Indoor Play Places

When it’s cold outside and that playground is covered in ice, what’s a parent with antsy kids to do? Head to one of the many indoor play places where kids can run, jump and play while you relax and oversee in comfort.

Get Ready to Drive Your Kids up the Wall at Clip ‘n Climb

Drive your kids up the wall at Clip ‘n Climb! Saskatoon’s coolest climbing facility offers a variety of unique and FUN surfaces that will drive your kids up the wall! Clip ‘n Climb When: Mon thru Thursday (4 – 10pm) Friday (1 – 10pm), Saturdays 10am – 10pm, Sundays 10am
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SSCI Indoor Playgroup is a Great Place for them to Burn Off Steam!

Looking for a place for little ones to burn off some steam? Try SSCI Indoor Playgroup! This is a non-registered playgroup entirely for free play and fun! Just bring little ones to the Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre and let them run, play, and interact! Toys are provided! Booking is
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AMP up the Fun at Coolest Place in Town–The Fun Factory

Head over to the Fun Factory with the family and enjoy 1600 square feet of excitement. Have fun in the special toddler area (ages 1-3 years) with their ball pit and slides while the older children play in the arcade to win redemption tickets for great prizes. Play a game
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Kids 10 and Over! Try Your Hand at Axe-Throwing at TimberJAXE Throwing Sports

Did you know kids 10 and over can try their arm at axe throwing? At TimberJAXE throwing sports, families can enjoy this past time by dropping in, booking a time, or as a party! TimberJAXE Throwing Sports When: See website Where: 1415 Ontario Ave. Website: www.timberjaxe.ca

Lawson Play Area
Parents of Preschoolers and Toddlers! Check Out Saskatoon’s Newest Indoor Play Area

Check out Saskatoon’s newest indoor play area for preschoolers and toddlers! The indoor Lawson Play Area is located at Lawson Heights Mall near the new Safeway, and it is FREE! Lawson Play Area When: Open Mall Hours Where: Lawson Heights Mall, Primrose Dr. Website: www.mallatlawsonheights.com

Prairie Jurassic
8 Ways to Play at the Newly Opened Prairie Jurassic Family Fun Centre!

There’s a new kid in town! Prairie Jurassic, which opened in Fall 2017, is a one-of-a-kind attraction that has something for everyone in the family! It marries a Jurassic theme to the best technology in arcade games, laser tag, and black light, a combination, says owner Troy Burke, that is
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City of Saskatoon Leisure Centre
City of Saskatoon Leisure Centres for Families : At a Glance

Find you fit at a City of Saskatoon Leisure Centre! From swimming pools to fitness rooms to walking tracks, these 7 fantastic facilities have something for everyone in the family. Whether you’re looking for some indoor fun, looking to drop off little ones with a childminder while you get some
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City Park Toy Library: Noise is Encouraged

I’m seven years old…it’s Christmas morning…and maniacally torn wrapping paper reveals the iconic transformer Optimus Prime (leader of the Autobots, thank you very much) Santa had come through! To this day, that remains my most cherished childhood memory. I played with Prime until he was so beaten and broken that
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Warm Up your Weekday Morning with Drop-in Gymnastics in Saskatoon! Try Taiso

Looking for drop-in gymnastics in Saskatoon? Try Taiso’s preschool drop-in mornings! This program runs Wednesday mornings. The cost is $5/child. Note: GymSask Fee is required. ($30 – one time only). Drop-in Gymnastics in Saskatoon (Taiso) When: Tuesday mornings (September through June) Time: 9:30am – 11:30am Where: Taiso Gymnastics, 1521 Quebec
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CJ’s Climb and Play: Taking Play Structures to New Heights

Until you have kids you never truly appreciate the ‘art’ of a successful play area/play structure. I’m talking about those multi-level primary coloured fortresses made out of plastic and netting and ropes and slides and giant tubes and ball pits. Pre-kids, you walk right by them – usually with your
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