The Recreation Program coordinates with other FLMS departments and, among other things, plans and looks after parks and beaches in our community and also manages recreation and cultural activities for settlement residents.
You can find specific contact information on our Youth Services page or on our Community Services page.
Culture, Recreation & Parks provides funding to resident members, including individuals and groups, to participate in events and programs on or off the Settlement. Eligible events include organized sports and gym use fees for the Fishing Lake Lakeview gym.
Individuals may receive a maximum of $350 up to twice a year. An additional $500 may be awarded for excellence, at the discretion of the Community Programs Director. Participating in provincial try-outs is an example of excelling.
You can read the recreation sponsorship policy here.
Permits and Passes
Only Métis or members of the settlement are permitted to fish or hunt. You can contact our Recreation & Youth Worker for gymnasium passes.
For Riel Beach campground bookings, contact:
Elaine: 780-205-4724 or Leo: 780-871-8423
Members participate in a variety of sports activities, including:
• A baseball team and hockey team with two baseball fields and a hockey rink available in the community
• Competitions between schools take place at the end of the school year, with students preparing through the spring
• Quad derby
• Weights, cardio, machines and other options at the Fishing Lake Lakeview Gym
Riel Beach is located at the north end of Frog Lake, near Highway 583A. Frog Lake is 12 miles long, with a large sandy beach that’s ideal for fishing and boating. The campground is owned by Fishing Lake Métis Settlement and is equipped with washrooms, RV electric hookup, tenting area and firepits. It also has a playground area.
A summer manager is on site from May to the end of August.
Numerous social events take place throughout the year, including an annual Christmas concert and Christmas gala, Halloween parties and graduation celebrations.
Elders are also active in the settlement, organizing events and activities, such as suppers and bingos. Trips to Lac St. Anne Pilgrimage and Batoche are highlights in the elders’ program.