SOUTH EAST REGION
On the west the South East Tourism Region is bordered by Highway #6 to Regina and by Highway #11 beyond to Craik. The Region includes the southern length of Last Mountain Lake. Strasbourg and communities along Highway #22 rim the Region’s northern edge. The Region’s east and south boundaries are the Manitoba and U.S. borders respectively.
In addition to our trademark prairie vistas, the South East Tourism Region features the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley in the north. The forests of Moose Mountain Provincial Park are found in the east. To the west, sweeping hills precede your arrival at the Big Muddy. You may be surprised by desert spots in the deep south, including cactus. Lakes, rivers, and man-made reservoirs are located throughout the Region.
Southeast Saskatchewan is filled to the brim with choices and changing experiences for visitors and vacationers. The menu includes: 5 provincial parks and 17 regional parks, more than 40 museums and 60+ golf courses. Fairs and festivals, pow wows and rodeos dot the calendar . . . and the fishin’s good too! In addition to a strong agricultural base, Southeast Saskatchewan is a major energy producing region. The oil pumpjack is a prominent feature of the horizon. Tour potash mines, coal mines and power plants.
What was once a tent settlement situated on the treeless plains Pile O’ Bones is now an oasis on the prairies. Regina is the proud home of the Royal canadian Mounted Police and is the progressive capital city of Saskatchewan. With rich artistic and muticultual traditions Regina is truly the "melting pot" of saskatchewan.
Fabulous attractions and endless year round events, ensure that there is always something to peak a visitor’s interest.
Escape, Explore, Experience Saskatchewan - For the Fun of It!