Waskesiu Recreation Association 


The Waskesiu Recreation Association (“WRA”) is a small (but mighty) Saskatchewan non-profit organization focused on providing quality recreation and event opportunities for visitors to, and
residents of, Waskesiu.

For more information please drop by to visit us at 1500 Montreal Drive, Waskesiu (next to the tennis courts), or contact us at 306-663-0601 or wramanager21@gmail.com. We would love to meet you and have you join us. 

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Little Al's Mini Golf

Tour Waskesiu Mini Style! 

Come and enjoy Little Al's Mini Golf - a fantastic nature-themed mini golf course that reflects the unique character of Waskesiu and Prince Albert National Park. Play the first hole with a Lobstick tree in the middle! Then navigate your ball around a family of loons, under a tipi, past a pelican, below a bear, through a canoe, and into a beaver lodge! See photos in our gallery.


Little Al’s Mini Golf is located in the heart of the Waskesiu townsite at 1500 Montreal Drive, next to the tennis courts, and is open daily in the summer months – from 9 am to dusk.


Contact us at wramanager21@gmail.com or at 306-663-0601 for more information.

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What's in a name?

Alan Vincent Hadley Logue (“Alan” or “Little Al”) was a natural athlete. He loved sports of every kind, including golf. Little Al was well known for his love of people – sharing a laugh and bringing light to all those around him. He could often be seen puttering around Waskesiu in his van - also nicknamed ‘Little Al’ - seeking out fun and new adventures around every corner.


Alan’s journey of 22 years took an unexpected turn when he was diagnosed, in May of 2011, with Leukemia. His courage and optimism never left him as he faced treatment and hospitalization, though his time in this life came to an end on February 10, 2012. 


In honour of Alan’s incredible spirit, his love of all physical activity, and his passion for people, the Waskesiu Recreation Association was proud to name our mini golf course  “Little AL’s Mini Golf” when it opened in July of 2018. 


Many thanks to the Waskesiu Foundation, the Logue family, and the incredible supporters of the “Alan Vincent Hadley Logue Memorial Golf Tournament” for their generosity and dedication to the Waskesiu community.

WRA Summer Events

Family fun for everyone!

Please note that some of the remaining 2021 events are tentative pending Parks Canada approval and are subject to all Saskatchewan Health Authority guidelines regarding COVID-19


2021 Event Schedule

FAMILY DAY FUN February 13-24th 2021 
Winter is here and Prince Albert National Park invites visitors to come and enjoy a range of experiences under crisp, sunny skies, on frozen lakes, and through vast, snow-capped forests. Whether you’re looking for adventure, fun activities for the whole family, a chance to explore nature, or a winter getaway in a tranquil setting, Prince Albert National Park offers something for everyone! 
Visitors can plan their winter getaway to the park today and enjoy a range of unique winter experiences.

Little AL's Mini Golf –  Welcoming School trips in May and June

We are offering school trips to play mini golf in May and June at reduced rates. For more information please email us


Canada Day – July 1 

Celebrate Canada's 154th birthday in Waskesiu! From noon to 4 p.m. there will be music throughout the core of the Waskesiu townsite at 5 different locations. The Waskesiu Recreation Association staff and volunteers will hand out Canada Day cupcakes, and some flying discs for the kids! Join in a “Salute to Canada” at 1 p.m. and make some noise! A “Canada Day Boat Parade” is also planned for the main beach at 1 p.m. Be sure to check it out. It will be a great day – and loads of fun for the whole family! For more information, please email us!

Waskesiu Children’s Festival – Cancelled for 2021 

Connect with nature, history, and friends throughout a wonderful day of activities. The Waskesiu Children’s Festival is fun for the whole family. Face painting, crafts, balloon art, puppet shows, a music tent, fire truck tours, and Indigenous games are just part of the excitement. Be sure to join us for this wonderful, family-friendly Waskesiu tradition!


Beach Bums Ball – Cancelled for 2021

Dance the night away at Terrace Gardens to the music of the 60's, 70's and 80’s!  This is an adult (19+) event, and ID is required. For more information call
306-663-0601, or email us


Frank Dunn Triathlon – August 15 

 The Frank Dunn Triathlon is one of the most anticipated triathlons in Saskatchewan. It is also the oldest triathlon in Western Canada, having started back in 1982! Come out to swim, bike, and run in, and around, the Waskesiu townsite. For more information see www.frankdunntriathlon.ca.

Waskesiu Art Fest – August 20-22
(Note – this event is tentative – email us for more information.)

Local artists bring their work to Waskesiu for display and sale at Terrace Gardens. Kick off the weekend with our Friday night “Wine & Cheese” event.  For more information email us

Waskesiu Lakeside Music Festival – August 27- 29 
(Note – this event is cancelled for 2021).

