Enjoy the outdoors during every season by visiting Weyburn’s numerous parks, green spaces, and sports fields for all residents and visitors.
1st Avenue NE – Located directly east of the Leisure Centre
The park boasts a number of ball diamonds, soccer and football fields, jogging and walking paths, tennis courts, picnic areas, playground, and wide open green spaces. Ideal for walking or setting up a nice picnic area.
*During the Winter months, Ski trails are groomed regularly when weather permits. The starting point for the Jubilee Park trail is from the west parking lot off 5th St. Cross-Country Ski Trails & equipment rentals are available through the Weyburn Leisure Centre. https://weyburn.ca/cross-country-ski-trails/
Prairie Pro Outfitters
Rafferty Reservoir/ Mainprize Regional Park / The Dam Store, Mainprize
- Exclusive owner of the angling guiding rights for Rafferty Reservoir Saskatchewan.
- First and only angling outfitter with an angling academy.
- On the water instruction available for beginning to experienced anglers of any age.
- Open year round.
- Daily and multi day excursions on open water or ice fishing available.
403 Confederation Drive – S of Highway #39 – Set along the banks of the Souris River
River Park, with its beautiful and manicured tree lines, is the jewel of Weyburn’s park system. The park has numerous picnic and barbecue areas, perfect for gatherings. Featuring a nine basket disc golf course and spray park for family summer fun. River Park is also the starting point for the Tatagwa Parkway Trail System. In the winter, cross-country trails are groomed once there is a sufficient amount of snow, outdoor skating rink areas are cleared on the frozen Souris River, walking paths are cleared and there are plenty of areas to try snowshoeing.
River Park Spray Park
403 Confederation Drive – located in River Park Campground
Features a large dump bucket, multiple spray elements and ground sprayers. Playground and disc golf are in close proximity.
For more information, click here.
Hours of Operation: Weather permitting, open May Long Weekend until the the second weekend in September.
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