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Outdoor Facilities

The Municipality of WestLake-Gladstone was successful in receiving the Building Sustainable Communities Grant for Upgrades to Einarson Park and the Community of Langruth. The Municipality partnered with the Langruth Community Initiatives Development Corporation (LICDC) to make this exciting project happen and would like to thank them for their partnership. Improvements included landscaping Einarson park, new picnic tables and fire pits for the campground, signage, benches, dual stream waste and recycling bins for the community and a new sidewalk along the park. The project began fall 2021 and is anticipated to have all works completed spring of 2022


Gladstone Swimming Pool 

88 5th Street, Gladstone MB

The Gladstone Outdoor Swimming Pool operates between the months of June to August.

Situated near the Gladstone Campground, the new pool will feature several leisure amenities, including:

zero-depth beach-like entry 

Integrated wading pool

Lazy river    

Water Umbrella sprinkler and geysers

Diving board 

Grassed lounge area with picnic tables. 

Water slide

Brand new pool building with beautiful change rooms.


      For more Information CLICK HERE!

Admission Costs:

Single Session:
Adult (14 and older) - $7.00
Youth (5 to 13) - $5.00

Infant (4 and Under) - FREE (With Paid Adult Admission)

Season Passes:
Family Pass (One family unit that resides in same household) $200.00
Single Pass: $100.00

Punch Cards: (10 Swims)
13 and Under $25.00
15 and Older $35.00

Swimming Lessons:
Level 1-4 $65.00
Level 5-10 $70.00

Pool Rental:


Private Pool Booking Fees: $ 140 PER HOUR (Up to 60 people)

$35 PER HOUR if extra lifeguard is needed.

 Swimming Lesson's 

Not sure what level to register in with the change from Red Cross to Swim for Life Swimming Lesson's?  CLICK HERE  to determine the level you need!


Contact the Westbourne Longburn Community Hall for more information! 

Gladstone Golf & Country Club

Just four kilometers south of Gladstone, surrounded by farmland, is a quaint nine-hole golf course that presents several unique challenges.

The Gladstone Golf and Country Club, measuring 3,051 yards from the white tees and 2,725 from the red markers, is both a tricky track in terms of driving accuracy with trees surrounding one or both sides of several holes, and putting difficulties abounding on large topsy-turvy putting surfaces.

One look at the scorecard, especially the last five holes, and you might think this par-36 layout is one that can produce low scores. It can, but only if you’re driving the ball where it’s meant to go.

Gladstone is first and foremost a tee-shot course where everything that follows depends on your position following your first swing on any given hole.

That becomes apparent right off the opening hole, a par 5 measuring 515 yards.

Left is a no-no as trees and an out-of-bounds-area line that side of the hole, while full-grown trees sporadically appear right of the fairway. A good drive might give golfers a shot at reaching the green in two, but regardless of where your approach shot comes in from, the green — with out of bounds over it — is large and has runs off left, right and over the back.