Regina Neighbourhoods Page Four

​Woodland Grove

A growing neighbourhood, Woodland Grove features a brand new 24-hour gym, a cafe, a salon and an esthetics shop. The homes in the area are almost entirely 1980s construction and newer, including condominium complexes that cater to everyone from young professionals to empty-nesters. Houses tend to be spacious and modern in style, while condos vary from elegant and expansive to modest and practical. Woodland Grove offers options for everyone.

Close to the East end’s impressive shopping district, featuring some famous big box stores in addition to local niche shops, Woodland Grove is a growing community. Development continues to the East, building on the largest residential area in the city.

The Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre, including the Sunrise branch of the public library, offers community programming for everyone from toddlers to seniors, as well as swimming and a full gym. Jack MacKenzie public elementary school is within walking distance of every house in the area, and both public and separate high schools are within reasonable driving distance. Woodland Grove has something to offer everyone.

​Windsor Park

Built in the 1990s and 2000s, Windsor Park is an elegant and modern neighbourhood featuring acres of greenspace and a man-made lake, both complemented by walking and bike paths throughout. Close to the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre, which houses the Sunrise Library, and the newly built Jack Mackenzie public elementary school, Windsor Park has everything needed to keep young families active and busy.

Condominiums and large family homes boast the best in modern living, with beautiful design, multiple bathrooms and open layouts. Close enough to the East end to enjoy its shopping, restaurants and services, Windsor Park is still far enough away to maintain its neighbourhood feel. Prince of Wales Drive, Arcola Avenue, and Victoria Avenue provide access to downtown and the Ring Road, making all of Regina only a short drive away.

Geared toward luxurious living, Windsor Park is a perfect area for those who demand the best of life.

​Wood Meadows

Walking distance to excellent bus routes, the Sunrise library, the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre, and premium shopping and restaurants, Wood Meadows would seem to be a busy neighbourhood. Residents would tell you that it’s a quiet, calm residential area. It’s just the access to everything one could want that makes it so noteworthy.

Homes in Wood Meadows are predominantly owned, single family homes built in the 1970s and 80s. Big backyards are excellent for entertaining and barbecues. Garages allow plenty of space for hobbyists. Bordered by a creek surrounded by bicycling and walking paths, there is ample green space to make for long, evening strolls and casual conversation. Relaxing is easy in this laid-back neighbourhood.

Arcola Avenue and Victoria Avenue provide the main routes into the city and all around it. Commuters can catch the bus at one of many stops in the area, and students at Balfour Collegiate and Miller Comprehensive high schools have direct routes. Elementary schools in the area include both W.F. Ready public and St. Marguerite Bourgeoys separate.

Wood Meadows is a remarkably quiet neighbourhood, populated by residents who appreciate balance in life. Nearby schools and activities to entertain the kids, shopping and services on Quance Street, and a relaxed, carefree vibe make this neighbourhood a gem.

​Airport Industrial

The Airport Industrial area is home to Regina International Airport, numerous couriers, car rental companies, RCMP ‘F’ Division hangar, the city’s only off-leash dog park, and the Craig golf

course/Caledonian Curling Club. The area has no residential zoning, but provides many invaluable services.


Lakeview is a mature neighbourhood, nestled in the city’s South end. Large lots and old-growth trees line the wide residential streets in this quiet, family-friendly neighbourhood. Schools in the area include Argyle, Athabasca, and Lakeview public elementary schools, St. Pius X separate elementary school, as well as Sheldon-Williams Collegiate and Regina Christian high schools. The Lakeview Par 3 Golf Course, Goldenmile Shopping Centre (which features bowling, billiards, shopping and a discount movie theatre), large greenspaces, and nearby Wascana Lake provide endless amounts of entertainment and leisure activities.

Situated between Albert Street and Lewvan Drive, Lakeview is perfect for commuters. The Regina International Airport is only a few minutes drive, allowing for easy business travel. Fitness clubs, restaurants and all kinds of nearby amenities keep residents’ needs satisfied. Lakeview is a great neighbourhood for those who enjoy the peaceful side of city life without sacrificing the accoutrements that come with city living.

​Parliament Place

The Parliament Place neighbourhood is great for active families and retirees. Quiet, tree-lined streets provide access to plenty of green spaces, the South Leisure Centre, and great golfing. The mid-sized and larger homes provide more than enough square footage for families of all sizes, without the costs of new homes.

Parliament Place is close to Dr. A.E. Perry and Dr. Ethel Milliken public and Deshaye separate elementary schools, and only a short drive to Campbell Collegiate, Sheldon Williams Collegiate and Leboldus high schools. Shopping for clothes, groceries, home furnishings, or whatever suits your fancy is a breeze, with the Goldenmile Shopping Centre, Southland Mall and Harbour Landing’s newest shops all nearby. Restaurants, movie theatres, and childcare are all easily accessible to residents of beautiful Parliament Place.

Commuting to downtown, or almost anywhere, is simple and quick via Albert Street, Ring Road, and Lewvan Drive. Parliament Place has what modern families are looking for.

​River Heights

Home to Athabasca public elementary school and Sheldon Williams Collegiate, River Heights is a cozy neighbourhood with good access to main routes throughout the city, while maintaining its relaxed residential pace. Homes in the area are large enough to accommodate families, but the area suits singles and couples as well. Wascana Lake is only a short walk away, and the creek runs through River Heights along its maze of pathways and parks.

Recreational space, including baseball diamonds and play structures, as well as top-level fitness facilities and racquetball courts keep residents active. Shopping at the new Harbour Landing development is the best in town, and new retailers are opening regularly. Spas, restaurants, and other services are only a short jaunt from River Heights.

The beauty and serenity of River Heights’ creek and pathways perfectly complement the large lots, splendid houses, and friendly atmosphere.

Tim Lipp
Regina Realtor®
Royal LePage Next Level