Ten kilometres from the Canada-US border you’ll find the town of Coronach. The town was named after the winning horse of The Derby in England in the year of its founding, 1926. Their local coal plant serves the electricity needs of about one third of the entire province.
Visitors to Coronach are encouraged to stop by their Tourism Information Booth for more information about the multitude of activities in Coronach and surrounding areas. Aside from tours of their coal mine and power plant, visitors can also go on guided tours of the Big Muddy Badlands and the Outlaw Trail Caves, or go golfing at Coronach Golf Club.
Take a trip to Coronach and enjoy the sights!
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