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Outlook is home to around 1,936 people living in west central Saskatchewan, around 80 km southwest of Saskatoon. The town was named Outlook by native Americans for the beautiful scenery in the nearby South Saskatchewan River valley.
Outlook is known for having Canada's longest pedestrian bridge, called Sky Trail, which is 3,000 feet (914.4 meters) long and lets people walk 156 ft (47.5 meters) above the South Saskatchewan River. The South Saskatchewan River is good for canoeing, and the two-day Annual Canoe Trek every August runs from Outlook to Whitecap Dakota First Nations. On the shores of the River is the Outlook & District Regional Park, with campsites, hiking trails, swimming pool, and golf course. There's also a Kinsmen Park for children in town that includes a large and well stocked playground, and paddling pool. The Jim Kook Recreation Complex offers a skating rink, 4 sheet curling rink, and 4 land bowling alley beside 5 ball diamonds.
History fans will enjoy the Outlook & District Heritage Museum which displays over 3000 artifacts including a caboose, arrowheads, and an old jail cell, all in the former CPR terminal. Several buildings in Outlook are adorned with scenic murals - keep an eye open for them when you're there. For more uniqueness, the Canada Saskatchewan Irrigation Diversification Center is an agricultural research facility that offers tours during the summer.
|Birds Nest Inn Outlook||Hotel||Outlook||522 McKenzie Street (PO Box 400)|
|Irrigation Centre Motel Outlook||Hotel||Outlook||Box 789|
|R & R Wilderness Lodge||Hotel||Outlook||Box 982|
|Reed's Roost Bed & Breakfast||B&B||Outlook||5 Carter Crescent (PO Box 1038)|