Enjoy the outdoors by visiting Weyburn’s numerous parks, green spaces, and sports fields for all residents and visitors!
Located directly east of the Leisure Centre on 1st Ave NE
Jubilee Park boasts a number of ball diamonds as well as soccer and football fields. The park also includes jogging and biking trails, walking paths, tennis courts, picnic areas, a playground, and an outdoor skating rink in the winter months. Several other parks and playgrounds also exist throughout the city, such as Elks Park, Burnwey Park, and Don Mitchell Park; as well as smaller residential parks and open spaces.
Cross-country ski trails are groomed once there is sufficient amount of snow. The trails are changed regularly to add variety, but the starting points remain the same. The Jubilee Park cross-country ski trail begins in the west parking lot beside the outdoor skating rink.
Set along the banks of the Souris River just south of Highway 39
River Park is the jewel of Weyburn’s park system. The park can accommodate campers, RVs or tents, and provides easy access to the city’s downtown core. River Park is also the starting point for the Tatagwa Parkway Trail System. Cross-country trails are groomed once there is a sufficient amount of snow. The trails are changed regularly to add variety, but the starting points remain the same at the entrance of the park.
River Park Spray Park will be constructed in the Spring/Summer, with an opening in August 2016. The spray park will feature a large dump bucket and multiple spray elements and ground sprayers. For more information contact (306) 848.3280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tatagwa Parkway consists of over 10 kilometers of picturesque trails throughout Weyburn. Travel paved multi-use trails, through thousands of trees, and various natural conservation areas. Choose from: 1.5 KM trek along the wooded Souris Valley Trail, 2 KM loop along the beautiful Souris River on the Red Coat Trail, 3 KM long Silver Heights Trail that skirts the northern edge of the city, and 3 KM loop through the scenic Signal Hill Trail.
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The dog park provides just under three acres of off leash area where dogs can run and have fun! The park’s perimeter is fenced with eight foot page wire and large wooden corner posts. There are two separate areas, one for small dogs and one for the larger dogs.