The trail from Gordie Howe Bridge to the Sanitorium Site will be closed for an estimated two weeks for repairs and improvements. Please watch our website and social media for further details and re-opening dates.
Beaver Creek Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, from 10 am – 5 pm!
Due to COVID-19, a capacity limit is in place of 125 people or 40 cars on site at one time. The Interpretive Centre is currently closed to the public; however, washroom facilities are open for use by one household unit at a time. While visiting and hiking the trails, please observe physical distancing guidelines and do your part to keep everyone safe! A note that the best time to avoid crowds is first thing in the morning and on weekdays.
Meewasin requires the use of masks to access the washroom facilities in our Interpretive Centre.
Meewasin works with children under 12 at Beaver Creek Conservation Area as regular visitors to our site and during our school programs. As this age group is not yet eligible for vaccination, masks continue to be an important tool to help us prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Until the children we serve are able to be vaccinated, Meewasin’s team members will wear masks in the Interpretive Centre and any time we are working with children. We ask that members of the public wishing to use our washroom facilities wear a mask to enter the building.
Thank-you for helping keep our staff and our youngest visitors safe!
These policies were informed by guidelines from the World Health Organization, the CDC, and the Infectious Diseases Division of the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Beaver Creek is typically open Wednesday to Sunday, from 10am to 5pm. Due to COVID-19, a capacity limit and other restrictions are in place. Call the staff at Beaver Creek for more info at 306-374-2474
Call Beaver Creek for an update on capacity or trail conditions at (306) 374-2474. View Beaver Creek trails on this map.
Meewasin Skating Rink @Nutrien Plaza: Closed for the season
*Please note that due to the news surrounding COVID-19, the Meewasin Main Office will be closed until further notice. Contact Meewasin by email: email@example.com and by phone: 306-665-6887
The Meewasin Trail lives in and outside of the City of Saskatoon, on both sides of the river, and includes several sites and services to help you make the most of your adventures. Explore the natural habitat along the riverbank, discover culture at museums and interpretive sites, and take advantage of enhancements such as parks and canoe launches. Our Trail Guide which includes a map, is sponsored by the Saskatoon Road Runners, and is available at our office.
Many parks and sites are located along the Meewasin Trail, a must-see attraction. The trail runs over 90 km along both sides of the river, winding under the bridges, and through beautifully landscaped parks and natural areas. Residents and visitors flock to the trail to cycle, jog, stroll or simply gaze at the scenery.
Exploring the trail is easy! Access points are found throughout the city, with maps and interpretive signage along the route. View our Meewasin Trail Guide 2018 for site information and a detailed map of the trail on the Meewasin Trail Map!