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SOUTH SHORE REC CENTRE

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The South Shore Rec Centre (South Shore School Gym) is a shared facility betweeen the Town of Regina Beach, the Village of Buena Vista and Pairie Valley School Division. The multi-purpose facility equipped with a spacious gym is ideal for many of Parks & Recreation's programs & activities, and is the main facility used by South Shore Parks & Recreation.

This facility is used for most of the community's recreational programs, as well as team practices.

Contact the Rec Coordinator for more information or for inquiry about rentals at 

For more information on renting the space please click here.

Parks  Recreation Facilities Community use and rental services are on hold until further notice.

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LIONS PARK

Lions Park offers lots of open space, playstructures, as well as picnic tables with bbqs in the summer. Also included in Lions Park is our Ball Diamond.

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OUTDOOR RINK

Stay active during the winter months by visiting our outdoor rink!
Located on MacMurchy Avenue

Regina Beach Outdoor Rink is the hub of activity in the winter months.  Whether you are looking to play shinny hockey, enjoy recreational skating or want to learn to skate, Regina Beach Outdoor Rink offers drop-in activities and registered programs for all ages.

Grab your skates, hit the ice and spend some time with your family and friends at Regina Beach Outdoor Rink!

Sunday – Thursday 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 9:00 am – 11:00 pm

This facility will be closed for use by 11:00pm every night, No Exceptions!

Noise Bylaw No. 14/84
Penalties
Any person who contravenes any provision of this Bylaw is guilty of an offense and is liable on summary conviction to a minimum fine of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars and a maximum fine not in excess of Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars.

RCMP will be contacted in situations such as late night noise from music, loud vehicles, etc.

The following rules & restrictions are in place for the 2020/2021 winter season, and must be followed in order to ensure we can continue to stay open.
Thank you for your cooperation.

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This facility was made possible thanks to the help of many volunteers within the community.
Please take pride in & respect the space!!

If you have any concerns or see a problem, please call the town office at 306-729-2202 or the Recreation Coordinator at 306-591-3369 or email

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LORNE MACK BALL DIAMOND
The Lorne Mack Ball Diamond is home to the Regina Beach Rebels (ladies Team) and the Regina Beach Pikers (men's team).

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PRELIMINARY SKATE PARK DESIGN CONCEPT
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The preliminary concept proposes a "plaza style" skatepark ith a variety of classic features, including leges, rails, stairs, quarter pipes, table tops, hips, and a uniue half-circle euro-gap that is suited for a variety of different uses (skaters, bmxers, scooters, etc.). The elevated platform in the northern portion is intended to serve as a gathering place in the skatepark, providing benches for spectators and a place for skatepark users to leave belongings. Although we simply consider this a starting point, the proposed design has something for everyone depending on their style or sport, and a concept building from this would provide years of fun for all skill levels.
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South Gateway Concept Plan
The first step was to envision how the skate park could fit in best with the existing surroundings at Lions Park, and in the context of other potential improvements at this natural gateway to Regina Beach. In addition to the skate park, the COncept Plan for the south gateway includes:
  • New entryway features that welcomes people to town;
  • A designated dog park and bike skills course south of 5th Avenue;
  • An enhanced streetscape along Centre Street; and
  • Improved connections throughout both major park spaces.