Wildflower Walk

Explore the wonderful world of wildflowers!

Join Meewasin on a guided walk at Beaver Creek Conservation Area, to learn about local plants, wildflowers, and pollinators that love them.

Did you know that somewhere between 75% and 95% of all flowering plants on the earth need help with pollination? As you hike along the trail, your guide will direct your attention to various native plants and wildflowers in bloom, and talk about the important relationships they have with the animals that pollinate them.

After your walk, you’ll be treated to a cold drink created by our pals at Primal Restaurant (featuring ingredients that wouldn’t exist without pollinators!). You will also have the opportunity to contribute to biodiversity by planting a wildflower on site.

All proceeds from this experience support Meewasin’s conservation and education programs, making this a truly sustainable experience featuring the local flora and fauna of the Meewasin Valley.

Time: Fridays 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM, Saturdays 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM 

Location: Beaver Creek Conservation Area (map

Guided Educational Tour: Join Meewasin guide Kelton Braun and team for an educational journey through Beaver Creek Conservation Area.

Informative Experience: This experience is not just a walk, but a sneak peek into the world of Saskatchewan’s native plants and pollinators.

Hands-On Learning: Plant your own wildflower on site, contributing to the beauty and biodiversity of the area. It’s a personal touch that makes this experience truly regenerative.

Refreshing Cold Beverage: After the hike, relax and refresh with a special cold drink, created with ingredients courtesy of our hardworking pollinators. This delicious treat is created by Primal Restaurant, adding a gourmet twist to the adventure.

Small Group Setting: Limited to a small group for a personalized experience.

WHAT’S INCLUDED
Your ticket price includes:

  • 2.5 hour experience led by a Meewasin guide
  • 1 cold beverage created by Primal Restaurant, featuring ingredients made possible by our pollinators
  • Magnifiers to borrow and all other equipment you might need to participate

WHAT’S EXCLUDED
Your ticket price does NOT include:

  • Transportation to and from Beaver Creek Conservation Area

Limited availability: Only 16 spots available per event.

Please bring a full water bottle to carry with you on the hike (there is no potable water at Beaver Creek).

Please dress for the weather and come prepared to hike. Things like a hat, sunscreen, bug spray and proper outerwear will make your experience more enjoyable - good footwear is a must!

Beaver Creek Conservation Area is natural habitat for ticks. Ticks will be present on site. Please do a thorough tick check at the end of your visit.

For any inquiries, contact events@meewasin.com

Due to the features of this activity, this experience is not considered accessible for guests with limited mobility.
This is an outdoor experience and the program will go rain or shine. Please dress for the weather and come prepared to hike. Things like a hat, sunscreen, bug spray and proper outerwear will make your experience more enjoyable - good footwear is a must! In the event of extreme weather, our staff will contact you to discuss alternate options.