Located in Centennial Park the Langenburg Swimming Pool offers a range of lessons including: AquaTots, AquaQuest, and AquaAdults. They also offer Lifesaving society classes Langenburg Swimming Pool is open June to August. The 3ft-10ft outdoor heated pool with a diving board and a paddling pool highlights fun in the summer sun. The pool recommends coming out for public swimming, pool parties, aquasizes, and rubber duckie days to create an exciting way to cool off.
Address: 602 1st Street North, Langenburg, SK
Phone: (306) 743-5118
Langenburg offers 4 parks, the largest at Centennial Park which includes a pool, picnic tables, and a creative playground area. The elementary and high school offer park areas, each including a playground area. The last park is on River Heights Drive, it offers basic playground equipment, a small hill for tobogganing, and borders along the community creek
A beautifully renovated home, the Homestead museum is the place to delve deeper into the Langenburg past. For interests or inquiries please call, Kay Klopstock @ 743-2625 or the Town office @ 743-2432.
A splendid stop along the beaten path. Enjoy the play and picnic area, complete with washrooms. Make sure to take a picture beside Goliath, the world’s largest swing!
Each of the four pillar tile mosaics reflect an aspect of Langenburg’s history, agriculture, business, and culture. The pillars are located on the North side of the highway, framing the existing parking lot and rest stop area.
The valleys and lakes join to create many wonderful adventures at Asessippi. This beautiful provincial park offers excellent walleye fishing, water skiing, and boating. Asessippi offers beach, picnic areas, and hiking trails. The park also includes electric, non-electric camping sites, along with showers. For more information click here.
Phone: (204) 564-2000
Fax: (204) 564-2179
Mail: Box 70, Inglis, MB R0J 0X0
Located 15 minutes from Langenburg on Highway 8, the park features a nine-hole grass-green golf course. It offers a full menu clubhouse, washrooms, shower facilities, and a fully-licensed lounge. The park has 38 electrical campsites and 20 non-electrical sites. There are two man-made lakes, stocked with pickerel for catch-and-release fishing.
The arena is a modern artificial ice facility. It accommodates hockey games, tournaments, canskate and public skating.
Contact: Chris Newans, Recreation Director
Address: 102 Carl Ave W
Mail: Box 159
Phone: (306) 743-5176
Approximately a 30 minutes’ drive from Langenburg is the largest ski area on the prairies. Featuring 25 ski runs, 3 chair lifts, 4 tube runs, carpet rides, ski lessons, Chalet and much more! They are open from Mid-December to the beginning of April.
Phone: (204) 564-2000