Lions Park ready for season

      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.

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      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.

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