Saskatoon Vacations

If you think the name of this bustling metropolitan oasis of around 250,000 residents is strange, consider that it is a shortened version from the word missaskquahtoomina, which is a native purple berry that grows along the nearby river here. Saskatoon is a beautiful city that, thanks to it's combination of charming Art Nouveau style architecture ... Read more
and location in the middle of vast wheat fields, is sometimes called the Paris of the Prairies. For families traveling with young children, Kinsmen Park is a must visit that is packed with excitement for young minds. As for more adult attractions, there are numerous shopping options around the city, especially in the downtown area, where places like the Midtown plaza play host to a huge range of eclectic shopping and dining options. Nightlife is another somewhat easy to find distraction to be enjoyed here, rounding off a list that makes this one of Saskatchewan's most tourist friendly cities.
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  • 9.7
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  • 9.1
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Conservative town , blatant racism is pretty normal , boring , but the river bank is pretty

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Been living here all my life. Sometimes it's boring and you run out of things to do but the local businesses are great, the culture is slowly on the rise and the city itself is beautiful during the warmer seasons.

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My favorite restaurant is Alexander's, here in Saskatoon. The appitizers are so good you could use two to make a meal, the salads and dressings are all unique, and the pastries are to die for. The cost is livable, and the hours are great. Open for lunch for the campus crowd, and for dinner for meeting friends.

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Local from Saskatoon

Top 5 favourite places to be born.

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Loon Lake, Saskatchewan

Nice little colonial town...the river is the main attraction here.

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Local from Saskatoon

it is very beautiful city

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Local from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

I live here

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Edmonton, Alberta

This city is full of beauty and the bridges are amazing.

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walking by the water is beautiful

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