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Did you know that Regina is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and hosts the only training centre for cadets in all of Canada? Rent a condo in Regina and learn more about the history and training ground of this most respected police force. Make sure to take in the Sunset-Retreat Ceremony featuring Mounties on parade in their traditional scarlet uniforms. Renting a condo in Regina also puts you in close proximity to the Roughrider Football Club where, two hours before game time, you can participate in one of Canada’s largest tailgate parties. You’ll really appreciate coming home to your condo after spending time exploring Wascana Park. Not only home to the Legislative Building, and the well-known Trafalgar Fountain, but with its 2300 acres of green space and 350,000 hand-planted trees, you’ll find no shortage of outdoor activities to explore in Regina. Whatever brings you to the city you will find the perfect condo to rent.

Regina vacation rentals are situated in Saskatchewan’s capital city, in the centre of the vast Canadian Prairies.

Home to Wascana Park—one of North America’s largest urban parks—and located nearby Buffalo Pound and Moose Mountain Provincial Parks, Regina lends itself perfectly to outdoor sporting recreations and wildlife watching. As a four-season holiday destination, the city and its surrounding areas cater to hikers and cyclists in the summer, and cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers come winter. Golfers are served at the Craig Golf Course, the Tor Hil Golf Course, and the Royal Regina Golf Club.

Regina is also rich in natural history and heritage, as evidenced by exhibitions at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the First Nations Gallery. Worthwhile culinary attractions include stopping at the city’s Farmers’ Market, sipping on Blackberry Mead and other unique ales at Bushwakker Brewpub, and indulging in a farm-to-plate cooking class at the Willow on Wascana Restaurant. Finally, Regina hosts a variety of annual events and festivals, including July’s Craven Country Jamboree, the longest running multi-day festival in Canada.

Easily accessibly from major Canadian cities, such as Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver, Regina vacation rentals offer access to natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions.