Parks and Recreation

Argyle Centennial Park

Argyle Park resides in Baldur, along Carrie Avenue and Fourth Street. It is home to the Baldur Regals, and the beautiful baseball and softball diamonds. The park is nestled alongside the beautiful Oak Creek, home to many flora and fauna. In addition, there is also a walking trail along the creek that is home to amazing prairie sunsets and of course, nature! This park is also home to a well-treed campground and park, with 12  fully serviced sites (30 amp/Sewer/Water), a non-serviced area, as well as washrooms for campers' use.

Rates are $35/night for serviced and $25/night un-serviced. Sites can be reserved or simply show up and pick the site that works best for you. E-transfers can be sent to or there is a drop box on the north side of the washrooms. 

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Veteran Park

Veteran Park is the newest park in Baldur. It hosts a picnic shelter that resembles the old railway station, a beautiful flower bed and an immaculate brick path, as well as public washrooms. Whether you are passing through or staying a while, this is a great place to have a rest, or enjoy a picnic!

Baldur's Walking Trail

Hikers can take a nice stroll on the west side of town on the beautiful walking trail. The trail visits many scenic spots and is home to beautiful trees, and flowers that run alongside the creek and are home to a variety of wildlife.

Other Attractions

Argyle museum

The Argyle Museum is a must-see when in Baldur.  It began with multiple pieces of medical equipment donated from the practice of Dr. G. E. Hanks which he used throughout his long career.  In addition to the medical showcase, there is a WWl and WWll display, and an Icelandic exhibit (a new edition to the museum).  The Icelandic exhibit features a hand-painted mural and many other interesting artifacts.  Other historic displays can be found throughout the Argyle Museum.