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Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan, located on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River. Rent a condo in Saskatoon and get ready to be enthralled by a thriving city graced with the vibrant beauty of nature. With over sixty-five annual events throughout the year, rent a condo in the downtown core and be within walking distance of most of them. You’ll enjoy the city's mix of cultural events, festivals and attractions surrounded by the Saskatchewan prairieland from your own private condo rental. Learn about the Northern Plains Indian culture when you visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park or the unique prairie habitat when you visit the Beaver Creek Conservation Area. From your condo relax with an espresso in the trendy Broadway shopping district or enjoy delicious local cuisine in one of many fine restaurants. Whether you are an action-seeker, nature lover, history butt or foodie, renting a condo and exploring Saskatoon offers something for everyone.

Saskatoon vacation rentals are situated in West Central Saskatchewan’s largest city, in the centre of the vast Canadian Prairies.

Situated on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River—with seven connecting bridges—Saskatoon is a picturesque waterfront city. With its riverbank setting, and with more hours of annual sunshine than any other major city in Canada, Saskatoon lends itself perfectly to outdoor recreation and leisure activities. Walkers, joggers, runners, and cyclists will enjoy the city’s trails and tracks, while golfers will be well served at the many golf clubs located within city limits. Nearby Pike Lake Provincial Park is a recreation park popular with hikers and water sport enthusiasts.

Saskatoon is rich in the heritage and history of Canada’s first peoples, as evidenced by exhibitions at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, and the Western Development Museum. Saskatoon also hosts a variety of annual events, including the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival, and WakeRide.

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