Welcome to Rosetown: what better place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city than in the sunniest spot in West Central Saskatchewan. Stroll down the historic Main Street to see what life was like in the early 1900's, visit our many locally-owned retailers for quality goods and services, and grab a bite to eat at one of our many restaurants.
While you're in the area, go back further in time to the first ancestors of this land at the Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre near Herschel. Spend a day on a farm learning about the simple life or practice your swing at the many golf courses in the region. Whatever you choose to do, Rosetown is the place where sunny days are enjoyed to their fullest.
Rosetown Tourism Centre
Located along Highway 7 at the foot of Rosetown's historic Main Street, the Tourism Centre is a not-for-profit facility that welcomes visitors and locals alike from mid-May to the end of August.
The Centre is staffed by friendly and helpful youth Rosetown Experience Guides willing to assist the many visitors to Rosetown. The Centre offers:
An 18-hole mini golf course
Information on tourist attractions
Souvenirs and memorabilia
Accessible public washroom
The Tourism Centre is open for the 2021 season on May 17, 2021 and closes August 27, 2021.
Hours of Operation:
May - 10am - 8pm
June - August 10am - 9pm
Population of approximately 2,600 and growing
1,100+ houses in Rosetown
160+ businesses operating in and around Rosetown
5,000+ vehicles pass through the community every day
Proud hosts of the Allan Cup, the National Senior Hockey Championship in 2018
Major player in the provincial pulse processing market
One of only two areas in the province to grow canary seed
Town has a recycling program organic waste collection
Declared a Town November 1, 1911
Town named after James and Ann Rose
Home to the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Sun West School Division head offices
50+ clubs and organizations
Six parks with diverse landscapes and activities.
Hosts the largest men's curling bonspiel under one roof - Rosebowl.
One of the first SARCAN recycling facilities to be established in the province
Six Hutterite colonies in the west central area
2006 Communities in Bloom National winners in our population category