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St Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan

St Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan

Home of the World's Largest Pea Plant and Proudly Francophone

  • Author: Angie, Head Prairie Traveler
  • Date Posted: Jul 26, 2013
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  • Address: Saint Isadore du Bellvue, Saskatchewan

St Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan

The small francophone hamlet of St Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan is very much “Quebec with a Saskatchewan twist”. Originally settled by Azarie Gareau, he loved the area so much he would eventually convince other Quebecors to move to the area and make this little piece of Saskatchewan their home. Gareau loved the area so much and found the view from the top of Minnitinas Hill so beautiful, he named the hamlet Bellevue.

Today, the small hamlet is just as stunning. So, be sure to take your picture next to the giant pea plant and have a look around from the top of Minnitinas Hill.

St Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan Amenities

Attractions, Activities & Events

  • Mission Hill Productions
  • Minnitinas Hill
  • Le Rendez-vous Cultural Centre, Boutique & Gift Shop
  • World’s Largest Field Pea Plant
  • Minachinas Chapel (Chapelle de la St. Vierge et Minachinas)
  • Historical Francophone Outdoor Museum (Legende Fransaskoise)
  • Francophone Centre of Bellevue, Domremy & St Louis

Restaurants, Bars & Accomomdations

  • Le Rendez-vous Restaurant
  • Tina’s Bed & Breakfast
  • Park and Campground