Indian Head, Saskatchewan City Profile

Indian Head was settled in 1882 just ahead of the Canadian Pacific Railroad.  The town became popular once the railroad was put in because of the one attraction in the area which was the Bell Farm.  Tourists who were taking the train out West would often stop and watch the daily harvesting of the land.  The reason for this was the sheer size of the farm (54,000 acres) which was pretty unheard of in Canada. It’s actually located about 100 miles north of the United States border. The city you would want to go to from here is Regina as it will have any services you might find yourself needing.

Population: 1,910
Elevation: 1,900ft (579m)
Website: http://www.townofindianhead.com/
News: Indian Head Today

Attractions

  • Towns Historic Walking Tour
  • Katepwa Park
  • Qu’appelle Valley
  • Grand Avenue Shopping

Places to Stay

  • Corner House Bed and Breakfast
  • Eden House Bed and Breakfast
  • Grand Avenue Inn & Wooden Nickel Saloon
  • Indian Head Motel Bar & Grill
  • Sunshine Motel

Places to Eat

  • A-1 Pizza – (306) 695-5040
  • Arrowhead Convenience Store – (306) 695-3708
  • China Garden Restaurant – (306) 695-2793
  • Dairy Mart – (306) 695-2030
  • Grand Avenue Inn & Wooden Nickel Saloon – (306) 695-2163
  • Indian Head Bakery
  • Bigway Foods
  • Ice Cream Parlor
  • JV Restaurant

 

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