Explore the Possibilities
Just 20 minutes south from Saskatoon along a divided highway, Dundurn is a unique offering in Saskatoon's many bedroom communities. It's an easy drive, a great value and nowhere else can offer a lake with real fishing and water sports just 7 kilometres away! Bring your boat!
30 kilometres away from the south end of Saskatoon on the 110km/per hr divided, double lane highway to Regina. Driving into the city you get the convenience of 8th Street, Centre Mall, the Stonebridge Shopping area and the Rosewood shopping area with the brand new Costco, you barely need to go into the city to shop! Blackstrap Provincial Park is 7 kms away and offers a lake, camping sites, and a beach with watersports rentals, modern bathrooms and a concession!
Dundurn was founded in 1907 and offers established homes and a brand new neighbourhood. The town has been primarily an agricultural town and proudly displays it’s history at the outdoor/indoor Wilson Museum. The Canadian Armed Forces base of Camp Dundurn is 9 kms away on the west side of the town. Blackstrap Provincial Park is less than 10 minutes away.
Blackstrap is a man-made wonder, the lake was dredged and from it, the mountain was formed for the Canada Winter Games in 1954. Designated as a Provincial Park the same year, Blackstrap has seen continual development. Blackstrap offers fishing for Northern Pike, Walleye and Trout plus has camping sites, a fine sand beach with a boat launch, water sports rentals and a concession.
Camp for Kids
Blackstrap also has the YWCA Kids Camp just on it’s banks. The camp offers day-camping programs with archery, horseback riding, and more.
Dundurn has it’s own K – 6 Elementary School. Grades 7-12 are bused to Hanley Composite High School.
Dundurn is aggressively soliciting new businesses to relocate or start. Basic conveniences are currently offered such as a gas station, convenience store, restaurants, hair salon, bar, off-sale, car wash and more. All your basic needs are covered and there’s more coming!
The Dundurn Retirement Facility offers low cost options for Seniors who want to enjoy small town living close to the city.
Dundurn offers similar pricing to other bedroom communities but with greater natural conveniences. Homes range from character homes to mid-nineties builds to new modern homes.
Dundurn has a hockey rink, skatepark, baseball fields, splash park, rc track, soccer fields, golf course (The Pitts Golf Course is 5 minutes east at Shields Town Site) and is planning an entirely new sports facility. Kids and adults have options for organized sports.
Clubs & Community Organizations
The Town of Dundurn offers many Clubs and Community Organizations for all age groups. Below is a list of our organizations:
Blackstrap Lakers Hockey
Central Saskatchewan Military Family Resource Centre
Dundurn Rink Committee (306) 492-2202 ext 1
Dundurn Housing Authority Jayne (306) 713-4545
Dundurn Lions Club (306) 492-2109
Dundurn Minor Hockey Association (306) 492-4944
Dundurn Piece Makers Quilting Group
Dundurn Community Association – email@example.com
Dundurn School Community Council
Senior Hockey (Wheat Kings)
Wilson Museum Board
Women’s Hockey (Barley Queens)
Dundurn Community Association
Dundurn Fall Supper Committee – Melva Richmond (306) 361-7530
Blackstrap Provincial Park
Blackstrap Provincial Park is a provincial park in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It consists of a conservation area with a man made lake, a campground, and a man made mountain, Blackstrap Ski Hill.
Dakota Dunes Casino
Dakota Dunes Casino, is a casino located on land belonging to the Whitecap Dakota First Nation, south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada along Saskatchewan Highway 219
Dakota Dunes Golf Course
Located just south of Saskatoon, on the historic Whitecap Dakota First Nation lands at the heights of the South Saskatchewan River Valley Basin, Dakota Dunes Golf Links is laid spaciously throughout natural sand dune formations and the indigenous prairie grasses that surround it’s edges.
Saskatchewan International Raceway
Saskatchewan International Raceway, also known as SIR, is a drag racing facility located 13 kilometers south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The facility features a ¼ mile IHRA-sanctioned drag strip.