We pulled in to a small village just outside of Nipawin for Sunday night. Sure, we could have stayed in Nipawin another night but we wanted to go stay in this special little village. I got my hubby to stand with me in front of the welcome sign to take a selfie and a young man stopped and asked if he could help us take a photo (friendly place!).
The village plays up their name with signs all over town about being in Love, and street names like True Love Street, Cupids Way, Lovers Lane, Honeymoon Avenue. We went for a walk around town in the evening looking at all the signs and talked to the lady who works at the post office (she was planting flowers out front in the evening). They get mail sent here from around the world to then be sent out with the special Love postmarks, particularly wedding invitations, and lots from China.
They have a nice little 12 stall campground, $10.00/night with 4 stalls wired for 30 amp service for $20/night.
This community is a “gateway” to go further north to the Narrow Hills Provincial Park area, although this does take you on gravel roads.
Tomorrow, we continue on our way further west.