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Rejuvenate your soul and spirit at Wanuskewin.
On the edge of the prairie where Opimihaw Creek flows into the South Saskatchewan River, the First Peoples found peace in a place that has changed very little over thousands of years. Since then, countless generations have returned to the valley to feast, seek help from healers, dance and tell stories. In the First Nations’ community, it is remembered as a resting place – a place of spiritual renewal.
The name Wanuskewin is a Cree word chosen by Elders to describe the history of the place. Loosely translated, Wanuskewin means “seeking peace of mind” or “living in harmony”.
We invite you to come walk the trails, meet our interpretive hosts, learn about the rich cultures, outstanding heritage, cultural values and spirituality of Saskatchewan’s Northern Plains people.
Come share our experience – your soul will thank you!