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Park Locations & Amenities

COVID-19 Response: Parks, Playgrounds and Dog Parks

Effective March 25, City-owned playground structures will close until further notice. This action was necessary because the shared surfaces people touch - especially playground equipment - should not be used right now for the health and safety of you and your family.

As we recognize the importance of getting fresh air and exercise each day, spaces including trails, dog parks and public squares remain open. Visitors must maintain a safe, two-metre (six feet) distance away from others using outdoor spaces. Consider outings by yourself or with just one other person at the appropriate distance. Sports fields should not be used for organized sports or play, and do not play any games, sports and activities, like soccer and shinny hockey, that put you in close contact with others. Visit for the latest information.

Saskatoon Park

Saskatoon has over 200 parks located throughout the city for residents and visitors to enjoy.  Find one near you!  Use the Parks Google MyMaps to search for a park by name or location and find out what amenities each park has to offer. 

How to use Parks Google MyMaps:

  • To zoom in on specific areas of the city, use Control + or mouse scroll (or pinch to zoom on a mobile device). 
  • To search for a park by name, click on the magnify icon located on the tool bar in the top left corner of the screen . 
  • For park details and amenities, click on the park area (red outline).  

Search for a Park in Saskatoon 

Parks with Washrooms

Below is a list of parks with washrooms:

  1. Diefenbaker Park (seasonal)
  2. Gabriel Dumont Park (year round)
  3. Kilburn Park (seasonal)
  4. Kinsmen Park (seasonal)
  5. Kiwanis Memorial Park (year round)
  6. Meewasin Park (year round)
  7. Nutana Kiwanis Park (seasonal)
  8. River Landing Pavilion (year round)
  9. Rotary Park (seasonal)
  10. Umea Vast Park (seasonal)
  11. Victoria Park (year round 8am-6pm)
  12. William A. Reid Park (seasonal)