Saskatchewan is filled with a variety of unique treasures and stories to tell. Many of which are often found off the main highways.
As you travel through Southern Saskatchewan ¾ of a km South of Highway 18, you’ll enter the Hamlet of McCord.
Established in 1928, by the CPR, today its focus continues in its agricultural roots. At the heart of the community is the McCord and District Museum comprised of a 1928 CPR Station, 1972 Caboose and a Church dating back to 1913, all telling the unique history of early homesteaders in the area.