Denzil , in West-central Saskatchewan, was incorporated as a village in 1911. Denzil has a population of 135 people. We’re an active, friendly community known for our volunteerism. Denzil is a neat and tidy village with many trees and flowers thanks to our Communities in Bloom Committee. We have several businesses which provide our basic needs.
Denzil has many physical attractions: a park/playground, campground with 28 sites – 10 full service, trout pond, an impressive church with stained glass windows, museum, a newly landscaped lot downtown named Cornerbrook. A walking trail was opened in 2009
Our Community boasts various clubs, organizations, businesses and individuals all working to keep it viable. We have several annual events some of which are: the Fall fair, Community Days, Steak & Lobster supper and dance, Cash Dance, Bones Tournament and supper, curling and discing bonspiels to name a few.
Denzil’s main industries, farming and oil production are the economic backbone of the area, and the people are its heart and soul.