Outdoor Recreation Facilities
There’s no excuse for being bored in Kimberley – just head outside for fun and fresh air!
The City of Kimberley maintains and operates a variety of outdoor recreation and athletic facilities. Click the links below for facility locations and additional details.
For more information or to book baseball or soccer fields, please contact Parks, Recreation and Facilities at 250.427.9660 or Operations@Kimberley.ca
- Baseball and soccer fields
- Basketball courts
- Children’s playgrounds
- Lawn bowling
- Outdoor rinks
- Skate park and mountain bike skills park
- Tennis courts
- Rotary Park - Rotary Drive at McKenzie Street.
- Coronation Park - 4th Avenue, behind Centennial Centre.
- Central Park - 308 Avenue and 303 Street in Marysville
- Purcell Park - Jim Ogilvie Way in Marysville
- Lois Creek Park – intersection of Moyie Street and 5th Avenue
- Swan Park - corner of Swan Avenue and Diamond Street
In addition, most schools in the community have outdoor courts.
- Rotary Park – Rotary Drive at McKenzie Street. Public washrooms are open seasonally.
- Lois Creek Park – intersection of Moyie Street and 5th Avenue.
Lawn bowling greens are located at McDougal Park, at 500 Rossland Boulevard in the Townsite area of Kimberley. The facility is operated by community volunteers.
For more information, contact Cori Barraclough at 250.427.0348.
Kimberley’s outdoor natural ice rink located at the corner of 6th Avenue and Moyie Street in the Townsite area of town. It is open from December 22nd to February 22nd each year, weather-permitting. This ice rink is a natural ice rink available for community use, free of charge. The condition of the rink is changeable due to weather conditions. No play is permitted after 10:00 pm.
Neighbourhood ice rinks are located at Swan Park (corner of Swan Avenue and Diamond Street) and Garden Park (at the end of Dewolfe Avenue). These rinks are maintained by local residents and are available for public use. The season begins when weather conditions permit, usually from mid-December until mid-January.
Outdoor community tennis courts are located at Rotary Park - Rotary Drive at McKenzie Street.
Kimberley has two indoor tennis courts located on Halpin Street behind Selkirk Secondary School. The courts are operated by a non-profit society and are open year-round.
See www.kimberleyindoortenniscourts.com for more information.