About 40 minutes southeast of Moose Jaw lies a historic, 256 acre wildlife area, the Massold Clay Canyons.
As you venture in, you approach various pits, gorges, and canyons full of untouched indigenous plants and if you hike to the top (77m elevation)—stunning panoramic prairie views. This land is part of the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site and there is a small fee to explore and enter the pits. Family and individual rates available.
Visit www.claybankbrick.ca for details! I highly enjoyed the afternoon here.
Note: There is also a cafe on site, Bunkhouse Café and they JUST opened back up last week. Definitely stop by and check them out!