MUNICIPAL PARKS

The Village of Pemberton has 14 parks within it's boundaries.  Whether you are looking for a quiet place to relax or a place to take the kids for an afternoon, our Village parks offer it all.

 

Local Parks Listing

ONE MILE LAKE PARK

Location: Highway 99 South - Exit left on Highway 99 South

Amenities include:

  • One Mile Lake Nature Centre (operated by the Stewardship Pemberton Society)
  • Playground equipment - swing set
  • Boathouse
  • 2 picnic tables
  • 2 bear bins (recycle and garbage)
  • Fully Accessible Boardwalk and Trail around One Mile Lake
  • Dog Beach
  • Doggie Bag dispenser
  • Lifesaving wheel
  • 4 bike racks
  • Gravel parking lot
  • Outhouse

PIONEER PARK

Location: 1382 Aster Street, behind Municipal Hall

Amenities include:

  • Gazebo
  • 1 picnic tables
  • 2 bear bins (garbage only)
  • 2 doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved street parking
  • Weekday access to public washroom located at Municipal Hall

NEIGHBOURHOOD PARKS

CREEKSIDE PARK/TENNIS COURTS

Location: Creekside Townhome Complex (Exit right from Highway 99 South)

Amenities:

  • 2 tennis courts
  • Female & Male public washrooms
  • 1 bear bin (garbage only)
  • 1 doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved parking lot for 4 vehicles

ZURCHER PARK

Location: 7400 Laurel Street, The Glen Neighbourhood.

Amenities:

  • Large, gravel based playground and equipment
    (tot & regular swing sets, slides, jungle gym/climbing structure)
  • 2 Picnic tables
  • 2 benches
  • 2 open style garbage bins
  • 1 doggie bag dispenser

UNDERHILL PARK

Location: Pioneer Junction Complex, located off of Vine Road.

Amenities:

  • Co-ed public washroom
  • Play structure with slides
  • Regular and tot swing set
  • Monkey bars
  • 1 Bear bin (garbage only)
  • 1 doggie bag dispenser
  • Picnic tables and benches
  • Paved parking

PATTY'S PARK

Location: Lot 21, Alder Drive

Amenities:

  • Sand box
  • Teeter totter
  • Sand digger
  • Benches

FOUGHBURG PARK

Location: Aster Street

Amenities:

  • Picnic tables
  • Gravel parking
  • Heritage buildings (Art Barn & Dyking District)

AIRPORT PARK

Location: Pemberton Regional Airport, Airport Road

Amenities:

  • 6 picnic tables
  • Covered gazebo structure w/ 2 picnic tables
  • 1 open style garbage can
  • 1 fire pit
  • Stone statue/recognition plaque
  • Paved parking lots

SPECIAL USE

PEMBERTON SKATE & BIKE PARK

Location: Cottonwood Street and Portage Road

Amenities:

  • Bike & Skate Skills Park

OLD COMMUNITY CENTRE FIELDS

Location: Pemberton Meadows Road

Amenities:

  • 2 softball pitches
  • 1 full size soccer field
  • 1 small size soccer field
  • Track and field track
  • Irrigation system
  • Picnic tables
  • Paved parking

SIGNAL HILL ELEMENTARY FIELDS

Location: 1410 Portage Road

Amenities:

  • 1 baseball pitch with 2 dugouts and ball park lighting
  • 1 volleyball net
  • 1 playground with slide and climbing structure
  • Picnic tables
  • 1 doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved parking

PEMBERTON HIGH SCHOOL FIELD

Location: 1400 Oak Street

Amenities:

  • 1 full size soccer field with permanent goal nets
  • Baseball pitch
  • 1 bear bin (garbage only)
  • 1 doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved parking

FRONTIER STREET LINEAR PARK

Location: Frontier Street

Amenities:

  • Greyhound terminal -regional and local public transit hub
  • 2 picnic tables
  • Benches
  • 1 bear proof garbage bin
  • Gravel parking along park; park is adjacent to parking lot

PEMBERTON MUSEUM PARK

Location: 7450 Pemberton Meadows Road

Amenities:

  • Museum site, historical buildings
  • Picnic table

PEMBERTON TRAILS

The Pemberton Valley Trails Association (PVTA) is a society dedicated to creating and maintaining an interconnected network of multi-use trails in the Pemberton Valley.  In cooperation with the Village of Pemberton, the SLRD, First Nations, the province of BC and local land owners, we aim to plan, develop and maintain a Pemberton trail system using off-road routes wherever possible, linking with developed areas.

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month between September and June at 7 pm in the Pemberton Community Centre.   Our Annual General meeting to elect new directors is held in March and the annual trail Maintenance day in April.

For trail maps and more information please visit the Pemberton Valley Trails Association website.