Playfields & Public Spaces
The City of Kimberley maintains and operates a variety of outdoor recreation and athletic facilities. Click HERE for facility locations and additional details.
For more information or to book outdoor spaces, please call 250-427-2983 or email email@example.com.
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Baseball and Soccer Fields
- 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
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- Lois Creek Park – intersection of Moyie Street and 5th Avenue
- Swan Park - corner of Swan Avenue and Diamond Street
- Stemwinder Drive
In addition, most school grounds have basketball courts and playfields.
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- Rotary Park – Rotary Drive at McKenzie Street. Public washrooms are open seasonally.
- Lois Creek Park – intersection of Moyie Street and 5th Avenue.
- Triangle Park - 401 Cranbrook Street
- Stemwinder Drive Park
- Lion's Park - 770 330 Street
- Most school grounds have playgrounds
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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.
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Kimberley's outdoor ice rinks are open yearly and are weather-permitting. Rinks are available for community use, free of charge. The condition of the rinks is changeable due to weather conditions. No play is permitted after 10:00 pm.
- Townsite Outdoor Rink is located at the corner of 6th Avenue and Moyie Street.
- Swan Park Rink is located at the corner of Swan Avenue and Diamond Street. It is maintained by local volunteers.
- Garden Park Rink is located at the end of Dewolfe Avenue and is maintained by local volunteers.
The season begins when weather conditions permit, usually from mid-December until mid-March. Click HERE to view pictures and find maps to Kimberley's outdoor rinks.
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The Rotary Splash Park is located on Rotary Drive in the Rotary Park grounds. It is open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm daily during summer months.
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Outdoor community tennis courts are located at Rotary Park - Rotary Drive at McKenzie Street.
Kimberley has 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 Kimberley Indoor Sport Centre for more information.
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Cominco Gardens - In 2022, Cominco Gardens is undergoing safety and maintenance upgrades. The park remains open to the public.
Established in 1927, Cominco Gardens is a 5-hectare property that boasts thousands of flowers annually, expansive views of the Mark Creek Valley, and surprising links to our mining history. During its operations, the Sullivan Mine, which was acquired by Cominco/Teck Resources, began producing its own brand of fertilizer from ore by-products. The gardens were designed as a natural way to show off the effectiveness of that fertilizer while creating a space of beauty for residents and visitors to enjoy. In 1987, the gardens were offered as a gift to the community, and remain a visual legacy today. They are now maintained by the non-profit Kimberley Community Development Society, and are a beloved part of any visitor’s itinerary here. The gardens bloom from spring to fall and are best enjoyed during the peak season from mid-July to mid-September.