On any given night in the spring and summer months you can enjoy our walking trails, play at any of our local playgrounds, and cool off in our splash park. In the winter you can walk, ski, or snowshoe through our trails, slide down the tobogganing hills, join in on a game of pond hockey or go ice fishing. No matter what the season there are plenty of opportunities for play and recreation in Martensville!

Andrea Kaminskas Park

Location: Corner of 1st Street South and 1st Avenue South
Features: Playground structure and park benches. 

Chrome Dome Park

Location: Adjacent to the Sports Centre at 555 Main Street.
Features: Baseball diamonds, multi-purpose field for football or soccer, soccer pitches, walking trail.

Dallas Martens Park

Location: Corner of Rock Hill Lane and Salmon Way.
Features: Playground structure, park benches and picnic tables.

Hounsome Park 

Location: 600 Block of 4th Street South
Features: Playground structure and park benches. 

Kinsmen Park

Location: Just off of 3rd Street North.
Features: With over 100 acres of green space Kinsmen Park is one of our most beautiful parks and a feature in our community.  The park features over two kilometers of paved and lit walking paths that are linked to over seven kilometers of walking paths. These paths run adjacent to the three separate ponds that are used all year long for fishing or skating.  There is also a pedestrian bridge over the canal waterway.
Other features include a 9 hole disc golf course, 2 outdoor fitness equipment pods, park benches, a picnic shelter, a toboggan hill, three tennis/pickle courts and a full-sized basketball court. 

Kinsmen Park is also home to the Slo-Pitch Diamond complex that features four diamonds with concession and pavilion facilities. A gazebo provides a backdrop for pictures or for small community or personal events.

Learn more about Kinsmen Park

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Lions Park/Spray Park 

Location: 416 6th Avenue South.
Features: Spray pool with 17 spray features, playground structure and park benches as well as a gazebo and toboggan hill. The Spray Park opens the first weekend in June and runs until the Tuesday after the September long weekend.  Hours of operation are 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  Meeting rooms can also be rented at the Lion's Heritage Centre.

Munday Park

Location: Corner of Stone Terrace and Enns Crescent. 
Features: Play structure and park benches.

North Hills Park

Location: Baycroft Drive
Features: Playground structure, park benches, a toboggan hill. A lighted asphalt pathway winds through the park.

Unrau Park

Location: 200 block of 4th Avenue North.
Features: Newer play structures, swings and a spiral slide. A great playground for young children. 

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