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With more than 10 parks and pathways strategically planted like environmental ninjas in our community, it’s almost impossible not to sneak some exercise and outdoorsiness into your life! Whether you want to rollerblade in Ridgedale, do cartwheels in Confederation or fly a kite in Fernwood, there’s a park in White City for you! The Parks and Recreation Board is a major player working with the Town to beautify and build White City’s green spaces, and we invite everyone near and far to come feel the grass between your toes!

For all your greenspace/garden party/get-these-crazy-kids-out-of-my-house related needs, including how you can book a park or facility, please contact our Parks & Facilities Coordinator.

All Parks

Sportsfield & Park Bookings

  • Size - 8.4 ac
  • Aspen Park is a mid-volume park/open space located in the Wheatland subdivision.
  • Connected to the walkway/trails and has older deciduous trees for cover along the paths.
  • Primary use of Aspen is open space and has no amenities or play structures within the park.
  • 1.68 acre section of the greater Emerald Ridge Park
  • Serve the recreation needs of residential neighbourhoods
  • Help to form the visual, physical, and social focus of a neighborhood
  • Small parking lot 
  • Pathways 
  • Playground structure features accessible and inclusive designs that go against the traditional step, deck platform, and slide, by instead providing various routes to navigate the playground so no matter the skill or ability level of the user, there are routes for everyone
  • First play structure with engineered wood fiber for accessibility
  • Size - 0.87 ac
  • Churchill Park is a low volume Pocket Park located in the Bower West Subdivision.
  • Young spruce evergreen trees have been planted in fall 2016.
  • There is 1 large play structure for younger children.
  • Size - 4.01 ac
  • Confederation Park is a mid-volume park that is located in the Confederation subdivision.
  • Connected to the main walkways and trails, and has ample open space for any outdoor recreation activity for residents.
  • Within the park and trails there is a small fenced ball diamond that is unscheduled but is available for use and can be modified to game standards if enrollment in minor ball continues to rise.

Located at Ecole White City School, the sports field was a join project with Prairie Valley School Division.

Interested in booking the sports field for your activity? Click here.

  • Size – 20.89 ac
  • Emerald Ridge is a high-volume neighborhood park centrally located between the Emerald Ridge, Lott Road, Fairway East, Christopher Pace and Emerald Creek subdivisions.
  • The largest of White City’s neighborhood parks, Emerald Ridge has an extensive walkway trail that connects the park to all adjoining subdivisions. Within the park is ample open space for residents to enjoy any outdoor leisure activities. 
  • Small playground that hosts a swing set, play structure with slide and climbing apparatus, and a teeter tot for youth to enjoy.
  • Two park benches and three garbage receptacles as well as dog waste bags for residents to use.
  • Size - 2.64 ac
  • High volume Neighborhood Park located in the Wheatland Subdivision.
  • Connected to the main walkways and trails, and is one of the primary parks for residents that inhabit the oldest section of White City.
  • Large play structure for youth, and the town’s tennis / pickleball courts.
  • Two access points and is heavily treed with established deciduous trees.
  • Three park benches staged throughout the park and one garbage receptacle with waste bags for pets attached for resident use.
  • The tennis/pickleball courts are open seasonally and are very popular with our adult residents. There is one full size tennis court and two full size pickleball courts. Both courts can be converted over to either sport set up as there are removeable net posts present if the need arises.
  • Size - 2.23 ac
  • Hummingbird Park is a small low traffic pocket park located in Kingsmere Park subdivision.
  • Connected to the walkway trails and has two access points for residents.
  • Contains no playground equipment or amenities.
  • Heavily treed with poplar, evergreen and fruit trees making up the assortment of vegetation.
  • Size - 0.4 ac
  • Jade Park is a small low volume park/open space located in the Lott Road subdivision.
  • Primary use is open space for residents that reside in the bay of Jade Place.
  • No amenities or play structures in the park. Jade is connected to the walkway/trails.
  • Small trees planted in the area.
  • Size - 1.86 ac
  • McKenzie Park is a low volume Pocket Park located in the McKenzie Point and McKenzie Landing subdivisions.
  • Currently, the park sits as open space for our residents with no walkways or trails entering the park.
  • No amenities within the park but there are newer trees planted that also interact well with the older boundary trees.
  • McKenzie Park is one of our newest additions to the Town and is home to the Outdoor Rink (Double K Recreation Facility)
  • Size - 2.23 ac
  • Small low traffic pocket park located in Kingsmere Park subdivision .
  • Connected to the walkway trails.
  • Two access points and contains one swing set and a low maintenance ball diamond.
  • Ball diamond is primarily used as a “learn to play” field that is all grass surface. There is a backstop fence that separates the field from the remainder of park.
  • The area is treed heavily with older poplar, evergreen and fruit trees in the park

  • Size- 2.84ac
  • Wheatland Park is a low volume Community Park located in the Wheatland Division.
  • Connected to the main walkways and trails.
  • One of the older parks in White City, Wheatland is home to the town’s Football / Soccer field for our residents. The primary affiliated clubs that frequent the facility are the White City Futbol Club and Regina Minor Football association.