Recreation at BLCN

The Recreation Department is committed to ensuring all Beaver Lake Cree Nation citizens have the opportunity to participate in programs and activities that promote healthy and active lifestyles. Our goal is to promote the health and wellness of our community by increasing the diversity of recreational services available, by improving existing facilities, by encouraging physical fitness, and by participating in organized sports.

Six Beaver Lake Cree Nation youth qualified to compete (track and field and soccer) in the 2017 North American Indigenous Games being held in Toronto July 19 – 23. We will be sending a group of drummers and dancers, as well, to participate in the Opening Ceremonies and to perform at the Cultural Village.

PHONE: (780) 623-4549


Old Community Hall

The Old Community Hall is regularly used by families to host dinners, feasts, wakes, and funerals. The Elders Committee holds its monthly meeting at the old hall, and the Health Centre schedules a variety of club activities including art classes.

New Community Hall (Beaver Lake Multi-Purpose Building)

  • Band meetings
  • Round dances
  • Memorials
  • Fundraising dinners and dances
  • Training workshops
  • Treatment Centre recreational activities
  • Community bingo events
  • Portable basketball nets

The new hall contains a weight room with a variety of exercise equipment including:

  • Treadmills
  • Stepper and bike
  • Universal gym
  • Free weights

Softball/Fastball Diamond

Skate Park Ramps

Community Shared Facilities at Amisk (Park, Playground, Grass Field)


BLCN based ball teams from ages 5-17 years, competing in local Lakeland Minor Ball League in 2017. Co-ed Volleyball Leagues in Fall & Spring

PHONE: (780) 623-4549
FAX: (780) 623-4523

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