Recreation Facilities

Carrot River enjoys outstanding recreational facilities, rarely matched by other communities of similar size.

Carrot River Community Hall
The Carrot River Community Hall was officially opened in 1988. It is a 9,000 square foot multi-purpose building, complete with meeting rooms, fully-equipped kitchen and bar facilities, and a dance/assembly hall which includes a floating oak floor. Air conditioning was installed in 2005 with a grant from Canada Celebrates Centennial. Upgrades to the facility are ongoing, a complete bathroom upgrade was performed in 2017 and, in 2018, plans are under way for a complete kitchen upgrade. For the current community hall rental rates, click on this link, for the current community hall renter rules, click on this link.  To book this facility call the office at (306) 768-2515.

Carrot River Curling Club
Carrot River Curling Club opened its new Curling Rink in 1986, complete with three sheets of artificial ice, lounge, kitchen and excellent spectator viewing area. The facility hosts many private events in addition to an active curling schedule enjoyed by everyone from little rockers to 50 Plus. To book this facility or to ask about upcoming events call the rink at (306) 768-2404.

Carrot River Community Centre
The Carrot River Community Centre, skating arena, opened in 1981 originally, and had artificial ice added in 1990. Significant upgrades to the facility have taken place from 2014 to 2017 culminating with a grand re-opening on November 4, 2017. Together this community has invested well over $500,000 in a short period of time to bring this facility up to standards required to be home to first class sporting events. A full program of minor hockey and figure skating is offered in addition to Junior B hockey and adult recreation hockey teams.  To book the facility please call the recreation office at (306) 768-3833.

Tennis court and playground equipment are located in the center of Town on the grounds of the Carrot River Elementary School.
Pioneer Place senior's recreation hall offers many recreational opportunities for seniors including cards, snooker, carpet bowling, bingo and other events. A privately owned fitness center challenges participants to enjoy their physical strength and endurance.

Lions Park features two regulation ball fields, fully fenced with shale and gravel infields upgraded in the fall of 2017.