Located in the scenic rolling hills of Lumsden in the Qu'Appelle Valley. Learn how science helped this Saskatchewan based, award-winning orchard to grow fruit not native to the region. Stay for a slice of gluten-free prairie cherry pie and taste their fruit wines.Book into one of their orchard tours or enjoy a unique event like Supper in the Orchard.
Featuring 11 playing fields spread out over 60 acres of natural terrain, complete with man made obstacles and buildings, you'll be entertained for hours. Forget the snowball fights, they're open year round!
Located 10-minutes north of Regina, this family farm opens its doors to the public to learn about sustainable ethically grown produce. Make sure the children get time to enjoy the petting zoo and hay rides before heading back to the city with some fresh produce.
Situated on the shores of Last Mountain Lake, Regina Beach is a beautiful beach area with a playground, picnic areas and kayak rentals. The town boasts cute cafes, restaurants and shops making it the perfect place to spend an entire day with the family.
Glimpse into what daily prairie life was like in the early 1900s. Learn about farm work in the fields and how to care for animals. Guide yourself through the homestead of William Richard Motherwell, an agriculture activist, who founded the Department of Agriculture at the then-new University of Saskatchewan in 1908.
Visit this working cattle ranch and training facility in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley, just 25 minutes from Regina. Plan a Western-themed dinner and ranch-style entertainment for a small or large group. Participate in riding lessons by trained professionals available for all stages of riders.