The park has a great heated outdoor pool with a diving board. The lobby and change rooms were renovated in 2019. The pool is open mid-June to mid-August (weather permitting). Five sets of lessons are offered throughout the summer. Session 1: July 4 – 15, Session 2: July 18 – 29, Session 3: August 1 – 5 , Session 4: August 8 – 12, Session 5: August 15 – 19. Public swimming is held daily, times vary through the season. Lane swim is offered Monday – Friday. There is also a beach if you prefer to swim in the lake, no lifeguard on duty at the beach.
There is a recreation program offered throughout the summer, with many activities for children. The park has play areas situated at the beach as well as throughout the cabin area. There are two ball diamonds, a sand volleyball court as well as lots of green space!
Boating and Fishing
The park is equipped with a boat launch, large parking area and fish filleting shack. There are pike, perch, walleye, whitefish and carp in the lake. The lake is excellent for fishing and is known for Catching the BIG ONE! It is a great area for water sports. Watercraft such as jet skis are permitted in the park and must operate north of the cabins or south of the boat launch only. Fishing off the shore is allowed south of the boat launch. There is a seasonal or daily fee for use of the boat launch.
The park is home to the only migratory bird banding station in Saskatchewan. The station is open in May, as well as August and September. World Migratory Bird Day is held at the park in May every year. The park is excellent for bird watching. Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area and Migratory Bird Sanctuary (LML NWA MBS) surrounds LMRP, the headquarters are located north of the park. LML NWA MBS is and important migratory stopover and breeding area for many species of birds. Over 280 species of birds have been recorded at LML NWA MBS during migration. The public is welcome to visit LML NWA MBS, which offers many public facilities including a self-service information kiosk, self-interpretive trails and a driving tour route with interpretive stops, in addition to opportunities for fishing, hunting, kayaking, hiking, bird-watching, wildlife photography, and nature study. In 2021 a new observation tower opened immediately south of the park. Hiking trails are located around the tower with a trail guide posted at the tower.