- Govan Golf Course: A free to play 6 hole golf course located in Govan, Saskatchewan with sand greens
- Last Mountain Regional Park Golf Course: $5 to play 9 holes with sand greens
- Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park
- Strasbourg 9 hole golf course
- Every Little Thing and Every Little Thing Decor. World class shopping in two locations in Strasbourg.
- New School Arts in Duval.
- Fishing at Last Mountain Lake: If you’re an angler, a place you can drive to, on paved highways with excellent facilities for launching a boat. Continue this imagination with the idea that, within a few minutes of being on the water, and with a bit of effort and knowledge, you have at least a fifty percent chance of catching a trophy Walleye. This is what Last Mountain Lake has to offer. Other species include Perch, Pike, Burbot, Whitefish, Carp and Buffalo Fish. Walleye over 14 pounds, Pike over 25 pounds and Carp over 40 pounds are not uncommon. During the winter the lake also offers great ice fishing opportunities.
- Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary: The north end of Last Mountain Lake is one of the Prairie Provinces' most important waterfowl staging areas and is a crucial "refueling stop" for waterfowl and other water and land birds on their way from the Arctic to the southern United States. Over 280 species of birds have been recorded and over 100 of these species have been documented to breed in the area.
Since 1887, the sanctuary has increased in size to over 15,600 hectares. Gradually, its significance has been recognized with a number of important designations. In 1987 it became a National Wildlife Area. It is a "Wetland of International Importance", along with 30 other sites in Canada and over 700 locations worldwide. The sanctuary is designated as an Important Bird Area (IBA) and is part of a network of 94 Migratory Bird Sanctuaries scattered throughout Canada. It is also part of the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network and it is recognized as a National Historic Site.
Last Mountain Lake offers habitat for nine of Canada's 36 species of vulnerable, threatened and endangered birds. They include the Peregrine Falcon, the Piping Plover, the Whooping Crane, the Burrowing Owl, the Ferruginous Hawk, the Loggerhead Shrike, the Baird's Sparrow, the Caspian Tern and the Cooper's Hawk. Colonial nesters such as pelicans, cormorants, gulls, terns and grebes are also particularly dependent upon the statutory protection afforded by the NWA. The north end of the lake is also a major walleye-spawning site and 12 provincially rare and one nationally rare plant species are found in the area.
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