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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Parcs régionaux, provinciaux et nationaux

Parcs provinciaux :

Kayakistes dans un parc provincial

Il y a beaucoup à faire dans les 34 parcs provinciaux de la Saskatchewan. Profitez des nombreux lacs et rivières pour pratiquer les sports nautiques tels que le kayak, le canot et la planche à bras. Si vous aimez mieux rester sur la terre ferme, faites de la randonnée pédestre ou à bicyclette dans les nombreux sentiers. Lorsqu’il sera le temps de vous reposer, vous trouverez des terrains de camping électrifiés avec des douches et autres services modernes.

Consultez aussi le Guide des parcs provinciaux de la Saskatchewan pour des renseignements additionnels.

Pour réserver une place de camping dans un parc provincial, cliquez ici (en anglais).

Parcs régionaux :

La Saskatchewan compte plus de 75 parcs régionaux. Visitez le site Web de Saskatchewan Regional Parks.

Parcs nationaux :

Deux parcs nationaux se situent en Saskatchewan :

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