Saskatchewan Highway 57
|Length:||17 km (11 mi)|
|West end:||Hwy 5 near Kamsack|
|East end:||Manitoba border near Madge Lake
continues as PTH 57
Highway 57 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 5 east of Kamsack to the Manitoba border, where it transitions into PTH 57. Highway 57 is about 17 km (11 mi.) long within Saskatchewan.
Highway 57 passes through the Duck Mountain Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, and Kamsack Beach and Ministik Beach, located along Madge Lake, are accessible from the highway. Once the highway crosses the Manitoba border, it continues for 2 km to its eastern terminus at PTH 83.
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