Village of Quill Lake

Village of Quill Lake



Facilities & Activities

Our community is pleased to offer a variety of activities and facilities to its residents and visitors. We pride ourselves on the contributions of our community and the spirit it enbodies.

Local Facilities

Quill Lake Community Center

Quill Lake Community Hall

Our community center is a well maintained facility that hosts a number of community events and functions such as weddings, parties, caberets holiday functions and more. It features a stage, full sized kitchen, bar, and tables and seating for 350+. The hall and bar is operated by the local legion, and liquor licensing can be acquired for events. Optional catering/kitchen service is available though our Quill Lake Community Club.

Address: 46 Oswalt St, Quill Lake
Hall Phone Number:
Booking Info: Please call Sharon
at 306-383-7003

Quill Lake Sports Grounds

Quill Lake Sports Grounds

Our community sports ground features ball diamonds, track, and acres of space for outdoor community events, ball tournaments, sporting/track and field events, and more. The grounds also offer an indoor space that includes a kitchen/concession booth, washrooms, picnic tables, and BBQ. Perfect for indoor weather escapes and dining during sporting events, private events and celebrations. Operational from spring through fall.

Located on the east end of Saskatchewan Avenue, Quill Lake, Sk.

Booking Info: Please call Linda
at 306-383-7227

Quill Lake Memorial Arena

Quill Lake Memorial Arena

Built in 1967, the Quill Lake Memorial Arena features an open air hockey arena with an 80×180′ ice surface on one side of the building, and a three sheet curling rink on the other.  This arena hosts a number of local hockey teams, and is home to the Quill Lake Colts hockey team. Both the Ice and Curling rinks are only operational through the winter months.

Address: 43 Oswalt St, Quill Lake

The Arena is managed by the Quill Lake Recreation Board.

Please call Shelly at 306-383-7045 for more information

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #37

Connected to the Quill Lake Community hall is the 37th Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. This smaller room attached to the hall is used to facilitate the 37th branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, its members, and its collection of local and Canadian military history.

This room is also available for rent for smaller meetings, gatherings and business funtions. 

More information about Legion membership, and room booking can be found below.

Address: 46 Oswalt St, Quill Lake
Booking Info: 306-383-7003 (Sharon)
Branch #37 Facebook page 

Quill Lake Senior's Center

Quill Lake Senior Centre

The Quill Lake Senior center is a local community gathering place for senior residents in the community.

Regular bingo games and crib nights are scheduled along with special events, stew dinners, and other activities.

This space is also available for rental and community use.

#86 Main Street, Quill Lake, SK

Please call: Wally at 306-383-2500 for space booking and additional information

Quill Lake Library Branch

Quill Lake Library

 A branch of the Parkland Regional Library, the Quill Lake Library offers local library services including branch transfer and borrowing of books and materials within the entire regional library service area.

Address: 54 Main Street, Quill Lake

Open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Phone: (306) 383-2242




Quill Lake Centennial Golf Course

Quill Lake Centennial Golf Course

Located a 1/2 mile south of the village, the 9 hole golf course features a fun and challenging course to par. A natural creek flows though the course, and offers a welcoming spot to relax and enjoy a round. A new 9 hole mini golf course has been set up as well for kids of all ages!

$5/round or $8 all day play


$75 per year regular memebership
$20 per year for students
$125 per year for family

Please call Cory at 306-287-8103 or Steve at 604-798-0843 for more information.

Golf Simulator

Not great golfing weather? No problem!

Quill Lake now has it’s own golf simulator! Located on the upper floor of the curling rink, enjoy some down time with friends while practicing your back swing all year round.

Two hour time slots for $20 per round.

Please text David at 306-220-0835 for more information.

Quill Lake Campground

Quill Lake Campground

Located just south of Hwy 5 in Quill Lake, you can find the Quill Lake Campground. The campground has 8 powered sites – four 15 Amp stalls and four 30 Amp stalls with fire pit. There is a group kitchen, outhouses, and water tap (non-potable) available, along with a dumping station located just outside of the grounds. Open May – October.

$10/night for tents 
$20/night for powered site

Please call Denise at 306-287-8100 or Art at 306-383-7313  for more information.

Quill Lake Tot Lot -

Tot Lot

Our local playground received a makeover in 2015 with the help and support of local businesses and volunteers.

Located on Goode Street between Assinaboine and Saskatchewan Avenues.

Snowmobile Trails

Snowmobile Trails

Every winter our local snowmobile club, the Quill Lake Trail Twisters groom and maintain a line of trail and help promote and host sno mobile rallys and derbys in the area.

For updated information, check out thier group page on Facebook.

