The Town of Indian Head

The Town of Indian Head provides a variety of facilities, park spaces and open spaces for the benefit and pleasure of residents and visitors.

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A.J.M. Davies Arena

The A.J.M. Davies Arena is located at 810 Woodward Avenue, at the corner of Howard Street and Woodward.

At 190 feet by 85 feet, the ice surface at A.J.M. Davies Arena is one of the largest in Saskatchewan. The total seating capacity is 650, including an upstairs indoor area that seats up to 150 people. Behind the glass at the north end there is roughly enough room for 60 people to stand and watch games.

Dressing Rooms
The Arena has six dressing rooms with access to showering facilities, allowing it to host larger hockey tournaments. The home dressing room measures 36' x 12.5'. The visitor dressing room measures 29' x 12.5'. The four remaining dressing rooms measure 17.5' x 10'.

Concession Booth
The fully functional concession booth in the Arena is open for all games and tournaments.

Arena Bookings
To make dryland bookings, from April 1st to September 30, and ice rentals, from October 1 to April 1, contact the Community Development Office at (306) 695-2742.

You can also visit openice.ca for more detailed information about public skate times, tournament schedules, events and services at the Arena.

Indian Head Town Hall

The Indian Head Memorial Hall is owned and operated by the Town of Indian Head. Bookings can be made at the Town Office (695-3344), or by completing the application form, which can be downloaded at the link below.

The main hall is 85 feet by 55 feet, and seats approximately 350 people. It features hardwood floors, an amplification system, a full kitchen, stage area, wet bar, coat area and piano. The lower hall seats approximately 200 persons.

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Indian Head Outdoor Swimming Pool

The pool features a 25 meter, five-lane competition sized pool, with the water depth ranging from three feet to a 10-foot diving area. We facilitate swimming lessons for all ages, plus public swim times, aquacize, lane swims, and special event bookings. The Pool is open during the summer months weather dependent,  June 1  to August 27 regular hours.

Swimming Lessons & Programming

The Pool is offering a full schedule of aquatic programs this summer, instructor dependant.  Passes and ten ticket books are on sale at the swimming pool starting May 30th, 2016.  Swim lessons are weekday mornings starting in June 27th. More information is available in the pool guide below or by calling the Indian Head Swimming Pool at 695-3627.

2017 Swimming Pool Guide

Lesson registration must be done at the Swimming Pool during regular hours. There is no longer a registration night, however there are deadlines to apply to each session.

Lesson registration forms can be found and completed at The Pool during public swim times. Forms can also be printed following the link below. Take your completed form to The Pool with payment (cash or cheque only) to register for the session of your choice. Our Staff will help you choose the best level for your swimmer, and do their best to meet your needs.

Swim Program Registration Form

Indian Head Spray Park

The newly built spray park features a series of ground sprays including a spray tunnel, three single sprays in the toddler area, and an interactive ground spray that allows kids to cover four small ground sprays with their feet to make a geyser spray taller and taller! The park also features three large flower components; two water O’s; and two water cannons.  Kids of all ages will love the park! Surrounded by beautiful greenspace, it is the perfect place to bring the family for a picnic and then beat the summer heat. 

Open May long weekend to the last weekend of September

Operates daily from 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Click here for the Spray Park Rules & Regulations

*Note: Start up and closing dates may differ depending on weather.

Community Forest

Staff at the Agroforestry Development Centre (formerly known as the PFRA Shelterbelt Farm) have planted approximately three acres of fruit trees developed at the Centre. There are over a dozen different varieties of native and hybrid fruit trees that have been developed for aesthetic and production purposes. The public can pick and sample the many varieties (in season). The Community Forest is also a great place to observe mature trees if you are looking to plant fruit trees for personal use.

Walking Trails (Approximately 2 Kms. In length, one way)

The Sunbeam Creek Fitness Trail follows the scenic Sunbeam Creek through the heart of Indian Head, from North Railway Street to the Agriculture Canada Research Farm. The aggregate pathway is ideal for walking, running or cycling.

Sunbeam Fitness Trail Map

Parks

Jimmy Robison Field (Fair Grounds)
Situated on the east side of Indian Head along Woodward Avenue, Jimmy Robison Field is host to many outdoor events including, baseball, softball, Slo-Pitch and much more.

Veterans Memorial Park
Located at Otterloo and Houghton Street, this scenic, well treed park commemorates Indian Head residents who served their country. The park is ideal for family outings and picnics.

Dixon Park
This is an active park located at Victoria Avenue and Grand Avenue, in the heart of Indian Head. Dickson Park has two recreational diamonds, and is home to Indian Head minor ball. The park also has an outdoor rink, two basketball courts, the Elks play park and the Indian Head Outdoor Pool. The planned Indian Head Spray Park will be located in the park.

Grad Park
This pocket park is an ideal place to sit and rest, or just watch the comings and goings downtown. It is located on the 500 block Grand Avenue, downtown.

Leo's Park
This seating area is located downtown, on the 600 block of Grand Avenue.

Sunbeam Park
This park is located west of Grand Avenue along the Sunbeam Trail, and features both treed and open green spaces, passive and active areas, and a picnic area.

Town Office Park
This park is also part of the Sunbeam Creek Trail. It features a Bandstand gazebo that is available for public use, and a picnic area with tables.

Sleepy Hollow Park
This is a neighbourhood park, at the corner of Eberts & Waters street.

Tourist Booth Picnic Area
Located close to the Trans-Canada Highway, this picnic area features the town's Communities in Bloom display, our namesake Indian Head statue, and washrooms.

Indian Head Elementary School
The athletic area beside the school has a rough turf area and play ground equipment. There is also a full court basketball court.

Indian Head High School
The football field beside the school is home field for the Broncs football team. The grounds also include soccer pitches.

Indian Head Golf Course
Located on the north side of Town, the nine-hole course has grass greens, irrigated fairways and a driving range. There is also a clubhouse with light snacks and beverages available.

Cross Country Skiing

The Indian Head Cross Country Ski Group uses local trails in Sunbeam Park, the AAFC Research Farm and the Qu'Appelle Valley.