Some of the best attractions in Saskatchewan
can be found in or near Chaplin.
We have the largest deposit of sodium sulphate
in North America,
and are host to over thirty different species of shorebirds.
Each year hundreds of
thousands of birds stop
at Chaplin Lake
- some to nest, some to refuel on their way
to their Artic breeding grounds.
The Chaplin Nature Centre, located on
the Trans Canada Highway,
offers a remarkable opportunity to experience
the uniqueness of this area.
The Nature Centre near the Village of Chaplin
offers a wealth of information about the shore birds,
the brine shrimp and mining industry
as well as the area's significance as it connects to the hemispheric web of migration.