The community of Lundar is a regional service centre supporting the agricultural, fishing, recreation and tourism industries. In addition to offering excellent opportunities for fishing and hunting, the area is well known internationally for its wildlife management areas including marsh bird nesting and refuge areas.

There are many organizations and facilities in the R. M. of Coldwell that residents may patronize to stay busy all seasons of the year. With a focus on sports, the organizations and activities offer something for children, young people, and adults.

During the winter months there are various sports to partake in, such as hockey, figure skating, ringette, snowmobiling, ice-fishing and cross country skiing. Different levels of most team sports exist to accommodate the wide range of ages that play them. Lundar has an indoor skating rink with artificial ice.

Summer sports include baseball, water sports and swimming. In addition to the various team sports, Lundar has a golf course which offers 18 holes of golf with grass greens, watered fairways and a licensed clubhouse. There is also a Junior Olympic outdoor swimming pool which offers lessons and public swimming.

Lundar has a community hall and a Royal Canadian Legion hall that cater to a wide variety of events and community groups. Wedding socials, bingos, dances, and Christmas concerts are some of the things that go on throughout the year.

Secluded campsites, boat launching, and spectacular beaches can be found at Lundar Provincial Recreation Park located west of Lundar.

During the month of June the annual Lundar Agricultural Fair is held, at which time the local 4-H Clubs hold their achievement and cattle auction. There is also a horse show, live entertainment, craft displays, a mid-way and the Miss Interlake Pageant.

One can also visit or participate in the Farmers Market which is held every Friday during the summer. Fresh vegetables, baking, and produce, as well as crafts, can be purchased. For the sportsmen, Lundar hosts the "All Canadian Goose Shoot" in October which attracts hunters from all over Western Canada and the United States.