Southern Saskatchewan RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Southern Saskatchewan

A region that seems tailor-made for RVing and other fun activities, Southern Saskatchewan will amaze you. The outdoor activities are endless, and the attractions fascinating. Try a visit to the T. Rex Discovery Centre in Eastend, enjoy water sports on Lake Diefenbaker or find your own adventure in one of the local parks.

The Gravelbourg co-cathedral is filled with paintings by French-born parish priest Father Charles Maillard.

Going to Gravelbourg? Très bon!

Gravelbourg’s museum and co-cathedral solidify the French town as the cultural gem of Saskatchewan

Mission Lake on the east side of Fort Qu'Appelle offers stunning landscapes both from down near the lake and from the hills surrounding. Photo by Dianne Mursell
Southern Saskatchewan

Top things to see and do in Fort Qu’Appelle and area

Take your time, relax and enjoy this serene part of Saskatchewan.

Gravelbourg's quaint shops and restaurants are part of its appeal.

Top things to see and do in Gravelbourg

Gravelbourg's charm makes it a special place for RVers to stop and visit.

Once home to the diocese's bishop, this stately home now serves as a bed and breakfast inn.

Photo courtesy of  Economic Development Gravelbourg

Historical tourism in Gravelbourg

This history-rich Saskatchewan town has its share of heritage attractions.

Green lawn and shade trees at River Park Campground in Moose Jaw, SK
Moose Jaw

Camp by the river in Moose Jaw

Mature shade trees, easy-access campsites, Internet access and on-site amenities are all available at River Park Campground.

Actors in period costume take a group of guests through the Moose Jaw Tunnels, telling them a story of gangsters an prohibition.
Moose Jaw

Visiting Saskatchewan’s past

Discover the top three heritage sites in Saskatchewan as recommended by RVers; the Danceland Ballroom, Fort Pitt Provincial Park and the Tunnels of Moose Jaw

burrowing owls
Moose Jaw

Giving a hoot

The Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre in Moose Jaw is dedicated to the conservation of this at-risk species.

Boat cruise on the Hanging Heart Lakes, Prince Albert National Park.
Swift Current

National parks and historic sites help you discover the beauty of Saskatchewan

Meet the black-tailed prairie dog or take a photo of a prairie lily as you explore these three areas of outstanding natural beauty.

by Karen Kornelsen
The Regina Floral Conservatory’s floral display changes six times per year with seasonal offerings.
Southern Saskatchewan

Find the floral beauty of southern Saskatchewan

A conservatory in Regina and a native plant museum are must-sees in southern Saskatchewan.

A dandelion that has gone to seed.
Southern Saskatchewan

Keeping an open eye

To capture the essential beauty of Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, Dianne Mursell looks beyond the iconic big sky and wheat fields and turns to the beauty that lies in the details.

by Gail Kesslar
Gravelbourg elevator and train.

A photo tour of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan

Gravelbourg is a cozy prairie town that has some of Canada’s most photo-worthy icons: wooden grain elevators.

Cafe Paris in Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan 
Photo courtesy Cafe Paris

RV camping in Gravelbourg

An RV holiday in Gravelbourg is a great way to experience what this Saskatchewan town has to offer.

A CP train travelling across the rails with its reflection showing in a lake in the foreground.

Weyburn - Land of the Living Skies

Big skies fill the lenses of photographers who venture to Weyburn to indulge in their photographic passions.

by Gail Kesslar
Interior Catholic Co-Cathedral in Gravelbourg Saskatchewan

See Saskatchewan’s Sistine Chapel in Gravelbourg

Parish priest Charles Maillard emigrated from France and spent 10 years painting the local cathedral.


Melville’s three museums celebrate a city on the move

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway built a terminal at Melville in the early 1900s.

people enjoying coffee as they do in Swift Current, SK
Swift Current

Coffee shops in Swift Current

Saskatchewan hospitality can be experienced at its finest by visiting these coffee shops.

RV-friendly businesses near Southern Saskatchewan