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Welcome to Weyburn!

09 Jul 2018 3:18 PM | Central North American Trade Corridor Association CNATCA (Administrator)

Weyburn, known to many as the Opportunity City, is the fastest growing community in the southeast Region and was named the best place to live on the Prairies by Money Sense Magazine in 2017. Whether you are in town for a day, the weekend or longer, we invite you to explore our rich history or treat yourself to a delicious meal at one of our restaurants. While you are here, explore our beautiful parks and trails where nature is abundant. At the end of your day unwind and relax at one of our brand name hotels. 

We are a busy city, and we love to get out and play. Weyburn’s picturesque Tatagwa trail system and parks are an ideal place to walk your dog, go for a run, ride your bike, or boost your happiness by simply observing nature’s beauty. Kayak along the Souris River, or take a short drive to Nickle Lake or Main Prize Regional Park, both known as fishing “hot spots” in southeast Saskatchewan. Weyburn’s 18-hole golf course frames your next perfect shot with the spectacular background of the prairie sky. Create new experiences at the Soo Line Historical Museum featuring the world’s largest private silver collection and artifacts from the Souris Valley Mental Hospital. Visit art galleries, and see what Weyburn’s vibrant arts scene has to offer. The Ally Griffin art gallery showcases original local paintings, pottery, jewelry, metalwork and much more. Take in the symphony, stage productions, concerts or a night on the town with live music. 

Don’t miss some of our annual events such as Movie in the Parkon August 10, pARTy on the Hillon August 11, and Flavours of Fall on October 6. Or come see The Great Benjamins Circuson August 19!

So, what are you waiting for? Check out our calendar of events at to start making plans for YOUR stay. 

Show us how you play in Weyburn by tagging your photos on Instagram with #weyburntourism. 

 CNATCA is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization. Phone or Fax 605.299.2679              

Contact CNATCA:

PO Box 2506
Bismarck, ND 58502-2506


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