Arborg has many recreational, sporting and cultural activities available.
The Arborg Recreation Complex boasts a number of facilities. Located at the North end of Ingolfs Street, the complex houses a skating arena, curling rink, community hall, and a ball park. The complex is home to a number of organized sports and activities such as minor and adult hockey teams, Jr B hockey club, skating club, minor soccer and a pickle ball club. In the summer of 2009 we officially opened the Noventis Aquatic Centre, which had been much anticipated. This is also the location of the World's largest Curling Rock, honouring 2 local teams who made it to the Provincials, one of which went on to win the Nationals.
Our public library is located in the historic CPR station on Main Street, in the heart of the commercial section of town.
The library also boasts a beautiful and serene Park with benches and picnic tables for your enjoyment. Periodically, performances on the Main Street Stage, located North of the Library Park, are provided for your entertainment. 
The Town has numerous walking trails and paths throughout the Town as well as along the picturesque Icelandic River. Two walking bridges, installed each spring, allow you to cross the Icelandic River at the West boundary of the Town and as well as on the East side where you can quickly access the Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village site (see below for more info).  These walking bridges were constructed in 2016 by Okno Manufacturing, located right in Arborg. The new aluminum bridges were only made possible with the funding assistance of the Canada 150 Fund. Lasting memories of a significant year in the history of Canada. 
An active Gardening Club ensures a colourful array of plantings throughout the Town maintained by willing volunteers. This club continues to enhance the beauty and serenity of the Town with their floral additions.  
Located a short distance East on Highway 68 is the Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village. Through the efforts of volunteers and community donations, the Village now hosts historic homes, a church, hall, school and accommodates travelers with their campground, featuring serviced sites. Many buildings have complete renovations and tours are conducted throughout the summer. Additions to the site are ongoing. 2017 saw the installation of a newly constructed seasonal walking bridge across the Icelandic River. This bridge, constructed with the assistance of Canada 150 funding, allows you to walk directly to the Village. The bridge is located off River Road between David and Benson Streets. This bridge may be removed each spring prior the river flooding and put back in place when the flooding threat has passed.