There is plenty to do here at North Country Bed & Breakfast including hunting, sledding and quadding, hiking and cross country skiing ... but that's not all. The following list is a few things that are in and around Hudson Bay and North Country Bed & Breakfast.
Hudson Bay Golf Course
Another excellent facility is the, lush Nine-Hole Golf Course with grass greens on a slightly rolling landscape featuring tree-lined fairways that can be a challenge to any golfer. The Golf Club takes a great deal of pride in their organization and facility. Their modern clubhouse is equipped with a lounge and pro shop and provides a place for members and visitors to relax between rounds. Regular fun and competitive tournaments are run throughout the summer and visitors are always welcome. A round of golf is only $19.
Red Deer River Saddle Club
The Red Deer Downs, which opened in 1982, features an excellent oval horse racing track. The Red Deer Saddle Club hosts an annual rodeo with chuck wagon and chariot racing, gymkhana and horse show events in the show arena during the summer months. Also found at the Downs are a concession stand, clubhouse, riding arena and silhouette range.
The Pasqua Gun Club, with 40 - 50 members, looks after another popular facility within the Park boundaries. The rifle-handgun range is presently being relocated. There are facilities for trap shooting, and the clubhouse features an indoor range. Their silhouette range is located within the Red Deer Downs.
Pineview Cross Country Ski Trails consist of approximately 30 km of groomed trails which offer a scenic trip through pine and spruce groves. Entrance to the trails is shared with Red Deer Downs. There are several challenging routes to choose from or venture into the wilderness and make your own trail over hills, meadows and frozen rivers. Work is presently under way to extend the trails. The trails go right through North Country Bed & Breakfast, so you can jump into your skis right after breakfast and not have to worry about driving anywhere.
The Ruby Lake Recreation site was added to the Hudson Bay Regional Park in 2002. This provides a lake for recreational boating, a beach, swimming area, playground, picnic sites, 2-30amp sites, 2-15amp sites, and 5 unserviced sites. Swimming, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, wake-boarding, tubing, canoeing and kayaking are popular recreational pastimes during the summer season.
The Regional Park (2011 Park of the Year) also has camping facilities, picnic areas, a covered camp kitchen, a playground, hiking trails and many recreation facilities. The camping area consists of 36 electrical sites, 23 sites with 30/15 amp service and 13 with 15 amp only. It also consists of 6 tenting pads, central RV sewage disposal, showers and washroom facilities. Watch for the Big Ice Fishing Derby, run by the local Lions Club.
Hudson Bay Events Calendar
For more information on events going on in Hudson Bay, SK, check out their Events Calendar.