There are three tennis courts in Centennial Park which are available for public use, free of charge, from April through October, weather permitting.
Parks and Greenspaces
Centennial Park is a 90 acre park in the centre of the City. The Access Communications Centre is located in the park which also features large open space, a track, splash pad, ball diamonds, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, a skateboard park, disc golf, and lawn bowling.
One of the best in Saskatchewan, Beaver Lions Baseball Stadium has seating for 1000 spectators and is a full senior baseball diamond complete with lights, grass infield, electronic scoreboard, concession and an irrigated outfield. It is the home of the North Battleford Beavers Intermediate, Junior, and Midget baseball teams. In the fall, the Stadium is converted to a full sized football field that is used by the North Battleford Comprehensive High School Vikings as well as the local touch football teams.
These four diamonds are on the north side of the Access Communications Centre. One diamond is full sized, while the others vary from bantam to pee-wee size. The diamonds all have shale infields, covered dugouts, irrigated outfields and are completely fenced. Washrooms are available adjacent to the diamonds.
There are two slo-pitch diamonds located off Pearson Avenue at the east end of Centennial Park.
Centennial Park has a 400-metre track as well as jump pits, a pole vault area, high jump area, and a throwing cage. There is an electric hookup adjacent to the track on the side of a hill - serving as an excellent viewing location for spectators. Washroom and concession facilities are available.
The Skateboard Park is located next to the Access Communications Centre.
Centennial Park has 3 full-size irrigated soccer pitches which offer an excellent playing surface. The pitches are utilized by the local minor soccer association as well as an adult soccer league.
This playground is located just north of Beaver Lions Stadium. It features a complete set of play apparatuses and a splash pad shelter. On behalf of the City, the Battlefords Boys & Girls Club operates a playground program which is free of charge to all users. The natural play space provides play and adventure space for kids to grow and discover.
The mobility swing makes sure those who use mobility devices have access to a swing set. If you would like to use the mobility swing, please contact Battlefords Early Childhood Intervention Program by calling them at 306-446-4545.
Outdoor Fitness Facility
The Outdoor Fitness Facility is located next to the Scott Drive parking lot. The facility includes stations for a lower body workout, chin-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, push-ups, a core workout, a tai chi wheel, and more. The facility accommodates all fitness levels. Instructions for use are posted on the equipment.
Located at 1841-106th Street, this facility serves as a clubhouse for the horseshoe and lawn bowling clubs from May to September. During winter, the facility is available for small group meetings and workshops. It can accommodate approximately 20–25 people.
The City has developed a system of waking trails throughout Centennial Park. The paths are covered with crusher dust and suitable for walking, jogging or cycling. In the winter, the City maintains approximately 1.8 kilometres of trails for cross-country and skate skiing.
Discover our amazing parks throughout the city.
Located at the western leg of Borden Crescent, Borden Park is a small park with green space that has some playground equipment.
Central Park surrounds the North Battleford Library and features mature elm and ash trees, making it a favourite summer spot to relax.
Located on the northeast side of North Battleford, the park has some playground equipment and enough space for children to run and play.
Located between Gardiner Drive and Clark Drive
The park has plenty of open space and some playground equipment.
This park has a full sized soccer pitch, playground, and outdoor rink in the winter.
H.D. McPhail Park is where the City of North Battleford Cenotaph is located. The park is named after H. (Howdy) D. McPhail, a WWII bomber pilot. The park is also home to the City’s Geodetic Survey of Canada pin.
This open space park is connected to the grounds of Holy Family School and does feature some playground equipment. Minor soccer teams utilize the park and, in the winter, the City maintains a short cross country ski track.
Located along Killdeer Drive in the northwest area of the City, this park has a playground, ample green space, and a small outdoor rink during the winter.
Kinsmen Park has ball diamonds, a playground and lots of open green space. The playground has an accessibile play structure for persons experiencing disability, swings, and a splash pad. This splash pad is part of the Battlefords Boys & Girls Club's summer play program during July and August and is free to all users.
Peace Park has enough open space to throw a ball around or just relax on the grass. The park has a memorial with a sundial that was dedicated to WWII Veterans who made their homes in the region.
Riverview Park offers a scenic view of the Battlefords River Valley. There is plenty of open space and some playground equipment.
13th Avenue and 104th Street, located behind the Boys and Girls Club of the Battlefords.
This park features a playground and a splash pad. This splash pad is part of the Battlefords Boys & Girls Club's summer play program during July and August and is free to all users.