Saskatoon Flights GuideSaskatoon falls in the Canadian Prairie provinces which makes it the perfect city to visit a farmers market. Try local produce and foods from nearby farmers at The Saskatoon Farmer's Market. Soak in aboriginal history and heritage at Wanuskewin Park before hopping on the famous Prairie Lily to ride on the Saskatchewan River. Third Avenue United Church dates back to 1912 while the Saskatchewan Railway Museum holds more history to discover.
Busses are available to the nearby capital of Regina or drive just 2 ½ hours south to hit the city sitting next to Moose Jaw. Drive west to the city of Edmonton in Calgary in a little over 5 hours. Busses are also available as well as flights leaving out of Saskatoon International Airport.
Saskatoon's cold semi-arid and humid continental climate with warm, dry summers and long cold winters beginning in November and ending in April. The best time to visit Saskatoon is when the weather warms up during the months of May through September when temperatures average up to 20 degrees celsius. April and October are a little cooler but can be pleasant if you pack sweaters or jackets.
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