Things to do for Active Kids

Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Center Battleford

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Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Center
R.R. #1 North
Battleford
SK
S9A 2X3
Tel: 306 445 4941

Where are we going today?

Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Center offer a high standard of family adventure entertainment.

There are a huge number of options varying depending on the season, with the range including (but not limited to): Zip Lines and High Wire Ropes Course, Huge Paintball Facility, Wall Climbing, Nature hiking, Mountain Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Tubing and Ice Skating!

All of the options are tailorable and intricate and well worth planning properly to get the best trip suited to your group.

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How much does it cost?

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LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Activity schedules vary but are available year round.

What people are saying?

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    One of the worst adventure places in Saskatchewan.

    There is paintball there. The road is so poor going up to the paintball course that one of the cars were damaged just climbing the hill. There was a bulldozer there so I am not sure why the road was not bladed.

    When we got there, I couldn't believe how bad it was. The paintball course is just a bunch of garbage hauled out into a field. Hut offers no amenities like water or a place to go to the washroom. The coveralls they gave wreaked of body odor. I am not sure when the last time mine was...Read More

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    Fantastic location; never run out of things to do.

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    My friend took us a couple years ago the kids had a blast zip lining and rock climbing we are planning to go back. Very safe.

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    I totally love it!

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by Jeff Friesen

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One of the worst adventure places in Saskatchewan.

There is paintball there. The road is so poor going up to the paintball course that one of the cars were damaged just climbing the hill. There was a bulldozer there so I am not sure why the road was not bladed.

When we got there, I couldn't believe how bad it was. The paintball course is just a bunch of garbage hauled out into a field. Hut offers no amenities like water or a place to go to the washroom. The coveralls they gave wreaked of body odor. I am not sure when the last time mine was washed.
The course is also full of gopher holes which became evident when a colleague fell in one and twisted her ankle. I am not an avid paintballer but it's probably the worse of the five or so course I have been to.

We tried the zipline and were put into tight and uncomfortable harnesses at the bottom of a large hill and forced to walk up the hill while the staff drove up. Some of the kids were almost in tears by the time they got to the top. No place to sit down while waiting or even shade. While the there are multiple zip lines, they aren't connected and after each zip, there was more walking and climbing. Again, no cold water or refreshments on an extremely hot day. Despite being no wind, some of the people didn't make it across the zipline and had to be pulled in. I have been to Cypress Hills and this doesn't even come close to comparing.

The accommodations are substandard. The stairs wobbled, the one deck I saw wasn't even close to code, despite being on the second story, the outside of the lodge featured particle board. It's not a place that inspires confidence.

We did walk around a bit. The trails are okay but nothing any better than a Wascana Park or Meewasin. They apparently had bikes up there but no one offered to rent them to us. The entire experience was a poor one and it seemed like we were in the way of what they wanted to do.

Of course it wasn't as if there was anyone else up there. We were all alone. You would have thought that they would have wanted to up sell us but not at all.

Even if Blue Mountain was located in Saskatoon, I wouldn't go back. I definitely wouldn't drive to go there. Even the kids were glad to leave.

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