SAVE THE DATE for the return of the Festival on the last weekend of August 2022. 

Grab your dancing shoes, or just kick back and enjoy the wonderful musical performances at the 6th Waskesiu Lakeside Music Festival. The weekend is jam-packed with a variety of free family activities, including live on-stage musical entertainment, a children's play area, and displays highlighting Prince Albert National Park. You can also enjoy a variety of great food vendors and our Lakeside Festival beer gardens. Mark your calendars now - this is an event you don’t want to miss!  For more information, please visit our FaceBook or email

Reel Rave - September 10, 11 and 12
International Film Festival at Twin Pine Cinemas, featuring 6 award winning films plus Saturday night social at the Hawood Inn. For more information please contact: https://www.facebook.com/ReelRaveInternationalFilmFestival


Waskesiu Open Tennis Tournament - September 10, 11 and 12

This is a tennis Saskatchewan- sanctioned event featuring men's and women's singles, doublesl and mixed doubles competitions. For more information, please visit Tennis Sask. Tournaments.

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Waskesiu Recreation Area Renewal Project

Our Multi-Year Waskesiu Recreation Area Renewal Project 

Enjoying an array of outstanding recreation facilities is one of the cornerstones of the Waskesiu experience. The Waskesiu Recreation Association has been working collaboratively with the Waskesiu Foundation, its donors, Parks Canada Agency, and our other community partners, to revitalize Waskesiu’s recreation facilities. 

What’s already been done?

*New multi-use sport court for basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, soccer, futsal and dodgeball (Completed in 2020)

*​New shuffleboard court (with specially engineered shuffleboard tiles and pucks) and benches ​(Completed in 2020)

*New picnic shelter / pavilion - generously sponsored by the Reel Rave International Film Festival (Completed in 2020)

*New tree carving and the rejuvenation of three (3) existing tree carvings (Completed in 2020)

*Updated landscaping and “FireSmart” tree management (Completed in 2020)

*New and refurbished pathways (Completed in 2020)

*Gordie Howe Memorial Fitness Park (Opened in 2018, tile flooring completed in 2019)

*Little Al’s Mini Golf – a fantastic, fun, and challenging 18-hole mini golf course that reflects the unique character of Waskesiu and Prince Albert National Park. (Completed in 2018)

*WRA Donor & Information Kiosk (Completed in 2018)

*Refurbished horseshoe pits located in the Waskesiu Day Use Area (Completed in 2018)

*Six tennis courts resurfaced, and two courts converted to multi-use as tennis and pickle ball courts (Completed in 2016)

Our Multi-Year Waskesiu Recreation Area Renewal Project Continues


Recreation Area Renewal Project Work to be completed in 2021:

*New outdoor ping pong table

*New outdoor foosball table 

*New children’s “ninja” park

*Lawn bowling area refurbishment - five new lawn bowling rinks will be constructed, hopefully alongside a new beach volleyball area.

*New memorial benches will be installed throughout the recreation area site

*A new ‘giant’ chess & checkers playing area will be added.

Mid to longer-term Waskesiu Recreation Area Renewal Objectives:

*Refurbishing the existing recreation building 

*Repairing and upgrading the Paul Horne Arena for year-round use 


Why renew Waskesiu's recreation facilities?

*Improves the recreational offering for the benefit of visitors and residents

*Reinforces Waskesiu as Saskatchewan's premier family vacation destination

*Provides an economic benefit to business operators within the Waskesiu townsite

*Supports Parks Canada’s mandate to increase visitation and revenue


How can you support the Waskesiu Recreation Area Renewal Project?

*Make your tax deductible donation to the Waskesiu Foundation here and be sure to specify “Waskesiu Recreation Renewal”

*Charitable receipts will be issued for donations of $25 or more


Want more information?

Please contact us at wramanager21@gmail.com and we will be happy to discuss any of our projects with you! 

Waskesiu Recreation Association 


Volunteer Board of Directors


Our Directors are all volunteers – each with strong ties to the community of Waskesiu and dedicated to its success. Our Board is focused on enhancing the Waskesiu experience for visitors to, and residents of, Prince Albert National Park.  


 June 2021, WRA Directors:

Gary Bender – President 

Simone Kerby - Treasurer

Linda Archer

Jim Kerby

Jennifer Barber Brayford

Deb Young

Alison Montgomery

Linden Hergott


Get in touch with us!

Waskesiu Recreation Association Inc.
1500 Montreal Drive, 

Waskesiu Lake, SK


We always need volunteers to help us – so please consider joining one of our Committees, volunteering to help out at one of our many events or – better yet – join our Board of Directors! 


If you would like to buy a season pass they are a great deal – and they help the WRA continue to improve recreation opportunities and facilities in Waskesiu.

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