RECREATION & LEISURE
November 2012 - The Village of Pemberton & Lil'wat Nation partner for Recreation Facilities Study for Pemberton Area & Mount Currie. Visit the Recreation Facilities Feasibility page to learn more.
Recreation services are administered by the Squamish Lillooet Regional District. The Pemberton Valley Utilities & Services (PVUS) Committee advises on recreation programming, services and budgeting. To view agenda and minutes from PVUS meetings, click here (you will be taken to the SLRD website)
- Download the Recreation Guide (this will take you to the SLRD website)
- Learn more about the Recreation Subsidy Program
- Learn more about the Recreation Centre Programs
Pemberton Community Centre
The Pemberton Community Centre is a joint asset of the Village of Pemberton and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, administrated by the SLRD's Pemberton Valley Utility and Services Committee (PVUS). Showers are available at the Community Centre for a cost of $3.00.
Cottonwood Community Centre
7390 Cottonwood Street
PO Box 104
Pemberton BC V0N 2L0
Recreation Programs: Peter Duhault, firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Centre: Geoff Pross, email@example.com , 604.932.9883
For information on the Pemberton Childrens Centre, which is an organization separate from the Community Centre, please visit their website at www.pembykids.com
As Mount Currie as a backdrop, Pemberton Parks offer some of the most spectacular views. Learn more about Pemberton Parks & 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.