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4th Ave SW
Connor Park Donors
CO-OP Inclusive Playground
The First Project
River Park Patrons
Roots in MJ
The Edith Mural
Grayson's Dam Area
Kingsway Ecological Zone
Kinsmen Wellesley Park
Kiwanis River Park
Lions River Park
Moose Jaw Trolley Co.
River Park Campground
River Valley Growers
Rotary River Park
Speed Skating Oval
Terra the Turtle
Trans Canada Trail
Fmr Animal Park
Dino Bouncers Rental
(An Unofficial Wakamow Site)
Located along the Moose Jaw River Valley in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada.
Wakamow is a series of parks and other lands located within the Moose Jaw River Valley. There are several
individual parks within Wakamow:
Plaxton's Lake, complete with sun shelter and boardwalk.
Lions River Park, picnic tables and barbecues. Kiwanis River Park, picnic tables, fire pit,
and the outdoor Speed Skating Oval.
Rotary River Park, the Burger Cabin, McCaig Gardens, playground, and sun shelter.
Kinsmen Wellesley Park, playground, sun shelter, picnic tables and barbecues.
Connor Park, barbecues, canoe lauch, firepit, picnic tables, pavillon, and playground.
Other areas of Wakamow include the Reekie Uplands, located along the South Eastern lands above
the valley (be sure to look for the Wakamow sheep); the
Trans Canada Trail between the Reekie Uplands and Connor Park. Kingsway Ecological Zone, complete
with a trail through four ecological zones.
The Devonian Trail, a 4.2 km pedestrian and cycling asphalt pathway from near Union Hospital,
through Plaxton's Lake, Lions River Park and Rotary River Park to Kinsmen Wellesley Park.
The River Valley Campground located across the road from Kiwanis River Park provides seasonal
camping and motorhome spots.
Farming, some residential housing and even a private greenhouse also help create a unique and
diverse valley setting.
Unless otherwise noted all photographs were taken by Don of www.Wakamow.com and are the
property of this website. Any commercial use requires permission.
Non Commercial use. eg tourism material, school projects, event directions is freely granted
as long as credit is given to www.Wakamow.com
(This is an unofficial Wakamow site)
(There is no official connection between
www.Wakamow.com and the Wakamow Valley Authority)