Castle Butte

22 Km South of the Town of Bengough

Situated in the Big Muddy Badlands, Castle Butte is a free standing structure with a circumference of 0.5 km and an elevation of 60 m. A relic from the ice age, ​it was a landmark to the Indigenous people, the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) and early Canadian settlers. Composition is sandstone and clay-based with alkali and coal deposits. Please remember to respect the environment; take only pictures, leave only footprints.

Bengough Regional Park

Travel South on Hwy #34, turn right on 7th Ave E, drive 1 block West.

The Bengough Regional Park has a small well treed campground with 29 serviced sites. The park also includes the following amenities: outdoor swimming pool with a main pool, a learner pool and a hot tub, aquatic programs, summer recreation program, nine hole sand green golf course with modern clubhouse, driving range, playground area in the campground and swimming pool areas, beach volleyball court, sewer dump, potable water, modern washrooms/showers, ball diamonds, horseshoe pits, camp kitchen & shade structure, picnic table, fire pits and wifi at all serviced sites.

The Town of Bengough offers many amenities as well – pharmacy, restaurants, and more to discover!