This 2.4 hectare (6 acre) park is located adjacent to Saskatoon French School on Wellington Street, and has a paddling pool, playgound, and lots of green space.
This 3.4 hectare (8.6 acre) park is located on Avenue M South and Schuyler Street. Majestic trees were planted in the 1920s when the site was home to the Saskatoon Sanitorium.
Located along Spadina Crescent West on two hectares (five acres) of riverfront. Along the west side of the South Saskatchewan River, the Meewasin Valley Authority (established in 1979) provides walking and biking trails.
St. John Community School
At 1205 Avenue N South, St. John School is a Greater Saskatoon Catholic School that opened in 1955.
Phone: (306) 659-7360 Email: St.John@gscs.ca
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Pre Kindergarten: Monday to Thursday with morning or afternoon options. Please contact the school for more info.
Parent and Tot Program: Wednesday 9:30am–11:30am (free two-hour program for families with children from birth to 6 years old.)
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Saskatoon French School
Located at 1441 Wellington Street, this French Immersion school replaced the former Saskatoon Public Schools’ Boughton School. The park around the school is still called Boughton Park, after the long-serving doctor who headed the Saskatoon Sanitarium.
Phone: (306) 659-7490 Email: Saskatoon.French@gscs.ca
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We have a large Community Association and great community support, with our meetings having the highest attendance in the City!
Our meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:59pm. They are held in the basement at Abbeyfield House (1320 ave k south) using the south door and heading downstairs.
Our Community Association strives to facilitate programs and events that are enjoyable and supportive to all members of our community.
Get involved by coming to a meeting, or contacting us.
Gordon Howe Campground
Camp in the heart of the city! Gordon Howe Campground is a mature campground with 135 serviced sites, located at 1640 Avenue P South. Make reservations beginning in April.
Whether you’ve been on the road a few hours or a few days, driving through the gates of Gordon Howe Campground in Saskatoon is like coming home.
- Clean and green – that’s what you’ll see. Well-lit streets lead the way to 135 serviced sites. A green canopy of trees, with shrubs, flower beds and planters splashing the grounds with colour.
- Motorhome, trailer, folding camper, fifth wheel, truck camper or big rig – we’re happy to accommodate every traveler.
- Each campsite has its own barbecue and picnic table, with landscaping designed to create a sense of privacy.
Holiday Park Golf Course
1630 Avenue U & 11th Street Phone: 306-975-3325
Carved out of the South Saskatchewan River Valley, Holiday Park Golf Course is a 27-hole facility that combines natural scenic beauty with great golf.
The championship par 71, 18-hole course is surrounded by tree-lined fairways and manicured greens that will test your skills and offer an advanced level of play. The Executive 9-hole course provides an intermediate level of play and is ideal for golfers wanting a quick round.
Holiday Park features a driving range, practice green, pro shop, coffee shop, licensed lounge and CPGA staff. Instruction is available and golf club, pull cart, and power cart rentals are also available.