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Visit the town web site at www.norquay.ca
Living the full life where prairie meets pine... Norquay is the ideal place to find balance. Work can take you anywhere these days, near or far from home. But life in our town keeps you close to where your heart is.
The Norquay Memorial Church says a lot about the town. The
building dates back to 1908 and a time when coming together
as a community was cherished. The church itself was restored
by many volunteers and remains a volunteer project. The
annual multi-faith services is a reminder to that tradition.
Many events and services make Norquay unique and
hospitable. Curling on three artificial sheets of ice is a real
pleasure as are the many amenities of the Communiplex.
Skating, hockey and other activities are also hosted at the arena.
The Communiplex also houses the Norquay Hall which is the site of
many local events and available for rent by contacting the Norquay Town Office.
Summer months are active in Norquay’s outdoor spaces. The campgrounds are nestled into the center of town and feature electric/sewer serviced sites with washrooms for $15 per night. Nearby are the ball diamonds and the town’s collection of heritage churches. A series of downtown murals tell the story of the town’s memorable figures in beautiful detail.
Bell Park is situated on Main Street and hosts many local barbeques and provides a beautiful spot for a picnic or a visit with friends and family. Take a walk through and peruse the "centennial bricks" laid out along the walkway. Relax on a park bench and enjoy the three murals painted on the wall of the Norquay Town Office.
Norquay is a full service community including the following tourist-related services: auto repair, campgrounds, churches, convenience store, financial institutions, gas stations, gifts, grocery stores, liquor store, massage therapy, nurse practitioner, pharmacy, post offfice, restaurants, snowmobile repair and more.
Annual events include:
Lakes and forests lie in all directions. Golf, boating, and cottage opportunities are within a 20 minute drive at Crystal Lake. Duck Mountain Provincial Park is only 45 minutes away. The park has excellent fishing and camping, golf, cross-country and downhill skiing. Directly north lies the Porcupine Provincial Forest Reserve. This huge expanse of forests, streams, and lakes is a treasure of hunting, fishing, and camping experiences. Moose Range, roughly 90 minutes from town, takes you to rugged country for big game hunting and fishing in true northern solitude.
The landscape here is breathtaking. The mixed forests and gentle land are ideal for hiking and horseback riding. In winter, access to the Route 66 snowmobile route is right out your door.
Our Snake Creek Wildlife Area is only minutes from town and features a Nature Saskatchewan preserve and seasonal bird migrations that are as good as any in the province.
If you are of an historical turn of mind, summer is a perfect time to venture out to the Fort Livingstone and Fort Pelly heritage sites, two of the earliest locations of European presence in Canada’s west.
To learn more and play your time in Norquay, visit us on the web at www.norquay.ca or call 306-594-2101. We look forward to seeing you!