Kyle is a town in Lacadena Rural Municipality No. 228, Saskatchewan, Canada. The town had a population of 423 in the 2006 Census. The village was named for its original settler, Jeremiah Kyle, in 1923.
The town of Kyle is centered in the midst of prime grain and cattle land and has much to offer. Visitors to Kyle enjoy the Annual Walleye Tournament, the Kyle Community Rodeo, a visit to Wally the Woolly Mammoth in Wally Park, Clearwater Drive-In Theatre, the Kyle & District Museum, a golf course, ball diamonds, campsites, on-going events at the Sports Centre and the friendliness of small town businesses.
Both nearby Clearwater Lake Regional Park and Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park provide beaches, camping, golfing, boating, fishing and hiking while abundant wildlife provides excellent hunting.
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