Welcome to Shaunavon! We’re so glad you stopped by!
The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre is the Tourism Information Centre for the Town of Shaunavon. Information regarding sights in Shaunavon and the Southwest are available, including accommodation guides, maps and brochures. Staff can assist you with specific tourism questions that you may have.
After hours, information regarding local services can be found on the poster on the front door of the Grand Coteau.
Picnic tables are located in front of the building and campground facilities are located one block East of the Grand Coteau Centre in Memorial Park. Public washrooms are available in the building. The Grand Coteau is also wheelchair accessible with a new vertical platform lift.
Be sure to sign our guest book, located in the gallery.
Shaunavon's 2023 Visitor Guide is now available!
We are thrilled to release our new Shaunavon 2023 Visitors Guide | Experience Shaunavon Saskatchewan - Your Adventure AWAITS!
Find out more about our attractions, businesses, accommodations & activities and plan your trip to Shaunavon by checking out the fully revamped Shaunavon Visitor’s Guide HERE!
Shaunavon has activities and amenities suited for all types of travel and group sizes! Whether you want a relaxing walk around Town or want to play and get active, Shaunavon has endless things to do!
Enjoy the outdoors and stay in one of the Town of Shaunavon’s campgrounds while you visit!
#Shaunavon has two campgrounds available suited for different types of travel - Visitor’s can see full details on the campsites and how to book by visiting our [Campground Information page](https://www.shaunavon.com/page/campground-information/)
Boomtown Days Parade 2022
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Listen now to "The History of Shaunavon" on the Canadian History Ehx podcast channel!
The podcast tells the great tale of Shaunavon and its intriguing history. From its booming establishment in 1913 to the origin tale of Frank the Buffalo!
About the Host: All of the podcasts on Canadian History Ehx were created by Craig Baird, who researches, writes and hosts the shows. Craig originally began his career as a computer programmer, then transitioned to journalism and spent 12 years as a journalist. Since March 2020, he has made podcasting his full-time job.