This municipality provides the bridge for Naturalists interested in hiking, exploring, photography, paleontology, entomology and the cataloguing of flora and fauna.
There are panoramic views, many beautiful parks in the area for picnicking, or for experiencing the historical aspects of aboriginal life.
There are many historical sites that are a leisurely drive from our area, such as the Museum and Trading Post at Willow Bunch, the RCMP Post at Wood Mountain, Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw and the Museum of Natural History in Regina.
Other very popular points of interest are the Deep South Pioneer Museum at Ogema. Aust's store in Big Beaver, and the stores and restaurants and Hotel accommodations in the Town of Bengough.
Within hours we could be sitting in a fishing boat in northern Saskatchewan, or standing in an alpine meadow in Alberta. Within minutes we could enter the United States after providing proper identification.
The Rural Municipality of Bengough is a haven for people who love hunting, snowmobiling, hiking, and wide open spaces.
Without a doubt there are undiscovered Native Canadian archeological sites, such as buffalo jumps, sacred burial grounds and stone effigies.
There are hundreds of square miles that are hiding fossils of dinosaurs, petrified wood, leaves and marine life.
If you prefer indoor sports, our municipality along with the Town of Bengough provides skating and curling rinks, ball diamonds, swimming pool and powered camp sites. The various community committees are very active and host such events as Super League Curling, Senior Curling, Minor Hockey and Sports Days.
Along with the facilities we offer you can also try your luck on our golf course! We have barely scratched the surface for developing the tourist aspect of our area. Living within our municipality can provide an essential building block for a healthy and rewarding life. Come and enjoy a unique experience!