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Eston is a small town in West Central Saskatchewan with a population of around 1000 (2016).


Eston is known for its rodeo, gopher races, the Real Men of Eston calendar (a fundraising project that had men aged fifty and older pose nude in a calendar) and the place where the game caps on roids or crowns was created.

Get in[edit]

Eston is about 200 km (120 mi) southwest of Saskatoon; follow Highway 7 from Saskatoon to Highway 30 at Brock.

Get around[edit]

Map of Eston


Some local attractions are:

  • Rambler hockey team
  • The eight-foot gopher located at the end of Main Street
  • Prairie West Historical Centre, 946 2nd Street Southeast, +1 306-962-4578, . May to August: M-F 1PM-5PM, or by appointment. A museum and gallery in a restored farm home that was known as Evans House. The art gallery features artists with local connections, including a Picasso print. The museum also contains a one-room schoolhouse and homesteader’s shack. Free.


  • Riverside Pool Park and Playground.
  • Eston Community Complex, 310 3rd St SW, +1 306-962-4424. Curling rink, bowling alley, skating rink, boxing ring, fitness centre.



  • Prairie Palace, 420 Highway 44 Southwest, +1 306-962-4888. Family dining
  • Great West Café, 116 Main St, +1 306-962-3232. W-M 11:30AM-8PM. Chinese cuisine
  • DT's, 103 3rd St SW. 8AM-9PM. Family dining



  • Double T Motor Inn, 113 3rd St W, +1 306 962-3639. Kitchenettes, singles, doubles and suites. All rooms equipped with fridge, cable TV.


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Routes through Eston
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