high season: June to mid--September
low season: December to March
shoulder season: April to May, lateSeptember to November
Weather InformationFrom the warm, dry summers to the frigidly cold winters, Saskatchewan experiences four distinct seasons. Temperatures range from -4 degrees or colder in January to 80 degrees or warmer in July and August. Spring and fall offer a milder climate.
Crowd InformationDue to its large size and small population of one million, crowds are rarely a concern in Saskatchewan.
Closure InformationThough some sites such as fishing camps and campgrounds close over the winter, the majority of places remain open year-round.
When to SaveThe winter and shoulder seasons offer the best airfares, but other prices remain consistent the rest of the year.
When to BookBook two months in advance for the summer high season.
Information provided by Tourism Saskatchewan