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Farm Tours


We'll pack you a lunch and you'll tag along for chores with animals, a ride on equipment, picking produce, delivering meals to the field, watching grain being extracted, hauling grain to the elevator terminal, and the like. Remember, our farm is a working farm and our activity is weather based and seasonally determined.

May 1 - June 8 (approx) Seeding

- Hauling seed and fertilizer with semi

- Riding on tractor with seed drill

- Hauling grain

- Rolling fields with tractor and roller

- Land prep with skid steer and double disc with tractor

- Spraying herbicide or fungicide

- Landscaping

- Planting a garden

- Maintaining orchard

- Feeding animals and animal care

- Planting flowers

July (late)​

- Garden and orchard harvest

- Trips to the South Saskatchewan River for Saskatoon Berries

August 10 - Harvest Completion (approx)

- Combining

- Hauling grain

- Bagging grain or moving grain

- Straw management

- Migratory Bird Season


- Migratory Birds

- Same as above for harvest


- Harvest Family Festival in Rosetown with Alive Sky Float in parade

January, February, Early March

- Snowy owls and Great Horned owls

- Hockey and curling in Rosetown

Local Wine Tasting Night

Rosetown's own Highway Host restaurant has amazing Indian cuisine and owner Ali hosts guest chefs and wine experts to several wine tasting events throughout the year.  Call anytime for dates and we'll connect you to this evening of great eats and new experiences with wine! (gone during COVID but we hope he brings it back)
Cultural Sites

Experience an incredible piece of history at Ancient Echos Interpretive Site.  You will learn about the petroglyphs found in this area and the unique practices of the people who first lived here. For more information contact 306-377-2045 or visit

Market Tour

Check with our Facebook and Instagram pages or call us for times and dates of local Farmers Markets and take home a bag of farm fresh produce, flowers, a pie or amazing preserves! Don't forget the Saskatchewan honey! (Summer months only)

Leisure Activities

Alive Sky Lodge is the perfect place for a quiet walk. Borrow our bikes for a ride through the country. Winter is all about the snow shoeing through the trees. We're only a few Kilometres from Sask Landing and camping near Lake Diefenbaker as well as the Diefenbaker Dam site. Take in a movie at a reel (pardon the pun) Drive-in Movie Theatre - Clearwater Drive-in, after stopping for fries and ice cream at the Hilltop Cafe of course! Need a quick dip at the Rosetown Leisure Center pool or some fun at the spray park? Take your History Buff to the Rosetown Museum and top the night off with a round of minigolf at the Tourism Center and take an ice cream cone to go. Cut some laps around the rink this winter? Bring your skates. Go glow bowling at Rosetown Ball & Pin House and grab some take out from one of our excellent restaurants. Last, but very not least, relax in the hot tub under the stars, or if you're a morning person, take your coffee in our copper mugs and start the day in the hot tub.

Bird Watching

Birds, birds, and more birds. What can we say? We're in the middle of a major migratory path and we love it! We often have great horned owls nesting in our yard and can put you in touch with some excellent Snowy owl guides. Some of our birds even reside in our chicken coop. Yes, chickens are in our chicken coop. You can take a selfie with them. #BirdsofInstagram

Horse Ride

What's a good day without a horse? A bad day. We'll arrange a horse and carriage ride or a hay ride with our neighbour Tammie McGonnigal . Request a picnic if you like. (Weather and availability permitting)

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