Author Archive for touringmoose

Swift Current Creek

Sputtergotch Toy Company

Arts Matter

Black Bridge Brewery

The Story of Scotty the T.rex

This documentary is about the discovery of Scotty, the world’s largest T.rex, and is part of the ongoing Stories from the Great Southwest series produced by Overtime Studios. Supporting partners include the Swift Current Museum, Tourism Swift Current, Cypress Hills Destination Area, Community Futures Southwest and Tourism Saskatchewan.

Thrifty Car and Truck Rentals

2234 South Service Rd West
Swift Current, SK S9H 5J7
306-778-4000
www.cypressmotors.com/thrifty-car-rentals

The Story Of Grasslands National Park

This video documentary explores the history of Grasslands National Park and is part of the ongoing Stories from the Great Southwest series produced by Overtime Studios. Supporting partners include the Swift Current Museum, Tourism Swift Current, Cypress Hills Destination Area, Community Futures Southwest and Tourism Saskatchewan.

Nightjar Diner Co

325 Central Ave North
Swift Current, SK S9H 0L5
306-773-2749
nightjardiner.co
The wayward prairie diner, serving lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee.
Dine-in, Take-out and Home Delivery.

Swift Current Soap Box Racing Association

P.O. Box 593
Swift Current, SK S9H 3W4
306-778-6136

Edo Japan

1100 South Service Rd E
Swift Current, SK S9H 3Z4
306-778-3336
edojapan.com
Serving Teppan-style teriyaki meals with a signature sauce and fresh made sushi.
Dine-in and Take-out.

Canadian Pacific Railway

This video documentary explores the history and impact of the Canadian Pacific Railway on the community of Swift Current and the surrounding area of Southwest Saskatchewan. The documentary is part of the ongoing Stories from the Great Southwest series and was produced in partnership with the Swift Current Museum and and Overtime Studios.

History of a Métis Family

Métis historian Barb Parchman traces back her Métis family in Saskatchewan and her family connection to the historic Battleford Trail. This video is part of the ongoing Stories from the Great Southwest video series and was produced in partnership with the Swift Current Museum, the Art Gallery of Swift Current and Overtime Studios.

Cypress Hills

This documentary explores the history and formation of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. This video is part of the ongoing Stories from the Great Southwest series and was produced in partnership with the Swift Current Museum, Tourism Swift Current, Cypress Hills Destination Area, Community Futures Southwest and Overtime Studios.

Blowtorch the Mechanical Horse

Blowtorch was a mechanical horse created by Swift Current inventor W.J. McIntyre in 1947. As a life size fully functioning horse, Blowtorch gathered national attention and went on to travel across Canada. Blowtorch was produced in partnership with the Swift Current Museum, Art Gallery of Swift Current and Overtime Studios.

Lake Diefenbaker Tourism

Box 426
Outlook S0L 2N0
1-866-538-7275
www.lakediefenbakertourism.com

Lucky Charlie’s Pub & Pool

240 Central Ave North
Swift Current, SK S9H 0L2
306-773-0477
Pool tables, arcade games, VLTs, craft beer and pub food.
Open 6 pm to midnight.

Great West Auto Electric

111 Chaplin Street West
Swift Current, SK S9H 0E6
306-773-8322
www.greatwestautoelectric.com

Sask Landing Fishing Adventures

403-548-9757
www.sasklandingfishingadventures.com

Lac Pelletier Regional Park

29km S on Hwy 4, 11km W on Hwy 343, and 5km S into park.
306-627-3595
lacpelletierregionalpark.ca

63 electric sites; 30 amp service

Swift Current Kinetic Park

Palliser Pavilion at Swift Current Kinetic Park
1700 – 17th Ave SE
Swift Current, SK
306-778-1620
www.swiftcurrentex.com

Kinetic Park is the home of Doc’s Town, the West Wing Gallery and Speedy Creek Racing. Doc’s Town includes a turn of the century house, church, school, blacksmith shop, general store, grain elevator and Tea Room.

Doc’s Town is open 1 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays until August 29, 2021. Guided tours can be arranged by calling 306-773-2944

Facility rentals include the Frontier Building, Palliser Pavilion and Stockade.

Facility Rental Capacity: 50 – 2500

Frenchman River Valley Campground

Highway #4 South
West Block, Grasslands National Park
306-298-2257
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/grasslands