The Town of Langenburg is an active, vibrant community located along the Yellow-head Highway 16 near 4 booming Potash mines.
It is just 10 minutes from the Manitoba border and just 15-30 min. from beautiful national and regional parks.
The Town of Langenburg has deep and interesting history. The district was first surveyed by the federal government in 1880 and just in 1959 it was incorporated as a town. Around 1886 train station was named "Langenburg" after Langenburg city in Germany, which prince, Hohenlohe-Langenburg, visited western Canada and recommended this area for a German settlement. Recently, our town and "Langenburg" city in Germany, had chance to meet each other!
Langenburg is known for its:
- UFO sightings in the early 1970's;
- Famous people (more information);
There are tons to do in our town:
- For the summer months, the outdoor swimming pool, three new playgrounds areas, Langenburg Homestead Museum and golf course are fun places to check out as well as beautiful national and regional parks!
- During the winter season, the Langenburg Skating Rink, Curling rink and The George Layh Theatre are the places to be! The Skating Rink accommodates hockey tournaments, skating lessons and public skating while local Theatre offers concerts, drama productions and movies. Langenburg is only 30 minutes to Asessippi Ski Resort, where they have skiing, snowboarding, tubing, dog sledding and a charming village for the winter season.
Check out our Community Calendar, as we like to host lots of different events too!
The Town of Langenburg has so much to offer with its many businesses including unique places to eat and shop!
Check out our website www.langenburg.ca for a full range of activities and services offered by our community and "like" our @town.of.langenburg Facebook page, where you will find lots of interesting information about us!
We hope you will enjoy our lovely community!