A magical travel experience, powered by children!

Hop on the Punch Buggy Express for a delightful riverfront ride.

Your Options


One-Way Shuttle

Transport your crew to your next play destination with an energizing one-way shuttle. Departing hourly from Meewasin Skating Rink and River Landing on weekday afternoons and weekend mornings.

Round-Trip Tour

Enjoy a scenic riverbank tour that returns your crew back to your starting point. Discover the riverbank from a new perspective on your return ride. This is a great option for your first test ride! 

Private Bookings

Would exclusive use of the bus be ideal for your birthday party, daycare or multi-family group? We have two adult seats, and ask groups with two adults to book the whole bus. Private groups enjoy the same scenic routes and guided experience as our public options. 

Learn about Saskatoon’s vibrant natural and cultural history from the expansive South Saskatchewan River bank. We’ve got sky!

Hop on the Punch Buggy Express at one of our riverfront bus stops and enjoy a refreshing ride along Saskatoon’s stunning riverbank. Children must be accompanied by one adult, freeing up remaining adults to savour the scenery on their own. Helmets are optional and we have front row seats available for wee and non-cycling child guests.

Explore Your Destination



Cameco Meewasin Rink

Public washrooms are adjacent to the rink site in the Kiwanis Park Washrooms.

Street parking is available along Spadina Crescent and off-street parking is available behind the Bessborough Hotel.

River Landing

Public washrooms are located in the River Landing Snacks building.

Off-street parking is available behind the Remai Modern.

Nutrien Wonderhub

Public washrooms are available at the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site, Nutrien Wonderhub, and at Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park.

Off-street parking is available south of the building (on the east side of Spadina) and at Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park.

Our Partners

We’d also like to recognize Tourism Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada for their contributions.

Special thanks to architects Sam and Nicole Lock and Henry Lau, as well as the Nutana Playhouse Company for their creative contributions.