Parking lot shuttle will operate around Prairieland Park’s parking lot to admission entrances (excluding Diefenbaker Park). Operates Tuesday to Sunday from 1:30pm to 12:15am.
EXHIBITION Police Station / LOST PROPERTY / LOST CHILDREN
Located adjacent to Ruth Street Entrance, staffed by Saskatoon Police Service. This Station will handle all lost children and lost and found items. All lost and found items can be claimed at the Exhibition Police Station (adjacent to Ruth Street bus loop) until August 14 (then City Police Lost Property Dep’t following the EX).
Children can obtain a wristband at one of 3 Lost Kids Kiosks, all info Kiosks and the Exhibition Police Station. A phone number will be added to the wristband.
Banking Services (ATMs)
Automated banking machines are located at Ruth & Lorne, Main Entrance Trade Centre, in the main foyer of the Trade Centre, Hall C foyer area, Hall E foyer, and inside Hall E north end and adjacent to Kickin’ Horse Saloon.
Handicapped parking is available in the main parking lot, on the north side of Hall B, and west of Hall D, Ask parking attendants for assistance.
SPPC First Aid Station
Located back side of Grandstand.
Parent/Passenger Drop Off/Pickup
Ruth Street Loop Near Exhibition Police Station – driver may NOT leave their vehicle unattended or park for an extended period of time.
Parcel Check / Wheelchair / Stroller Rentals
The parcel check station is located in the Trade Center Hall C Foyer Area. $3.00 per bin, based on availability. Open from 12 noon – 12:15 a.m. daily. Wheelchair and stroller rentals available for $5.00/hr. Refunable deposit also required for rentals. Reservations accepted at (306) 931-7149 or email@example.com
Pets are not allowed at Prairieland Park during the EX.
Only in designated areas. Midway is also smoke free and all performance areas outdoors.
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