About Rosthern

This pretty town is located in the heart of the valley between the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers, and midway between Saskatoon and Prince Albert at the junction of Highways #11 and #312.

Station Arts Centre

The arts are very prominent at the Station Arts Centre located in downtown Rosthern. The old Canadian National station has been converted into an art gallery, seminar space, tea room, and performing arts theatre.

Aerial View of Rosthern

Valley Regional Park

The Valley Regional Park is another one of Rosthern's gems. It is one of Saskatchewan's most popular regional parks. A championship 18-hole golf course awaits the golfer in you. A campground with 65 campsites can be found throughout the beautifully-landscaped grounds. Children love the large creative playground and games area. A ball diamond, mini golf and concession are also provided.

Sporting Facilities

The sporting facilities are second to none in Rosthern. The new Valley Aquatic Centre features a junior-size Olympic outdoor pool with a zero-depth entrance and a new change room facility. The Jubilee Sports Centre houses an arena and a curling rink, both with artificial ice. Other sporting venues used by many include the shaled ball diamonds and batting cages, soccer fields, tennis courts, bowling alley, and football field. Designated walking trails promote health, fitness and other activities such as bird-watching.


Rosthern's business section has over 100 retail, service, and home-based businesses within the community. There is a hospital with six physicians, a chiropractic clinic, and community services clinic. There are plenty of seniors accommodations and services. Emergency services such as ambulance, fire department, rescue squad, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police are all located in town.


Educational facilities include an elementary school, a high school, a junior college (private school), and an adult education centre.

Statistics: (Selected Statistics from 2016 Federal Census)

  • Land in square kilometers (2016): 4.31
  • Population (2016): 1,688
  • Population percentage change, 2011 to 2016: 7.4%
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