Quill Lake Air Landing Strip

Quill Lake Air Strip

Also located aproximatly 1/2 mile south of town across from the Campground is a night-lit aircraft landing strip that is used primarily by local pilots, crop sprayers, and STARS air ambulance.


Local Organizations

Quill Lake Community Club

Founded in 1914 under the original name of the ‘Homemakers Club’,  the Quill Lake Community Club is a strong group of community oriented individuals who volunteer their time and talents with a number of community and fundraising projects that take place in town. Most notable is providing catering and kitchen services at the community hall for local events, including weddings, funerals, organizational gatherings and more. 

For more information, or event booking please call Jocelyn at 306-530-3123

Royal Canadian Legion #37

Connected to the Quill Lake Community hall is the 37th Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. The Quill Lake Branch is committed to the ongoing support in the lives of veterans and their families, providing service to our communities, and to the remembrance of the sacrifices made by those who have served for our country.

Branch Address: 46 Oswalt St, Quill Lake, SK

Mailing Address: PO Box 115, Quill Lake, SK, S0A 3E0

Facebook Page: Facebook Page


Quill Lake Seniors
The Quill Lake Seniors Drop in Centre came into being in 1972 by the efforts put forth by the former Quill Lake Kinettes club to create a Senior Citizens Organization and drop-in centre for local area elders.

Since it’s official opening in 1974, the Quill Lake Seniors Organization and the drop-in center have been a fixture on Main Street, and welcomes area seniors to come on out and join them for their regular card and bingo games!

Please call Wally at 306-383-2500 for more club and senior activity information.

Sports & Recreation Groups 

Teams of all ages ranging from Learn to Play, all the way to our Adult Quill Lake Colts team, this town loves hockey! For current team and league information please contact the Quill Lake Rec Board at 306-383-7045 (Shelly).

Quill Lake Hockey Arena


Calls for mens, ladies, and mixed curling teams and bonspiels are posted in December/January and continue through March/April. Please contact 306-383-7045 for information.

Quill Lake Minor ball 
Teams of all ages ranging from Learn to Play, to Under 15 are organized to play against other local community teams. Runs from snow melt (April/May) until the end of June. Please contact Kayla at 306-560-7096

Quill Lake Minor Soccer
Organized outdoor Soccer for kids 4-15 begins in May/June – Contact Marla at 306-260-1804 for more info.

Quill Lake School of Dance
Various dance styles taught to school age students including ballet, tap, hip-hop, jazz and more. Runs from fall until April’s annual recital. Please contact Heidi at 306-554-8203 for more info.

Quill Lake School of Dance and Highland Dance Clubs

Highland Dance Club  Traditional Scottish highland dance is taught to school aged students ages beginning in the fall, through the winter with optional regional competitions held into the spring. The group preforms and celebrates cultural tradition at the group’s annual Robbie Burns Night held every January. For more information contact Megan at 306-383-7550.


Places of Worship

St. Catherine’s Parish

St. Catherine's Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Church
Weekend Mass: Rotates among three parishes: Watson (Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish), Englefeld (Holy Guardian Angels Parish) and Quill Lake (St. Catherine’s Parish).

  • Saturday 7:00 p.m.
  • Sunday 9:00 a.m.
  • Sunday 11:00 a.m

All weekend mass and weekday liturgy schedules can be found on their website and Facebook Page.

Phone: 306-287-3260
Church Address:
24 Phillips Street,
Quill Lake, SK

Mailing Address:
PO Box 189, Watson SK S0K 4V0

Wesley United Church

United Church

Sunday service rotates between Quill Lake (Wesley United Church) and Watson’s Trinity United Church. Please visit their facebook page for updated schedules.

Phone: (306) 383-2321

Address: 22 Goode Street, Quill Lake, SK

Evangelical Free Church

Founded in 1969, this church is an independant work and not affiliated with any denomination.

Address: 39 Oswalt Street,
Quill Lake, SK

Phone: (306) 383-4132


Quill Lake Cemetery

Quill Lake Cemetery

The Quill Lake Cemetery is located 1/2 mile northeast of Quill Lake on the 640 grid, and is overseen by the Quill Lake Cemetery Association.

A memorial fund has been set up to pay for on going caretaking expenses, with an additional Tea and Bake Sale held every June.

If you would like to donate to the Memorial Fund, please send donations to:

Quill Lake Cemetery Association
PO Box 569,
Quill Lake, SK S0A 3E0

or e-transfer to:
Please be sure to include your mailing address for your receipt.

For plot/internment information, please call the village office at 306-383-2592

Quill Lake Cemetery Map