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Looking South from Centre Street

Along with places to visit, you will be surprised at all the wildlife in and around Frontier. Moose, antelope, mule deer, white tail deer, elk, fox, badger, prairie dogs and richardson ground squirrels are commonly seen.

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35 km West
Sweeping vistas of the open prairie, incredible sunrises and sunsets and an abundance of wildflowers and grassland birds are just some of the many natural attractions of this remarkable place.

60.9 km
East

Grasslands is the first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. Eavesdrop on a prairie dog town or learn about how Sitting Bull took refuge here after the battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. Guided hikes, interpretive trails, bird watching, and nature photography are popular activities in Grasslands.
50 km Northwest
In 1991, a large vertebra was found near to the town of Eastend in SW Saskatchewan. This exciting initial discovery turned out to be Scotty, Canada's most complete Tyrannosaurus rex!
125 km Northwest
This former North West Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police post (circa 1878-83) was later used (1942-68) to breed horses for the force and the Musical Ride.
174 km Northwest
What could be better than finding an oasis in the heart of the prairies? Be prepared to be wowed by the scenery and attention to detail at Saskatchewan’s only Winery, where far exceeding visitor expectations is a matter of personal pride!
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Check out the awesome animals and scenery that SouthWest Saskatchewan and the country of Canada have to offer.
Elk in Mustard Field
Flicker In Flight

Fawn Portrait
Wildlife photographs by Kim Bennett, Climax, SK

Frenchman River Valley
15 km North
The scenic Frenchman River makes its way through this valley and teams with wildlife and majestic scenery. Portions of the valley were used by the NW Mounted Police when traveling from Wood Mountain to Fort Walsh.

Frenchman River Valley
4 km South

Honey Bee Manufacturing manufacturers draper platforms that attach to most combines and many of the windrower tractors in the market today.

Honey Bee Logo

 

'You don't need to be a professional photographer to get great photographs of the wildlife in the area!'

 
 

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