Hudson Bay Park

About this neighbourhood

Found in the northwest corner of Saskatoon, Hudson Bay Park is a quiet neighbourhood built post-war (1940-1960) to accommodate a housing shortage in the city during this time. It currently has a population of about 2,200 people and the majority of its homes are single-family detached or low-rise condos, with an average home price of just over $271,000.

Hudson Bay Park is geographically located in northwest Saskatoon just south of Circle Drive along 33rd Street and Avenue P North. This locale honours the pioneers of Saskatoon, as well as providing two very large park spaces which curve through the neighbourhood. The land for this neighbourhood was annexed during the City expansion around the time of 1910 to 1915.

The furthest roads to the east are Avenue H North (southerly section) and Avenue I North (Northerly section). Circle Drive marks the north and west sections as it runs diagonally across the corner. 31st Street is the southernmost boundary.

Riversdale Kiwanis Park is along the southwest corner running along Edmonton Avenue which runs within the neighbourhood parallel to Circle Drive. City of Saskatoon Vic Rempel Yards: Greenhouses and Nursery is along 33rd Street and Avenue P North. St. Edward School is on Avenue P North across the street from the City Tree Nursery. Henry Kelsey Park is along Avenue I North and Howell Avenue in the Northeast corner. Henry Kelsey School is located on the southern edge of the park along 33rd Street East.

Following elementary school, students usually attend Mount Royal Collegiate in the neighbouring area of Mount Royal or E.D. Feehan Catholic High School on Avenue M North a part of the Westmount community.


• Great 33rd Street Location - Grocery Store, Bank, Restaurant & More!
• 2 Schools- St. Edward School & École Henry Kelsey School
• 2 Parks - Henry Kelsey Park & Riversdale Kiwanis Pa
• City of Saskatoon Vic Rempel Yards: Greenhouses and Nursery

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