The Best Small Town in Every Province – Expedia.ca
With a slogan like “Where past is present,” you can count on the town of Maple Creek to honour its Wild West roots. With tons of festivals, historic buildings, and friendly folks, this is the kind of place where you might run into a horse rider on your way to a fine arts gallery.
- Food and cowboy festivals – Maple Creek loves festivals, and you won’t want to miss some of the highlights, like Ranch Rodeo, Taste of Maple Creek, and Maple Creek Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Western Art & Gear Show.
- Maple Creek Heritage District – This downtown area features a ton of old-time buildings, little shops, and colourful murals. It’s basically where you can get a history lesson along with freshly baked cookies—and that’s a win in our books.
- SW Saskatchewan Oldtimers’ Museum & Archive – Established in 1926, this historical museum has a lengthy history, itself. It’s said that the oldest museum building in the province was established to house this centre’s growing collection. And what a collection. See antique cars, scales, and photographs.