Camping near the coast is a unique experience that adds a new element of fun to a traditional camping trip. Check out six awesome coastal campgrounds you’ll want to add to your list of must-visit camping destinations.
The vast fertile prairies of Canada’s western plains are ideally suited to an affordable vacation. Near the Indian Head campground, the meandering Qu’Appelle River and a quartet of lakes offer a sparkling recreation area, popular for fishing, sailing, waterskiing and more family fun. Historic buildings and formal gardens grace nearby Regina, the provincial capital and home to a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Academy for Mounties. The boreal forests to the north lure paddlers and anglers to a staggering tableau of crystalline rivers and glacial lakes and make a picturesque backdrop at several Saskatchewan campgrounds.
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