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Saskatoon has more restaurants per capita than any city in Canada and several facilities that will suit those in need of a non-traditional meeting space. Just a short drive out of the city are several spaces that offer a serene country experience and give guests a taste of some of Saskatchewan’s favourite delicacies. Organizers will be happy to find a variety of unique spaces in the city, including a scenic river cruise. Those looking for a sense of fun will feel at home in a Vegas style casino or a museum that takes visitors over 100 years back in time. Saskatoon has many opportunities to offer guests something special.
The following are some of the most commonly enjoyed activities in Saskatoon:
Located on the edge of the city limits, the Berry Barn provides a scenic view of the South Saskatchewan River is breathtaking with the splendid array of gardens in a relaxed country setting. Visit the country-style indoor eatery and enjoy some home cooked meals and scrumptious Saskatoon Berry pie. Complete with a gift shop filled with Saskatoon Berry preserves and a variety of giftware.
Champêtre County is a western-themed venue offering an “Old West” experience and a taste of relaxed country lifestyle. You will truly have a memorable experience after hosting an event at Champêtre County and meeting the “sheriff.”
Shearwater River Cruises is a great way to view Saskatoon. The Prairie Lilly cruises along the South Saskatchewan River in downtown Saskatoon on a classic riverboat.
Boasting 6,000 years of aboriginal history and culture, Wanuskewin Heritage Park allows participants to brush up on their bow and arrow skills, build a tipi or create a one-of-a-kind classic aboriginal art. Adventurous participants may sample their rabbit stew or choose to spend the night in a tipi.
The Western Development Museum a 1910 Boomtown is a representation of a typical Saskatchewan town, captures the atmosphere and style of this bustling period.