Saskatchewan, Canada is full of so many great places that are all worthy of a visit – Wollaston Lake, Southend Reindeer, Montreal Lake, Tobin Lake, North Battleford, Saskatoon, Foam Lake, Elrose, Moose Jaw, Regina, Redvers, and so much more.
Visit the famous underground tunnels in Moose Jaw (west of Regina). The tunnels were built during the prohibition to smuggle alcohol, but they are also rumored to have been Al Capone's hideout. During the summer, float weightless in Little Manitou Lake in south central Saskatchewan. Because of its geographic location, the lake is effectively a very small sea and has thirteen times the amount of salt that the Dead Sea does!
Found in Regina is the Saskatchewan Provincial Legislative Building. It was constructed in 1919 at the expense of $3 million from 34 different types of marble (all brought in from around the world). Another attraction in Regina is the RCMP -- Royal Canadian Mounted Police -- Training Depot and Centennial Museum. Visitors here can observe recruits training, watch the Sunset Ceremony, and browse the facility's museum.