Regina Travel & Tourism Information



Those visiting, or living here, will find the tourist information for Regina right here, including information about city and area attractions, accommodations, or city maps, as well as information about travelling away from southern Saskatchewan. Visit our sister site, TransCanadaHighway.com, for coast-to-coast travel info.

Regina has an exciting blend of Old and New, with stunning architecture of the angled-glass McCallum Towers as well as the curvaceous SaskPower Building. This offsets nicely the early prairie brick and stone architecture that reflects Regina's humble beginnings when the vast expanses of the West were just beginning to be settled and farmed.

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Regina Accommodation

Here are some featured hotels, motels, long-term rentals, lodges/cottages, and campgrounds in the Regina area:

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view listing for Lone Eagle Motel 83 & CampgroundAccommodationLone Eagle Motel 83 & Campground

12 newly renovated rooms with WiFi, A.C. 27" TV, Cable, Laundromat. Campground with full service, water, electricity & sewer. The Lone Eagle Motel & Campground is in the heart of the most popular hunting area in Saskatchewan. German spoken here!

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view listing for Meadowlark Campground & RV ParkAccommodationMeadowlark Campground & RV Park

Conveniently located on the Trans Canada Highway #1, between the 1st Street and 18th Street exits at Brandon, Manitoba. We offer full hook-ups, 50 amp service, wireless internet, clean laundromat and washrooms, plus a small convenience

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view listing for DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre ReginaAccommodationDoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Regina, close to businesses, shopping and more.

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view listing for Katepwa RV ParkAccommodationKatepwa RV Park

This 240 seasonal site RV Park offers beautifully landscaped full service sites (water, sewer, and 30-50 amp power) as well as washroom and shower facilities. The Katepwa RV Park features the Family Nine Golf Course

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view listing for York Lake Regional ParkAccommodationYork Lake Regional Park

Multi-use recreation park, playground facilities, indoor/outdoor recreational and meeting facilities, trap club, gun club, kayak and canoe club, Yorkton Navy League, four ball diamonds, water-skiing, nine hold grass greens golf course.

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Regina Attractions

Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:

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view listing for Royal Regina Golf ClubAttractionRoyal Regina Golf Club

Established in 1899, The Royal Regina Golf Club is Saskatchewan's first and oldest golf club, and one of only six courses in Canada to have received official "Royal" designation. In recent years, 5 new greens have been built, 2 man-made wat

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view listing for Oyama Regional Park Golf CourseAttractionOyama Regional Park Golf Course

This golf course is located in southeast Saskatchewan, a short drive from Regina

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view listing for Assiniboia Golf CourseAttractionAssiniboia Golf Course

This golf course is located in southeast Saskatchewan, a short drive from Regina

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view listing for Katepwa Golf CourseAttractionKatepwa Golf Course

Undulating terrain makes this family course a must-see. Alongside Katepwa Point Provincial park, it is near sandy beaches, grass parkland, picnic areas, even a campground, boat launch, sailing waterskiing, and swimming.

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view listing for Murray King's ParkAttractionMurray King's Park

Like its sister course in King's Park (Tor Hill), this course was designed by Stanley Thompson in 1928. Opened in 1950, it was rebuilt with irrigation and grass greens in 1960, by then director of Parks and Recreation, Bill Murray. Thompson

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Travel Services

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view listing for National Car and Truck RentalTravel ServiceNational Car and Truck Rental

National Car Rental operates in over 3,000 locations, and operates over 275,000 quality vehicles that serve over 15 million business & leisure travelers annually.

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view listing for Enterprise Rent-A-CarTravel ServiceEnterprise Rent-A-Car

Unlike other rental car companies, Enterprise focuses on neighborhood markets. We specialize in renting to people who need a temporary replacement car or a vehicle for a special occasion.

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view listing for Mr. T J'S Foods Ltd (Greyhound Bus Depot)Travel ServiceMr. T J'S Foods Ltd (Greyhound Bus Depot)

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year.

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view listing for Hertz Rent A CarTravel ServiceHertz Rent A Car

Great cars. Great rates. Great Srvice. Hertz is the preferred car rental company of CAA. Free customer pickup & return, Unlimited km rates. One-way rentals. daily, weekly, weekend rates.

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view listing for Enterprise Rent-A-CarTravel ServiceEnterprise Rent-A-Car

Unlike other rental car companies, Enterprise focuses on neighborhood markets. We specialize in renting to people who need a temporary replacement car or a vehicle for a special occasion.

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Travel Information & Links

Regina Intown Attractions

Kramer IMAX Theatre

There is lots to see and do in and around Regina. Discover the city's facinating history. You can visit a museums, lots of parks and waterfront greenspace, and activities and sports to keep anybody busy (and happy). We even have a page that has tips on hundreds of things to do with kids.


Regina Nearby Towns & Attractions

The famous Snowbird aerobatic high performance team is based at CFB Moose Jaw

Check out the smaller towns around Regina. Head southeast toward North Dakota, through Weyburn and Estevan and see some of the flattest countryside around ("if your dog ran away from home, after three days its tail would finally disappear over the horizon!") dotted with a reservoir, a coal mine, and lots of oil wells.

Or head west to historic Moose Jaw, famous not only as home of the Canadian Snowbird aerobatic team but also for its network of underground tunnels said to be used by Chicago gangster Al Capone during Prohibition.


Regina Accommodation

Quality Hotel in downtown Regina

There are many accommodation options in the area, from first class hotels, to motels, beds & breakfast, long-term accommodation, wilderness lodges and camping.


Away: Travelling Out of Town

We even have lots of tips for getting away, including other countries' Online Travel Offices, links to travel guidebooks' web sites. We even have links to sites that can help you plan a honeymoon, eloped wedding, or romantic getaway. To round things out we have information about Canada & US Customs, a listing of Canadian embassies and consulates around the world, and an overview of our airport(s) and links to airports around the world (so you can check what to do during connections between flights)


Sustainable Travel & Eco-Tourism

Going Green: Eco-friendly content!

We recogize that travel inherently uses a lot of energy and a lot of resources, since it involves moving us (and our luggage) large distances around the world. Here are a number of suggestions for reducing our impact as well as our "carbon footprint".


Travel Feature

For those travelling between Canada & the US, those entering (or re-entering) the U.S.A. BY AIR are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document. As of January 31, 2008, these rules include those entering the USA BY LAND OR SEA.

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