Central - Langenburg - Hwys 8, 16
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Latitude: 50.84145° N,
Longitude: -101.7046° W
The Town of Langenburg is an active and vibrant community located on Trans-Canada Highway 16, only 10 minutes from the Manitoba border. Incorporated as a town in 1959, it has a deep and interesting history. The district was first surveyed by the federal government in 1880. Around 1886, the train station was named "Langenburg" after the town of Langenburg in Germany following the Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg's visit to western Canada and his recommendation that the area was suitable for a German settlement. ​

During the summer months, the new outdoor swimming pool, three new playground areas, the walking trail, Tourist Rest Area, and golf course are fun places to check out. Don't miss the beautiful national, provincial and regional parks in the area. In the winter, the Langenburg Skating Rink, Curling rink, and the George Layh Theatre are the places to be. The skating rink accommodates hockey tournaments, skating lessons, and public skating while the local theatre offers concerts, drama productions, and movies. Langenburg is only 30 minutes from Asessippi Ski Resort, where you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, dog sledding, and a charming village for the winter season.

Check Langenburg's website and Facebook page for more details on area attractions, plus notable historic facts about UFO sightings in the 1970s, Gopherville Fun Village in the 1990s, famous people and the arts community.

TRAVELLER INFO

Town office, 202 Wells Ave, Mon to Fri 8 a.m. - 12 noon, 1 - 4:30 p.m.
Retail​, closed Sun.​


306-743-2432

Email: office@langenburg.ca

Central - Langenburg - Hwys 8, 16

The Town of Langenburg is an active and vibrant community located on Trans-Canada Highway 16, only 10 minutes from the Manitoba border. Incorporated as a town in 1959, it has a deep and interesting history. The district was first surveyed by the federal government in 1880. Around 1886, the train station was named "Langenburg" after the town of Langenburg in Germany following the Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg's visit to western Canada and his recommendation that the area was suitable for a German settlement. ​

During the summer months, the new outdoor swimming pool, three new playground areas, the walking trail, Tourist Rest Area, and golf course are fun places to check out. Don't miss the beautiful national, provincial and regional parks in the area. In the winter, the Langenburg Skating Rink, Curling rink, and the George Layh Theatre are the places to be. The skating rink accommodates hockey tournaments, skating lessons, and public skating while the local theatre offers concerts, drama productions, and movies. Langenburg is only 30 minutes from Asessippi Ski Resort, where you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, dog sledding, and a charming village for the winter season.

Check Langenburg's website and Facebook page for more details on area attractions, plus notable historic facts about UFO sightings in the 1970s, Gopherville Fun Village in the 1990s, famous people and the arts community.

Tourism Saskatchewan
Langenburg
Latitude: 50.84145° N,
Longitude: -101.7046° W

TRAVELLER INFO

Town office, 202 Wells Ave, Mon to Fri 8 a.m. - 12 noon, 1 - 4:30 p.m.
Retail​, closed Sun.​


306-743-2432

Email: office@langenburg.ca

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