Parks and Recreation

New for 2017: Experience Meadow Lake

A new intiative of the Parks and Recreation Board in conjunction with other community organizations such as ML Tennis, the ML Lions Club, and the ML Golf Club, Experience Meadow Lake: Let's Play aims to increase recreation opportunities through reduced access fees. Check out the poster below for more information about programs available this summer.

To help provide the public with good park and recreational facilities, City Council created the Meadow Lake Parks and Recreation Board to include representation from the community at large. The Board includes members from the general public, City Councilors, and (since people in the rural community also use our recreational facilities) there are representatives from the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake.

The Parks and Recreation Board allocates the Community Grant funding (Saskatchewan Lotteries). The Board may also be asked by City Council for their opinions on specific upcoming projects.


From City Council: Curtis Paylor
Conrad Read
Glen Winkler
From the Rural Municipality: Ernie Schwartz
Garry Ratke
From the General Public: Krystina Arnold
Brian Gislason
Ryan How
Adriane Ouellette




The normal ice season is from early October to the end of March but varies according to demand. However, other events can be held throughout the year, such as concerts, banquets, bingos, cattle shows, trade and craft fairs, and other sports. There are seats for 900 hockey fans with additional bleacher seating, and the building can accommodate up to 725 people on the ice surface for bingos and concerts. To book ice time or to schedule an event at the arena, call City Hall at 306-236-3622 Ext 200 or email

2016 ice rates are as follows (all rates subject to GST):


Located in the upstairs area of the arena, the mezzanine has a seating capacity of 220, making it ideal for weddings, smaller events and meetings.

Civic Centre

Featuring a stage, a large kitchen with utensils, along with a seating capacity of 450 - 700 (depending whether alcohol is served and table usage), this facility is ideal for banquets, weddings, dances, and conferences.

In 2016, internet service was installed in this facility for the convenience of our renters.

Pineridge Ford Amphitheatre

Located in Lions Park, this outdoor theatre is available for rent for weddings, concerts, and other outdoor events. Bleacher style seating is available upon request.


Elks Park

Attractive landscaping. Large green space. Paved walking path. Park benches. A great place to host an Art Show or family picnic.

Westview Park

Two outdoor ice rinks; one boarded surface for hockey and one non-boarded surface for skating. Both ice surfaces are flooded by zamboni. Heated change house with washrooms. Spray park. Playground equipment. Basketball Pad. Two tennis courts. Large parking area.

Eastside Lions Playground

A great quiet getaway for families. Equipment sponsored by Meadow Lake Lions Club (2009). Plenty of green space. Walk-in only - street parking only.

Civic Centre Playground

Situated next to a soccer field, this playground is perfect for younger children. Shaded area with lots of sand to play in.

KIN Park

This playground is ideal for toddlers and younger children. Consists of an oval shaped paved bike path, two climbing play structures, swings and other playground sculptures such as Harry the Hippo, Calvin the Caterpillar and Dragon. Located north of the Aquatic Centre and Outdoor Spray Park.

Spray Park

Developed in 2010, this Outdoor Spray Park is a wonderful addition to the community. This Spray Park features an interactive Tappin' Tunes Piano, Sound Sprays, Sneaky Soaker Buckets, Cosmic Cannons, Trilly Lily, Rainbow Spray and many other fun-filled components. Children control the FUN by pressing activator buttons located on the spray toys, bringing the park to life. Parents can sit close by on the sun deck, park benches & tables. A small admission allows one to enjoy both the Spray Park and the Aquatic Center. Individuals and groups are welcome. Located @ 615 Center Street. Call the Aquatic Center @ 306-236-2686 for fees & hours of operation.


The Meadow Lake Aquatic Centre, which opened in April 1995, is Saskatchewan's most northerly aquatic training and leisure centre.


  • Five-Lane Main Pool
  • Wheel-Chair Accessible
  • Wading Pool
  • 15-Person Hot Tub
  • Life Saving Society Courses
  • Life Saving Society Swimming Lessons
  • Birthday Party Packages
  • Climbing Wall
  • Tarzan Rope
  • Diving Board
  • Outdoor Spray Park

Times and schedules for all ages and swimming abilities.

Phone (306) 236-2686
Manager: Jennifer Rex


The Meadow Lake Lions' Park is operated & maintained by the City. Park passes are not necessary to enter the park or to stay at the campgrounds. This park features 2.8km of paved walking path. Sponsored benches & tables strategically placed along the trail for resting. Lions Park also features a large sliding hill, 2 baseball diamonds with dugouts, 3 softwall diamonds, batting cage, covered picnic area with nearby concession booth and playground equipment. Athletic features include an 8 lane rubberized running track, 4 long jump pits, 1 high jump pad, 1 discuss/hammer cage, 1 shot-put circle, 1 javelin area. Fans can sit on the bleachers donated by Tolko and watch the Spartans play football while keeping track of the score on the amazing score clock donated by Ron's Plumbing & Heating. Many of the facilities were recently upgraded when Meadow Lake hosted the 2012 Saskatchewan Summer Games. Lions Park has many green spaces to enjoy family picnics. Check it out.


Tourist Information Centre: (306) 236-4447 (May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend). Hours of operation are 10AM to 6PM daily. PLEASE NOTE: we do not accept reservations. All sites are first-come first-served. Visa, Mastercard, Interac, Cheque & Cash accepted. Fees are $25/Night; $150/Week; $550/Month. GST is included in all rates. Free fire wood available to campers. For information during the off-season call the City of Meadow Lake at (306) 236-3622 Ext 200.



The new tennis courts on 7th Ave West were built for the 2012 Summer Games. Keys and access forms for the tennis courts are now available at City Hall. The access fee is $25 per person or $50 per family. For more information, call City Hall at (306) 236-3622 and/or read the form below from the Meadow Lake Tennis group.
Meadow Lake Tennis Access Form


The Meadow Lake Golf Club has its own Board and staff. The Clubhouse was built in 2001 and has a restaurant, pro shop and banquet room. The 18 hole course had the back nine extended in 1995 and has a total yardage of 6432 yards. Click on the following link for current golf club events.