September 21-22, 2016
With rain in the forecast in a few days we decided to get on across Canada. On Wednesday morning we were on the road by 7:30am with a 7 hour 440 mile ride ahead of us. After an uneventful long travel day we arrived in Indian Head Saskatchewan. We arrived at Indian Head Campground about 3pm, the campground was just off the highway, the sites had nice spacing and our pull through was long enough for us with lots of spare room. With a fire pit and a beautiful evening we enjoyed our overnight stay.
Thursday our drive was much shorter so our departure wasn't nearly as early. Our next stop was Brandon Manitoba at Turtle Crossing RV Park. In 2012 the campground suffered a devastating flood, after starting the rebuild process once again in 2014 they suffered another flood. The park is in the best of shape but if the river doesn't flood again and they get their dike built then one day it will once again be a beautiful park. With a price of $25 (Canadian) per night it was easy on the budget and served our purpose just fine.
We were treated to a beautiful sunrise for our last morning in Canada.