The Park consists of 260 acres of land with a lake known as Silver Lake. Extensive work has been completed on the beach and swim area to make it fun and enjoyable for the entire family. Within the parks 260 acres you will find a very well maintained, challenging nine hole grass greens golf course, two modern playgrounds complete with sand, swings, slides and climbing features, a walking trail with a bird/sanctuary tower & a variety of campsites to accommodate your needs. We have many campsite areas including full service, partial service, and non-serviced. Tenting is welcome & various sites are available. Full sun and/or shaded sites are available for campers. Modern/updates bathrooms with shower facilities are located at the North, Central (washroom only) & South ends of the campground. Laundry facilities are also available. Picnic sites with fire pits are available for day outings or class field trips at no charge. Firewood is available, please ask at the concession. On top of the 107 campsites there are two large family areas both with a shelter, and are within close proximity to modern washrooms. These sites are great for weddings, reunion, anniversaries, etc. The friendly & knowledgeable staff at the Pro-shop & Concession has everything you need to make your stay special. The clubhouse is licensed and offers a full menu complete with snacks & treats. Finish off and complete the relaxing hot summer day on the clubhouse deck overlooking the ninth green.
Located to the South is Maidstone: hospital, pharmacy, grocery, hairdresser, tire repair, welder, automotive repair, gas station, car wash, propane and industrial supply.
For a complete list visit their web page at www.townofmaidstone.com
Located to the North is St. Walburg: hospital, pharmacy, grocery, hairdresser, tire repair, welder, automotive repair, gas station, car wash, propane and industrial supply. Annual Blueberry Festival.
Located to the East is Lloydminster with all amenities and located to the East is North Battleford with all amenities.
Park / Area History
March 1961, the Kinsmen Club voted unanimously in favor of developing Silver Lake as a recreational facility. The Standard Hill Baseball club joined the endeavor by building a backstop that spring. Land was rented and swim area was started immediately. By October 1963, Silver Lake had a swimming area, picnic area, playground, sports ground and concession. The land was purchased and on May 1st, 1964, we became a Regional Park. The golf course, Kinsmen Ball Tournament and RCL swim program were launched that year. In 1966, living quarters, public washrooms and concession were built. In 1969, land was purchased to develop five serviced campsites. The Clubhouse and living quarters were built in 1971. In 1973, the dike was created forming a controlled swimming area; 1976, a fastball diamond was started. In 1977, the washroom, shower and laundry was built. In 1980, 80 more acres were purchased. During 1983, irrigation was added to the course, grass greens were opened 1986. The slow pitch league build another ball diamond. During 1990-91, the first family area was developed, with Standard Hill Baseball Club adding another in 1996. Also that year Ducks Unlimited raised a viewing tower in conjunction with the hiking trail. In 2008, 33 large seasonal sites were developed and improvements continue.
Barrier Free Access
Some washrooms in the park are wheelchair accessible.