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Wascana Centre Park, Regina

(4.7/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Head to the hub of the city's cultural life at Wascana Centre Park, a public park housing a diverse set of attractions and institutions dotted around 9.3 sq km (3.6 sq mi). Designed in the 1960s by famed Seattle architect Minoru Yamasaki, the park circles Wascana Lake and brings together several of the city's main institutions in a scenic public space. Amenities and attractions include three museums, an arts center, a university campus with Modernist buildings by Yamasaki, and a waterfowl park. Plan your visit to Wascana Centre Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Regina trip builder.
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  • There are many miles of walk or biking. It winds through the entire city. People who move from Regina all say they miss Wascana. It has an outdoor swimming pool. You can barbecue in the park. You see ...  more »
  • Took a small group of students to Regina for a field trip. Our trip ended with lunch and a guided bird watching tour around the park. It was amazing and beautiful and our kids (despite being teenagers...  more »
  • Wascana park is a spectacular part of Regina's landscape and a 'must see' when you are in this city. Regina has frequently been referred to as Canada's best kept secret. This park is one of its greate...  more »
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  • A walk around the lake is a nice, semi-scenic way to get some fresh air and exercise. You just have to watch your step since the hordes of geese leave droppings all over the sidewalk. There's a nice park with plenty to do and plenty of space for the physically inclined. This is where a lot of big outdoor events, such as Canada Day, take place. If you've had enough of being active around the lake, grab a canoe and go through it - there's a canoe/kayak rental place along the lakeside. When it's cold enough, there are opportunities to walk or skate on the frozen lake, as well. Wascana Lake is a good excuse to leave the house when it's nice outside.
  • Great park for walking, cycling, running, with play structures for kids, BBQ grills, outdoor swimming pool, calm lake for kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding. There's a natural history museum and a 1st class art gallery. Lots of grass, greenery, flower beds and trees. Good place to go in all four seasons.
  • Beautiful to see all the birds. And love walking the baby on the bridge. Great view
  • Excellent urban park for walking and jogging.
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