Saskatchewan Highway 20
|Length:||189.8 mi (305.5 km)|
|South end:||Hwy 11 near Lumsden|
|North end:||Hwy 3 near Birch Hills|
|Wreford RM Humboldt RM Lumsden RM Usborne RM Wolverine RM Three Lakes RM|
|Major cities:||Humboldt, Lanigan, Lumsden|
Highway 20 is a major road intended for travel by the public between Highway 11 Lumsden to Highway 3 at Birch Hills. Saskatchewan's main roadways are located in the central/southern geographical land area of rolling prairie and grass land in a western Canadian prairie province. This highway is one which runs south to north and is located just east of Saskatoon and just north of Regina. At the northern extremity near Lanigan, the highway helps to service the PCS Lanigan potash mining operation. Down south, the highway is popular for tourists heading out to the Qu'Appelle Valley and resorts and beaches of Last Mountain Lake.
- Lumsden a town of 1600 people nestled in the Qu'Appelle Valley and hosts the Lumsden Duck Derby.
- Craven hosts the annual summer Craven Country Jamboree
- Bulyea milepost 104.4 on the Canadian Pacific Railway CPR rail line from Regina to Lanigan
- Strasbourg Station
- Nokomis by the junction of provincial HWY 20 & HWY 15
- Lanigan the Historic Carlton Trail passes near Lanigan, Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) connected Winnipeg/Edmonton through Lanigan,
- Humboldt city of 5,500 people
- Middle Lake
- Birch Hills
- R.M. ofWreford No. 280
- R.M. of Lumsden No. 189
- Rural Municipality (RM) of Three Lakes
- Usborne No. 310
- The R. M. of Wolverine 340 - western border 65 miles east of Saskatoon, Highway 16, to Highway 20.
- Humboldt No. 370
- On September 26, 2000 Highway 20 saw construction in resurfacing the highway for 6.6 km just north of Lanigan 
- June 20, 2001, another resurfacing project resulted in improvements to a 12.9 km section of Highway 20 just north of Guernsey. It was just north of the Highway 16 junction, and northward and cost an estimated $800,000.
Along Highway 20 these are a listing of lakes, big things, statues, historical markers, beaches, historical sites and buildings, national, regional and provincial parks.
- 20 Feet (6.1 Metres) high Whooping Crane named Walter was built April 1987 by the side of Highway 20 near Govan
- Middle Lake, the smallest of three lakes near Middle Lake
- Lucien Lake Regional Park near Middle Lake
- Last Mountain House Provincial Park
- Last Mountain Regional Park 
- Last Mountain Lake - Regina Beach, Saskatchewan Beach 11 km NW of Craven, Lumsden Beach
- River Park regional park and Campground near Lumsden.
- Craven World Campground near Craven which hosts the annual summer Craven Country Jamboree
- Humboldt & District Museum and Art Gallery and Humboldt Historic Water Tower
- Strasbourg Station railway station has been refurbished into the museum.
Highway 20 piggybacks or shares its route with these other highways, also named a concurrency.
List Junctions Major Intersections south to north
- Highway 99 | Highway 641
- Highway 322
- Highway 641
- Highway 22
- Highway 220
- Highway 731
- Highway 746
- Highway 15 east
- Highway 15 west
- concurrency Highway 16 short strip east and west
- Highway 5
- Highway 756
- Highway 777 east
- Highway 777 west
- Highway 779
- Highway 41
- Highway 3
- 1925 Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Elevator #1 opened at Bulyea junction
- June 1963, the European based Alwinsal Corporation of Canada established near Lanigan now known as Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan
- "Lumsden Prototype". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Craven World Campground". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Bulyea Junction". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- Strickland., James (2006). "Quick Saskatchewan vacation". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Nokomis, Saskatchewan - Town of Nokomis - Nokomis, Saskatchewan". Archived from the original on 2007-10-29. Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- Isherwood, Ron (2006). "Lockwood Cemetery - Lockwood, Saskatchewan". Archived from the original on 2007-07-31. Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- Sask Biz, Government of Saskatchewan (2004). "Lanigan Geography Lanigan is located in south central Saskatchewan ...". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Humboldt Tourism". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- Government of Saskatchewan, Sask Biz (2004). "Middle Lake Geography Middle Lake belongs to the Rural ...". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- Microsoft Corp.. Microsoft Streets and Tips (Map) (2004 ed.). Section Route Planner.
- "BWO - Canada - Saskatchewan R.M. of Wolverine Memory Album. Published by R.M. of Wolverine History, Plunkett, Saskatchewan.". 1997-2007.
- "RESURFACING HIGHWAY 20 NEAR LANIGAN - Government of Saskatchewan". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS NEAR GUERNSEY - Government of Saskatchewan". Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Town of Govan Whooping Crane (Walter)". December 14, 1998.
- Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association. "Last Mountain Regional Park".
- Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association. "Saskatchewan Beach Regional Park". Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2007-04-15.
- "Welcome to the Town of Lumsden". BCG Canada Inc. 2007.
- "Humboldt Tourism".
- Macdonald, Julian (©1999-2003,). "Provincial Highways @ Saskatchewan Highways Website". Archived from the original on 2007-03-10. Retrieved 2007-04-15.