Redvers is a great community with picturesque views of the southern edge of the province’s parkland, with its slightly rolling hills and beautiful farmland. It is a very progressive and proactive community with many jobs and a wide variety of services.
Redvers is located in southeast Saskatchewan at highway junctions 8 and 13, approximately 140 kms northeast of Estevan. The Moose Mountain Provincial Park is 60 km northwest, the Manitoba border is 19 km east, the USA border is 50 km south.
During the Red River Rebellion, companies of British soldiers and Ontario residents were sent west to quell the rebellion. In 1897-98, surveyors arrived at the point where Redvers now stands and were called upon to give it a name. The headlines in the newspaper that night carried the news of the Boer War and mentioned the name of General Sir Redvers Buller, Warren, Rhodes, Methuen and Wauchope. The town was then given the name of Redvers, and in honor of the other generals, named many of the town streets after them. Redvers became a town in 1904. A statue of a Northwest Mounted Policeman in our town commemorates the Red Coat Trail, which runs through the town.
- Redvers Recreation Centre: consists of a:
- skating arena,
- curling rink with four sheet of ice, and
- swimming pool. The pool is a heated outdoor facility that is fully supervised, offering certified swimming lessons during the summer months
- Golf Course: situated on the west side of town featuring a challenging course, with grass greens.
- Golden Age Centre: Senior Citizen's drop-in center.
For these and many of the other attractions in this area, be sure to stop in at the Tourist Information Booth located on Highway #13 beside the landmark statue of the Red Coat Mountie on his horse. The Log Cabin Tourist Booth is open daily starting from the May long weekend to September Labor Day weekend.