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For information about specific sports and recreation clubs and programs, their schedules and contact information, go to our Sports and Recreation Organizations page, check our Facebook page,  or contact our Recreation Director at 306-542-2044.

















​Disc Golf Course: The new 9 hole disc golf course was developed in June 2017 and includes many man made and natural hazards. It is just under 3000 feet in length and takes in great views of the Duck Mountains and our sports grounds. Users of the course can take on our signature hole number 7 which challenges them to navigate their way through a tunnel of trees 350 feet long.


Our disc golf course has 2 (two) mandatory posts on hole #2 & hole #8. On hole #2 you must throw to the left of the white 10 foot pole to avoid users of the pool. On hole #8 you must throw to the right of the white 10 foot pole to avoid potential disc golfers on hole #9. Out of bounds sections of the course include the baseball diamonds, pool and concessions area of the sports-grounds. The start of the course is indicated by a yellow marker at the swimming pool car park, all tees are marked with white & yellow posts, all holes are painted red on a white post.


Click here for a printable scorecard or pick one up from the Town Office.


A map of our disc golf is available on the scorecard or you can click here.


The Dr. Michael Bishop Walking Trail: Developed in 2016 the first phase of the Kamsack Walking Trail is located in the south east corner of the town. The first section begins at the junction of East Avenue & Nykolaishen Drive where it connects with the Trans Canada Trail. The trail continues south east until it turns north by the creek and the community garden, it then connects with the sports grounds at Stewart Street where users can use the existing trail that leads to the medical clinic, swimming pool and Eaglestone Lodge on Miles Street.


Swimming pool: Built in 2006, our outdoor pool offers the Red Cross Swim Programs and Lifesaving Society swimming lessons. Keep fit with an Aquasize class. Our instructors can individualize the workout so it is perfect for your needs. Make a big “splash” for someone special and book your birthday party at the pool. For information call our Recreation Director at 306-542-2044.

Skateboard park: Located behind the RCMP Detachment, Kamsack skateboarders enjoy the smooth concrete platform and wooden jumps. Come out and watch our youth perform amazing moves and jumps.

Golf course: This beautiful nine-hole golf course is located on the west edge of town and along the Assiniboine River. It features grass greens, an island green and lush green surroundings. Enjoy a daily lunch special in the fully licensed club house. Rental carts are available.

Hiking: Spend a day touring Canada’s longest recreational trail, The Trans Canada Trail. From Kamsack the trail wanders east into Duck Mountain Provincial Park or west to Canora. You will soon discover why we say, “There is nothing flat about the prairies at Kamsack!”.

Fishing: Kamsack is nestled along the Assiniboine River. Spend the day trying to catch your limit of pickerel and jack fish.

Museums: Visit the Kamsack Power House Museum, home to many great artifacts and memories of early Kamsack. Learn about the Cyclone that Destroyed much of Kamsack in 1944.
Located five minutes southwest of Kamsack in Veregin, discover the life and times of the Doukhobour settlers who immigrated to this area over 100 years ago.

Park and picnic area: A wonderful picnic area located right along the Assiniboine River (photo bottom right). Enjoy the covered eating area and fire pit. Dedicated to the Broda Family, come and read their story and spend the day relaxing at the park.

Provincial park: Located just 15 minutes away in beautiful Duck Mountain Provincial Park the park offers camping, fishing, beaches and more. No matter what you love to do -- golfing, horseback riding or enjoying a boat ride on the lake -- you’ll find it here. Come discover all The Duck has to offer.

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Our walking trail is 2.3 kilometers long and it connects with the Trans Canada Trail in the South East corner of Kamsack. For more information or maps please contact the Town Office at 542-2155.