Saskatoon Outdoors


If you're an outdoor enthuiast, you'll want to look for a Saskatoon home for sale.  Saskatoon is a very outdoor-friendly town!

The City

The sun shining in the city only improves the outdoor experiences Saskatoon has to offer.   An abundance of green, natural space is located in the centre of the city.  Parks and trails for hiking and biking follow the banks of the Saskatchewan River through town.  Festivals and outdoor events span the year.  Choose from The Reflections of Nature Festival, Holiday Light Tour, Saskatoon Blues Festival, Waterfront Crafts Festival and more.


Seven excellent golf courses offer challenges and unique scenery for golfers of every skill level.  For example, Dakota Dunes Golf Links was ranked by SCOREGolf Magazine as the top course in Saskatchewan.  Moon Lake Golf and Country Club offers three ways to play 18 holes on their beautiful course.  And, each of the other five courses are known for the unique experience they provide.


Saskatoon's park system offers a diverse range of recreation opportunities: play grounds, picnic sites, walking trails, sporting facilities and more.  The city has over 150 parks.  Each park hosts its own unique set of facilities to offer a range of activities, including:  baseball, basketball, skateboarding, soccer, tennis, volleyball, swimming, ice skating, horseshoes, tobogganing, running, walking and skiing.


Runners are very active in Saskatoon.  There are many road running routes that have been identified throughout the city.  Running along the river bank is a favorite pastime of many local runners.  The Bridge City Boogie is a charity event organized by the StarPhoenix newspaper.  It is now the largest road race in Saskatchewan, attracting over 5,000 runners to the event held on the second Sunday in June every year.


If riding a bicycle is your idea of a perfect activity, you’re in luck!  An extensive network of cycling routes have been laid out in Saskatoon.  In fact, the city supports bicylcists by marking routes with signs to help the rider, and Share the Road signs to alert motorists to expect bicycle traffic.

You can also take advantage of trails like the Meewasin Valley Trail, located along the South Saskatchewan River straight through Saskatoon.  Biking on this trail, you’ll be able to enjoy the beauty of the natural areas that border the trail.  This is a shared pathway, so be kind to pedestrians!


The Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Centre excites the visitor with activities like zip lines, climbing walls and paintball.  The more sedate and romantic can take a relaxing ride in a horse drawn carriage or sleigh.

If you crave scenic beauty and outdoor activity to be enjoyed in all seasons, Saskatoon will satisfy you in every way.  With our knowledge of the neighborhooods in Saskatoon, we will help you find just the place to suit your lifestyle.
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Ken Glauser


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