Discover Noonan

Noonan is a small city located in Canada, in the province of Saskatchewan. The city lies on the banks of the Assiniboine River and offers stunning views from its high bluffs. It is home to a population of about 1,500 people and has a vibrant downtown area with plenty to offer visitors.

The main attraction in Noonan is its historic water tower at City Hall Park. Built in 1907, it stands tall over the city and serves as an iconic symbol of Noonan's past. Visitors can also explore other attractions such as the Fort Pelly Museum, which showcases artifacts from early settlers and First Nations peoples who once lived in this area.

Experience outdoor adventure with activities like camping, fishing and hiking along nearby trails that wind through untouched forests - perfect for taking advantage of nature's beauty and tranquillity. If you're feeling adventurous, take a 3-hour drive north to Wapiti Lake where you can swim or fish for trophy-sized trout!