Spike-Ball is a great group game that has become extremely popular. In recent years parks across Saskatoon have become filled with groups of players trying their best to learn or master this entertaining and often challenging game.
Spike-Ball can be played anywhere anytime, but we want to share our 5 favorite spots to play in the Saskatoon area!!!!
Rotary Park would be considered by many Spike-ballers to be the number one spike ball destination. This park is located right in the middle of Saskatoon and has excellent parking. Rotary also has large amounts of grass space and a beautiful river view that stretches the entire length of the park. Spike-ballers in this park range from beginner to expert, so you can almost always find someone to play with!
University of Saskatchewan Bowl
The Bowl is another one of the great Saskatoon spots known for some great Spike-ball action. The Bowl is located right in the middle of some of the most beautiful buildings on campus. This spot shows off the beauty that the U of S campus has to offer. This Spike ball spot is often known to have some of the most excellent grass and can be usually quiet if that’s what you’re looking for!
Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park
This park isn’t as well known for being a Spike-ball hot spot, but it does have lots to offer. The area includes lots of parking with many different picnic and fire spots to choose from. It also has huge amounts of space in case you prefer to play in a calm and secluded place to play. It’s not the most well-known spot, but it’s worth a try!
Fred Heal Canoe Launch
This spot is a little off the beaten path but offers something that none of our other recommendations do………… Spike-ball on Sand. A massive sand bar can usually be found all summer at the river canoe launch, which makes for a great place to play. Lots of adventurers head out to the start to picnic an enjoy the sun, so why not bring along Spike-ball to keep everyone entertained
Another unconventional location for Spike ball, but it would almost be considered a necessity for Saskatoon. Once you get addicted to the great game waiting all winter to play won’t seem like an option. Some of the more hardcore Spike-ballers have been known to use the YMCA or U of S squash courts to indulge their desire to play, even a regular old gym works. These locations work great, and I am sure many of you can get even more creative when it comes to indoor Spike ball!!!