North Battleford Village, a manufactured home community in the Saskatchewan prairie, has beautiful mature trees and large backyards that will bring you peace. The subtle features of the community will make you want to settle in and never leave! While the city of North Battleford may seem small, it does not lack in character. We delve into all of the exciting places you must visit while in this Canadian neck of the woods.
A depository with more than 80,000 artifacts, the Western Development Museum houses one of the largest historical collections in the province. Some of the highlights include vehicles dating back to the 1920s and steam engines. There is so much to see here that you could easily spend a day wandering through the exhibits. Admission ranges from $4 to $10. The address is Highways 16 & 40, North Battleford.
Battlefords Co-Op Aquatic Centre is a spot where you can get good exercise by participating in aqua fitness classes and afterward enjoy coffee with friends. It has two water slides, a wave pool, and a lazy river, as well as a steam room and whirlpool. The attraction has something for every age group. You’ll find it at 623 Carlton Trail, North Battleford.
In addition to restaurants featuring Canadian food, the city has eateries that offer tasty Asian dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients and freshly made fare. Beaver Creek Express Asian Restaurant serves up excellent Thai dishes, such as coconut curry or chicken curry, as well as Canadian, fusion and vegan options. The address is #2 623 Carlton Trail in North Battleford.
Manufactured homes are available for purchase or rent. To schedule a tour, call 306-445-8778 and ask about our special offers. The address is Unit 1A, 1401 114th Street, North Battleford, SK.