We have an abundance of amazing Saskatoon Indoor Play Centres. Lots of families in the city are feeling the sting of cabin fever and looking for somewhere for squirrely kids to burn some of that boundless energy! Lucky for Saskatonians, there is no shortage of places to get active AND stay warm in our fine city!

AWESOME Saskatoon Indoor Play Centres (and some just outside the city)

The Backyard (2426 Dudley Street)

All the fun of your backyard INDOORS at these indoor bouncy castles with more! They are open Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm.


Sunshine Inclusive Playhouse (Unit 104-2750 Faithfull Avenue)

If you are looking for a home away from home for your kids or for adults with disabilities and special needs, Sunshine Inclusive Playhouse creates a safe and unique special needs play space. Play-time is by pre-booked appointments and it can be done online.


Apex Trampoline Park (3910 Burron Ave.)

Apex Trampoline Park boasts over 10 000 square feet of trampolines! It won’t take long to and tire out kids here. This facility is wall-to-wall fun and action! You can even book your time online.


Lawson Heights Mall (Primrose Dr.)

Bring toddlers and pre-schoolers to the food court in Lawson Heights Mall to enjoy the soft, enclosed, CLEAN, and free play structure! The food court also has a few lego tables.


Flynn’s Forest (214 Joseph Okemasis Dr.)

Flynn’s Forest has fun climbing equipment and is the ideal place for kids to put some of their boundless energy to good use. For parents’ comfort, the facility also boasts a completely enclosed toddler area, natural lighting, and fantastic lattes!

The Fun Factory (1633C Quebec Avenue)

The Fun Factory has 2850 square feet with an Ocean Themed Play Unit, arcade games and more.


Restaurant Play Areas (around Saskatoon)

The McDonalds restaurants on both Attridge Dr. and 8th St. have nifty little structures where younger kids can play for an hour or two as do the Burger King locations on 8th St. and Confederation Dr. Grab a coffee or snack or even splash out on a meal and let the kids burn energy somewhere that is not your living room!


Grip It (501 23rd St. West)

Saskatoon’s coolest climbing wall facility, Grip It is an ideal place for school-age kids to get out, get active, and get up in the city! Parents, join them in the challenge if you dare! You can check online for the occupancy capacity.


Gymnastics Drop-in (Marian Gymnastics, Taiso)

A number of gymnastics clubs in the city offer drop-in times on weekdays when parents can bring kids for a romp, a run, and a jump! Times vary seasonally and not all equipment is available for use, but your kids are sure to love it! See individual web pages for details.


City of Saskatoon Indoor Pools (Around Saskatoon)

Kids love swimming! And there’s no better time to warm up in a city pool (or hot tub!) than when it’s cold outside! Check out drop-in online for designated parent and tot, family, or public swim times! It’s not just swimming! Check out your local Leisure Centres to find out what else you can do!


Prairie Jurassic (618 Cynthia Street)

Laser tag, and so much more!


Clip and Climb (97 – 127 McLeod Ave)

Strap in for some fun at Saskatoon’s kid-friendly climbing facility! It’s best to book online first.


Stoked! Centre at Wilson’s Lifestyle Centre (303 Owen Manor)

You will find an electric go-kart facility, SkyRail/SkyTrail, a bowling alley and arcade.


Kidz Castle (714 Circle Drive E)

It’s token games and total fun at the Kid’s Castle on Circle Drive. This place is ideal for the little ones and FULL of space for kids to turn cabin fever into EPIC memories.


SSCI Indoor Playgroup

Tons of space and free play are the names of the game at Henk Ruys Indoor Soccer Fields on weekday mornings. This is an opportunity for preschool kids to use riding toys and engage in other physical activities while babes and toddlers can relax on the less-harried side of the field which comes complete with bouncers and age-appropriate toys!


Nutrien Wonderhub (950 Spadina Cres E)

Saskatchewan’s children’s museum is open. Bridging the gap between school and home and building lasting connections through the power of play. It’s full of fun for all ages.


The Park YXE (402 47th Street E)

This is an indoor playground and cafe. The Park brings a bit of an outdoor playground and patio atmosphere inside for your family to enjoy.


DJ’s Adventureland (318 Edson Street)

DJs Adventureland is a safe, warm environment for your little ones to come to enjoy some free play. They have a massive soft play structure, a toddler-only area, a massive ball pit, climbing apparatus.


CJ’s Climb and Play (Bay 4 – 619 South Railway St. W., Warman)

A trip to Warman is well worth the drive for this top-notch indoor play centre! CJ’s lets parents cozy up with a nice drink in lounge seating while kids, toddler to school-age, enjoy everything CJ’s has to offer. You can check out their times and hours here.


Get out and enjoy any of these indoor play centres in Saskatoon!