Whether it's your base for exploring Saskatchewan or a stop on your RV itinerary, Saskatoon is a fantastic place to visit by motorhome, as it celebrates its rich culture through a continuous line-up of festivals, events, performing arts, plus a fine selection of crafts and fine art. Popularly referred to as the "Bridge City," for its seven river crossings, the city is often also described as "refreshing", likely prompted by its lively atmosphere, warm hospitality and diverse cultural attractions.
Located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon provides RVers with a variety of nature-based activities, cultural programs, arts, festivals and events. Riverside attractions include the Meewasin Valley Centre, the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, the Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory, and Diefenbaker Canada Centre. Make sure you stop at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, where you can walk in the footsteps and relive stories of Northern Plains First Nations people from over 6000 years ago.
Saskatoon is home to the pioneer life of Boomtown 1910 at the Western Development Museum, the world's longest indoor street, and Canada’s largest science project - the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron. Saskatoon is named after a sweet, violet-coloured berry. For a taste of Saskatoon berry pie, take a trip to The Berry Barn.