Saskatchewan Highway 38

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Highway 38
Route information
Length: 86 km[citation needed] (53 mi)
Major junctions
South end: Hwy 5 at Kuroki
  Hwy 49 near Kelvington
Hwy 349
North end: Hwy 23 near Chelan
Sasman No 336 RM, Kelvington No 366 RM, Bjorkdale No 426 RM
Major cities: Kelvington
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 37 Hwy 39

Highway 38 is a highway in the northeast portion of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, connecting Kuroki to Chelan in the north. The main feature along this highway is access to Greenwater Lake Provincial Park. This is a primary Saskatchewan highway maintained by the provincial government. All of this highway is paved.

Communities along the route[edit]

South to North

Rural municipalities along the route[edit]


Major attractions[edit]

Highway 38 hosts the following lakes, beaches, historical sites and buildings, and provincial parks:

  • South end near Fishing Lake, Saskatchewan and two regional parks.
  • Highway 38 bends outward to the west to circumnavigate around Little Nut Lake
  • By driving east on a gravel road from this highway there is access to a regional park on Round Lake.
  • The original Kelvington Canadian National Railway CN station, was constructed in 1922, has been declared a heritage property.[2]
  • Highway 38 bends outward to the east to circumnavigate around Greenwater Lake.
  • Highway 38 provides access to Greenwater Lake Provincial Park Explore the three lakes within the park; Greenwater, Steiestol and Marean Lake. Disocver the island on Greenwater Lake by hydro cycles, paddle boat, boat or canoe. Tour the park in any season, and take in guided nature trails, bicycling, snowmobiling, or cross country skiing.[3] There are also nearby the 18-hole Greenhills Golf Course, as well as a rainbow trout stocked fishing area named Steiestol Lake within the park.[4]


Highways and Transportation Minister Judy Bradley announced that Highway 38 was to be improved January 14, 1999.[5]


  1. ^ McLennan, David. "The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan – Details". Kelvington. Retrieved 2007-05-10. 
  2. ^ McLennan, David. "The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan". Kelvington. Retrieved 2007-05-10. 
  3. ^ Saskatchewan Environment, Government of Saskatchewan. "Park Information". Retrieved 2007-05-10. 
  4. ^ "Search Saskatchewan Tourism Products". East Central Saskatchewan Tourism Official Web Site. 2007. 
  5. ^ Government of Saskatchewan. "PAVING ANNOUNCED ON HIGHWAY NO. 38". Retrieved 2007-05-10. 

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