COVID-19 Response: Outdoor Recreation
Parks, playgrounds, sports fields, trails, dog parks, tennis, pickleball and basketball courts, skate parks and public squares are open. To reduce your chances of being infected or spreading COVID-19, visitors must take some simple precautions and maintain a safe, two-metre physical distance away from others outside of their extended household group. Outdoor gatherings must not be with more than 30 people.
Play can resume on the City’s 150 free-of-charge sports fields. Parks Division is busy undertaking the necessary preparations so that City rentals can resume on July 1. This includes organized sports and activities taking place on multipurpose fields and ball diamonds.
Visit saskatoon.ca/covid-19 for the latest information.
Use the Parks Google MyMaps to search for a park by name or location and find out what amenities each park has to offer.
Park rules and regulations are in place to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all users. Please follow them each time you visit.
Learn more about booking park space and permits for park access, use of drones and seasonal commercial enterprise in parks.
The Parks Division is responsible for maintaining over 2,130 hectares of parks, sport fields, naturalized areas and other open spaces throughout the city. Learn more about Park Service Levels for maintaining these spaces throughout the year.
The City is committed to maintaining the vitality of its parks and natural areas. This involves planning and designing parks for new neighbourhoods, as well as refurbishing parks in established areas.
The Greenhouse is responsible for providing and maintaining floral displays for public viewing and/or landscape enhancement in the Civic Conservatory, City Hall and other civic facilities, as well as major public roadways, parks and public open spaces.
Centrally located at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Warman Road since 1905, it is easily accessible by car and public transport. The street address is 1502 2nd Ave N.