306-736-2515
kiptown@sasktel.net

Visitors

Accommodations

Kipling Motor Inn–Call 306-736-2557

 

Campgrounds

Stay at our modern, fully serviced campground (with 37 sites, both full service and tenting sites available) located in an urban park. Your site is centrally located being adjacent to the heated outdoor swimming pool and the nine hole grass green at Kingswood Golf Course. Other recreational facilities and all commercial and retail services are within a kilometer. Call our Parks & Recreation Office on 306-736-8440 to book a site. 

 

Why Not The Bachtold’s Lodge

A love for hunting and fishing motivated Chris and Karen to create a suite ideally suited forindividuals or groups of up to six hunters. Whether hunting, holidaying or working in the area, with their clean, comfortable accommodations, which includes a kitchen area and use of a barbecue and the back yard and more, you’re sure to have an enjoyable stay. Call Chris or Karen at 306-736-8250.

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Things To See

 

Worlds Largest Paperclip

The Town of Kipling holds the Guinness World Record äfor the Worlds Largest Paper Clip. The “Clip” is located in the center of the beautiful Bell Park which is located on 6th Ave.  The Park, along with the Red Paper Clip takes on a breathtaking new look with each changing season.The Giant Red Paper Clip Stands 15’ 2” tall, 3’ 2” wide, and weighs a whopping 3,043 lbs.  It was built by Ardel Steel in Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

KIPLING AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM

The Kipling and District Historical Society and Museum is located on the southeast side of town at 4thStreet and Centennial.  Development of this project, which began in the 1970’s, is ongoing.  Articles of historic interest and photographs of Kipling and district are displayed. 

The Museum Main Building, the restored Pipestone School, Ovans’ House, Edenland Church are some of the main features.  Also open to viewing are the blacksmith shop, service station, dental office and Dalzell Elevator engine.  The Inchkeith Women’s Institute and Royal Canadian Legion also have rooms on display.

Regular weekend visits are Saturday and Sunday from 2-4 pm during July and August.

 

 

Other Things To See

Hertiage Walking Tour

Paperclip House

Historic Bekevar Church

Kingswood Golf Course

Tennis Courts

Skating and Curling Rink (Artificial Ice)

Minor Hockey (boys and girls), Recreational Hockey, Figure Skating Program/Can skate Program

Curling:  Mixed, Ladies and 49er’s 

Swimming Pool-Lessons, Public Swimming, Aquasize, Various Clinics 

Five Ball Diamonds, with closed in Batting Cage and Pitching Machine