Central Butte,
Saskatchewan

A Sense Of Pride In Our Community


Parks and Recreation


Central Butte Splash Park

The Central Butte Splash Park's grand opening was held June 28th 2017 in conjunction with the annual family barbeque.
The Herbert Herald provided a very nice write up which can be seen on their Facebook page.

Many thanks to the Splash Park Committee members, Nicole Hallborg, Audra Peterson, Tanya Schafer, Wendy Depper, and Deanna Hallborg,
as well as the all the generous private and corporate donors without whom this would not have been possible.




Central Butte Flyers Senior Men's Hockey


Central Butte Minor Hockey Association

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Central Butte Minor Hockey Association


18 hole "Frisbee" (Disc) Golf

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18 hole "Frisbee" (Disc) Golf

Located throughout the town 18 "holes" or targets for Disc Golf, (more affectionately known as Frisbee Golf). A map of the targets can be obtained from Stacy Symenuk at the Co-op Convenience Store on Highway 19. Look for our Facebook page coming soon.

More about Disc Golf










Artist William Phillpott

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Artist William Phillpott

Philpott’s works capture the landscape of the prairies, particularly showcasing the unique beauty of southern Saskatchewan. As Philpott says, “I paint the rural area as I live in it today. I try to accentuate the power and colour of the windswept skies and prairies of southern Saskatchewan. I paint the landscape and I liberally flavour it with figures of and clues to the industry of those who live on and work the land.” His works tend to incorporate a somewhat abstract technique; Philpott has explained: “I don't go after the fine details. I want to capture the mood, the character of a place.”


Central Butte Campground

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Central Butte Campground

1st Avenue East and Central Street

Our campground rate:
$30/night
$300/month

Seasonal RV sites available
30 amp power, water & sewer
Seasonal rate of $1,500 for May - Sept.


First Steps Dance

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First Steps Dance



Contact:
Crystal Fowler at (306) 796-4352 or
Carmen Menzies at (306) 796-4411.



Area Attractions:



Hunting and Fishing

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Hunting and Fishing

World record Rainbow Trout caught by twin brothers from Saskatoon at Lake Diefenbaker on June 5,2007. Weighing in at 43.6 lbs it beats the former world recond rainbow trout caught in Alaska in 1970 and weighing 42.1 lb.










Palliser Regional Park

Palliser Regional Park is nestled on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker in the South Saskatchewan River Valley near Riverhurst, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a beautiful natural park with great beaches, fishing, boating, golfing and some of the best sunsets in the province.


Marina at Lake Diefenbaker

Lake Diefenbaker is rated within the top 10 lakes in North America for sailing. There are two fully equipped Marinas on beautiful Lake Diefenbaker.
1/2 hour from Central Butte.


Harbour Club Golf Course - Elbow SK

This 18 hole championship course is situated on the bluffs overlooking the scenic Lake Diefenbaker at Harbor Recreational Site in Elbow, Saskatchewan. Feast your eyes on the panoramic view of miles of sandy beaches, the lake, the sailboats and our spectacular golf course.


Sage View Golf Course - Lake Diefenbaker SK

Sitting on the shores of Saskatchewan's Lake Diefenbaker in central Saskatchewan, Sage View Golf Course offers both a challenge and fantastic scenery for golfers and sightseers alike.


Danielson Provincial Park


Douglas Provincial Park


Chaplin Shorebird Reserve


Sandy Shores Resort on Diefenbaker Lake