About Kelvington

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The Town of Kelvington, picturesquely located in the East Central region of Saskatchewan.

The scenic surroundings provide an abundance of recreational activities in the region all year round.

Hunters frequent the area in pursuit of game such as deer, elk, moose, bear, ducks, geese and partridge, while fishermen come to the district seeking northern pike, walleye, and rainbow trout.

In the warmer months the manicured 9-hole grass golf course and community swimming pool are perfect places to while away a few leisurely hours outdoors. Well-equipped campgrounds allow campers to enjoy getting back to nature while playgrounds make entertaining children easier.

Kelvington is known as Canada’s ‘hockey factory’ as it is the birthplace of six well-known NHL players, who are commemorated on large hockey cards near the south entrance of town. Hockey players are well catered for, with a rink that has excellent rink times and low fees.

Several towns and cities are accessible from Kelvington, including Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert (all about 2 ½ to 3 hours away) and Yorkton (1 ½ hours).

We are constantly revising, adapting and creating new approaches and initiatives in order to maintain our overall goal – to maintain the existing and also to generate new economic and tourism development.

Our office is always open to questions and ideas for the future. Please feel free to contact us at any time.

Kelvington’s Neighboring Rural Municipalities:

RM of Kelvington 


RM of Sasman 


Kelvington’s Neighboring First Nations Community:

Yellow Quill First Nation


Places of Interest

  • Round Lake
  • Marean Lake is located 40 kilometers north of Kelvington.
  • Fishing Lake Regional Park is located just 35 kilometers south of Kelvington.
  • Greenwater Lake Provincial Park is located 40 kilometers north of Kelvington.
  • Big Quill Lake
  • Little Quill Lake
  • Ponass Lake
  • Nut Lake
  • Little Nut Lake
  • Fishing Lake