Enjoy a walk through this Queen Anne revival style house museum located at Wolseley Avenue and Stella Street. Volunteers operate the Adare Museum July 1 through September 1, or by request. Souvenirs, postcards, and Grenfell history books are available onsite. Seasonal summer hours are Thursday to Sunday, 2 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Downtown Shopping Area
Venture down “Main Street” (Desmond Street) to discover the business community. Retail shops, restaurants and services line the downtown, while others are dotted among the community. Here you will find everything you need from sunglasses to medicine, pool toys to flip flops, and more.
Gaia Power Wind Farm
The prairie landscape is embellished with 10 massive wind turbines, located approximately 10 kilometres west of Grenfell. Construction on the wind farm commenced in spring 2018, and is still underway. Seven of the 10 turbines have been erected, and can be seen from the Trans Canada Highway. Those wishing to have a closer look, can travel along Highway 47 south, nearer to the mega-machine wind farm.
Grenfell Recreational Park Arena
The GRP Arena is home of the Grenfell Spitfires. With a capacity of 3,400, it is a hub of fun and activity through all seasons – hosting the CanSkate program, Grenfell Minor Hockey, the Grenfell Fall Fair, 1-47 Cruisers Car Show, and other special events.
Grenfell Recreational Park Campground
The GRP campground features 49 full -service, drive-thru campsites with shower and washroom facilities on site. The campground opens May long weekend and closes upon freeze-up. The campground features two cook shacks/picnic areas and is in close proximity to a playground and outdoor, heated pool.
Grenfell Swimming Pool & Spray Toys
A major summer attraction to residents and visitors alike, is the Grenfell heated, outdoor swimming pool. Children enjoy the beach-entry pool, complete with waterslide, spray fountains and water feature while parents soak up the sun from the nearby green space or enjoy some shade under the pergola.
Grenfell Golf Course
Golfers can enjoy a round on our nine-hole sand green golf course, located on the west side of town.
Tourist Booth & Mini Elevators
Take in the sights of Grenfell’s rich agricultural history with the nostalgic miniature elevators lining the Grenfell Tourist Booth. The Tourist Booth is located a stone’s throw off the TransCanada Highway, and is open June through August. Be sure to check out the quaint gift shop, featuring work of local artisans, Grenfell souvenirs, and regional travel guides and maps.
Saskatchewan’s Qu’Appelle Valley is home to three Provincial Parks: Crooked Lake, Echo Valley and Katepwa Point. Crooked Lake is located 20 kilometres north of Grenfell on Highway 47 and offers wildlife enthusiasts, boaters, anglers, and campers an ideal location to enjoy lakeside campsites, a sandy beach, picnic sites, boat launch, and playground.