Wolseley boasts a beautiful setting for each traveller that decides to stop in our community.
With the sixties, came an ever increasing number of travellers and vactioners requiring rest stops and overnight accomodations. In 1969, Bill (Armand) Langlois purchased the former beauty spot locally known as the CPR gardens and opened the Sleepy Hollow Campground and Picnic area. The picnic area encompassed the top of the hollow where the Tourist Booth and the Wolseley Esso Gas Station and Convenience Store are now situated.
The campground has great business with travellers from the U.S. and nearly all points in Canada. Later the main entrance was moved to the west end of the park. The Langlois family sold the campground to Art Lutz and Randy Nyiri.
To make reseverations during the camping season please contact Randy at 306-698-2984.
Apr.25.2017 ~ May.3.2017
Notice of Public Open House-Broadview Mine Project