Saskatchewan Highway 49

Saskatchewan Highway 49

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Highway 49 is a highway in the east central portion of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. In the west on Highway 35 are the neighboring communities of Fosston and Hendon. From Highway 35, Highway 49 continues easterly until the Manitoba border. This is a primary Saskatchewan highway maintained by the provincial government and is paved for its length. Located along this highway are Kelvington, Lintlaw, Preeceville, Sturgis, Norquay, and Pelly. This highway also runs near Stenen and Hyas. Just within the Manitoba border is Benito.

Highway 49 arrives at Fort Livingstone, First Seat of Government for the entire territories, 1876. For 219 kilometers, this highway features several various festivals, and attractions as the road passes through vibrant towns and villages.

Communities along the route

West to East
* Kelvington nicknamed “Canada’s hockey Factory' [cite web
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*Nut Mountain
*Lintlaw
*Okla
*access to Hazel Dell
*Ketchen
*Preeceville has as its town slogan: The Headwaters Of The Assiniboine [cite web
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*Sturgis has been nicknamed the lacrosse capital of Saskatchewan [cite web
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*access to Stenen
*Hyas
*Norquay has as it's town logo "Where Prairie Meets Pine" is located nestled between the situated between the headwaters of the Assiniboine and Swan Rivers [cite web
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*Pelly
*Arran

Rural Municipalities along the route

* Clayton No 333
* Keys No 30
* Livingstone No 331

Junctions

*Highway 665 south
*Highway 38
*Highway 617
*Highway 47
*Highway 9 North
*Highway 9 South
*Highway 662 North
*Highway 637 South
*Highway 661 North
*Highway 8 south
*Highway 660
*Manitoba Highway 3

Concurrencies

*20 km with Hwy 9
*13 km with Hwy 8cite web
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Major attractions

Highway 49 hosts the following lakes, beaches, historical sites and buildings, and provincial parks.
* The original Kelvington Canadian National Railway CN station, was constructed in 1922, has been declared a heritage property. [cite web
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*Kelvington 9 hole Golf Course is located just to the south of the City of Kelvington.
* Hockey Cards billboard is a Canadian roadside attraction near Kelvington, "Canada’s hockey Factory" [cite web
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*Timberline Outfitting near Norquary, SK and Riel Bosse Outfitting and Guiding near Kelvington, Sk are available for hunting trips. [cite web
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*Norquay Campground is located near the town centre of Norquay
*Crystal Lake is just south of the Highway 9 South and Highway 49 junction near Stenen [cite web
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* Crystal Lake 9 holes Municipal Golf Course, looked after by Stenen, Saskatchewan. [cite web
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*Lac La course is just south of the Highway 8 South and Highway 49 junction near Pelly [cite web
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*Just north of Highway 49 by 8 miles is the Sturgis & District Regional Park located on Lady Lake. This park provides fishing, camping, and swimming activities.cite web
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*Ketchen Lake Bible Camp is located just to the north of Highway 49 between Ketchen, and Preeceville. [cite web
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*Preeceville Museum features both Ukrainian and Scandinavian ethnic history along with local pioneer history. [cite web
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*Preeceville Picnic Area is located just east of Preeceville, a nice stop on a long highway journey for a rest.
*Preeceville Wildlife Association Campground is located just north of the town of Preeceville with hiking trails to Annie Laurie Lake and a new beach there. [cite web
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*Preeceville hosts a plethora of events.
**Western Days features Gymkana, Chariots, Chuck Wagons, Country Dance, as well as Slow-pitch and fastball tournaments [cite web
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**Mushers Rendezvous features sled dog races [cite web
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**Lions Trade Show showcasing economic highlights.
**Rockin @ The River outdoor concert. [cite web
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**Preeceville Pats Hockey Team.
*Sturgis hosts "Saskatchewan's Largest One Day Sports & Rodeo" [cite web
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* Bucking Horse and Rider statue is a large Canadian roadside attraction is located in Rodeo Falls Park along Highway 49. [cite web
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*Sturgis Ski Hill on the north of town provides a ski lift as well as ski chalet. [cite web
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*Assiniboine River runs through Sturgis.
*The Sturgis Museum is located in the old CNR Station station which has been relocated on the Assiniboine River Valley a block south of Highway 9/49. This museum features pioneer artifacts as well as local arrowheads. [cite web
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* Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum features the local areas vibrant Royal Northwest Mounted Police history. The original fort was entitled Fort Livingstone or (Swan River Barracks) located on the forks of Swan River and Snake Creek and is designated as a heritage site.cite web
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*The Snake pits featuring Garter Snakes are located just north of Pelly, Saskatchewan.cite web
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*Fort Pelly Livingstone museum located in the Village of Pellycite web
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History

*Ketchen, Preeceville, Sturgis, and Norquay all host early Norwegian ethnic bloc settling in the early 1900's. [cite web
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*1899 saw the arrival of Doukhobor settlers near the area of Pelly, Saskatchewancite web
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*In 1876, David Laird, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territories held the First Session of the Northwest Territorial Council at Fort Livingstone near Pelly, Saskatchewan. The Dominion Government designated this area as the First Seat of Government for the entire territories in 1875. The capital of the Nortwest Territories and Royal North West Mounted Police Barracs soon moved to Battleford.cite web
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*Hyas to Stenen on Highway 49 was part of a repaving project in the fall of 1999 [cite web
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References

External links

* [http://roadinfo.telenium.ca/shwyw.html A document from Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation: Winter Highway Conditions]
* [http://saskhighways.homestead.com/number.html Saskatchewan Highways Website-- Highway Numbering ]
* [http://www.milebymile.com/main/Canada/Saskatchewan/Canada_Saskatchewan_road_map_travel_guides.html Saskatchewan Road Map RV Itineraries ]
* [http://www.bigthings.ca/bigsk.html Big Things of Canada, A Celebration of Community Monuments of Canada ]


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