Pine Creek Park
Swift Current Creek starts in the hills just north of Pine Cree Park, near Eastend. The spring boils out of the ground and flows to the south, through the park and then travels north east for about 12.8 kms (8 miles) to where Jones Creek joins it.
Pine Cree Park is located in part of SE 3-8-21-W3 and was started by Everett Baker. Mr. Baker was so committed to the goal of a park located here that in 1958 he began construction of the park himself. It became a regional park in 1972, and is a very accessible way to view the beginnings of Swift Current Creek. Swift Current Creek has been stocked with brook trout and offers a challenging opportunity to those who love to fish.
Swift Current Creek flows NE past the deserted village of South Fork. The creek and railway tracks are still there but little else remains of this once thriving community except one lone house and foundations of others.