Park Description

Leslie Beach Regional Park is one of Saskatchewan's best kept secrets! At the entrance to Leslie Beach Regional Park is a replica of a Northern Pike, PIKEZILLA. The fish was caught in February 2009 weighing in at 39.9 pounds, a record for a southern Saskatchewan lake. 

The park welcomes families and friends to enjoy our great sand beaches and our clear clean lake. Swimming, boating, fishing, or just relaxing in the summer sun creates the perfect recipe for making holiday memories. Other activities we offer at the park include a maintained Boat Launch, a Mini Golf Course, a 1-on-1 Basketball Court, a 3-hole Chip'n'Putt Golf Course, Beach Volleyball Courts, a 

wonderful play structure and additional recreational programs and special events throughout the summer months. Right next to the playground is the gazebo and community hall. The gazebo and fully furnished hall are rented for many functions such as weddings, reunions, birthdays, barbecues, anniversaries, movie nights and more. 

To date, Leslie Beach Regional Park has 105 Seasonal Campsites, 51 Daily Sites, and a number of Picnic Sites. The Resort Village of Leslie Beach is adjacent to the park and it has 165 cottage homes.

Local Services

Down the road from the park, 1/2 km away is the Foam Lake Golf & Country Club. The nine hole grass greens course has a licensed clubhouse, pro shop, and rents power carts, pull carts, and clubs. For tee times and tournament information call 1-306-272-3801 

The town of Foam Lake is a 15 minute drive from Leslie Beach. The towns shopping district includes grocery, hardware and building supplies, restaurants, specialty shops, numerous trades and mechanical services. Also located in the town a boat and motor repair shop with an excellent fishing, camping, boating 

and hunting supplies and equipment store. A medical center, places of worship, and recreation facilities including a theater and an outdoor water park are all part of this community.

Park Area & History

Fishing Lake was a popular destination since the 1930's, drawing visitors primarily from the surrounding rural areas. In the mid 1940' and early 1950's interest in developing the lake grew. 

In 1952 the rural co-operative associations of the surrounding area established the Leslie Beach Recreational Co-operative Board. Many local volunteers worked hard in the development of Leslie Beach. In 1967 Fishing Lake Regional Park including Leslie Beach Regional Park was established. Since then the park has become a very popular summer and winter recreational destination for 

many families near and far. In 1997 and again in 2007 Leslie Beach experienced devastation with the major flooding of Fishing Lake. As was in the past, a new generation of dedicated hard working volunteers and staff worked hard to restore Leslie Beach to its present state of, 165 cottage homes, 155 campsites and a wide range of recreational ammenities.

Campsites

Leslie Beach has a total of 155 campsites, all with power and non-potable water. There are 101 seasonal sites that have either 30 amp or 50 amp power and sewer; and 3 seasonal and 46 daily sites that have 30 amp power. Campers Haven has 25 of these well-shaded daily sites. Across the way, the sunrises on 21 other sites located on Main Beach. These sites are designed for the camper who wants to be right at the water's edge. In the last few years 5 additional pull through sites have been built, each with a 50 amp power source, next to the playground/gazebo/hall and near the beach. This campsite is ideal for a group attending a family reunion, wedding or other special event.

So, no matter which campsite suits you best, sun or shade, we feel we can easily accommodate the seasonal and daily campers at our park and with the majority of our sites being larger we are confident that we can also accommodate the recreational vehicles of today. All areas have picnic tables and fire pits with grills. Potable water and bundles of wood are available for sale at the Park Office. Trash and recyclable bins are located throughout the campsites and park areas. Modern toilet facilities are on site with coin operated showers, flush toilets and sinks. A sewage dump station is located in the park.

Group Camping

Group camping site areas are available through reservations only on a first call first serve basis. Each site has either 30 amp or 50 amp electrical service and non potable water.

Swimming

Leslie Beach Regional Park is truly one of the Saskatchewan hidden jewels and offers one of the best sand beaches in the province! Filled with wonderfully even sand, the lake's waters are clear and clean! It's become a very popular place to relax in the summer. A large buoyed swimming area demarcates the safe zone from water crafts and skiers. Washrooms and showers are located on main beach. The park offers Red Cross swimming lessons yearly in the first part of August. For more information or to register call the park office at 1-306-272-3968.

Playground

The Violet Park Playground is centrally located between the hall, gazebo and Main Beach. Through the generous donation from the Markusson family, in memory of their mother, and with the financial partnering of the village and park the new play center was constructed. Violet Park provides hours of fun for hundreds of children year round.

Boating & Fishing

Leslie Beach Regional Park has two cement boat launch pads separated by a dock. A fish filleting facility is located near the boat launch. Many refer to it as one of the best in the province. 
In this area we also offer designated areas for parking vehicles, trailers and boats when out on the lake. Since the floods at Fishing Lake, record size Northern Pike have been caught in the summer and winter. Most catch their daily limits of Walleye and Jack fish and an occasional Perch on the lake, thus giving us the reputation of a fisherman's paradise. Our large lake also offers an endless amount of space for water sports and pleasure boating enthusiasts. All water crafts and boats are permitted at Leslie Beach.

Golfing

The Foam Lake Golf and Country Club is within walking distance from the park. The course has an excellent nine hole course with grass greens and irrigated fairways, power cart rentals and pull carts and club rentals. The course is 2193 yards in length and a par 35. The course has elevated tees, large greens, sand bunkers and water hazards. It also has a fully licensed clubhouse and deck and a pro shop. Tee time bookings are recommended. For more information contact the club house at 1-306-272-3801.

Mini-Golf

Leslie Beach offers an 18-hole mini golf course located north of the park entrance. This busy course provides enjoyment for young and old. Next to it is our Horseshoe Pit, and Basketball Court. Putters, scorecards, basketballs and horsehoes are available at the Park Office.

Nature Trails

Whether you are walking or jogging down Leslie Beach Road or on the berm, waterfowl and a variety of shorebirds abound. The park has many trails individuals have developed either for bird watching, physical activity or just to enjoy nature at its finest.

Accessibility

Barrier free access is available at the Park Office, Community Hall, Gazebo, and at all our Daily and Seasonal Campsites. The paved Leslie Beach Road provides a pleasurable route for all wheelchairs.

Additional Features

Something Old... The Leslie Beach Market Gardens continue to be very popular, drawing a crowd from all the beaches at Fishing Lake. Many local vendors bring a wide variety of items for sale. The Market Gardens are held in July and August on Saturday mornings from 9:30 am until 11:30 am. 

Something New... A 3-hole Pitch'n'Putt Sand Greens Golf Course has been built. This little course is excellent for young golfers learning the game or those older golfers who want to improve on their short game before the big tournament. 

Leslie Beach Regional Park has tons of green space for flying kites and toy airplanes safely.

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