The Village of Maryfield is situated near the beautiful Pipestone Valley and is located in the heart of the prairie flatlands. It offers many amenities as well as the solitude and security of a small town community.

The town lies south of the intersection of Highway 48 and Highway 600 and is home to approximately 370 residents. The village is only 8 km from the Manitoba border and nearly100 km northeast from the city of Estevan. Maryfield is within close proximity to communities such as Moosomin, Redvers, and Wawota.

Since 2004, a group of hardworking volunteers from within the community formed the Maryfield Beautification Group, as part of the Homecoming Celebrations in 2007. Their hard work was aimed at improving the Villages general appearance. Each year they continue to improve and create new community gardens for everyone to enjoy. Make sure you take the time to stop by this “blooming” community to see all that it has to offer and experience rural Saskatchewan living.


Situated on Highway 48, Maryfield is an 8 kilometre drive from the Manitoba border and only an 80 kilometre drive from the United States border.

The Maryfield district derived its name from Captain John “Jack” McNaught who had immigrated from Scotland and homesteaded in the area. Mr. McNaught named his homestead after his sister Mary who was back in Scotland. Mr. McNaught sent a man on his pony to Fleming for the mail on a weekly basis. The rider soon became known as the Maryfield Post Man. A Maryfield School District was formed and soon after, a post

office opened near the school. The C.P.R. surveyed a townsite in 1905 and the Village of Maryfield was incorporated in 1907.


  • Annual Rodeo: Maryfield holds an annual indoor rodeo in early July. The rodeo is CCA and MRCA sanctioned and features 7 major events plus mutton busting, rodeo queen contest, novice saddlebronc, bareback and junior girls barrel racing. It is a two day event with a dance, pancake breakfast and evening barbecue.
  • Maryfield Fair
  • Indoor Skating Rink
  • Curling Rink
  • Curling School: Maryfield, is renowned for the number of successful junior curlers it has generated. Many of these curlers have represented Saskatchewan at the provincial and national levels. Maryfield School has launched a program open to all Canadian and international students who are interested in attending Maryfield School to improve their curling and/or English skills. The curling program provides interested students with quality on ice and dry land instruction and would focus on both technique and strategy.
  • Maryfield Theatre & Auditorium: The Maryfield Auditorium is comprised of an upstairs theatre and concert stage with seating for 322. The lower level includes a dance hall, a band stand, and sound system. It also doubles as a banquet facility with a fully equipped kitchen with dishes and seating for 200.
  • Museum: Approximately 2,000 artifacts, including: old clocks; tools; record players and cylindrical records; telephones.