Kelvington Golf Club

Situated on an elevated rise overlooking the surrounding farm land is a panoramic view. Kelvington is a family oriented golf club that promotes the sport for all ages and level of play.

Play on the course varies from wide open spaces to narrow confined fairways surrounded by natural trees.

The golfer is eased into the course by a downhill par 5, followed by a short par 4 on the 2. However the game will require accuracy as you play 3 to 5 as the distances increase and fairways narrow. The back to back par 3s on 6 and 7 can change your scores quickly. The 8th hole is the most difficult and will even challenge the long ball hitters.

The ninth hole is a risk/reward, finishing hole. Long ball hitters may find the green or the bush. Short iron players can be rewarded with accurate shots and good course management.

You will find the course has luscious fairways and large grass greens surrounded by 16 sand traps and many quaking aspens. A visit to our beautiful golf course will reveal a well kept secret.Enjoy a one night stay with us, and a 9 hole round of golf at the gorgeous Kelvington Golf Course just a balls' throw away. 

Kelvington Agricultural Society Fair Days

Kelvington Ag Society proudly hosts their fair days every year on the August long weekend from Friday-Sunday. 

Activities include:

  • Chuck-wagon and chariot races
  • Gymkhana
  • Barrel racing
  • Slow-pitch
  • Fast-ball

Stay tuned for more information about Kelvington Ag Fair Days. 

Kelvington Heritage Building

The heritage value of Heritage Place lies in the property’s association with the railway. Railways were the main conduit for people, goods and mail during the first half of the twentieth century. The Canadian National Railway opened a branch line to Kelvington in 1921 and, after its construction in 1922, this station served as a regional hub for the Kelvington area. Although the station closed in 1977, the railway still serves the community as a means of shipping grain to port.

The heritage value of the property also lies in its railway station architecture. The station was constructed using Canadian National Railway’s Plan No. 100-75, a standardized design commonly used for small (third class) railway stations across the prairies. The station was designed to accommodate passengers and freight on the first floor while providing the station agent with an apartment on the second. 

Kelvington Trailblazers - Route 66

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Saskatchewan offers some of the best snowmobiling in North America. Here you can access millions of acres of open land, or follow a well developed network of groomed and signed trails, connecting communities and provincial parks.

The annual snowmobile rally is the first weekend in February.  

What's more fun than sledding through the snow? Kelvington is home to the Trailblazers who maintain great groomed snow trails, signed and safe.

A Hunters Paradise

Kelvington is located along one of North America's major waterfowl flyways, with excellent hunting for ducks and geese. 

Anglers can try their luck in numerous lakes within a forty mile radius. The most widely distributed game fish include: Northern pike, walleye and yellow perch. Rainbow trout can also be found in one of the lakes. Catches in the past few years have been good to excellent. The fish populations are monitored and stocked regularly.

Kelvington is very popular for a variety of big game in the area including: deer, elk, moose and bear.

Kelvington Swimming Pool

Be sure to call Kelvington Swimming Pool (KSP) as these times are subject to change. You can reach KSP @ 306-327-4933 or at the Kelvington Town Office @ 306-327-4482

Support our Minor Sports!

Come out to see our Minor hockey teams play!

Other Community Recreational Activities

ATV trails


Campground/RV park

Cross-country ski trails


Park/play area

Picnic area

Snowmobile trails

Swimming pool

Snow shoeing

Community Services


Car wash


Community hall/Convention centre

Diesel fuel


Dumping station

Elementary school

Fish/Hunt licence vendor

Gas station


High school

Hospital/clinic/health centre


Liquor store/vendor


Non-licensed dining



Post office

Propane fuel

Propane tank refill

Public internet access

Public library


Tourist information - seasonal

Trans. for disabled