Paperclips, Eiffel Towers, Ice Cream & Elevators - Only in Sask.

Diversity is the spice of life and we hit the jackpot in south east Saskatchewan. From iconic prairie scenes to surprising small town roadside attractions, there’s always something around the next bend to keep you intrigued. And then there’s the ice cream at the Pit Stop in Montmartre along Hwy 48, to help you beat the summer heat and keep you going on the road!

The Pit Stop ice cream shop at Montmartre.

An Eiffel Tower replica, cause Montmartre just wouldn’t be the Paris of the Prairies without one.

The World’s Largest Red Paper Clip (it’s Guinness Book of World Records official) in Kipling.
Wolseley’s famous swinging bridge - which really does swing!

A beautiful farm outside Grenfell.
Farm bins down a dirt road.
A piece of history near Walpole.

A charming tea house, Home Sweet Home, at Fairlight

Rafferty Dam just outside of Estevan.

Author: Alex Cunningham, Tourism Saskatchewan

AlexDigital Marketing Specialist with Tourism Saskatchewan. She is a wanderlust sufferer, lover of the outdoors, adventure chaser and prairie girl through and through.

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