Tourism Saskatchewan

Carrot River

Carrot River
ATV TrailCocktail Lounge BarFishingGolfingLicensed DiningSnowmobile TrailsTennis Courts
Campground

Hwy 23

The history of Carrot River is a story of courage and triumph over almost insurmountable odds. The name is derived from the wild carrots growing along the river, which in 1911 the first homesteaders crossed and then settled on the north bank. Settlement was slow until the CNR railroad reached the Carrot River site in 1931 bringing southern farmers seeking new locations away from the great drought on the prairies.


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Box 147, 5 Main Street
Carrot River, SK  S0E 0L0

Tel: (306) 768-2515
Email: t.carrotriver@sasktel.net
Website: http://www.carrotriver.ca

Pasquia Regional Park, E.B. Campbell Hydro Electric Station, Tobin Lake, Codette Lake.

Traveller services: Information: town office, 5 Main St, Mon to Fri 9am - 12 noon, 1 - 5pm. Visitor Services office, 143 - 1st St W, Jun to Sep.
Tourist information - seasonal
Hospital/clinic/health centre
Doctor
Police/RCMP
Pharmacy
Shopping district
Groceries/supplies
Post office
Bank/credit union
Automated banking machine
Gas station
Diesel fuel
Propane fuel
Propane tank refill
Liquor store/vendor
Bar/lounge
Licensed restaurant
Restaurant
Accommodation
Community hall/Convention centre
Public library
Public internet access (Wi-Fi)
Handcraft shop (Saskatchewan-made)
Farmers market/Garden centre
Church
Scheduled bus service
Dumping station
Fish/Hunt licence vendor

Park/play area
Swimming pool
Picnic area
Golfing
Campground/RV park
Fishing
Nature trails (interpreted)
Tennis courts
ATV trails
Snowmobile trails
Skating/Curling facility

Population: 1719

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the community office to verify that information is accurate.
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