The Big Muddy Badlands are an amazing spectacle of nature’s architecture and are located 2 hours south east of Swift Current. Observing the rugged hills and majestic plateaus conjures up images of the province’s “wild-west” history.
In the heart of Big Muddy, you’ll find Castle Butte. A relic from the ice age, this free standing structure with a circumference of 0.5km and an elevation of 60m, was a landmark to the First Nations people, the NWMP and early Canadian settlers. Evidence of early civilization can be found in the Big Muddy area in the form of stone effigies, ceremonial circles and ancient buffalo jumps.
Moose Jaw is the largest city in the Big Muddy region, captivating visitors with its historical, yet contemporary charm. This bustling city is home today to the Tunnels of Moose Jaw, Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, and Casino Moose Jaw.