Tourist Information Centre – Discover Wolseley

The present Tourist Information Centre was built in 1986 and is situated at the west entrance of Town, off Highway 1.  Prior to this one we had a small building on Highway 1 by the water fountain east of Town.  As this created a traffic hazard by being too close to the highway’s edge, the Department of Highways asked that it be closed and move fountain and all, to a more suitable location.  The present site has been a much better choice, not only for its accessbility to the travelling public, but the safety feature and an area to park, were of prime importance.

Our facilities are opened typically on the May long weekend and close the on the September long weekend, thus giving travellers an opportunity to secure maps, brochures of all kinds and general information that is readily available.  We also provide restrooms, wifi connection, sewage dump, and a water fountain.

The tourist business can be very beneficial to any community and if we can meet and greet a visitor in our Information Centre, give some helpful advice, we give our Province a little boost.  In our Wolseley location we are very fortunate that our local people co-operate so willingly as volunteers and our summer staff to run the facilities.  Without them we could not begin to serve our fellow travellers.

 

2019 PHOTO CONTEST!

The Town of Wolseley invites you to come visit us with your camera as we are running a Photo Contest during the Summer of 2019. Submit your photo through Private Message on Facebook or email townofwolseley@sasktel.net with the subject “2019 Photo Contest Entry” for your chance to WIN one of many great prizes!

The First Place Winner will have their photo immortalized on a Post Card for the 2020 Season.

First, Second and Third Place Winners will receive prizes donated by Salisbury Lane, Wolseley Home Building Centre, and Tilli-Beans Bakery.

Please Note: All photos received become property of the Town of Wolseley.

Deadline for photo submissions is 5:00PM on Friday August 16, 2019