Sports & Recreation
Lake Charron is a small, quiet, beautiful park located on an island with a causeway access. The park has an abundance of green space, a sand beach, children’s play area, colorful floral displays and a variety of wildlife which come back on a yearly basis.
Local Services: Stoney Meadow Golf Course is located 8 km from the park. Town of Naicam: ATM, gas station, groceries, bakery, food services, pharmacy, library and museum. Village of Spalding: gas station, groceries, food services, library, bowling alley and museum.
Park / Area History: The local Lions Club in Naicam along with the town clerk of the Town of Naicam began working toward developing the island of Lake Charron so the surrounding residents would have a swimming, fishing, picnic and camping area. Letters began transmission as early as 1967 between the town clerk and the Department of Natural Resources. In December 1967 Mr. Wm. S. Fosterson surrendered the lease of land back to the Department of Natural Resources which was then leased to the Town of Naicam in 1968, where the Local Lions Club would prepare the island to be used as Lake Charron. The island saw many changes: a causeway was built to the island, power installed, beach developed, change houses erected, cook house built, ball diamonds cleared, camping area, boat ramp and play area. Then on September 18, 1972 Lake Charron became a Regional Park.
Barrier Free Access: Lake Charron Regional Park is wheelchair accessible including: pavilion, shower house/washrooms(currently under renovations).
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Senior centre activities are as follows:
Shuffleboard every Monday afternoon January to May
Senior meeting first Wednesday each month at 2 pm
Pot luck dinner and meeting at 12 pm
Canasta every 2nd and 63rd Wednesday at 1 pm
Norwegian whist every Friday at 1 pm
Bingo last Friday each month at 2 pm
Casual card playing every Tuesday pm
Movies and dancing as time permits.
Annual senior rally late April every year. Our group also attend rallies on neighboring communities.
Mother’s Day tea and bake sale in May.
Christmas bake and crafts in late November.
Christmas dinner and party 2nd week December.
New Years fun night on New Year’s Eve.
Pancake breakfast March or June as time permits.
2-3 bus trips / year to attend live theatre in Rosthern, Spa of our choice, forestry farm/Xmas lights in Saskatoon every etc. (We share trips with Melfort seniors)
Resolution #204/17 STONEY MEADOWS GOLF CLUB POLICY
Annual Membership Policy and Green Fees to be as follows and to be collected at the Town Office as much as possible:
Family $350 per year
Adults $150 per year
Students 11 years of age and over $50 per year
Children 10 and under are free
Cart shed rental is $50 per year
Adults $10 for 9 holes of golf
Adults $15 for 18 holes of golf
Students $5 per 9 holes of golf
Tournament fee per event $150 (includes evening socials)
The Naicam SNOWBLASTERS. The SNOWBLASTERS is a non profit organization which maintains nearly 300 kms of groomed trail. This trail system is a crucial link in the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association trail system. It is the closest trail linking Saskatoon to the Porcupine Forrest, the only trail joining Melfort and Tisdale to the South, Archerwill to the West, and Quill Lake to the North. The SNOWBLASTERS maintain and groom trails through the following communities: Naicam, Spalding, Watson, Engelfeld, St.Gregor, Muenster, Humboldt, Annaheim, Lac Vert, Pleasantdale, Kipabiskau Regional Park, St. Front and Dahlton. We meet monthly during the winter months in Annaheim, Sk. Call Dean Possberg at 306-231-5209 for more information.
Current trail conditions can be found by visiting the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association website at www.sasksnow.com
A copy of our bylaws can be found on line by visiting www.sasksnow.com/ssa/snow-legislation
The Naicam SNOWBLASTERS hold their annual snowmobile rally on the last Saturday in January. This event includes: Pancake breakfast 9 am, Registration 10 am, Lunch and fuel on the trail, supper from 4:30 to 6 pm – all events – location to be determined. Silent Auction, Bucket Draws and 50/50
1st place winner $1000, 2nd $500, and 3rd place $250
Your membership also contributes to…
Safety Promotion and Training…
The SSA partners with SLGA, SGI, and SPRA to provide public awareness of snowmobile safety issues and to offer Online and Classroom safety training.
Keeping the Snowmobiling Community informed…
The SSA provides up to date snow conditions and trail maps, hosts the annual Saskatchewan Snowmobile Show, and supports the Provincial Snowmobile Festival! SSA provides information on the “where” and “how” of snowmobiling in Saskatchewan!
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