Dogs must be on leash at all times. Quiet time is 11:00 pm.
Antelope Lake offers concession, golf course, ball diamond, rental hall, horseshoe pits, playground and water for those who enjoy water sports. The park is bordered by hillsides and can be very scenic in the spring.
Gull Lake is 20 km South of the park. It has restaurants, gas stations, mini golf, outdoor pool, playground, golf course, museum, post office, banks and other business that meet the needs of tourists.
A dentist named Dr. Oliver Hart purchased land that bordered on Antelope Lake with a vision of developing a place of beauty for people to enjoy. He had tried to have the area made into a game reserve but was unsuccessful. When Dr. Oliver Hart passed away the park was sold to Dr. Jean Matheson, then in 1966 the park was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hemsworth. After a few years the couple found the park too large to maintain themselves so they sold it to the Regional Park Board, thus on October 17th, 1972 the park officially became Antelope Lake Regional Park.
(Prices subject to change without notice) Please contact the park for Monthly and Seasonal rates.
(Prices subject to change without notice)
|Hall Rental||1 Day||$200.00|
|Hall Rental||2 Days||$350.00|
|Hall Rental – up to 3 hours||Hourly||$20.00|
|Hall Rental Deposit||Daily||$200.00|
|Hall/Golf Course Rental||Daily||$300.00|
We currently have 52 campsites equipped with water, picnic tables and some campsites have 30 amp power. There are group and individual tenting areas available. There are four modern washroom facilities, two of which have showers.
The golf course is located on top of the hill. It has sand greens, par 34 and is 2566 yards in length.
The playground was updated in 2010 with a new play structure including slides, monkey bars, climbing tools, etc. We also installed new swings! If you’re looking to have a ball tournament we have a ball diamond available.
With the 2011 rain, our lake is now available for boating! We currently have a man made fish pond which was stocked with rainbow trout in 2011 as well.