Highway Access: Hwy 13
When you drive into Eastend, you drop down into the enchanting Frenchman River Valley often referred to as the "Valley of Hidden Secrets." In ancient days, the area's lush tropical environment attracted a variety of life forms, including dinosaurs. Come and discover "Scotty," Canada's largest and most complete T.rex fossilized skeleton at the T.rex Discovery Centre. Other features of the area include the site of Crazy Horses' 1876 encampment, a historical NWMP post, the obscure Chocolate Peak, historical Chimney Coulee, and Jones Peak - one of Saskatchewan's most breathtaking viewpoints. Come to the Valley of Hidden Secrets and Find Yourself in the Middle of Nowhere.
SW Quest for Art & History Inc. 01-Jan-2015 to 31-Dec-2015
Box 520, 108 Maple Avenue N
Eastend, SK S0N 0T0
T.rex Discovery Centre, Chimney Coulee, Jones Peak, Chocolate Peak, Wallace Stegner House, Wilkinson Memorial Observatory, Pine Cree Regional Park.
Traveller services: Retail closing: Sun. Information: town office, 108 Maple Ave N, Mon to Fri 8am - 4pm; information centre in museum, May to Aug; T.rex Discovery Centre, May to Sep.
Tourist information - year-round
Tourist information - seasonal
Automated banking machine
Gas station (18 hour)
Propane tank refill
Community hall/Convention centre
Public internet access (Wi-Fi)
Handcraft shop (Saskatchewan-made)
Historic walking / driving tour
Farmers market/Garden centre
Scheduled bus service
Trans. for disabled
Fish/Hunt licence vendor
Nature trails (interpreted)
Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the community office to verify that information is accurate.