Real Estate in Grayson, Saskatchewan
Learn More About Grayson, Saskatchewan
Grayson is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Like many small Saskatchewan towns it was built along a rail line which no longer exists. It no longer has a grain elevator, but a few unique businesses and its proximity to Melville still allow it to prosper, particularly the meat plant (source of the famous 'Grayson Sausage'). It also possesses a post office, modern grocery/cafe, hardware store, plumbers, tavern, elementary school, village and RM offices, business services and computer technical services. There is also a dance hall, a seniors center, and apartments for rent. Until 2017, when the Saskatchewan Transportation Company was discontinued, it had a bus dropoff and pickup.
Grayson celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2006.