The Big Muddy Badlands forms a geographically unique and wildly scenic part of southern Saskatchewan. Explore the history of the earth; from the cretaceous period, through the Paleocene era, the Ice Age and modern time as revealed in the sedimentary layers exposed in the region.
Here, you will discover the weathered buttes, cone-shaped hills, steep cliffs, eroded clay formations and sandstone concretions that resemble petrified tree trunks. Here, you will find an area dotted with caves carved from the landscape over hundreds of years as a result of erosion.
The family is going to love it here!