North Battleford & the Town of Battleford are two communities located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada surrounded by the North Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers. They provide a look into the history of the First Nation people, the North West Mounted Police, the railroad and the early European pioneers who first settled in the region. Saskatchewan travel guide Click Here - Plan your travel to Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada with the Canada EH Tourism Guide
The Battleford Fort
The Battleford Fort
The Battleford Fort is a National Historic Site of Canada, once operated by the North West Mounted Police, located near the banks of the Battle and North Saskatchewan Rivers in the Town of Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Finlayson Island
Finlayson Island
Finlayson Island is a nature trail park accessed from arched foot bridges. The bridges connect to a day use area and 14+ kilometres of hiking trails popular for outdoor activities like hiking, picnicking, fishing, birdwatching and cross country skiing.
Town of Battleford
Town of Battleford
The Town of Battleford (located south of the North Saskatchewan River) was established during the construction of the 1876 North West Mounted Police fort.
City of North Battleford
City of North Battleford
The City of North Battleford (located north of the North Saskatchewan River) was established during the arrival of the railroad in the early 1900s.
Highway of Yellow
The highways are lined in a yellow blanket as we travel near the Battlefords in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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NWMP Mountie
As we enter the Battlefords there is a statue of a Mountie.

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Canola Fields of the Battlefords
From the highway we watch as vast hectares of canola fields coat the earth in a yellow blanket near the Battlefords in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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Canola Fields of the Battlefords
From the highway we watch as vast hectares of canola fields coat the earth in a yellow blanket near the Battlefords in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

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