The Town of Treherne, incorporated on December 31, 1948, is situated on Highway 2 approximately mid-way between the cities of Winnipeg and Brandon. Named after its first postmaster, Treherne evolved in the 1870's at the junction of the historic Yellow Quill Trail and Boyne River.
The rolling lands of the Tiger Hills to the south provide a pleasant setting for the community. Pinkerton Lakes, some six miles south, have been designated a wildlife management area. The Assiniboine River Valley, lying to the north lends itself to irrigation as well as recreation and hunting. Agriculture is the main economic activity in the area and the community. Its diversification has allowed for the development of a strong and stable economic base. A number of agriculture-related businesses make Treherne a major rural service center in south central Manitoba.
Treherne Aquatic Centre Situated near the Cottonwood Campground, the new (2006) Junior Olympic size heated pool, with beach front entry, lazy river and mushroom sprinkler are open for public swimming afternoons and evenings during the summer months. Swimming lessons available. Pool closes end of August - early September weather permitting. Phone 723-2150.
Delahunt Golf and Country Club In 1993 Delahunt Golf and Country Club celebrated its 25th anniversary, marking a quarter century of service to the Town of Treherne. This beautiful course was a town project from the outset, with its people putting their time, money and labour into its construction. The greens are maintained in excellent shape and green fees are affordable. Carts and clubs are available for rent. During the fall and winter of 2004, a new clubhouse was constructed. Special events were held during the summer of 2005 to celebrate this addition.
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