Esterhazy Regional Park runs along the top and through the Kaposvar Creek valley. It features 32 campsites with water and power, and the park amenities include a playground, four ball diamonds (one lit for evening games), walking and cross-country ski trails. The fairways of the 9-hole, grass greens golf course sit along the slopes of the Kaposvar Valley and offer dramatic elevation changes and a pleasant surprise to golfing a typical prairie course. Open mid May to mid October. (Information via Tourism Saskatchewan)
Escape the heat at The Esterhazy Spray Park! This fund-raised project with the help of many passionate volunteers as well as businesses officially opened to the public on August 26, 2017. It is located next to the D.A. Mackenzie Aquatic Centre and Regional Park.
Unleashed dog Park
Who let the dogs out... in the Historical Park? Created in 2019 for all your furry four legged friends, this off-leash, fenced in dog park is split into two sides: one for large dogs and one for small.
Got wheels? The Esterhazy Skateboard Park is right next to the Historical Park and is a great place to practice up on all your skills!
Along Highway 22 lies the heart of our community. Containing our Community Museum, Saskatchewan Potash Interpretive Centre, Potash Pete, Flour Mill, Miner, and a nice little walking path, it is sure to catch your eye. Magically lit up in the winter, and blooming in the warmer seasons, this is one place you'll want to check out!
A beautiful space to commemorate those who served, the Legion Park is on the corner of Sumner Street and Veterans Avenue.
There are 3 playgrounds in Esterhazy at the following places: Esterhazy High School, PJ Gillen Elementary School and the Esterhazy Regional Park!