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Have You Explored Saskatchewan By Truck Camper?

We are developing a truck camping destination story about Canada’s Saskatchewan Province.  If you have explored Saskatchewan by truck camper, we want to hear from you!

Saskatchewan Destination By Truck Camper

Above: Darcy Senft’s 2021 Calendar Winner from Prince Albert Park, Saskatchewan

“What about Saskatchewan?” asked Angela.

I know the province by name, but I had to admit to not knowing what was there.  This seems funny as it sits right above eastern Montana and North Dakota, two states we have visited multiple times.

“What’s there?” I replied.

“Wikipedia says there are 100,000 lakes.  Evidently, 10-percent of the province is fresh water.  There are a number of cities and towns; Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, and Moose Jaw.  We should ask our readers what there is to see there.  I bet we’ll get some great suggestions.”

And just like that, a destination story was born.

Trail Canada Saskatchewan Map

Map Courtesy of TrailCanada.com

For this destination article, anywhere in Saskatchewan is welcome (see map above).  Please include where you camped when you visited whether it was a campground nearby or a dry camping/boondocking spot.  Given the expanse of Saskatchewan, I bet there are a lot of boondocking locations.

At least one photo is mandatory, but more are preferred.

Your submission will be published as part of the upcoming feature story.  Thank you!

Having a list of ideas from people who have been to this destination before in a truck camper makes planning and the experience of going there even better.

Thank you for sharing your tips and ideas for traveling through Saskatchewan with fellow TCM readers.

  • Please be detailed with your response by sharing the place, but also why people should go there. This is an article for TCM readers, so please share detailed information about your experience there.
  • Please be detailed with your response by sharing the place, but also why people should go there. This is an article for TCM readers, so please share detailed information about your experience there.
  • Max. file size: 128 MB.
    At least one photo is required. Once you press submit below, it will give you directions on how to submit more photos (if you have them) for this destination article. Please label your photos with captions so that we know where they were taken. Thank you!
  • Please be detailed with your camping spots - where is it located, what did it cost, was it hard to get to, etc. This will be very helpful to TCM readers who are planning to visit this province for the first time.
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