Visiting Rosetown

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.  

 Learn more about our HISTORY  


Rosetown Tourism Centre

Tourism signThe Rosetown Tourism Centre  is open from the middle of May to the end of August and is located at the end of Main Street on Highway 7. Once a traditional one-room schoolhouse, the Tourism Centre offers souvenirs and memorabilia, information on tourist attractions, hard ice cream and an 18-hole mini golf.

The centre is staffed by friendly and helpful youth ambassadors willing to assist the many visitors to Rosetown. Come relax in the picnic area and relax while the kids play on the new playground or take in a round of mini-golf.

Hours of Operation:
mid-May to August (2018 dates TBD)

Phone: (306) 882-3900

Fun Facts about Rosetown

  • Declared a Town November 1, 1911.
  • Town named after James and Ann Rose.
  • Population of 2,277 according to the 2006 Census. 
  • 1,114 houses in Rosetown according to the 2006 Census.
  • Over 160 businesses operating in and around Rosetown today.
  • Over 5,000 vehicles pass through the community every day.
  • Major player in the provincial pulse processing market.
  • One of only two areas in the province to grow canary seed.
  • Home to the Heartland Regional Health Authority and Sun West School Division head offices. 
  • Many courses, especially technical courses offered through Prairie West College.
  • Approximately 50 clubs and organizations.
  • 2006 Communities in Bloom National winners in our population category.
  • Six parks with diverse landscapes and activities.
  • Hosts the largest men's curling bonspiel under one roof - Rosebowl.
  • One of the first SARCAN facilities to be established in the province.
  • Six Hutterite colonies in the west central area.