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Urban parks

Heritage Heights Park: McBurney Drive. Includes park benches, picnic tables, and garbage cans; tennis courts.

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.

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

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.

Skateboard Park: Located on Brodie Avenue, just south of Broadway.

York Lake Regional Park

York Lake Regional Park is located a few kilometres south of Yorkton, and is easily accessible from Highway 10 South, and from Highways 9 and 16 by way of Queen Street. The park is open from the May long weekend to the end of September.

Stretching along the east shore of York Lake, the park features an 18-hole golf course; a four-diamond slowpitch complex including two lighted fields, where slowpitch is played every day of the week; the Yorkton Canoe and Kayak Club facilities; the Saskatchewan Wildlife Trap and Skeet Club where shoots are held every Tuesday during the summer; and Kin Point, which includes barbecue and picnic sites, a playground, swimming and shower facilities, a canteen, horseshoe pits and walking trails.

The park has a campground for tenting and trailers, offering all the amenities for travellers. The lake is ideal for boating and sailing, and has boat launch facilities. For information about the park, or to reserve a campsite, call 306-782-7080.

Provincial parks

Good Spirit Lake

One of the province's best natural beaches awaits you at the south end of Good Spirit Lake, just 55 km northwest of Yorkton. The shallow shores are great for kids and the sand dunes provide exploring adventures. The park has 293 camping sites available consisting of electric, non-electric, and wheelchair accessible sites.

Food service is available at the beach, at the golf clubhouse and at the four season restaurant at Spiritwood Villas Inn just outside the park gates. Dining, accommodation, golf and groceries are available adjacent to the park at Spiritwood Acres.

The park maintains 18 km of cross country ski trails for all levels of skiers. Snowmobile trails and ice fishing round out the winter attractions. For more information call 306-792-4750.

Touchwood Hills Post

This site depicts the role of the Hudson's Bay Company fur trade post in the transport and provisioning network of the later fur trade era of 1849 to the 1870s. From the 1880s to 1909 it served incoming settlers. This site lies 135 km west of Yorkton. For more information call 306-332-3215.

Greenwater Lake

This year-round resort is located in a rolling forested area, where you can camp or rent deluxe cabins. Many types of wildlife inhabit the area including elk, moose, deer, beaver, black bear and over 200 species of birds. The park lies 223 km northwest of Yorkton and features a beach, fishing, golfing, tennis, hiking and boating. Boat rentals are available.

Camping facilities consist of 267 sites including electric, non-electric, group and overflow sites. The park also offers cabins, some winterized and equipped with fireplaces. Conference facilities are available. Food services in the park include licensed dining at Fisherman's Cove, fast food and a grocery/supply store. Winter attractions include 32 km of cross country skiing trails, groomed snowmobile trails, ice fishing and outdoor skating.

For more information call 306-278-3515.

Multi-use Pathways 

There are many multi-use pathways throughout the City of Yorkton. Multi-use pathways are a great way for families to participate in low cost, healthy lifestyle choices. Most asphalt paths are maintained year round. Check out our map and visit some or all of our pathways this fall!

See map of "Multi-use Pathways" here