Nipawin Saskatchewan
Parks & Playgrounds
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The parks and green areas of Nipawin accumulate to 12% of the total area of Nipawin.  There are a total of 9 parks with many recreational activities available.
PLAYGROUNDS & CREATIVE PLAY
— East Pleasantview Park
— Royal Purple Park
— Montgomery Park
— Gordon Subdivision Park
— Kiteley Park
— Central Park Elementary School
— Elks Millennium Youth Park
— Nipawin Regional Park
TOBOGON HILLS
— Royal Purple Park
— Nipawin Regional Park
OUTDOOR SKATING RINKS
— East Pleasantview Park
— Royal Purple Park
— Kinsmen Pinedale Park
CENTRAL PARK
An approximately 19-Hectar area of land, this is the main and most functionally used park.  Central Park is the site annual exhibition with a racetrack and a grand stand area.  The two indoor arenas and outdoor swimming pool provide a chance to participate in sports or take a swim on a hot summer day.  There is also Legion horseshoe pits and the Central Park Elementary school play equipment.  For the exercise enthusiast, the park contains a 1-km walking/bike loop trail.
EAST PLEASANTVIEW PARK
The park is located on the corner of 9th Avenue west and Centre Street.  It is .62-Hectres of lush open space with a creative playground and an outdoor ice rink.  The East Pleasantview Service Club conveniently located at the park operates the ice rink.
ELKS MILLENIUM YOUTH PARK
This park is part of the new Coventry Crescent subdivision.  It is north of the Elks Park and contains a creative play structure.
GORDON SUBDIVISION PARK
Located in the Gordon Subdivision of Nipawin, it is situated on Queen’s Dive and Princess Street.  The park is .57-Hectares of open space with a traditional play structure situation in it.
KINSMEN PINEDALE PARK
The .8-Hectare Park is located on 4th Street North and Pine Avenue.  It houses the Kinsmen Service Club who operates the Pinedale Ice Rink situated on the park.
KITELEY PARK
The park has a .25-Hectare area and is situated on the corner of 1st Street West and Maple Road West.  There are both creative and traditional play structures available in this open space.
MONTGOMERY PARK
Gaining its namesake from its location on Montgomery Drive, this 0.33-Hectare park is a passive park area with a creative play structure.
NIPAWIN REGIONAL PARK
The Regional Park is located on the Eastern Outskirts of town and boasts miles of hiking trails with a swinging bridge, a huge playground, camping, fishing and a petting zoo.
ROYAL PURPLE PARK
The park is located off of Watson Crescent.
SKATEBOARD PARK
The Park is set in the Centennial Arena Parking Lot.  Equipment is available during the set up from May until October.
 
Play Area
Sledding
Wagner School Playground
Outdoor Hockey Rinks
Central Park playground
Elks Park Playground
baseball Diamonds
 
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