Village Recreation

Glaslyn and District Recreation Association

Covers Skating Rink and Minor Ball Association

Box 147 Glaslyn
Saskatchewan S0M 0Y0
Phone:  Call Rec Board Association
Email: villageofglaslyn@sasktel.net.

  • Glaslyn Minor Ball Association
    Phone:  Call Rec Board Association
    Kinsmen Ball Park houses 3 diamonds with dirt infield and 1 all grass diamond. There is a concession building and washrooms. The diamonds are looked after by volunteers and funded by the Recreation Board through fundraising. Glaslyn Minor Ball is part of the Turtle River Baseball League and Girls Softball League. There are also T-Ball and Toss Ball teams for the young ones to get involved.

Glaslyn Minor Hockey

Glaslyn has an excellent volunteer base committed to making sure that all youth in the community has the opportunity to participate in a minor hockey program. The Recreation Board holds many fundraising events to raise money for rink maintenance and so that registration and skating fees are at a minimum.312 1st Avenue West Box 123 Glaslyn, Saskatchewan S0M0Y0

No contact number. Call Rec Board Association

Glaslyn Heritage Lanes

Built with community funds and hard work, the Heritage Lanes houses four bowling lanes, an exercise room, pool tables, and large seating area. Glaslyn Heritage Lanes has become a regular gathering place for morning coffee and card games.

131 Main Street, Box 135, Glaslyn, S0M0Y0
Phone: 306-342-2121

Glaslyn & District Museum Association

102 Railway Avenue West Box 427 Glaslyn Saskatchewan S0M 0Y0
Phone: 306-342-4657

Parkdale Multi 4-H Club

This club is being cancelled this year so it will be run out of the Edam 4-H Club. Information will follow.

Recreation and Parks in the Glaslyn Area

There are many activities in the surrounding area including camping, fishing, boating, and golfing at Little Loon Regional Park
Located 4 miles East of Glaslyn
Phone: 306-342-2176
Alternate Phone: 306-342-4456
Box 458, Glaslyn Saskatchewan S0M 0Y0

Turtle Lake is a 25 minute drive from Glaslyn to the Northwest

Meadow Lake Provincial Park is 1 hour to the North

Jackfish Provincial Park is 20 to the South. (Battlefords Provincial Park)

There are many ATV trails and an established snowmobile trail in the winter season. With the Provincial Forest boundary so close, there are many species of wildlife in the area whether you are interested in photography or sightseeing.