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Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan

    Wood Mountain is a village located in south central Saskatchewan, a few kilometres north of where the famous North West Mounted Police post was originally located. For several years in the 1870s, the N.W.M.P. monitored Sitting Bull and the thousands of Sioux who fled to this area after the battle at Little Big Horn.
    Today, the village has many unique and exciting tourism adventures, and is surrounded by native prairie, farms, ranches, a kaolin mine, a First Nations reservation of Lakota Sioux, Grasslands National Park, and numerous towns.
Wood Mountain, Summer 2003; click to see 1989
Look at pictures and maps of the Wood Mountain area, under "Information", and see some of the excellent activities this area offers, listed under "Attractions".  Click "Services" to see what services are in our area and village.  Find out where you can spend the week, in the Accommodations section.  See what businesses are located in the Wood Mountain region.  Take a peek into our rich History.

Wood Mountain Stampede – July 12-14, 2013


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During the Summer, the Regional Park offers swimming and food services.

3rd Annual Wood Mountain Folk Festival
Aug. 24th,2013 at the Mergel Ranch


Wood Mountain NWMP Trail Celebration
(complete: July 1, 2009)

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Last Updated: April 15, 2013
Site created: July 1997
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