Kinsmen MacKay Park is equipped with multiple playground structures, shale ball diamonds to accommodate baseball, fastball and slo-pitch teams. Picnic area under a shaded gazebo makes the perfect area to enjoy an outdoor lunch or evening supper with family and friends. 

Kinsmen MacKay Park is also home to the Wildlife Federation Trout Pond. Featuring a bridge and gazebo surrounded by our beautiful trail systems leading you through mature trees, over bridges and around our river system.



Lion’s Park features swing sets, playground, sand box, basketball court, shaded gazebo picnic area and so much more!

Lion’s Park is also home to Tisdale’s Spray Park for a hot summer days’ fun! Free of charge and open all summer long leaves for no boring days!

Memorial Park is in the heart of downtown Tisdale.  It features multiple playground equipment, swing sets and picnic areas.

The Cenotaph Memorial Tower centers the Memorial Park featuring the Veterans who battled for our freedom.

Montgomery Park – also in the heart of downtown Tisdale – features the Town of Tisdale’s Bee, a beautiful waterfall and trail through the center of the park.

The town’s bee was originally unveiled on October 5, 1993 and was named the World’s Largest Honey Bee measuring at 18 feet long, 4 feet wide and 6 feet high. It is constructed of metal and fiberglass and weights approximately 2 tons. 

The bee had many homes – originally located at the corner of Highway 3 and 35 and had been moved to Montgomery Park in 2013 where it now is displayed for all to see.

Ronnie’s Park – located in the North end of town – features a playground and grassed area in our Summer months and hosts an outdoor ice surface in Winter.