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Facilities and Attractions

Gallagher Centre: Home to the Farrell Agencies Arena, water Park and pool, Nexera Flexihall, curling rink, meeting facilities and several outbuildings. The water park feature a two story waterslide, wave pool with zero depth entry, lazy river, whirlpool, steam room, sauna, 25 m lane pool and party room. Call 306-786-1740.

Yorkton Public Library: Programs for children. 306-783-3523

Gloria Hayden Community Centre: The centre is a favourite recreation spot for Yorkton citizens. The Kinsmen Walking Track is a 140m rubberized indoor track that is convenient and removed from the elements for walkers and joggers. The centre also features two racquet courts that can be converted for racquetball, squash, handball, wallyball and aerobics. The gymnasium provides many leisure programs. 306-786-1776

Tower Theatre: 32 Second Avenue North. Matinee and evening show times. 24-hour movie information line: 306-782-2936; business office: 306-782-5225.

Yorkton Bowl Arena: 49B Broadway Street East. 306-783-5183

Cherrydale Golf and Country Club: Located four miles east of Yorkton on Highway 10, two miles south on Cherrydale Road, then a half mile east. A par 3 nine-hole golf course, campground, showers, fire pit, ball diamond, horse shoes, driving range, nature trails, beach volleyball and in-house catering for family and corporate events. 306-786-6877.

Geocaching: Pick up loaner GPS devices from Tourism Yorkton free of charge. One piece of valid ID must be presented before the GPS devices are lent out. 306-783-8707

Active Parks

BMX Park, East of Columbia School, 119 Bradbrooke Drive. A BMX bike course.

Crossthwaite Park, Mountview Road. A large field park suitable for lacrosse, soccer or football.

Heritage Heights Park, McBurney Drive. This park includes two tennis courts and an outdoor rink with lighting until 10:00 pm during respective seasons, a ball diamond with backstop, a soccer field and walking pathways.

Knights of Columbus Park, Circlebrooke Drive. This park has lighting throughout, permanent benches and walking paths, an activity hill, outdoor rink and tennis courts that are lit until 10:30 p.m., playground equipment and a ball diamond with a backstop

Patrick Park, King Street. This park is home to Yorkton’s disc golf course and also has picnic tables, benches and a horseshoe pit. This is a great place to play some Frisbee, disc golf or kick a football around.

Rodney Ridge, Roslyn Avenue. This park has a bowl type landscape, perfect for tobogganing and snowboarding.

Skateboard Park, Brodie Avenue, just south of Broadway.

Silver Heights Park, Sunset Drive North. Includes park benches, picnic tables, and garbage cans; also includes water park and tennis court.

Ukrainian Pioneer Park, First Avenue North. This park offers walking pathways, playground equipment and a large soccer/lacrosse playing field. This park is also home to the Yorkton Horseshoe Club.

Western Financial Group City Centre Park, Downtown Yorkton. The park features benches and a stage for entertainment for small community gatherings. The mural located on the east end of the park was designed and painted by Grant McLaughlin.

Weinmaster Park, Morrison Drive. Located within this park is Yorkton newest and only wheelchair accessible play structure. It is a great complement to the spray park at the same location, making Weinmaster Park a great play destination for the whole family. The spray park is fully automated with timers that operate from mid-morning through early to mid evening during the summer months.

Wiggly Field Dog ParkJaycee Beach. Take your dog for a walk at the off leash dog park.

Passive Parks

The City of Yorkton has a number of passive parks throughout the community. These park spaces do not have any playground or sports equipment and are designed to enhance the community through the beauty of green space. Some of the highlights at our passive parks include walking paths at Logan Green, Shaw Park and Franco Park, an arboretum/Dulmage Farmstead Heritage Site at the Ravine Ecological Preserve, a mature American elm stand at Tupper Park and the botanical garden located at Logan Green.

If you're looking for a location for a quiet relaxing escape, any of our passive parks is the place for you.

Logan Green: This natural setting park space is home to 8kms of trail that is accessible year round for wildlife watching, hiking, cycling and cross country skiing.

Ravine Ecological Preserve: west of the Gallagher Centre: Experience the beauty of nature by hiking the 2.8kms of natural trails.

Ball Diamonds

Jaycee Beach Diamonds, Jaycee Beach. Four regulation size diamonds each with a shale infield. The diamonds play host to the mosquito program of Yorkton Minor Baseball and the Yorkton Softball Association.

Jubilee Park, Foster Street. The city’s main baseball park is home to the Yorkton Cardinals of the Western Major Baseball League, along with the Yorkton Junior Cardinals and Yorkton Minor Baseball’s pee wee, bantam and midget teams. The park has a number of amenities including a concession, sound booth and washroom facilities. Yorkton Minor Baseball has also constructed a batting cage. Jubilee Ball Park is home to four diamonds including two senior (one with grass infield), one bantam and one pee wee diamond.

Lions Ball Park, Kinsmen Arena, Prystai Way. This competition level softball/fastball diamond has a shale infield and lights.

Tennis Courts

WDM Tennis Courts, West of Kinsmen Century Field. Four competition level tennis courts are open for use at no cost to participants.

Heritage Heights Park: McBurney Drive. Two courts are located within this park. These courts are lit until 10.30 p.m.

Knights of Columbus Park: Two courts are located at this tennis facility and are lit until 10.30 pm.

Outdoor Rinks

Outdoor rinks are located at the following parks with lights on until 10.30 p.m. daily.

Heritage Heights Park, McBurney Drive

Knights of Columbus Park, Circlebrooke Drive

Silver Heights Park, Sunset Drive North

Weinmaster Park, Morrison Drive

Toboggan Hills

Locations for tobogganing in the city are:

Deer Park Municipal Golf Course, Highway 52 West

Knights of Columbus Park, Circlebrooke Drive

Rodney Ridge (formerly known as Roslyn Hill), Roslyn Avenue

Weinmaster Park, Morrison Drive

For any information on the active parks, passive parks, ball diamonds, tennis courts, outdoor rinks or toboggan hills, please call City of Yorkton Community Development, Parks & Recreation at 306-786-1750. 

If you have information regarding children's events please call Tourism Yorkton at 306-783-8707, fax us at 306-786-6978, or email us at