Prince Albert has a vibrant and involved sports community thanks in part to great facilities throughout the city. There are numerous associations and leagues that offer competition in their discipline and also many recreational activities are available. Most are volunteer driven and run by people who pride themselves in assisting to make PA a better place to live and offer the youth opportunities to be active and healthy.
The City of Prince Albert Community Services Department is proud to provide many of the facilities used by these organizations and provide leadership whenever and wherever asked.
Following is a list of many of the sports in our city.
If there is a sport missing or to provide updated information on your sport, please send an e-mail with the information to email@example.com.
The Timberland Bowbenders Archery Club promotes archery for all ages from their facility at 23 11th St. W.
You can enjoy badminton on courts at the Alfred Jenkins Field House and Margo Fournier Centre.
Prince Albert boasts some of the best baseball and softball facilities in Canada and have hosted many Western Canadian and National events. Through Project Triple Play, Prince Albert Minor Softball is looking at a major expansion of Prime Ministers Park to make it World Class.
There are numerous basketball courts in the city. Indoor courts can be found at the Alfred Jenkins Field House, Margo Fournier Centre and Parkland Community Club while there are outdoor courts at Crescent Acres Community Club.
Coming in 2016, Batting Cages at Prime Ministers Park will be operated by the Prince Albert Minor Softball Association.
The 20,000 square foot Kinsmen Skateboard and BMX Park, located just south of the Art Hauser Centre, provides diverse activities for riders of all skill levels.
The Thomas Settee PA Boxing Club is located at 1498 Central Avenue (behind Venice House). For information call (306) 961-2921, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.paboxingclub.com.
Try out the Conexus climbing wall located at the
Alfred Jenkins Field House.
Cross-country skiing is recognized as a top aerobic activity and an ideal way to keep active during our winter season. The cross-country ski trails located at Little Red River Park and through the Nesbit Forest are considered to be one of the best and most extensive urban single-track ski trails in North America. Visit the Prince Albert Ski Club website for ski trail maps, daily admission rates, annual membership fees and lesson information.
The Cooke Municipal Golf Course also offers cross-country skiers the opportunity to ski the trails in a beautiful park setting.
Contact information for the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club rink and the East End Community Club's curling rink.
One of the newest sports in PA, there will be a new disc golf course located at Mair Park courtesy the Cosmo Club soon.
Prince Albert boasts our own ski hill:
Little Red River Park.
Offering instruction for beginners to advanced skaters, the Prince Albert Figure Skating Club operates out of the Dave G. Steuart Arena. They host an annual Spring Show at the Art Hauser Centre.
The Alfred Jenkins Field House is a multi-purpose recreation facility offering aerobics, cardio classes, a climbing wall, gymnasium,seniors' fitness programs, yoga, recreational sports leagues and other specialty programming. The Community Services Department also operates the Margo Fournier Centre where Gymnasium and Fitness room rentals are available.
Prince Albert features a vibrant and growing football community. The Prince Albert Minor Football Association has teams in the Kinsmen League while both Carlton and St. Mary High Schools have strong programs. Football is played at the Max Clunie and PMP East fields at Prime Ministers' Park and on the John Diefenbaker Field adjacent to the Crescent Heights Community Club.
Cooke Municipal Golf Course is one of the top five municipally owned and operated courses in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Cooke, established in 1909 is a mature course and is challenging for all skill levels.
The Prince Albert Aerials Gymnastics Club operates out of the High Noon Optimist Club building.
Hip Hop / Group Fitness / Dance Fitness
Recreational physical activities are offered at Prince Albert's fun place for Hip Hop Dance and Group Fitness. For information see their website.
The sport of hockey has many homes in Prince Albert. Beside the four City owned and operated facilities there are 4 covered indoor natural ice facilities operated by Community Clubs, and numerous outdoor rinks.
In the spring the sport of ball hockey is becoming popular. Teams play in the Prince Albert Ball Hockey League out of the Dave G. Steuart Arena.
The Prince Albert Judo Club recently moved into a new home at the Alfred Jenkins Field House.
For information on the sport of Karate in Prince Albert, visit the Prince Albert Budokai website.
Prince Albert boasts a growing lacrosse community including the Prince Albert Predators of the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League. The league plays out of Kinsmen Arena.
For information on ringette visit the Prince Albert Ringette Association website. Ringette games will be played at the Art Hauser Centre.
2016-17 registration is Saturday, September 10th from 1:30-2:30 at the AHC.
Prince Albert Drifters Rowing Club offers programming throughout the summer months on the North Saskatchewan River. They operate out of the Boat House, 800 River Street W. For more information contact Roses 306-961-0446 or Rene 306-960-6892.
The Prince Albert Dragons and Whiskey Jacks compete through out the province. They play their home games at Max Clunie Field at Prime Ministers Park.
The Prince Albert Pistol and Rifle Club was established in 19555. They operate the Lloyd Lundgren Memorial Silhouette (West) Range, outdoor Wildlife Federation range and an indoor range in the Wildlife Federation Building.
The 20,000 square foot
Kinsmen Skateboard and BMX Park, located just south of the Art Hauser Centre, provides diverse activities for riders of all skill levels.
Public skating is available at City-operated arenas (Art Hauser Centre, Dave G. Steuart Arena and Kinsmen Arena) as well as community clubs.
Snowboard enthusiasts can sharpen their skills at Little Red River Park.
Prince Albert boasts a great indoor soccer facility at the Alfred Jenkins Field House as well as many superb outdoor pitches.
For information on PAYSA see their
A member of Special Olympics Saskatchewan, the Prince Albert organization is renowned nationally and internationally for their athletes and hosting top notch events.
The Prince Albert Speed Skating Club trains at the Art Hauser Centre and competes provincially.
For more information please go to their
The City of Prince Albert operates two aquatic facilities. The
Frank J. Dunn Pool
(indoor) is open ten months of the year while the
Kinsmen Water Park
(outdoor) operates during the summer months. Public swimming, swimming lessons and lane swimming are available at both facilities.
Private rentals are available at the Kinsmen Water Park on a first come, first served basis.
The competitive swim club in the City is the Sharks Swim Club who train at the Frank J. Dunn pool
PLEASE NOTE that Marion Aquatics is not a city-operated facility. See their website.
Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwon Do is offered in Prince Albert.
Tennis courts are available at two locations within the city.
Track & Field
Harry Jerome Track is located within Prime Ministers Park and is a 400 m outdoor track including pole vault, long and triple jump pits, as well as javelin and hammer toss areas. There is an indoor track located on the third level of the Alfred Jenkins Field House.
The City offers a number of indoor and outdoor facilities specifically at the
Alfred Jenkins Field House
You can play volleyball at the Alfred Jenkins Field House. Ask about the adult recreational league. There are 2 clubs in the City: Optimist Toppers and Prince Albert Volleyball Club.