Parks & Greenspace

Constable Shelby Patton Memorial Park
This park pays tribute to Constable Shelby Patton a member of the Indian Head RCMP who was tragically killed in the line of duty in June of 2021. Located along the Sunbeam Walking Trail on the corner of Eberts Street and Water Street. Some features include a beautiful granite memorial, covered picnic area, paved walking loop, outdoor exercise equipment and a children’s play structure.

Dixon Park
This is an active park located at Victoria Avenue and Grand Avenue, in the heart of Indian Head. Dixon Park has two recreational diamonds, outdoor rink, basketball courts and is home to Indian Head minor ball. The park also has the Elks play park and the Indian Head Outdoor Pool, Spray Park and Skate Park.

Grad Park
This pocket park is an ideal place to sit and rest, or just watch the comings and goings downtown. It is located on the 500 block Grand Avenue, downtown.

Indian Head Golf Course
Located on the north side of Town, the nine-hole course has grass greens, irrigated fairways and a driving range. There is also a clubhouse with light snacks and beverages available.

Indian Head Elementary School
The athletic area beside the school has a rough turf area and play ground equipment. There is also a full court basketball court.

Indian Head High School
The football field beside the school is home field for the Broncs football team. The grounds also include soccer pitches.

Jimmy Robison Field (Fair Grounds)
Situated on the east side of Indian Head along Woodward Avenue, Jimmy Robison Field is host to many outdoor events including, baseball, softball, Slo-Pitch and much more.

Leo's Park
This seating area is located downtown, on the 600 block of Grand Avenue.

Sleepy Hollow Park
This is a neighbourhood park, at the corner of Eberts & Waters street.

Sunbeam Park
This park is located west of Grand Avenue along the Sunbeam Trail, and features both treed and open green spaces, passive and active areas, and a picnic area.

Tourist Booth Picnic Area
Located close to the Trans-Canada Highway, this picnic area features the town's Communities in Bloom display, our namesake Indian Head statue, and washrooms.

Town Office Park
This park is also part of the Sunbeam Creek Trail. It features a Bandstand gazebo that is available for public use, and a picnic area with tables.

Veterans Memorial Park
Located at Otterloo and Houghton Street, this scenic, well treed park commemorates Indian Head residents who served their country. The park is ideal for family outings and picnics.

"Indian Head is blessed with a treed landscape like you will find in few other prairie towns. Trees are an important part of Indian Head's natural and cultural history. Few things contribute more to a town's livability, charm, character and natural beauty than abundant neighborhood trees. They create a sense of community identity that links past, present, and future generations."

 - Exerpt from "The Trees of Indian Head" by Bill Schroeder

The Town of Indian Head believes that trees are an asset, and enhance the quality of life in our community.  The Town of Indian Head Urban Tree Policy exists so that Citizens of Indian Head enjoy a safe, attractive, vibrant and sustainable community for a reasonable investment. To ensure the Urban Forest is properly maintained as an asset, an effective and efficient Urban Forestry Management Program will be implemented.

Indian Head Urban Tree Policy