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Indian Head, Saskatchewan is just minutes away from the majestic
Qu’Appelle Valley. Inquire at the campground office for directions to
take the walking tour through Indian Head -- named five times Provincial
Winner in the "Communities in Bloom" program in its population category.

Indian Head Golf and Country Club
A stunningly beautiful course featuring gently undulating fairways, bordered by more than 30,000 mature
pine and spruce, combined with several species of prairie trees and shrubs, which provide a home to a
variety of prairie song birds, give the course a natural park-like feel.  Walk-ons are welcome.  The dress
code is casual. Credit cards and Interac are accepted. The pro shop can supply equipment
and power cart rentals. Putt and chip practice green and driving range available.

Bell Farm Round Barn
The Bell Farm at Indian Head consisted of 53,000 acres (210 km²). This was so huge and out of the ordinary
that, on many occasions, the passenger trains would stop and let the passengers watch the harvesting
operation. This Historic Round Stone Barn was built in 1882 just North of Indian Head on Hwy 56.

It has undergone a reconstruction and preservation and is now open for tours.

Rural Sports Hall of Fame and Museum
In 1992, the Rural Sports Hall of Fame opened in Indian Head; notable inductees have included
CKRM’s Willie Cole and Barry Trapp of Hockey Canada. Located at 405 Dewdney Street.

The Indian Head Statue
The statue with a height of 18 feet was built in 1985. Weighing 3,500 pounds, it was built from metal
pipe, metal mesh, and 3 coats of cement at a cost of $12,750. It was designed by Don Foulds.
The statue is located at the southwest corner of Indian Head on the north side of Hwy 1.

Indian Head Museum
The museum is a 1907 two story brick fire hall located at the corner of Bell & Otterloo Streets.
The site includes: 1883 Bell Farm cottage used by hired help on the famous Bell Farm; 1926 one-room
country school; replica 1930s village garage; military building - remembering local people who served our country.
Open: July to August or by appointment. 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Katepwa Beach Golf Club
Nestled in the quiet beauty of the Qu'Appelle Valley, the Katepwa Beach Golf Club is one of the most
scenic golf courses on the Canadian Prairies. Play the course once and each hole will be vividly imprinted in your
memory. Carved deep into the vast plain of Southern Saskatchewan by ancient glacial melt water, the beautiful
Qu’Appelle Valley provides a stunning setting for this 18 hole golf course. Just a 15 minute drive from Indian Head.

Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site of Canada
Motherwell Homestead depicts the lifestyles, costumes, and architecture of the early 20th century.
Costumed guides give you a glimpse of the life and career of pioneer farmer and politician, W.R. Motherwell,
and his significant influence on the development of scientific agriculture in Western Canada.
Just 50 minutes to Abernethy (3 km south of Abernethy on Highway #22).

Saskatchewan Science Centre and Kramer IMAX Theatre
A place to have fun together! Bring your family to the coolest place in town! Learn about science,
math, technology and the vast world around us! Over 150 permanent, hands-on exhibits, live
stage shows, amazing Gryo-Gym, and one of the tallest climbing walls in Canada at the Science Center.
Plus the Kramer IMAX Theatre showing breathtaking IMAX films on a five-storey screen
and wrap-around sound. Just 45 minutes into Regina.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Located in Wascana Park at the corner of College Avenue and Albert Street in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Explore Saskatchewan and your world - the past, the present, and the future - as never before.
The Museum features several galleries including an honest, accurate, sensitive presentation of
Saskatchewan's natural and geological history in the Earth Sciences Gallery; 10,000 years of First Nations
cultures past and present; Life Sciences Gallery shows Saskatchewan’s eco-regions and the impact of the
"human factor"; the Paleo Pit provides "hands-on" learning.
Just 45 minutes into Regina.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre
On May 24, 2007, the RCMP Heritage Centre opened to the public. The Centre tells the story of the RCMP
through the use of state of the art exhibits, multimedia technologies and engaging educational programming.
The RCMP Heritage Centre is owned and operated by the Mounted Police Heritage Centre, a non-profit
charitable organization dedicated to telling the RCMP story to the world. Visitors to the Centre will learn about
the history of the RCMP as well as modern workings of the Force. For main exhibits please click on the link above.
Just 45 minutes into Regina.

The Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
Tours of the Legislative Building are available seven days a week in English and French and are
conducted on the hour and on the half hour. Parliamentary Educational Brochures are available at the kiosk
in the building entrance. Parliamentary Educational Videos may be viewed upon request.
There is no charge for tours. Just 45 minutes into Regina.

Saskatchewan Government House
Government House was built in 1891, and first served as the official residence of the Queen’s representative.
It was completed when the area known today as Saskatchewan was still part of the Northwest Territories.
This magnificent structure was the seat of Government and was designed by Thomas Fuller, Chief Architect
for the Dominion of Canada and designer of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa. It was a symbol of power
and was remarkably advanced for its day. It was the first home on the western prairies to feature electric
lights, hot and cold running water, central steam heating, and telephone service. From 1981 to the present,
Government House functions as a tourism destination and an educational facility for the general public.
Just 45 minutes into Regina.

Casino Regina and Show Lounge
Casino Regina offers a gaming experience like no other, with almost 800 slot machines and 35 table games,
including Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, Caribbean Stud Poker, Red Dog and Three Card Poker, all
surrounded by the charm and beauty of the historic Union Train Station. The Show Lounge features weekly
headliners from across North America. Casino Regina is open 7 days a week 9 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Just 45 minutes into Regina.

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