Bed & Breakfast and Guest Ranches
While you explore the Cypress Hills Interprovincial park, stay overnight at a cozy Bed and Breakfast or get to know the cowboy in you at a Guest Ranch.
Bed & Breakfasts and Guest Ranches are found in both Saskatchewan and Alberta and are a great way to experience the park!
The Reesor family has been ranching in the Cypress Hills from 1904 - present- stay in the Historic Reesor Ranch and expereince some ranching history in the Hills.
Located just outside the Park boundary the Historic Reesor Ranch offers many different accomodation opportunites, including, 'Old Cow Barn' Rental, Log Cabin Rental, Cowboy's Quarters Cabin, and B&B & Ranchhouse Accomodations.
Camping, rooms and cabin available for accomodation.
Bed and Breakfasts
Ghostown Blues Bed & Breakfast is a living museum where live music is encouraged and history is revisited. Situated 1 kilometre west of Maple Creek, SK on Highway #271, Ghostown Blues is the perfect launchpad for exploring the area's abundant tourist activities. With a view of the scenic Cypress Hills, this old ghost town preserves the tranquility of a truly unique setting and a great place to hang your hat at the end of a busy day exploring.
Log Cabin, Settler's Cabin, Thrashermans' Cabin and original Sheep Wagons make comfortable accommodations. Enjoy the Church Lodge with large covered porch and fire ring for lounging.
A historic Saloon, guesthouse and family dining open from Tuesday through Sunday 12pm-8pm. Experience the essence of the west in this fabulous guesthouse which feels like it is right out of a cowboy movie.
There is also a giftshop and art gallery located at the saloon. Come on in and enjoy a meal or an evening stay.
A wonderful experience awaits you at the tastefully restored and fully modernized historic Redmond House Bed & Breakfast/Dining Establishment.
Relax in the fine dining atmosphere while owner and Chef Michael Morrow treats your tastebuds to some of the best cuisine the Great Southwest has to offer.
Stay the night, and enjoy the famous prairie vistas at Redmond House, in the historic town of Maple Creek, here at the edge of the Cypress Hills in Southwest Saskatchewan.