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Birch Hills | Saskatchewan

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Birch Hills & District Museum

The Birch Hills & District Historical Society museum features agricultural, household, taxidermy, war veterans, arts and crafts and hospital ward exhibits. They have an extensive collection of Saskatchewan local history books and an acreage with a log barn, milk house and vintage farm machinery display. Don’t forget to stop at the thrift shop located in the basement for some vintage finds!

Stop by on the second Sunday of August for the annual threshing and family fun day for some local culture!

Photo: saskmuseums.org/museums/detail/birch-hills-district-historical-society

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Prince Albert Gliding and Soaring Club

Based out of the Birch Hills airport, this gliding club offers visitors the unique opportunity to soar over the local countryside!

Participants are winch launched approximately 610 meters above the ground in a two-seat glider. Your pilot will release the tow rope and demonstrate the marvels of motorless flight, demonstrating how a glider can stay airborne for hours by cheating the laws of gravity using the laws of thermal dynamics. An introductory guest flight can last approximately 8-30 minutes.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience the heights that Saskatchewan can offer!

Guest flights are between 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM on weekends and holidays.

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Struthers Lake Regional Park

Located southeast of Birch Hills, Struthers Lake is a well-maintained park with beautiful trees, luscious green grass and plenty of room to roam.

Explore the rolling sand hills bordering Struthers Lake, which offers fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, canoeing and a swimming beach. Families will enjoy the splash park and waterslide, along with two playgrounds. Sand volleyball court, ball diamond, horseshoe pits and nature trails are also available.

Cabins and campgrounds are available for rent, with accessible washrooms and showers on site.

Photo: saskregionalparks.ca/park/struthers-lake/

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Jumping Lake

Just south of Birch Hills is Jumping Lake, a small freshwater lake popular locally for migratory bird hunting and fishing yellow pickerel. This hidden gem promises a peaceful time out on the water or relaxing on the beach.

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Home Town of Olympic Champion Earl Thomson

Born in Birch Hills, Saskatchewan, Earl Thomson won an Olympic gold medal in the 110m high hurdles in 1920.

Thomson’s record in 110 m hurdles was tied but not broken until 1928.

His record in the 120-yard hurdles was tied but not broken until 1931.

 

Read more about Earl Thomson | People of Small Towns

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Birch Hills Sportsgrounds

Located between the Birch Hills Golf Course and Lions Park Base Diamonds, Birch Hills Sportsgrounds offers campgrounds that are designated electrified RV sites plus overflow RV parking and a grassed area for tents.

The campground is perfect for group bookings and family gatherings. A canteen, picnic shelter, group firepit and free firewood for onsite use are available, along with a dump station and a washroom (no showers). All six sites have a picnic table, pole barbeque, water service and sewage dumps.

Photo: https://www.birchhills.ca/?page_id=74

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Birch Hills Golf Course

Just outside of Birch Hills is a beautiful 9-hole golf course. This hidden gem offers a quiet and tranquil golfing experience that will satisfy you. Golf carts, clubs, and pull-carts are available for rent. Find out more at the website below.

Photo: https://www.birchhillsgolfcourse.ca/

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Birch Tree Cafe

Birch Tree Cafe is a cozy restaurant in Birch Hills. Stop in and experience our noteworthy confections in a casual environment.

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