ERWOOD CHURCH OF GOD - Erwood, SK
The location offers magnificent scenery, unspoiled wilderness and abundant wild life. Hudson Bay is widely known for its forestry, agriculture, wildlife, outdoor recreation and snowmobiling trails. Hudson Bay is a vibrant, safe and friendly community of 1,500 people that is full of lively, adventurous and scenic activities. While in our picturesque town we invite you to visit our numerous attractions. (townofhudsonbay.com)
Naturally enjoying summer and winter...
Camping: We have several camping options both just outside of town and within 100km radius. The Hudson Bay Regional Park and Ruby Lake camping spots are in a mature treed setting and there is also camping at many other lakes in the area.
Canoeing, Kayaking and water sports: Hudson Bay is located at the joining 3 rivers: Etomami, Fir and Red Deer River; Ruby Lake is just north of Hudson Bay and is part of the Hudson Bay Regional Park. Take out your boat, kayak, canoe or paddle boat
Fishing: Common fish caught in the area are Northern Pike, Perch, Walleye and Trout
ATV: Hudson Bay is surrounded by boreal forest which provides many opportunities for riders of all skill levels.
Saddle Club: The Saddle Club, part of the Hudson Bay Regional Park, provides an excellent track for riding. A small playground and hall are also located on the grounds. The grounds come to life every June during the Annual Saddle Club Western Round Up.
Nature Trails at Regional Park Nature the area is known for its historical significance and Rare Flora. A map can be provided at the Park Office. This provides an excellent opportunity to search and find many varieties of the parks rare and beautiful plants.
Hiking/Walking Trails around Town: The Town of Hudson Bay has an established and pet-friendly walking trail.
Wildlife & Bird Viewing: The Provincial forestry around Hudson Bay is home to many varieties of small and large animals. A trip to Hudson Bay is always complemented by a variety of wildlife sightings. Hudson Bay is also a great place to spot many species of migratory and seasonal birds.
Cross Country Ski Trails: The extensive network of Cross Country Ski trails and Ski Club provide an excellent recreational opportunity during the winter months.
Ice Fishing: The Hudson Bay area is home to many fishing lakes and river systems. During the winter this provides many opportunities to try your luck ice fishing.
Northern Lights: The location of Hudson Bay provides an amazing opportunity to get up close and personal with the Aurora Borealis. The northern lights are visible during most of the year on a clear night. During the winter, the snow covered ground reflect the spectacular colors.
Snowmobiling: Hudson Bay was voted as Saskatchewan’s best “Sled Town” in 2015 & 2018. With over 680 km of groomed trail and plenty of off-trail riding, there is no question why Hudson Bay has become a premier snowmobile destination. Hudson Bay Trail Riders Snowmobile Club
Hunting: Hudson Bay has been called a hunter’s paradise and rightly so. The region is comprised of the Porcupine Provincial Forest and the Pasquia Provincial Forest. Although Hudson Bay is known as the “Moose Capital of the World” it could be called the “Big Game Capital of the World” with high populations of elk, deer, and bear as well as Moose.
Tobogganing and Sledding Hill with a warm up shelter, snowshoeing
Farming: Hudson Bay has a large Agricultural Community where crops are grown, livestock are raised, gardens and bees are nurtured.
Local Attractions Hudson Bay Aquatic Centre opened June to September, Hudson Bay Community Modeon Theatre, Hudson Bay Curling Rink, Hudson Bay Farmer’s Market, Hudson Bay Golf Course, Hudson Bay Library, Wally Dawyduk Arena and Hudson Bay Museums and Heritage Park.
Our school the Hudson Bay Community School is a new Pre-K to Grade 12 school opened in 2015 with a Early Learning Childcare Centre attached. In the community, children have many extra curricular activities to be involved in such as hockey, dance, skating, baseball, Scouts, 4-H and gymnastics.