Moosomin is located on the Number One Highway in southeastern Saskatchewan about 15 km (9.3 mi.) west of the Manitoba border, and about 230 km (142.9 mi.) east of Regina. One of the older towns in Saskatchewan, Moosomin was an important provincial centre in the mid to late 1880s but later lost power to Regina. Today Moosomin is home to around 2,500 people whose economy is based on agriculture, oil and gas, and potash mining.

Moosomin's newspaper The World-Spectator is Saskatchewan's oldest weekly newspaper - its first issue was published in 1884. The Jamieson Museum displays a number of artifacts from the late 1800's to the mid 1900's, including blacksmith, church, hospital, and farm equipment items. Several heritage buildings stand in town, including the old department store once owned by the McNaughton family which included famous General McNaughton.

Fast food and gas stations line the Number One Highway as it passes through town. About 14 km (8.7 mi.) southwest of town lies the lakeside Moosomin & District Regional Park, offering camping sites, a beach, fishing, a boat launch, and nature trails. If as you drive there you'll hear The Guess Who's song "Runnin' Back to Saskatoon" - if so, keep an ear open because they mention Moosomin in it!

Our new Motel 6 Moosomin is conveniently on the Trans Canada Hwy. All rooms are non-smoking. Wood-effect floors, bathroom with granite countertops and a raised wash basin. Free Wi-Fi, 3 acres of truck & RV parking, coin laundry, kitchenettes, and 32" LCD TVs. Free local calls, morning coffee, expanded cable. Kids 17 and under stay free, vending machines and ATM, coin laundry, Green Key Eco-Rating.

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