Parks, trails and "points of interest" in and around the community of North Battleford & the Town of Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada including the surrounding communities of Maymont, Hafford, Cando, Cut Knife, Blaine Lake, Maidstone and Wilkie.
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.
Redberry Lake is a birdwatching wilderness destination with over 200 local and migrating bird species sighted including songbirds, shore birds, predator birds and waterfowl. The parkland is a World Biosphere Reserve.
Battlefords Provincial Park is on the eastern shore of Jackfish Lake and measures about 14 hectares (34 acres) in size. There is a white sandy beach, campgrounds, day use area and many opportunities for water sport activities
Finlayson Island is a year round recreation destination. During the summer the island is a very popular location for hiking, picnicking, fishing and birding. In the winter months the trails become cross country ski trails.
Blue Mountain is a recreation destination measuring 583 hectares (1440 acres) designed for xc skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter and hiking, canoeing and kayaking in the summer. Located 32 kilometres northeast of the Battlefords.