- May 15 - September 13
- Park Entry:
- $5.00 per day.
- Payment Information:
- Cash and Cheque accepted. Credit card accepted for booking through online reservation system.
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Ogema Regional Park is a quiet, family orientated park that is pet friendly. The Park is a short walk from Ogema's Main Street. Many of the sites are perfect for group camping. The park has a covered BBQ area for rent and is located beside the Recreation Complex which can be rented for indoor activities or during inclement weather. New 100 feet x 100 feet Community Hall attached to the Rec Complex available for rent for larger indoor gatherings. Heated swimming pools are open during the summer months directly adjacent to the campground. Ball diamonds and a playground are also located nearby.
Ogema is located 115 km South of Regina and 80 km West of Weyburn on Hwy 13.
All amenities are located 1 or 2 blocks from the park. Restaurant, cafe, bar, cardlock gas station, ATM, Royal Bank, Radius Credit Union, grocery store, liquor store, post office, second hand store, pasta business, hunting and fishing licence vendor, SGI motor vehicles. Propane and firewood can be bought at Ogema Co-op. Ice cream shop is open in summer and located 1 block away on Main Street.
Park / Area History
In 1966 the topic of a swimming pool was on the agenda of the Ogema Chamber of Commerce for discussion. The Chamber was informed that in order to have a Regional Park all lands must be owned by the Regional Park Authority. The most appropriate place for such a park was deemed to be over at the Ogema Agricultural Society's grounds. On July 26, 1967 title of the property was transferred from the Ogema Agricultural Society to the proposed Regional Park Authority. The following were appointed by the Town Council and RM of Key West 70 as the first Board members: George Bacon (President), Bob Moore (Secretary), Gordon Eden, Cec Stewart, Ted Myren, Howard Fohr and Dr H.C. Struthers.
Barrier Free Access
Some areas are wheelchair accessible, please contact the park with any questions.
- Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
- Camping (Electrical Sites)
- Camping Seasonal
- Group Camping (Electrical Sites)
- Hall and/or Shelter Rental
- Pet Friendly
- Potable Water
- Ball Diamonds
- Camping (Electricity and Water)
- Cell Phone Service
- Group Camping (Non-Electrical Sites)
- Horseshoe Pits
- Picnic Tables
- Quiet Time Enforced
- Swimming Pool
- Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
- Camping (Non-Electrical)
- Fire Wood
- Group Camping with Hall and/or Kitchen
- Laundry Facilities
- Sewer Dump Station
- Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)
50 electrical sites (majority of sites are 30 amp) with potable water, has trees to screen park from the highway, has a roofed picnic area for inclement weather. Has a roping arena in the park.
Nine hole sand green golf course located 3 km south of the park. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Heated outdoor diving pool and main swimming pool. Certified Lifeguards on staff. Small concession booth available. Firewood for sale from concession booth when open. Swimming lessons are offered in early July. Additional lessons are offered in August if there is enough interest. Phone for dates and times.
Has a large wooden play apparatus and wooden play train as well as a new smaller play apparatus. Also, numerous other small activity apparatus. There is a new teeter totter and swing set with benches close by for adult supervision.
A grandstand which was built in 1923 and can be seen from Highway 13 is prominently placed in the centre of the park. The grandstand is in front of the fenced fastball diamond. The second hand store, Second Time Around, is located on Main Street. It is run by volunteers and all profits from the store go towards capital projects in the Park. It is open on Mondays and Wednesdays 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. For further information contact (306) 861-9980.
Across the tracks from the Ogema Regional Park is Southern Prairie Railway. The railway offers short excursions and supper trains. A 1945 44 tonne diesel engine pulls a 1925 fully restored Pullman Rail car for a Heritage Train Tour. The tours are held on Saturdays and Sundays from June until September. Train tour tickets also include entrance to the Deep South Pioneer Museum which includes hundreds of antique tractors and equipment as well as a 30 building historic village. The museum ticket can be used any time throughout the season. Museum information located at www.deepsouthpioneermuseum.com. Special train tours and charter tours are also available. More information located at www.southernprairierailway.ca.