as a unique environment with ecological, hydrological and hydrogeological characteristics. It offers high-quality biodiversity, proximity to urban areas, economic benefits for education and recreation, and a natural filter for their air and water. The park features trails for biking, hiking, or walking. The trail is easy to get from the main roads and is well maintained. It has tons of side trails to go down and several benches around for breaks. There are picnic spots and lots of wildlife. The Northeast Swale is an incredibly beautiful and serene slice of nature.
Reptiles, Mammals, Birds, Flower, Amphibians, Dog Walking, Nature Trails, Outdoors, Biking & Trees