Spy Hill, Saskatchewan is a warm, friendly community, located on Highway 8, 93 kilometers southeast of Yorkton and about 13 kilometers west of the Manitoba border. Three potash mines in the area have drawn a number of people to Spy Hill.
The village is an ideal place to live, raise a family, or retire. It has a wide variety of business as well as non-profit organizations.
The geography of the Rural Municipality of Spy Hill includes several features of interest. Its southern boundary is formed by the historic Qu'Appelle River; the deep, beautiful valley of the Cut Arm Creek drains into the central area, and the modest little Deer Horn Creek trickles throughout the east-central part of the municipality.
A short distance east of the village, and dominating the surrounding area, stands the hill after which the village and municipality are named (photo below).
We hope you enjoy your visit to our village, use the links at left to look through our site. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Village of Spy Hill
Spy Hill, SK S0A 3W0
The Spy Hill Story
The Spy Hill Story, Second Edition is now in the final stage of print and will be available in mid-November.
Compiled by the the Spy Hill Wolverine, Hobby and Historical Society, this beautiful book of Spy Hillís rich and sometimes amusing history starts where the last volume left off in 1973.
Get your copy now at the early prepaid amount of $65.00 plus shipping and handling! If you wait until after the books are available the price will be $70.00 plus shipping and handling.
Please send your check to WHHS History Book, Box 36, Spy Hill, SK S0A 3W0.