All Experiences


Meewasin is more than a trail. We offer a variety of unique tourism experiences guided by local experts which showcase the beautiful Meewasin Valley. And the best part? The proceeds from our tourism programs support Meewasin’s education and conservation efforts. Our experiences are limited-time offerings and sell out fast!

Whether you are a first-time visitor, or the valley is your home, join us! Nature awaits.


Meewasin Walking Tour 

2023 DATES: Wednesdays & Saturdays from Jul 5 through Sep 23

What is Chief Whitecap pointing to at the roundabout by the Traffic Bridge? And why is there a falconry sitting atop the Delta Marriott Hotel? Did you know that the Meewasin Valley is the largest urban conservation zone in Canada?

Join a Meewasin Guide to explore the River Valley in Downtown Saskatoon and learn some quirky facts about the rich history that exists along our riverbank. Designed to connect with visitors and locals alike, this tour is a chance to discover our city in a fun new way!

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Naughty by Nature (19+)

2023 DATES: Thursdays from Jun 29 through Aug 24

Ever wonder how porcupines get it on? We have that answer and more lined up for this fun night out at Beaver Creek Conservation Area.

Meewasin combines some delicious local food & beverages with a tour that takes a light-hearted look at what happens in the river valley after hours. Join us while we “lift the leaves” on the birds and the bees.

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Pollinator Walks

2023 DATES: Jul 8, 16 & 29; Aug 6, 19 & 27

Do you want to know more about the spectacular prairie wildflowers found in the Meewasin Valley and the animals that pollinate them? Join a Meewasin Guide for a Pollinator Walk at Beaver Creek Conservation Area!

Learn a bit about native plants and the pollinators that love them, and have the chance to plant a native wildflower on site. After the hike, enjoy a refreshing cold drink made especially for you with help from pollinators and our friends at Primal Restaurant.

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EcoAdventure Camps

2023 DATES:

Creek Creativity: Jul 12 – 14 (ages 7-9); Jul 19-21 (ages 10-12)

Wandering & Wayfinding: Aug 2-4 (ages 7-9); Aug 16-18 (ages 10-12)

Get outside in nature and have some fun with Meewasin EcoAdventure Camps at Beaver Creek Conservation Area!

These 3-day summer camps include daily guided adventure hikes exploring the unique habitats and diverse ecosystems of Beaver Creek, wild encounters with flora and fauna, engaging experiential crafts and activities and so much more related to the chosen adventure theme of the week.

Camps are geared towards kids aged 7-9 & 10-12 and are offered in July and August.

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Meewasin Grazing Dinners (19+)

2023 DATES: Aug 31, Sep 1, 6, 7 & 8

Meewasin’s Grazing Dinners begin with a private hike through the native prairie at Beaver Creek Conservation Area followed by a delicious locally-sourced three-course dinner featuring Saskatchewan beef. During dessert, you’ll get a chance to get up close to a live sheep and stock dog demonstration and hear about how we use targeted grazing to manage the prairie ecosystems in the river valley.

Meewasin thanks the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association and RBC Tech for Nature for their support of these one-of-a-kind events.

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Meewasin Grazing Demos 

2023 DATES: Fall 2023

Meewasin is bringing back a herd of sheep to the Meewasin Valley once again to practice targeted conservation grazing, at these beautiful, scenic areas of native grasslands!

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Dark Skies Events

2023 DATES: Fall & Winter 2023. Details coming soon!

Join dark sky enthusiasts, local astronomers and Meewasin guides as we visit different sites around the Valley including Beaver Creek Conservation Area, the Northeast Swale and Cranberry Flats for special Dark Skies events! Learn about our night sky, nocturnal wildlife, and how light pollution affects the natural world around us.

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Sip & Skate (19+)

2024 DATES: Winter 2024. Details coming soon!

Skating on an outdoor rink is a defining part of Canadian culture. No winter is complete without a visit to the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink @Nutrien Plaza in downtown Saskatoon. Nestled in Kiwanis Park, this beloved rink sees up to 20,000 visitors per year and has been named one of the best outdoor skating spots in Canada!

Join the Meewasin team for an exclusive small-group skate, and cap off your evening with some delicious local treats by the fire. The best part? No crowds!

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Birding Breakfast – LIMITED TIME OFFERING!

Birdwatching is one of the most sustainable types of nature-tourism and Beaver Creek Conservation Area is a birding hot spot!

For a limited time during the spring breeding season, start your morning on the trail with a Meewasin guide and discover some of the remarkable birds that make our river valley home. Following the tour, join us on the deck overlooking Beaver Creek to enjoy a fresh local coffee paired with a continental breakfast box specially curated for this experience.

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Interested in a private event? Meewasin offers some of the above experiences to private groups. Available programs and dates are based on availability and subject to a guest minimum. To inquire about a private event please contact us at:


Meewasin is always exploring innovative ways of enjoying the Valley. Keep an eye on our social media as well as our newsletter for updates on what’s coming next. 

Meewasin has signed the Sustainable Tourism 2030 Pledge, to demonstrate our commitment to improving the sustainability performance of our organization and our offerings between now and 2030, to deliver sustainable experiences and support other local partners to improve sustainability in the Saskatoon region. Each year, we commit to measuring and improving our sustainability performance in the following ways:

Providing experiences that increase participants’ knowledge in environmental stewardship, ecology, or sustainability.

As a charity we will be tracking the profit of all of our tourism experiences and investing that back into the development of new sustainable experiences or investing in the environment through our conservation department.