Community Development, Parks & Recreation

Community Development Division

 Active Transportation Collaborative

 In Motion

 Promotional Opportunities


Recreation Services Division

 Deer Park Golf Course

 Cross Country Ski Trails

 Snowmobile Access Routes


 Facility Booking


 Skate Park

Parks Division

 Parks & Rec Map

 Passive Parks

 Active Parks

 Sports Fields

 Kinsmen Arena

 Outdoor Rinks & Toboggan Hills


 Pest Management


See Also…

Other Departments

Active Parks

Parks Division
Tel: (306) 786-1780
Fax: (306) 782-2606

The City of Yorkton has a number of active parks located throughout the city.  The parks contain facilities for use by the entire city and visitors alike.

BMX Park - This is a BMX bike course located east of Columbia School.

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

Heritage Heights Park - Located on McBurney Drive, this park includes 2 tennis courts and an outdoor rink with lighting until 10:00 p.m. during respective seasons, a ball diamond with backstop, a football/soccer field with uprights and walking pathways.

Jackson Park -This park space offers playground equipment, walking pathways and sun shelter. It is located between 2nd and 3rd Avenue North.

Jaycee Beach - This large recreational area is located on Gladstone Avenue North and is home to 4 softball/baseball diamonds, playground equipment, washrooms, concession, beach volleyball area and a picnic area.

Knights of Columbus Park - Located on Circlebrooke Drive, this park has lighting throughout, an activity hill for tobogganing, and an outdoor rink which is lit until 10:00 p.m. throughout the winter. During the summer enjoy the permanent benches, walking paths, an activity hill, tennis courts (which are lit until 10:00 p.m. throughout the summer), playground equipment and a ball diamond with a backstop.

Patrick Park - Located on King Street, this park has a 9-hole Disc Golf Course, horseshoe pits, picnic tables and benches.  

Rodney Ridge - Located on Roslyn Avenue, this park has a bowl type landscape, which is perfect for tobogganing.

Skate Park - The City of Yorkton Skatepark is located just off Broadway Street on Brodie Avenue.  This concrete skatepark was designed and constructed by Newline Skateparks Inc., and was completed in August 2012.  The skatepark is an unsupervised facility and the use of protective equipment is strongly recommended. 

Silver Heights Park - Located on Sunset Drive North, this active space is home to an outdoor rink, playground equipment, a tennis/basketball surface, spray pool and walking pathways with benches.

Ukrainian Pioneer Park/Drake Field - This park area offers walking pathways, playground equipment and a large soccer/lacrosse playing field. It is located between 1st and 3rd Avenue North and Henderson and Burke Street.

Waterloo Park - Located on Collacott Street East, this open park space includes walking pathways, playground equipment and picnic tables.

Western Financial Group City Centre Park - Located on Broadway Street West in downtown Yorkton is the newly redesigned Western Financial Group City Centre Park.  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. The Park is available for bookings by calling 786-1780.

Weinmaster Park - The City of Yorkton's newest and only wheelchair accessible play structure was completed June 2014 and is located off Morrison Drive in Weinmaster Park.  It is a great complement to the spary park at the same location, making Weinmaster Park a great play destination for the whole family.  City of Yorkton staff conduct weekly inspections to ensure the features and surfacing remain operational, however, if you notice any irregularities related to the play structure or surfacing, we encourage you to contact the Parks Office at 306-786-1780.

Weinmaster Spray Park - The spray park is located off Morrison Drive in Weinmaster Park.  The park is fully automated with timers installed to prevent use outside of daytime hours and is operational during the summer months from mid-morning through early to mid-evening.  Lights will not be provided at the spray park as we do not want to encourage use as night.