The Town of Porcupine Plain is located on Highway 23, in the Northeast Parkland adjacent to Greenwater Lake Provincial Park. Rich agricultural land, rolling hills, mixed forest, and numerous lakes make this one of the most beautiful areas in the Province!
Nestled within the Porcupine Provincial Forest, and just a short drive from Greenwater Lake Provincial Park, the Town of Porcupine Plain is a nature lover’s dream! While Porcupine Plain’s main industry is agriculture, the Town is also a four-season tourism destination. The Town offers ample opportunity to get outside and explore nature – enjoy a scenic hike or lounge on the beach at nearby Greenwater Lake; relish quality time with family and friends while quadding, fishing, and ice fishing; or take in the beautiful landscape while cross-country skiing. The area also boasts some of the best moose, elk, and whitetail deer hunting found anywhere! The local snowmobile club grooms over 100 miles of pristine snowmobile trails, which connect to the groomed trails of Hudson Bay, Kelvington, Lintlaw, and Greenwater Lake Provincial Park, for an unforgettable snowmobiling experience.
Porcupine Plain is truly Nature’s Gift!
News & Notices
4th Annual Scarecrow Contest & Tour
Registrations are in and soon we will be ready to tour the town looking for scarecrows! Maps are available at the bulletin board beside the Town Office, or download your own copy by clicking the image below.
All Scarecrows must be up by Thursday evening or Friday morning at the very latest. Contest judging will take place at 4p.m. on Friday, October 8th, and scarecrows will remain up until after October 11th for the weekend tour!
4th Annual Scarecrow Contest
As residents may have already heard, the physicians have given notice and will be leaving Porcupine Plain effective November 23, 2021.
Town Council is working closely with the Saskatchewan Health Authority in their recruitment efforts. See SHA’s update below (click to enlarge).