Tourist Attractions

See bottom of page for map and here are some of the attractions:

Barn Playhouse:  Live theatre 306-239-4600

Batoche
– Located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River

– Relates Metis culture and society – Northwest Resistance
– Batoche National Historic Site – 306-423-6227   batoche@pc.gc.ca

Beardy’s / Okemasis First Nation:
–  Band Office 306-467-4523   www.sicc.sk.ca/bands/index (choose Beardy’s & Okemasis)

Bellevue
– Located in RM St. Louis, 306-422-6170 or rm431@sasktel.net

Duck Lake:
– Town of Duck Lake:  306-467-2277 or town.ducklake@sasktel.net
– Russell Hanson’s RCMP Museum – 205 Elevator Road, 306-467-4611
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Center – 5 Anderson Avenue, 306-467-2057
Jack Pine Stables –  located 11 km north of Duck Lake, 306-467-2005
Living Waters Camp – Highway #11 five miles south of MacDowall (One hour  and ten minutes north of Saskatoon and 20 minutes south of Prince Albert). The camp is nestled in 30 acres of pine and aspen, bordering Adamson Lake.
Scrimshaw Artworks – 5 Anderson Avenue, 306-467-2226
Mami’s Country Quilts – 253 Front Street, 306-467-4453
St. Laurent Ferry: East of Duck Lake on grid road between Highway 11 and 225 , (306) 423-6520
St. Laurent Shrine – located off Highway 11, (3 miles N of Duck Lake), 306-467-4447
– Outdoor Murals – 12 located on building throughout the town.

Fish Creek
– Artisan Pat Adams fishcreek@sasktel.net

Fort Carlton Provincial Parks
– 306-467-5205 or FortCarlton@gov.sk.ca
  

Hague:
– Town of Hague  306-225-2155 or town.hague@sasktel.net
Sask River Valley Museum – 307 East Railway Street, (306) 225-2112 or rivervalleymuseum@sasktel.net
Hague Ferry: Utube Video, East of Hague from Highway 11, 306-225-5678

Hepburn:
– Village of Hepburn 306-947-2170 or hepburnvillage@sasktel.net
Museum – Open all year long, (306) 947-4351

Laird:
– Village of Laird – 306-223-4343 or lairdvillage@sasktel.net

One Arrow First Nation:
– Band Office 306-423-5900

Riverbend Hutterite Colony:
– 306-945-2106

Rosthern:
– Town of Rosthern   306-232-4826 or townofrosthern@sasktel.net
Mennonite Heritage Museum – Highway #312 – turn South on 6th Avenue in Rosthern, (306) 232-5633; Mennonite Heritage cultural items and artifacts
Valley Aquatic Centre – 3013 6th Street, (306)-232-5044
Rosthern Valley Regional Park   – located 15 minutes north of Hague, (306) 232-5000
Station Arts Centre – 701 Railway Avenue, (306) 232-5332 or george@stationarts.com; live summer theatre, concerts, tea room
Rosthern Tourism Booth – 500 6th St E, 306-232-5151
Willow Creek Guest Ranch – 306-232-5024
Seager Wheeler Farm National Historic Site – East of Rosther on Highway 312, 306-232-5959 or 306-232-5596
Shekinah Retreat Center – located 50 minutes north of Saskatoon, 306-945-4929

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Seager Wheeler National Historic Site
– Orchards, tea room, farm  306-232-5959 or seagerwheeler@sasktel.net

Valley Regional Park:
– 18-hole grass green golf course, campsites   306-232-5272 or valley.reg.park@sasktel.net

Wakaw:
– Town of Wakaw – 306-233-4223 or town.wakaw@sasktel.net
– Wakaw Lake Regional Park – 306-233-5744
John Diefenbaker Law Office, Wakaw Heritage Museum – 306-233-4223

Waldheim:
– Town of Waldheim  306-945-2161 or town.waldheim@sasktel.net
Museum – Upper floor of C.N. Station, 4002 Central Ave. South of the Post Office, (306) 945-4828
– Valley Regional Park site 306-945-2161
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Golf Club & Campground – East of the Town of Waldheim, 306-945-2255

Willow Creek Guest Ranch
– 306-232-5024 or willowcreekranch@sasktel.net
– Horse riding experience, trails and accommodation

 

Sask River Valley Tourist Attractions