Kindersley Tourism Centre — 901 11th Ave. E
Kindersley, Saskatchewan is a growing community with thriving industries in oil, gas, agriculture, and tourism. Located in West Central Saskatchewan on highways 7 and 21, Kindersley is not just another town to drive through, it is a community you will want to stop in and explore! Boasting a small community feel with natural backdrops, recreation, arts, shopping and more, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Museum of Lights
We are having our first annual Museum Walk of Lights on December 6, 7, 8, December 13, 14, 15, and December 20, 21, 22 from 6pm-10pm. We will have various activities for families aside from our lights display that will include hot chocolate, sleigh rides, Santa visits, bake sales, and more!
Check out our website: https://museum-lights-2019.weeblysite.com/
Regardless of the season, Kindersley is a great spot for outdoor adventures and exploring nature. The Kindersley Community Walking Trail consists of 4.2km of paved trails surrounding the picturesque Motherwell Reservoir. For those wanting to spend their day outdoors, visit one of the these many additional local locations, including the Kindersley Regional Park and Golf Course , Rock Your World Orchard, Senses Unleashed Dog Park , the Kindersley Aquatic Centre, neighbourhood parks, baseball diamonds, and outdoor rinks. As the largest community in West Central Saskatchewan, Kindersley is considered a hub for recreation in the region. Join in the energy at a game featuring our Klippers, Royals, Crude Hitters, or West Central Wheat Kings, just to name a few.
For those interested in culture and heritage, make sure to visit the Kindersley and District Plains Museum, Garden Gallery, or take in a musical performance at one of our many concerts. Our museum features multiple display rooms and heritage buildings onsite. We are also a short distance from two must see heritage attractions: The Great Wall of Saskatchewan and The Great Sandhills.
Choose Your Own Adventure-Virtual Staycation
This is a “Choose Your Own Adventure” tourism video, to highlight some of the fun things to do in town! At the end of each scene, you are able to choose the next place you would like to virtually visit! Everyone’s staycation in Kindersley will be a little different! Enjoy!
If you are looking for more information about Kindersley or attractions in the region, come visit us at the Tourism Centre located in the Kindersley and District Plains Museum (East of town on Highway 7). The tourism season usually lasts from May 1st-August 31st. Our Tourism Centre offers complimentary coffee and the latest editions of the Kindersley Clarion, The Bean and Kindersley Social. Our friendly Tourism Advisors will assist you in planning your time in Kindersley and surrounding region. Available resources available on site include Destination Kindersley books, Kindersley and District Adventure Guides, Kindersley maps, brochures, local accommodations and a variety of other information. There are also Kindersley and Saskatchewan souvenirs to take home. Come visit our community and ‘Experience Our Energy’!
The Tourism Centre offers both indoor and outdoor amenities including:
- Restrooms (indoor during hours of operation)
- Museum to tour through (indoor and outdoor exhibits)
- Large vehicle parking lot
- Picnic tables
Meet Our Tourism Advisors
My name is Sage and I was born and raised in Kindersley. As I grew up I was very involved in music and dance, both of which are how I continue to enjoy my spare time. I just completed my second year of studies at the University of Saskatchewan, where I am majoring in Anatomy and Cell Biology. I am excited to work in the Kindersley Tourism Centre this summer. I look forward to learning more of the history of Kindersley as well as plan some fun events over the summer!
My name is Madison and I was raised here in Kindersley. I am 19 years old. While I grew up here I was an active member of the Kindersley Figure Skating Club and Student Leadership Council, and played softball and volleyball. I just finished my second year of University at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. I am majoring in Finance. In my free time I like to read, go for walks, and hang out with family and friends. I will be working at the Museum as a Tourism Advisor for the summer. I love to visit with people so feel free to approach me with any questions or inquiries!
There’s ice cream at the Tourist Information Centre! $2 per scoop, we have vanilla, chocolate, and cookies n’ cream! Come by and get yours today! Available until the end of August!