many other Saskatchewan towns, there is some doubt about our
name. Some say it was named for the first chief dispatcher of
the Canadian Pacific Railway in Montreal, Quebec. While others
say it was named for the conductor of the first train that came
through the village. Whatever the Origin, everyone agrees that
the railway named the town.It is fitting that Stoughton is at
the end of the second longest straight line of rail in the world.
(You'd have to be in Australia to see the longest and we're
a lot closer!) While exploring the Red Coat Trail Highway, a
visit to Stoughton is a must. We're at the junction of Highways
13, 33, & 47 in Saskatchewan, Canada.
This is your invitation
to COME SPEND A DAY WITH US and experience rural Saskatchewan
A round of golf on our 9 hole par 34 course can be a great start
to your day. Nestled on a neat little triangle of land on the
eastern edge of town, the natural landscape complements the
irrigated fairways, grass green, man-made moguls and planted
evergreens and shrubbery. It makes a picturesque stroll even
if you don't golf - Yet! Snacks and refreshments are available
at the licensed Club House.
Come out for some fun in the sun! Our outdoor pool has a diving
board, hot tub and shallow area, making it a perfect place for
everyone! Our pool deck area is lined with grass, perfect for
laying down your towel and watching the kids play! We also have
a snack shop that is open to quench your thirst and satisfy
We are open daily from 9am 8pm during the months of June
Lifeguard on duty.
A visit to the Stoughton and District museum is a must. Over
2500 artifacts are yours for the viewing, from historical photographs
to children's toys.
Named after Wilfred C. Taylor, the town's first Mayor. A quiet
walk along the winding pathways of Taylor Park can be a refreshing
experience. Surrounding a man-made pond, this small patch of
green lies just west of Main Street.