The Great Wall of Saskatchewan is located near Smiley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Built by Albert Johnson between 1962-1988 according to the very faded sign at the location. While cleaning up the fields, the rocks would come here instead of laying in random piles everywhere.
There is also a sod house there to see and a guest book to sign. A great spot to stop and check out while backroading in Saskatchewan. The Wall stretches more than half a kilometer and has an average height of 6ft but gets as high as 12ft in some spots. Built in such a way that it requires nothing to hold it together.