Book A Tee TimePARK - (306) 458-2362
GOLF COURSE - (306) 458-2452
PARK ENTRY - (306) 458-2865
RESTAURANT -(306) 458-2776

Park Services

Golfers, anglers, campers or daily visitors, all have access to the following services:
The Bentwood Store
  • Located in the launch area
  • Fishing licenses
  • Camping supplies
  • Gasoline
  • Ice
  • Bait
  • Oil
  • Tackle
Phone: 306-458-2225

Boat Launchphoto 4 6
  • There is a launching fee of $10.00/day or $45.00/season
  • Large 4 place concrete base with two piers to assist you in loading / unloading your boat
  • Street light beside launch will assist the late arrivals whether you are a night fisherman or out for an evening cruise
  • Large graveled parking area to make parking of vehicles & trailers simple
  • Bathrooms adjacent to the launch
  • Filleting shack adjacent to the launch
  • The Store is located in the parking area to look after your fishing and confectionary needs
  • Need to fuel before you launch - The Store retails regular gasoline

Filleting Shackfiletshack
  • Located between the launch and the store
  • Running potable water
  • Lights for anglers
  • Plug-ins for electric filleting knives
  • Tubs cleaned & emptied daily


In the spring of 2008 the cabin owners association, with funds collected from a large raffle in 2007, organized a committee to give the beach area a massive facelift. With the help of the R.M., corporate equipment and numerous volunteers, the project was completed by the end of June. The new amenities include:
  • 6 picnic / sun shelters with concrete floorsbeach2
  • BBQ's and picnic tables
  • Concrete sidewalk with benches down the center of the beach area to aid in wheelchair accessibility
  • 50% of the beach area was sodded and irrigation was installed to keep the grass in shape to give beach-goers a perfect spot to lay down and take in some rays
  • A rail fence was installed to prevent any traffic in the immediate beach area
  • New signage, crushed rock and trees
  • Parking in close proximity
  • Buoys designate swimming area (no water craft or skiing from beach)
  • Change roomsphoto 3 5
  • Bathrooms with flush toilets
  • Outside cold water shower
  • Limited playground equipment on beach
  • Beach volleyball net

Ball Diamond
  • Located just up from the beach
  • Fully grassed and level
  • parkserv_diamondChain link backstop
  • Potable water outlet by backstop
  • Benches for both teams
  • Parking around exterior

Walking Trail

The old Chandler Railway line used to run through the valley that now forms the 3 campgrounds and part of the golf course here in the Park. The rail bed makes a perfectly flat trail that provides all walkers with an elevated view of all the campgrounds plus a look at how #5, #6, and #7 holes play around a man made lake out on the golf course. The trail is only about 1 kilometer long but it makes for a good walk and is the shortest walking route between the campground and the beach / ball diamond area.

Playground Equipment
In 2007 a new, very much needed, playground structure was contructed between campgrounds A and E. It would not have been possible without help from the following:
Midale and Area Trust in recognition of Dr. Mainprize and Ms. Lillian Youngren - funding
R.M. of Cymri - funding
N.A.L. Resources - funding
Brady Oilfield Services L.P. - equipment
Volunteer Labour - Board members, cabin owners and campers
A 4100 sq. ft. area with pea gravel base
Make of structure: Blue Imp
Individual equipment: swings, cloud chaser, spring rides, stone wall, plastic photo
slides, ring around ladder, stepping saucers, rail ride and super hooper
Located on west end of camp "A"
Parking available
Pets not allowed in play area and must be leashed at all times
Short walking distance from store, launch and beach
In 2015 a new playground will be completed by the shower building between campgrounds B and C. All the work and funds for this new playground have come from the full season campers and residents of Mainprize Regional Park.

Potable Water Filtration Plantfiltration

The park operates it's own filtration plant and distribution system. The manager carries a Level 2 Treatment and Level 2 Distribution Certification. Samples are sent weekly to the Provincial Lab for testing and consistent records are kept on chlorine levels, turbidity and maintenance. In 2015 we will be upgrading our filtration plant. We will be doubling our filter capacity, installing a UV system and upgrading the building size. For more information call the manager @ 458-2362.

Sewage Lagoon
In the spring of 2014 we completed a major lagoon upgrade. We went from a single cell to three cell lagoon because of the upgrade. There now is a primary cell, secondary cell and evaporation cell.

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