Source: Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press, November 13, 2017
Off the beaten path.
The tiny community of Claydon, Sask., isn’t exactly a tourism mecca. Located in the southwest corner of the province, 150 kilometres south of Swift Current, Claydon has a post office, a couple of other buildings and little in the way of tourist amenities.
But what it does have is bison — roaming the grasslands of the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area — to the west.