Radville-Laurier

Park Info

Season:
May 1 to October 1
Park Entry:
$8.00 per day.
Payment Information:
Cash or Cheque are accepted.
GPS:
49.45755 -104.30268
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Park Description

Adjacent to the town of Radville among a mature well tree area and within walking distance to many amenities in town. The park consists of a small campground with modern public washrooms, newly renovated outdoor swimming pool with 80 foot water slide, newly updated large playground, three ball diamonds, skating arena and hall with a kitchen facility.


Local Services

The Town of Radville has many services including gas stations, grocery stores, museum, hospital, RCMP, restaurants, spa and bar, all within walking distance from the regional park. The Robertdale Golf Course, Radville dam and boat launch is located 2 km away and is great for fishing.


Park / Area History

The park was first built in 1965 and named the Radville-Laurier Regional Park in 1975, as a joint venture between the Town of Radville and the RM of Laurier. The park is a tribute to the many dedicated volunteers that designed and built the facilities.


Barrier Free Access

Campsites, playground and swimming pool are all wheelchair accessible

Policies

 

 Events

Description Date Amount
Heritage Days & Vintage Car Show Sept 16 weekend TBA
Long Creek Rodeo – CAA Rodeo June 17 weekend TBA

Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
15 Amp Daily $15.00
15 Amp Weekly $90.00
15 Amp Monthly $300.00
Non Serviced/Tenting Daily $8.00

 Swimming Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Adult Entry (14 +) Daily $6.00
Adult Entry (14 +) Seasonally $110.00
Preschool Entry (6-13) Daily $5.00
Preschool Entry (6-13) Seasonally $95.00
Child Entry (5 & under) Daily $0.00
Family Entry Daily $18.00
Family Entry Seasonally $230.00
10 Passes (14 +) Daily $50.00
10 Passes (6 – 13) Daily $40.00
Level 1-5 Seasonally $65.00
Level 6-10 Seasonally $75.00
Preschool 3-5 years Seasonally $60.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Arena Rental Daily $525.00
Hall and Arena Rental Daily $695.00
Hall and Arena Rental – weekend Weekend $910.00
Hall Rental Per Hour $65.00
Hall Rental Daily $375.00
Hall Rental – Deposit 25% of total rental fee $0.00
Ice Rental Per Hour $160.00

 

 

  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Golf Course 9 Hole Sand Greens
  • Pet Friendly
  • Potable Water
  • Swimming Pool
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Camping (Non-Electrical)
  • Golf Course Club House (No Food Service)
  • Picnic Tables
  • Quiet Time Enforced
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)
  • Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
  • Cell Phone Service
  • Hall and/or Shelter Rental
  • Playground
  • Showers

Camping

There are 12 electrical – 15 amp sites. The park also offers 30 non serviced sites for tent camping. A dining shelter with picnic tables is available for use. All the sites are naturally leveled and set amid a heavily treed area. The many tall elms and poplars provide constant shade from almost every direction, and yet they do not interfere with the sites such that one cannot maneuvre a large unit. Firewood is not provided. Modern washroom facilities are available with flush toilets and free showers. These facilities remain open 24 hours/day for campers. Sewer dump station is located 1 block from campground on Peterson Avenue.

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Golf

Located just outside the town of Radville is a nine hole, sand green golf course. The Robertdale Golf and Country Club is so named to honor A.R. Robertson, who devoted much of his time to the park and the golf course. The course is a par 35 that covers 2830 yards over its well treed fairways and watered tees. The course hosts several tournaments throughout the summer. The clubhouse has washroom facilities and the bar is available during tournaments. Tee off reservations are not necessary as this is a friendly course; simply show up and you will be on the first tee before you know it!

  • 9 Hole Sand Greens
  • Yardage Markers
  • Clubhouse
  • Clubhouse Lounge
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Outdoor Patio
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Tee Time Reservations
  • Rain Checks

Swimming

Newly constructed outdoor swimming pool in 2013 featuring a large 80 foot water slide, zero entry shallow end with spray toys. Open from June to late August. Various fun days and midnight swims are planned throughout the summer. Swimming lessons are offered twice throughout the summer and there is always a lifeguard on duty.

Playground/Recreation Activities

A large playground is located next to the pool complex. First built in 1970 and extensively renovated in 2000 and again in 2008. The playground is handicap accessible and well maintained.

There are three ball diamonds that consist of shale/gravel infields, dugouts, fenced fields, mesh backstops and bleachers for spectators. A batting cage is also available for the public’s batting practice. There are ball teams for all age groups and registrations are done through the schools.

Boating and Fishing

Boating and fishing can be enjoyed at the Radville Dam, located 2 km north of town.

Hiking/Nature Trails

Self guided heritage walking tours of historical landmarks within the town of Radville.

In 2012, Tourism Radville became involved in the world wide scavenger hunt known as geocaching. Several caches were placed within Radville and in its surrounding countryside. Tourism Radville has utilized geocaching technology as a way to draw people to sites they may otherwise not visit, and to teach them about its significance while they are there.

The Tourism Office has a geocaching kit, complete with GPS navigating unit, which is available to be rented by people interested in geocaching.

 

Additional Features

Tourism Radville organizes several special events each year, including an annual Lilac Tea at the CN Station in June, a Heritage Day and street dance in August, a seniors heritage luncheon and tour in September, Kids Kamps, and new in 2012, a Haunted History Tour which explores the darker side of Radvilles rich and storied past. This sells out fast and must be booked in advance by calling the Tourism Office.

Tourism Radville has utilized Geocaching technology as a way to draw people to sites they may otherwise not visit, and to teach them about its significance while they are there. The Tourism Office has a Geocaching kit, complete with GPS navigating unit, which is available to be rented by people interested in Geocaching.