Regina
Public Trails, Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail)
Tourism Saskatchewan
Wascana Centre is a 930-hectare urban park located in the heart of Regina, extending from Albert St E to Regina city limits.
Latitude: 50.43275° N,
Longitude: -104.6072° W
This beautifully landscaped park, surrounding a 120-hectare lake, offers year-round recreational opportunities. From the manicured lawns and walking paths of the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens in front of the provincial Legislative Building, to the semi-natural grassland and marshland of the Habitat Conservation Area, Wascana Centre offers visitors many diverse experiences.

Eight self-guided tours encourage exploration of the park's history and natural attractions. Walk 1 - A Place for You: 1.07-km walk begins at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (College and Albert) and takes in sites on the lake's north shore. Walk 2 - A Place for Vision: 1.75-km walk begins at Darke Hall and incorporates historic and educational sites. Walk 3 - A Place with Purpose: 1.5-km walk begins at the parking lot beside Pine Island and includes 12 stops. Walk 4 - A Place for Government: 1.73-km tour begins at Trafalgar Fountain and heads south to the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

Walk 5 - A Place for Family: 1.25-km walk invites families to picnic in Goosehill Park, explore the Saskatchewan Science Centre and play at Candy Cane Park. Walk 6 - A Place for Recreation: 2.25-km walk past recreational facilities and some of the natural areas of Wascana Centre. Walk 7 - A Place for Education: 1.38-km walk which follows the bike path that skirts the north side of the University of Regina. Walk 8 - A Place for Wildlife: 1.35-km walk begins along the boardwalk by the shoreline at 23rd Ave and Broad St, and takes in the Waterfowl Display Ponds, views of Goose Island, Pelican Island and Waterfowl Park.

The nine hectare Habitat Conservation Area, located south of Wascana Hill has been set aside strictly for wildlife. Park in lot on McDonald St, walk south to the marsh's gated entrance, and allow one hour for this 11-station nature tour. No dogs or bikes allowed.

Walking, jogging and cycling loops are popular with Regina residents. The Wascana Lake walk around is 4 km and the Wascana Marsh walk around covers 6.6 km. Combining the two trails makes a great exercise loop of 10 km.

Wascana Centre is also popular with cross-country ski enthusiasts. Trails maintained by the Regina Ski Club include: 2.6-km novice trail in Douglas Park, 1.4-km novice trail near the Science Centre, 3-km advanced and intermediate trail in the Foothills. The Regina Ski Club also maintains trails in Kinsmen Park, Les Sherman Park and A E Wilson Park.
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Access

  • Urban / Suburban

Amenities

  • Free parking
  • Picnic area
  • Modern washroom
  • Interpretive signage

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Birding / Wildlife viewing
  • Cross-country skiing

Maps & Docs

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-522-3661 |
wca@wascana.ca

Wascana Centre is a 930-hectare urban park located in the heart of Regina, extending from Albert St E to Regina city limits.

Latitude: 50.43275° N, Longitude: -104.6072° W

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This beautifully landscaped park, surrounding a 120-hectare lake, offers year-round recreational opportunities. From the manicured lawns and walking paths of the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens in front of the provincial Legislative Building, to the semi-natural grassland and marshland of the Habitat Conservation Area, Wascana Centre offers visitors many diverse experiences.

Eight self-guided tours encourage exploration of the park's history and natural attractions. Walk 1 - A Place for You: 1.07-km walk begins at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (College and Albert) and takes in sites on the lake's north shore. Walk 2 - A Place for Vision: 1.75-km walk begins at Darke Hall and incorporates historic and educational sites. Walk 3 - A Place with Purpose: 1.5-km walk begins at the parking lot beside Pine Island and includes 12 stops. Walk 4 - A Place for Government: 1.73-km tour begins at Trafalgar Fountain and heads south to the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

Walk 5 - A Place for Family: 1.25-km walk invites families to picnic in Goosehill Park, explore the Saskatchewan Science Centre and play at Candy Cane Park. Walk 6 - A Place for Recreation: 2.25-km walk past recreational facilities and some of the natural areas of Wascana Centre. Walk 7 - A Place for Education: 1.38-km walk which follows the bike path that skirts the north side of the University of Regina. Walk 8 - A Place for Wildlife: 1.35-km walk begins along the boardwalk by the shoreline at 23rd Ave and Broad St, and takes in the Waterfowl Display Ponds, views of Goose Island, Pelican Island and Waterfowl Park.

The nine hectare Habitat Conservation Area, located south of Wascana Hill has been set aside strictly for wildlife. Park in lot on McDonald St, walk south to the marsh's gated entrance, and allow one hour for this 11-station nature tour. No dogs or bikes allowed.

Walking, jogging and cycling loops are popular with Regina residents. The Wascana Lake walk around is 4 km and the Wascana Marsh walk around covers 6.6 km. Combining the two trails makes a great exercise loop of 10 km.

Wascana Centre is also popular with cross-country ski enthusiasts. Trails maintained by the Regina Ski Club include: 2.6-km novice trail in Douglas Park, 1.4-km novice trail near the Science Centre, 3-km advanced and intermediate trail in the Foothills. The Regina Ski Club also maintains trails in Kinsmen Park, Les Sherman Park and A E Wilson Park.

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Location Information

Wascana Centre is a 930-hectare urban park located in the heart of Regina, extending from Albert St E to Regina city limits.

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lat. 50.43275° N, long. -104.6072° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-522-3661 |
wca@wascana.ca