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"The Nest" 
Cozy Cottage at the Lake
SUPERHOST
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
"The Nest" Cozy Cottage at the LakeA cozy 4 season cottage by the lake, nestled in the trees, located near the water and golf course inside Thomson Lake Regional Park. Take a short stroll to the lake to relax and watch the sunset, or book a tee off time and venture directly across the street to enjoy a 5-star golf course experience. Thomson Lake Regional Park has great walking trails & fishing, is a family friendly park and is an outdoor paradise while surrounded by several hunting zones in Southern Sask.
Cozy One Room Schoolhouse on the Prairie
Farm stay · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Cozy One Room Schoolhouse on the PrairieCountry living extends to the outdoors on the private patio. Wrap yourself up in one of our vintage handmade quilts, breathe in the fresh country air and enjoy unobstructed views of neighboring fields. Saskatchewan is touted as the “Land of Living Skies’, and there’s no better place to see the most amazing sunsets, stars and Northern Lights.
Oriole Cottage
SUPERHOST
Entire cottage · 6 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
Oriole CottageEscape to Oriole Cottage for a relaxing and restful getaway. Big enough to host a group of 6, Oriole Cottage is bright, beautiful & spacious. Dine alfresco on the outdoor deck while listening to the birds & admiring the odd bush bunny or brave squirrel. Enjoy the cottage year round! Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall! Conveniently located across from the golf course and a short, 3 minute walk to the lake, this cottage is built to provide the perfect venue for a family or small group getaway!

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Popular amenities for Saskatchewan vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Saskatchewan

  1. Entire residential home
  2. Saskatoon
🏠 Beautiful Townhouse with Free parking 🏠
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Silton
Cozy 2-bedroom cabin at Saskatchewan Beach
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Saskatoon
❤City Park Charmer - Pet Friendly - Downtown!❤
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Big River
Lake Front Cabin for Rent
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Manitou Beach
Quiet cabin in the heart of Manitou
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Moose Jaw
New Cozy Studio perfect for the business traveler Downtown Coffee
SUPERHOST
  1. Farm stay
  2. Hepburn
Character farmhouse set in beautiful countryside
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Birch Hills
Spacious Suite
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Canwood No. 494
Lakeside Cottage-Morin Lake Regional Park 4Bd/3Ba
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Marean Lake
TNT 4 Season Cabin, Marean Lake Resort, 3 Bedroom
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire loft
  2. Saskatoon
Downtown Executive Loft
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Saskatoon
Matthias & Nike's place -Your cozy place from home

Your guide to Saskatchewan

Welcome to Saskatchewan

If you’re looking for big skies and wide open spaces, you’ll find them in Western Canada’s prairie province. Bordering the US states of Montana and North Dakota, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Manitoba, Saskatchewan takes its name from the Cree word, Kisiskatchewanisipi, for the Saskatchewan River. Check out what’s happening in the cities of Saskatoon and Regina, hike through the northern boreal forests of Prince Albert National Park, explore the prairie terrain in Grasslands National Park, or get outdoors in the 35 provincial parks.

In Saskatoon, Saskatchewan’s largest city, wander through its quirky urban districts: don’t miss the Remai Modern Art Museum, and visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park to learn more about the region’s Indigenous history. Tour the stately Legislative Assembly in Regina, the provincial capital, or learn the story of the country’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the RCMP Heritage Centre. But make sure you get outdoors, too. There’s plenty of room for adventure here.


How do I get around Saskatchewan?

You can fly into either of Saskatchewan’s two major cities. Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker Regional Airport (YXE) is 15 minutes by car from the city center, and Saskatoon Transit runs a public bus between the airport and downtown. Regina International Airport (YQR) is only 10 minutes from that city’s downtown area. Saskatoon is a stop for VIA Rail’s cross-Canada train, the Canadian, which travels between Vancouver and Toronto, and long-distance buses serve both Saskatoon and Regina. The major roads across the province are the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) and the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16). Both Saskatoon and Regina have public bus systems that can take you to their attractions, but outside the cities, it’s easiest to get around by car.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Saskatchewan?

Summer may be Saskatchewan’s peak mosquito season, but it’s also when the province is liveliest, from the music and cultural festivals in the cities to the hot, dry days for tromping through its parks. While Saskatchewan claims the most sunshine of all the Canadian provinces, remember that summer thunderstorms can sweep across the prairies. In the cold and snowy winters, there are no bugs, and you can go ice-skating, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. The more temperate months of April to May or September to October can be good alternatives for visiting the area. Whenever you arrive, prepare for weather that can change rapidly. Layers are your friends.


What are the top things to do in Saskatchewan?

Remai Modern Art Museum

Saskatoon’s modern art museum overlooking the South Saskatchewan River put the city on the cultural map when it opened in 2017. Designed by Canadian architect Bruce Kuwabara, whose other notable projects include the TIFF Bell Lightbox (home to the Toronto International Film Festival) and Ottawa’s Canadian Museum of Nature, the Remai Modern exhibits contemporary works by Canadian and regional artists.

Prince Albert National Park

While most people envision Saskatchewan as a land of prairies, nearly half the province is forested, and if you travel to Prince Albert National Park, 2.5 hours north of Saskatoon, you can hike, canoe, and cycle though parklands that span grasslands and woods. You can also trek to the cabin where “Grey Owl,” the British-born Archibald Stansfeld Belaney, lived with his Ojibway wife, Angele Egwuna, and wrote extensively about conservation in the early 20th century.

Grasslands National Park

Drive the scenic parkways in Saskatchewan’s other national park to take in the prairie landscape, where bison roam. In Grasslands National Park, near the Montana border in southwestern Saskatchewan, you can hike through the wildflowers or hunt for dinosaur fossils. The park is a Dark Sky Preserve as well, with excellent star gazing.