Create memories, try something new or rediscover the surroundings around you. Enjoy our many experiences in Weyburn and explore our city all year around!
River Park Sparkles Nov 30 – Jan 2
Enjoy the twinkle of holiday light displays of local businesses and organizations out at beautiful River Park Campground! Lights go on after dusk each day from November 30th, 2020 to January 2, 2021. Please follow signage for the designated route.
All public health guidelines including social distancing will be followed.
To comply with the most up to date COVID-19 public restrictions, the following guidelines have been put into place with respect to River Park Sparkles:
November 30 and December 1 will be designated as WALKING DAYS and all other days between December 2 and January 2 will be DRIVING ONLY.
During the days allocated for walking please avoid gathering in groups exceeding 30 individuals and maintain two meters between those who are not in the same household/extended household. On all other days please enjoy the displays from inside in your vehicle.
Tom Zandee Sports Arena – 327 Mergens Street NW
Public skating and free skating are offered throughout the winter. Head to the City of Weyburn’s website to view the skating schedule.
River Park, off Confederation Drive
Enjoy a skate on the frozen Souris River outdoor skating rink. Located at River Park when favourable seasonal conditions exist and the snow has been cleared for a skating area.
Snowmobile Club & Trails
Since connecting trails with Stoughton in 2004, the local snowmobile club in Weyburn, SK has a seen rise in sledders. 200 KM of trail that connects Weyburn with towns of Griffin, Creelman, Corning and Stoughton, as well as Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club trail system. Throughout the trail system, the scenic view will change from fields and pastures to rolling hills.
A very popular ride is a loop that starts at a staging area just east of the City, where the Weyburn shelter is located. The Weyburn shelter was newly built in 2009 and consists of an insulated building with good wood stoves and 12-volt lighting. The shelter also offers washrooms, fire pits, and BBQ’s. This is the perfect stop for lunch during your ride, bring the hot dogs with you, as hot dog sticks are also provided.
For more information, click here or visit the Souris River Snowmobile Club’s group page on Facebook
Tatagwa Parkway Trail System
Weyburn’s picturesque Tatagwa tail system and parks are an ideal place to walk your dog, go for a run, ride your bike, or boost your happiness by simply observing nature’s beauty. Tatagwa Parkway consists of two areas – the Signal Hill Nature Habitat and the Red Coat Nature Habitat, which are protected from vehicle traffic. Picnic tables and park benches are placed throughout the parkway, paths are cleared and maintained all year long.
Click Here to view the Tatagwa Parkway map