Top things to see and do in Swift Current
A friendly town with a lot to offer, Swift Current has what you're looking for
Look to the skies for a visual treat during the Windscape Kite Festival. — Photo courtesy the Windscape Kite Festival
Swift Current welcomes visitors with a considerable selection of recreation and leisure activities. We chose five of the most enticing things to see and do there.
1) Windscape Kite Festival
The Windscape Kite Festival is legendary in Swift Current. Look to the sky to see gigantic kites in all shapes and sizes—the designs get more creative every year. There are other activities on site as well, such as kite workshops, balloon sculpting and a variety of entertainers.
2) Frontier Days
Another well-attended event is Frontier Days, which has been held in Swift Current every year since 1938. The festivities include one of the biggest CCA rodeos in Saskatchewan, as well as midway rides, concerts, 4-H competitions and horse and cattle shows.
3) Grasslands National Park
Be sure to take a drive out to Grasslands National Park. Here you can see ancient teepee rings, dinosaur fossils and wildlife that can not be found anywhere else in Canada. Geocaching, hiking, birdwatching and camping are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy there.
4) Great Sandhills and River Routes
A tourism region near Swift Current, Great Sandhills and River Routes encompasses a large area of prairie landscape that boasts wildlife viewing opportunities, artisans and shops, and historical points of interest.
5) Chinook Parkway
Considered a prime route for walking, jogging, birdwatching and cycling, Chinook Parkway will take you along scenic Swift Current Creek. Take time to pause and observe the native wildflowers and waterfowl that call this area home.
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Feel like stepping back in time? Visit historic Danceland, open since 1928 and famous for its unique horsehair dance floor; cuddle up and watch a movie at the Jubilee Drive-in, one of Saskatchewan’s last open-air theatres. And, of course, relax and enjoy the famous salt water Manitou Lake and spa.Watrous Manitou Marketing Groupwww.watrousmanitou.com
The sunniest spot in western Saskatchewan
Prairie View Park is a quiet, convenient campground featuring 40 full-service sites, including fourteen pull-through sites. Fire pits, picnic area, and wheelchair accessible modern washrooms with showers. Hiking trails are nearby, geocaching, or discover local history at the Rosetown & District Museum.Prairie View ParkLearn more about Prairie View Park
Home of the Skytrail!
Framed by the picturesque traffic bridge on the south and walking bridge (the old CPR train bridge) on the north, the panoramic view of the South Saskatchewan River is the setting for Outlook & District Regional Park. Located adjacent to the town of Outlook, this 100 park is able to satisfy the recreational needs of the entire family. The natural beauty of the park, the spacious campsites and the mature golf course make this park a popular spot for family reunions, a weekend getaway or an extended stay.Outlook & District Regional Parkwww.outlookregpark.ca
Located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, and only a short drive from Lake Diefenbaker makes Outlook a perfect place to make your home or enjoy your vacation! Walk the SKYTRAIL—Canada’s longest pedestrian bridge—sprawling 3000 feet across and 150 feet above the South Saskatchewan River. With the largest irrigation project in the province, Outlook has diversified its strong traditional agricultural base to become ‘Saskatchewan’s Garden’. The Outlook and District Regional Park is the hub of all activities in the summer. It has many hiking/walking trails with the best view of the river. It is also home to the Riverview Golf Club, a nine-hole course situated down along the river. The park has 50 campsites equipped with electricity, and is canopied by 800-year old American Elm trees. Whether you enjoy canoeing, golfing or swimming, these activities are right at your fingertips!Town Of Outlookwww.town.outlook.sk.ca