Kyle is a town in Lacadena Rural Municipality No. 228, in the province of 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. Kyle is 72 kilometres (45 mi) north of Swift Current, and is situated along the remains of the historic Swift Current-Battleford Trail, 201 kilometres (125 mi) south-west of Saskatoon, 320 kilometres (200 mi) west of Regina and 32 kilometres (20 mi) north of Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park on Highway 4. The Canada Post postal code for Kyle is S0L 1T0.
In 2006, Kyle had a population of 423 living in 218 dwellings, an -11.5% decrease from 1996. The town has a land area of 1.01 square kilometres (0.39 sq mi) and a population density of 419.5/km2 (1,087/sq mi).
The town is well-known locally both for being the site of a 12,000-year-old woolly mammoth discovery during road construction in 1964 (the bones of which are now on display at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina), and being the nearest community to La Reata Ranch, a working cattle ranch that doubles as a resort and allows guests to experience a real cowboy lifestyle first-hand.
Near the town of Kyle is the Clearwater Lake Regional Park. On the road to it stands one of the last few Drive-in theaters in Western Canada, which remains a very popular evening attraction for both young and old in the summer months. That drive-in is one of the few remaining in Saskatchewan. The others include the Jubilee Drive-In Theatre in Manitou Beach, the Prairie Dog Drive-in Theatre in Carlyle, the Moonlight Movies Drive-in in Pilot Butte, and the Twilite Drive-In Theater in Wolseley.