Day Trips From Gull Lake
Antelope Lake Regional Park is located 25 kilometers north of Gull Lake just off the #37 highway. Antelope lake features an impressive campground with a store onsite. There is a 9 hole, sand green, golf course as well as a brand new playground. A hall is available at Antelope Lake for rentals as well. The boat launch is located at the East end of the park and gives access to the lake. There is a stocked trout pond in the park as well where anglers can fish for a minimal cost.
Visit Saskatchewan Regional Parks for more information or call (306) 672-3393.
Antelope Lake Regional Park
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
The Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park offers several campgrounds, including an equestrian campground in the rustic West Block wilderness area. In addition to front-country camping, the Centre Block of the park features exceptional amenities including a resort, swimming pool, hiking trails, ziplining and one of the largest Dark Sky Preserves in the world. Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the perfect year-round destination that the whole family can enjoy.
Doc's Town Heritage Village is located in Kinetic Exhibition Park in Swift Current. It consists of eight heritage buildings (blacksmith shop, church, one-room school, Aladdin house, community hall, portable train station, elevator, airmen's barracks) and three modern buildings constructed with heritage features
Grasslands National Park
Grasslands National Park is the first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. It is the only place in Canada where colonies of black-tailed prairie dogs still existmattis, pulvinar dapibus.
Tompkins Sod House
The Tompkins Sod House was built as a 1980 Celebrate Saskatchewan project to acknowledge area homesteaders. Situated along Centre Ave in Tompkins, it features an old-style bed, potbelly stove, table, and other settler items. Working plough and wooden wheelbarrow displayed outside.
Lake Diefenbaker was formed when the massive Gardiner Dam was constructed in the South Saskatchewan River in 1967. It features 3 major parks, including Sask Landing, Danielson Provincial Park & Douglas Provincial Park.
T.rex Discovery Centre
Dino Country – located in Eastend – has drawn attention with the discovery of a near-completed Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. “Scotty” is one of twelve quality specimens in the world and is a feature at the T. Rex Discovery Center.
Wilkinson Memorial Observatory
Visitors to the Wilkinson Memorial Observatory, located just outside the community of Eastend, will find the Celestron Ultima 11” 2800 mm focal length telescope with eyepieces ranging from 40 mm to 10.5 mm and various filters and a GoTo Tracking System. Spend a night gazing at the wonders of the universe under the beautiful Saskatchewan skies, see the amazing rings of planet Saturn, and follow the space station as it soars in silence through outer space.