North Battleford, Saskatchewanwikipedia
Find apartment rentals in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Located in the west central part of the province, this small city is directly across the North Saskatchewan River from the town of Battleford. Together, these cities form what is commonly called “the Battlefords.”
Things to do in North Battleford, Saskatchewan
Whether you’re a homeowner in North Battleford or a resident of its numerous apartment rentals, you and your family can enjoy a number of things to do in the small city.
• Fred Light Museum – hop into this time machine with the museum’s many themed rooms. Visitors can explore the Battleford Room, Ye Olde General Store, Firearms Room, Gasoline Alley, School Room, Veterans Room, and the 1905 Fire Brigade, to name a few.
• Fort Battleford National Historic Site – established in 1876 then abandoned in 1924, this site highlights the role of the North West Mounted Police in the Canadian west. Explorers can view five of the site’s original buildings, four of which are furnished with period furniture.
• Saskatchewan Western Development Museum – this network of museums can be located across four Saskatchewan sites, including Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton. Each of the four focuses on a different theme: transportation, agriculture, economy and people, respectively.
• Art Galleries, Parks and Camping.
Transportation in North Battleford, Saskatchewan
If you’re living in North Battleford’s apartment rentals and looking for a way to get around, the city offers a few options. The City of North Battleford funds the North Battleford Public Transit System, which operates daily, except for Sundays and Holidays. Alternately, residents of the city with accessibility needs can use the Handi-Bus Service on a five-day-a-week demand basis.
City of North Battleford | Saskatchewan | Fred Light Museum | Fort Battleford National Historic Site | Saskatchewan Western Development Museum | North Battleford Public Transit System
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