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Attractions

Adare Museum
711 Wolseley Avenue, Grenfell, SK 
This Queen Anne revival style home is operated by volunteers Friday through Sunday,  July 1 through September 1  each year, or by special request. Souvenirs, postcards and Grenfell history books are available. A special tribute to Grenfell's agricultural roots can be found on the property, with a miniature display of historical elevators. 

Downtown Shopping District
Desmond Street, Grenfell, SK
Downtown Grenfell boasts a strong and unique business community complete with locally-owned retail shops, restaurants and services.

Gaia Power Wind Farm
Just South of Highway 1
Ten massive wind turbines dot the prairie landscape, approximately 10 kilometres west of Grenfell and can be seen from the TransCanada Highway.

Grenfell Golf Course
600 Wolseley Avenue, Grenfell, SK
Enjoy a nine-hole sand green golf course, conveniently located just across the road from the swimming pool and campground. Seasonal memberships can be purchased at the Town Office, while daily fees can be paid at No. 1 Hole. No carts available for rental. Washroom facilities closed due to COVID-19. 

Grenfell Recreational Park Arena
709 Lake Street, Grenfell, SK
The Grenfell Recreational Park Arena is home to the Spitfires. With a capacity of 3,400, it is the hub of fun and activity through all seasons: hosting the CanSkate program, Grenfell Minor Hockey, Grenfell Senior Hockey, the Grenfell Fall Fair, the 1-47 Crusiers Car Show and other special events.

Grenfell Recreational Park Campground
709 Lake Street, Grenfell, SK 
The Grenfell Recreational Park (GRP) Campground features 49 full-service, drive-thru campsites with shower and washroom facilities on site. The campground opens May long weekend and closes on October 15. The campground features two cook shacks, a picnic area and is in close proximity to the playground and outdoor swimming pool.

Grenfell Swimming Pool
709 Lake Street, Grenfell, SK 
A popular summer attraction to residents and visitors alike is the Grenfell outdoor swimming pool. Children enjoy the beach-entry pool, complete with a waterslide, spray fountains and water feature. Parents have the option of soaking up the sun from the nearby green space, or enjoying the shade under the pergola.

Qu'Appelle Valley
Highway 47, 20 kilometres north of Grenfell
The Qu'Appelle Valley is home to three Provincial Parks: Crooked Lake, Echo Valley and Katepwa Point. Crooked Lake is located just north of Grenfell and offers wildlife enthusiasts, boats, anglers, and campers and ideal location to enjoy lakeside campsites, sandy beaches, picnic sites, a boat launch and playground.