Escape into the wilderness where adventure awaits you. The Town of Hudson Bay, known as the Moose Capital of the World, is nestled in the Red Deer Valley, between the Porcupine and Pasquia Hills in North East Saskatchewan.
Hudson Bay is located at the junction of major Highways 3 and 9. The
Red Deer, Etomami and Fir Rivers are all within close proximity to
town. Hudson Bay is surrounded by 4 million acres of Provincial
Forestry, making it a great escape to enjoy the untouched
wilderness. The location offers magnificent scenery, unspoiled
wilderness and abundant wildlife.
The area is well known as Saskatchewan’s premier snowmobiling
destination with over 670 kms of platinum award winning groomed
trails that wind through the boreal forest. The natural beauty of Hudson
Bay is one of a kind and something you will always remember.
Hudson Bay is an outdoor enthusiasts dream; offering a wide range of outdoor activities. The community gives you the opportunity to enjoy hiking, bird watching, snowmobiling, wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing, ATVing, camping and much more! The area is also very well known for the range of rare plants found in the valley areas. The area also offers amazing star gazing opportunities and an excellent chance of observing the fantastic Aurora Borealis.
Along with the endless outdoor recreational opportunities, Hudson Bay’s rich history offers much more to add to the adventure. The AL Mazur Memorial Heritage Park depicts Hudson Bay Junction circa 1909 and consists of a small village of buildings such as a train station, printing house, general store, blacksmith shop and a Boer War era home among many others all located within the 16 acre park. The park also houses the Tea House with one of the largest collections in Canada as well as an Antique John Deere Tractor Collection believed to be one of the largest private collections in Western Canada. You can also see this amazing antique tractor collection come to life in the annual Heritage Day Parade held the 3rd Saturday of August each year.
Hudson Bay is the last stop in Saskatchewan for Via Rail heading north to the Port of Churchill. The unforgettable train journey takes you through the boreal forest heading north to Churchill Manitoba where you can observe polar bears and beluga whales in their natural habitat. Many people make Hudson Bay the start and end destination to this memorable journey. A via rail shelter is provided at the train stop, along with free parking.
The Hudson Bay Regional Park offers extensive opportunities for recreational activities. The park includes many kilometers of nature trails, camping, fishing, picnic area, water sports, 9 hole grass green golf course, cross country ski trails, playground and is the site of a 300 year old fur trade post along the Red Deer River. The Park consists of the South site just south of town on highway 9, Ruby Lake located north of town, Dagg Creek Recreational Area located 20km south on highway 9, Greenbush Recreational Area located 20km highway 3 west and Saginas Lake Recreation Site.
Hudson Bay is a small and safe community known for excellent hospitality and its friendly citizens. If you are looking for somewhere to relax and slow life down, this is the perfect location for you. If you like exploring and adventure, Hudson Bay will take your breath away with all its possibilities!
Scenic adventure awaits around every corner in Hudson Bay!
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