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 large Northern Pike, PIKEZELLA. The fish was caught in February 2009 weighing in at 39.9 pounds, a record weight for a southern Saskatchewan lake.
The park welcomes families and friends to enjoy our great sand beaches, clear clean lake and nine-hole grass greens golf course. Swimming, boating, fishing, golfing or just relaxing in the summer sun creates the perfect recipe for making holiday memories.
Leslie Beach Regional Park has 167 campsites with 30 Amp and/or 50 Amp power; non-potable water and over half of the sites provide sewer service. 116 or these sites are Seasonal Campsites and 51 are Daily Sites. Booking Reservations for the Daily Sites are On-line. The Resort Village of Leslie Beach is adjacent to the park and it has 165 homes.
As part of Leslie Beach Regional Park is the nine hole grass greens golf course , located approximately 1/2 kilometer east of the main regional park boundary. The course is leased by the Foam Lake Golf & Country Club. It offers a licensed clubhouse, pro shop and motor cart, club and pull cart rentals. For tee-times, events and any additional information call the clubhouse at (306) 272-3801 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other activities we offer at the park include a maintained Boat Launch, a Fish Filleting Station, a Mini Golf Course, a 1-on-1 Basketball Court, a 3-hole Chip n Putt Golf Course, a Beach Volleyball Court, a Soccer Field, and an upgraded Ball Diamond and Horseshoe Pit. The park office has sport equipment on loan for all these activities. During the summer months additional recreational programs and special events are organized for all ages, young and old.
The park also boasts a wonderful play structure. In 2021, a new inclusive accessible play area has been added to the playground. Right next to the playground is the gazebo and community hall. The gazebo and fully furnished hall host many functions such as weddings, reunions, birthdays, barbecues, anniversaries, movie nights and other recreation programs and activities.
To date, Leslie Beach Regional Park has 116 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.
The town of Foam Lake is 15 minutes away from Leslie Beach. The town's shopping district includes grocery, hardware and building supplies, restaurants, laundromat, specialty shops, numerous trades, fuel and mechanical services. Also located in the town is a retail boat and motor repair service shop. This retail store has an excellent selection of fishing, camping, boating and hunting supplies. 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's 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 Authority was established. This Regional Park included Leslie Beach, the Foam Lake Golf and Country Club and other designated park areas located around Fishing Lake. In 1997 and 2007 Leslie Beach experienced devastation with the major flooding of the lake causing much of the original regional park boundaries to be left under water still to this day. Due to these structural and organizational changes that occurred over the years at Fishing Lake it was necessary for Leslie Beach and the golf course to move forward on their own. So, a request was submitted to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport and in August of 2017 a new Ministers Order was signed to amend the Regional Park Authority's composition and boundaries under the name of Leslie Beach Regional Park Authority.
Today, the park continues to be a very popular recreational destination, not only in the summer but also the winter. A new generation of appointed board members, volunteers and staff represents the local regional park authority. The mission of our park is to provide our patrons with a memorable recreational experience, to build a sense of community for all and to protect the natural environment of our park for generations to come.
Barrier Free Access
Is located at the Park Office, Community Hall, Public Washroom/Shower facility, Gazebo, Playground and at all of our Daily and Seasonal Campsites. The paved Leslie Beach Road and Boat Launch Road allows for wheelchair access.