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Surrounded by rolling grasslands which rustle in the breeze and the Aspen parkland of eastern Saskatchewan, the thriving city of Yorkton’s the major commercial hub in this rural area. Despite not being high on the tourist hit list, Yorkton’s historic downtown core’s scattered with vintage red brick buildings and churches, making it a fab spot for some sightseeing. Head out of the city and you’ll discover a world of lakes, provincial parks, and recreational spots to keep you active in your downtime.

Things to see

You won’t want to miss taking a look at Yorkton’s primary landmark on a trip to the city. With its silver dome, 1914-built St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church stands out among the tree-lined roads surrounding it. Organize a tour inside and you’ll discover the dome’s intricately painted scenes depicting the coronation of the Virgin Mary. Take a short stroll back to Yorkton’s downtown to peruse the shops and galleries among the historic red brick buildings. It’s the perfect spot for some lunch in a local eatery. If you fancy something more energetic, grab your clubs and head to Deer Park Municipal Golf Course to practice your swing on the grassy fairways. On the edge of town, Western Development Museum charts Yorkton’s heritage as a pioneer town, depicting life as a settler through exhibitions and artefacts. At night, Painted Hand Casino’s the place for a flutter on the table games.

Hotels in Yorkton

Most hotels in Yorkton are 3-star hotels and 2-star motels. Most are national chains so you can be guaranteed a good standard no matter where you choose to bed down. If you’re traveling with kids, the larger 3-star hotels offer big rooms and fun-packed amenities like an on-site pool. In the morning you can chow down on a free hot breakfast or pick from the continental buffet. Many hotels provide large vehicle parks, so even if you’re traveling with an RV you should get a parking spot. If you’re trying to save some bucks, head to a cheap motel with discount rates.

Where to stay

Most Yorkton hotels are clustered around the intersection of Highways 9 and 10. Hotels and motels are easy to spot from the road as many have large signs on the highways themselves. It’s a handy spot if you’re in need of a bed for the night, though make sure to check out your room as light sleepers could struggle with road noise. If in doubt choose a hotel tucked back from the main roads. There’s also a further cluster of hotels close to the casino on Broadway Street West, perfect if you plan on spending your evenings high rolling on the casino floor.

How to get to Yorkton

The nearest airport is Regina International Airport, around a 2 hour drive from Yorkton. The airport has plenty of flights to and from many Canadian cities as well as Minneapolis in the US. You can rent a car from the airport to drive to Yorkton. The city’s at the crossroads of 3 major highways. It’s approximately halfway between Winnipeg and Saskatoon on the TransCanada Yellowhead. Highway 9 skirts town on its way to northern Saskatchewan from Minot and Bismarck in the US, while Highway 10 travels east to Manitoba on its way from Regina.