For years, the only way to experience Dog River, the fictional town portrayed by Roleau, Saskatchewan over six seasons of Corner Gas, was to either watch the show a million times OR make the pilgrimage to see it in real life. To those hardcore fans who’ve made the journey believing it was the final checkmark on a Gas-head’s bucket list can rejoice today with news that there are two new ways to experience Dog River.

The first requires nothing but a quick scroll down this very web page, as we’re beyond excited to share a first look at some of Dog River’s most famous locations, re-imagined for Corner Gas Animated, the new hand-drawn version of the show premiering in 2018. Check it out:

We didn’t decide to release these highly sought after images on a whim—their debut are in celebration of yet another way to experience Dog River with the announcement of an OFFICIAL Dog River Walking Tour in Roleau.

The digitally Interactive, self-guided tour will give fans the complete Dog River experience with stops at the town hall, downtown Dog River, Oscar & Emma’s house, the original site of the gas station and The Ruby diner (dismantled due to structural issues in November 2016), grain elevator, and water tower. While you’re skipping around town you’ll be able to snap photos with Corner Gas character cutouts and check out Corner Gas commemorative bronze plaques with a detailed map of the tour plus QR codes that will grant you access to behind-the-scenes details, depictions of the site in the series, the movie, and the upcoming Corner Gas Animated.

So if you’ve booked a bunch of days off work without knowing what to do with them, head into Roleau Saskatchewan, take the tour and hashtag EVERYTHING with #DogRiverTour. Selected photos and comments will be posted to the CORNER GAS visitor’s gallery on