Browse through our list of recreational activities to see the many things our town has to offer.
Kelvington boasts a large number of services to provide everything a person could want, without losing any of the small town hospitality people have come to expect.
Other recreational activities include: Trap Shooting, Parasailing, Dance School, Old Time Pattern Dance, Bowling and Fitness Centre.
Kelvington Swimming Pool
The Kelvington swimming pool is a five lane competition Olympic size pool. It offers Red Cross lessons, and has public swimming all summer.
Even if you are not a swimmer, it is certainly an enjoyable afternoon as kids and past-kids play with the bubbles!!
Saskatchewan offers some of the best snowmobiling in North America. Here you can access millions of acres of open land, or follow a well developed network of groomed and signed trails, connecting communities and provincial parks.
The annual snowmobile rally is the first weekend in February.
What’s more fun than sledding through the snow? Kelvington is home to the Trailblazers who maintain great groomed snow trails, signed and safe.
Hunting & Fishing
Kelvington is located along one of North America’s major waterfowl migration routes, with excellent hunting for ducks, geese, coots and common snipe. The large areas of farmland and parklands, provide excellent upland game bird hunting for sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse and spruce grouse.
Anglers can try their luck in numerous lakes within a forty mile radius.
The most widely distributed game fish include: Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch and Burbot. Rainbow Trout can also be found in one of the lakes.
Catches in the past few years have been good to excellent. The fish populations are monitored and stocked regularly.
Saskatchewan 4-H Council Contact Information
- Phone: 306-933-7727
- Fax: 306-933-7730
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Website: www.4-h.sk.ca
- Address: 3830 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7R 1A5
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Closed on Weekends and Holidays)
The Saskatchewan 4-H program has been building communities and providing opportunities for youth and adult leadership for over 90 years. The program has a focus on providing as much variety and choice to youth and adults as possible, creating an organization that is applicable to anyone, at any time of their life.
Give 4-H Saskatchewan a call and find a club near you! Or you can start your own club today! All you need is an adult leader and a group of at least 4 members between the ages of 6 – 25. Then you pick a project, and register your club with the 4-H Council. There are many opportunities to both members and volunteer leaders beyond the club level, such as confidence, camps, travel, leadership training, and scholarships! Don’t miss out, join today!