The Town of Carlyle is home to Lions Park, which is located on the south side of the community.
The park has seen many improvements over the years and is a well-maintained multi faceted facility that provides outdoor activities to the community.
On May 16 volunteers did a thorough clean-up, repainted structures where needed and a general sprucing up throughout the facility to get ready for this season.
The park has six ball diamonds, a batting cage, soccer fields, 14 campsites, and bathroom facilities (wheelchair accessible), the Crescent Point Leisure Complex with a swimming pool and hot tub, a children’s play park and a walking path.
Dogs are welcome and each owner must clean up as needed if using the park to walk their dog(s).
There is a pavilion that is a multi use structure with a roof, that can house a band, hold weddings and can be utilized for a beer garden during scheduled events.
The walking path was the idea of the Carlyle Homespun Committee, who provided the funds to build it and is now maintained by the Carlyle & District Lions Club,it was lengthened last year to one kilometre. The Homespun Committee added 10 new decorative iron benches along the path for everyone’s enjoyment using the park.
Camping is $32.00/night and includes water, electricity and firewood. Anyone wanting to book facilities at the park can call 306-577-6600 and those wanting more information of the services available can call or visit the Carlyle and District Lions Club Facebook page.