Free admission, public art gallery, presenting art from historical and traditional forms to modern and contemporary artwork. Regular exhibitions and art classes.
Located along Buffalo Pound Lake, in the scenic Qu’Appelle Valley, this park appeals to all recreational and outdoor enthusiasts.
Danielson offers sandy beaches, excellent fishing opportunities and large campsites alongside Lake Diefenbaker.
Labyrinth, Medicine Wheel & Crystal Shop, 1 mile South off Hwy 766 between Delisle & Pike Lake 1-866-955-4332 GPS: 51.91005° -106.973567° www.ablecrystals.com
Doc’s Town is a collection of heritage buildings including a turn of the century house, church, school, blacksmith shop, general store, grain elevator and Tea Room.
Douglas features a sandy shoreline, inland sand dunes, interpretive hiking trails and large wooded campsites.
Saskatchewan Street, Elbow, SK306-854-2277
324 Teck Street, Riverhurst, SK 306-353-2112 riverhurst.ca
Exhibits & stories: Harris stopping place, Violet McNaughton, Dr. George, family histories, pre-contact archaeology
Live it up at Living Sky Casino, Swift Current’s entertainment destination.
Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & holidays throughout July and August.17th Ave SE & South Railway St E, Swift Current, SK306-741-6344 or 306-741-7797www.mennoniteheritagevillage.caGPS: N50°16’44.1″ W107°46’36.0″
410 MacKenzie Street, Box 308, Morse SK S0H 3C0306email@example.com
Pike Lake offers playgrounds, tennis, pickle ball, beach volleyball, outdoor pool with waterslide and camping.
Full service marina on Lake Diefenbaker: fuel, fishing tackle, live bait, water toys, mini golf, life jackets.
Saskatchewan Landing is recognized for fishing, beaches, interpretive trails, historic sites and camping.
44 Robert Street West, Swift Current, SK 306-778-2775