(This is an UNOFFICIAL Wascana Site)
(This site has been off line for a few years. Some of the information is out of date)
The fact that this park exists is credit to those who saw the potential of creating what can be described of as an
oasis on the prairie. The park, as well as the City of Regina, has gone from a treeless
spot on a map, to a place of wonder. Those of us who have grown up with the park cannot truly appreciate
the changes, as those who are returning after years of absence experience.
(Slowly being updated)
Located in the centre of Regina,
Saskatchewan, Canada, this park (officially known as Wascana Centre)
covers a total area of 2300 acres (930 hectares) . Land 2000 acres (810 hectares), Water 300 acres (120 hectares).
One of the largest urban parks in North America, (before you ask, Central Park in New York City is 834 acres) has been
witness to the changing times of not only the city and the province, but the nation as a whole.
Whether you are from nearby or afar, enjoy your online visit, and perhaps we will see you here someday.
CBC Building --
Conexus Arts Centre --
Culliton Centre (CNIB) --
Kramer Imax Theatre --
Lakeshore Tennis Club --
Lloyd Place --
MacKenzie Art Gallery --
Marina Rentals (Canoes/Kayaks) --
Normal School --
Owens' Boat House --
Queen Building --
Regina Christian School --
Regina Rowing Club --
Royal Saskatchewan Museum --
Saskatchewan Legislative --
Saskatchewan Polytechnic --
Saskatchewan Sound Stage --
Science Centre --
T. C. Douglas Building --
University of Regina --
Walter Scott Building --
Wascana Park Pool --
Wascana Racing Canoe Club --
Wascana Rehabilitation Centre --
The Willow on Wascana .
This is an unofficial site.
For the official Wascana Centre Site
Unless otherwise specified. Photographs by Don of www.WascanaPark.com
Permission to use is required.
Permission is freely given for school projects & event directions,
provided credit is given to www.WascanaPark.com