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

Recreation Services Division

Recreation Services Manager :   
Taylor Morrison
Office Hours:    
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST
(306) 786-1776
(306) 786-6880
Street Address:   
397 Darlington Street East
Mailing Address:

Recreation Services Division
City of Yorkton
Box 400
Yorkton, SK
S3N 2W3

What we do

The mandate of the Recreation Services Division is to get city residents to participate in recreation activities of their choice.  The Branch works within the community to ensure that a broad range of sport, culture, parks and recreation opportunities are available and affordable to a broad spectrum of our residents and visitors.

Why Recreation?

  • Recreation and active living are ESSENTIAL TO PERSONAL HEALTH - a key determinant of health status!
  • Recreation is a key to balanced HUMAN DEVELOPMENT - helping Canadians reach for their potential.
  • Recreation and parks are essential to QUALITY OF LIFE.
  • Recreation reduces self-destructive and ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR.
  • Recreation and parks build STRONG FAMILIES and HEALTHY COMMUNITIES.
  • PAY NOW or PAY LATER! Recreation reduces health care, social services and police/justice costs!
  • Recreation and Parks are significant ECONOMIC GENERATORS in your community!
  • Parks, open space and natural areas are ESSENTIAL TO ECOLOGICAL SURVIVAL.

View the Broadway - King Street Recreation Corridor Video
Facility Bookings
Sports Bank

Parade Application Permit

Related Links:
Parkland Valley Sport Culture & Recreation District
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
Canadian Parks and Recreation Association
Canadian Boating License

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