Jaycee Beach Diamonds - Four regulation size softball/baseball diamonds each with a shale infield are located between Jaycee Beach Park and Gladstone Avenue North. The diamonds play host to the mosquito program of Yorkton Minor Baseball and a number of softball teams of the Yorkton Softball Association. It is complete with concession/washroom facilities.
Jubilee Park - The city's main baseball park located on Foster Street is home to the Yorkton Cardinals of the Western Major Baseball League, along with the Yorkton Junior Cardinals and Yorkton Minor Baseball's pee wee, bantam and midget teams. The park has a number of amenities including a concession, sound booth and washroom facilities. Yorkton Minor Baseball has also constructed a batting cage. Jubilee Ball Park is home to 4 diamonds including 2 senior (one with grass infield), 1 bantam and 1 pee wee diamond.
Lions Ball Park - Located west of the Kinsmen Arena on Prystai Way, this is a competition level softball/fastball diamond with shale infield and lights.
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Crossthwaite Field - four pitches suitable for soccer, lacrosse and football can also be played at this park on Mountview Road.
Drake Field - soccer pitch located within Ukrainian Pioneer Park between 1st and 3rd Avenue North.
Gladstone Avenue South - a number of soccer fields are located on Gladstone Avenue South.
Heritage Heights Park - one soccer pitch is located within Heritage Heights Park on McBurney Drive.
Waterloo Field - one soccer pitch encompasses the majority of Waterloo Park, located on Waterloo Drive.
WDM Courts - four competition level tennis courts are open to use at no cost to participants. The facility is located east of the Western Development Museum.
Heritage Heights Park - two competition level courts operate under a key co-op system where users must sign out a key and can keep that key for the season. Upon return of the key, the user will be reimbursed the $25.00 key deposit fee. The intention of this operation is to allow the tennis facility to operate solely as a tennis facility. We are asking that the users ensure the facilities' security by being locked at all times and the holders of the key. Keys can be signed out. For more information contact Community Development, Parks & Recreation at 786-1780.
Knights of Columbus Park - two courts are located at this tennis facility. The courts are lit until 10:00 p.m. The facility is an open facility with the intended use to be tennis. The courts are not operated under a key system so after each use, ensure the facility is closed up. Please help us in keeping our facilities safe and report any maintenance issues that you may come across.