Explore the various activities offered throughout the Meewasin Valley!
Photo Courtesy of Tourism Saskatoon
Photo Courtesy of Gary Houlder
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Beaver Creek Conservation Area (BCCA)
Located 13 km south of Saskatoon off Highway #219, BCCA was established in 1979. An interpretive centre opened in 1984. A microcosm of the Meewasin Valley, it is located where a prairie creek meets a prairie river.
The Marr Residence is the oldest building in Saskatoon which is still on its original site. The house was built in 1884 by Sandy Marr. In 1885 the house served as a field hospital (during the Northwest Resistance). The present owner is the City of Saskatoon, who granted municipal designation as a heritage site in 1982.
The Marr house and garden is open for programs, workshops and tours throughout the year. Further information can be obtained by calling 306-652-1201 or by visiting their website.
Meewasin's River Landing Water Spray Feature
In the River Landing water spray feature you can find water bodies, cities, forts, borders, animal tracks, footprints and various embedded shapes.