Mosaic Place is a state of the art recreational and entertainment facility which is home to the Western Hockey League Moose Jaw Warriors, and plays host to National and International concerts, entertainment and sporting venues. Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre is located within the Mosaic Place recreational facility.
Yara Centre is a multi-sport and recreational facility open to the public and offers a wide variety of recreational and sports programs for all ages.
The City of Tunnels of Moose Jaw. The Tunnels of Moose Jaw’s ‘Chicago Connection’ celebrates Moose Jaw’s notorious underworld past during the 1920s featuring bootlegging, gambling, and even Al Capone. The Tunnels of Moose Jaw also details the lives of Chinese immigrants underground at the Turn of the Century in ‘Passage to Fortune’ tour.
The Temple Gardens Mineral Spa located in beautiful historic downtown offers first class hotel and convention facilities with 183 rooms. Temple Gardens Mineral Spa pool uses geothermal waters for health enhancement. The Oasis Life Enhancement Centre offers a variety of spa treatments such as massage, reflexology, and advanced body, skin, and nail care.
Casino Moose Jaw features electronic games, 150 slot machines and table games such as Roulette, Let it Ride Bonus, and Black Jack. The casino is adjacent to the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa.
The Moose Jaw Trolley Company builds on the rich history of Moose Jaw by replicating one of the original electric cable trolleys that were operational from 1911-1932. The Moose Jaw Trolley Company offers a guided historic tour of Moose Jaw. The tour guides will point out and provide details on historic homes and businesses, interesting facts and legends, and profile Moose Jaw’s 33 murals. Trolley runs May to October, actual start dates vary upon the weather.
Western Development Museum/History of Transportation is themed the ‘Story of Transportation’ and traces history relating to aviation, railways, surface and water travel on the prairies, including an auto collection, antique snowmobiles, and vintage aircraft, the Snowbird Gallery, and the only short line steam railway functioning in Saskatchewan.
Festival of Words: This summer festival celebrates and promotes the imaginative uses of language, oral, and written to entertain and enlighten audiences. The Festival provides inspiring and entertaining programs for diverse ages and interest groups in many areas such as fiction, poetry drama, non-fiction, filmmaking, song, comedy, journalism, and storytelling.
Most events and facilities are situated within the City of Moose Jaw.
Recreation and sport: Green spaces are abundant in Moose Jaw. The City Parks Department administers six major community parks, as well as numerous neighbourhood parks.
The Wakamow Valley offers a variety of recreation facilities set in a natural environment including picnic and barbeque sites, waking, biking and hiking trails, playgrounds, and canoe launch.
Swimming Pools: Kinsmen Sportsplex indoor aquatic centre. A variety of activities are available for swimmers and non-swimmers. Waterslides, diving towers, zero depth beach pool, water toys, and steam and sauna facilities all make for an enjoyable water experience.
Ice Skating: The Parks and Recreation Department operates and maintains four (4) indoor artificial ice surfaces in the city. The Kinsmen Arena and Pla-Mor Palace (2 ice rinks) are home to numerous minor sport programs including speed skating, figure skating, hockey, and general public skating. The Civic Centre is home to the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League.
Curling: Hillcrest Sports Centre operates 12 sheets during the winter. A Pro Shop is also present within the complex. 15 Wing also operates a 4-sheet facility. Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre is located within the Mosaic Place recreational facility.
Golf: The City is home to three 18-hole golf courses.