Pemberton's Parks, Fields and Outdoor Spaces

Pemberton Meadow Fields

Pemberton Meadows Fields are located at the old high school site along Pemberton Meadows Road.


  • 1 softball pitch
  • 1 full-size soccer field
  • 1 small-size soccer field
  • Track and field track
  • Irrigation system
  • Paved Parking
  • Portable Bathrooms 
  • Doggie bag dispenser

Rozsypalek Park

Location: Pemberton Regional Airport, Airport Road


  • Picnic tables
  • Viewing benches
  • Covered gazebo structure 
  • Bear bin receptacle 
  • Paved parking lot

Outdoor Basketball Court

The Basketball Court is located in front of Signal Hill Elementary School at 1410 Portage Road in Pemberton.



  • 1 fenced in basketball court
  • Fenced in soccer nets
  • Garbage can


*Please note that the basketball court is closed during regular school hours. 


Alder Street Park

Location: Lot 21, Alder Drive


  • No amenities are currently in this park 

Spray Park

Warmer weather means it’s time for water fun for all ages at the Pemberton and District Community Centre Spray Park. The spray park is open May - September and during open hours you can activate the water system by push buttons. Regular operating hours are 10am to 8pm.

BMX Park

Location: East side of Cottonwood Street (across from Community Centre)


  • BMX Track
  • Benches
  • Snack Shack (operated by PBMX on race days)
  • Mini pump track (for run and small bikes)
  • Bear bin receptacles 

Den Duyf Park

Situated on the recreation lands located on Pemberton Farm Road East. 


  • 2 Grassy soccer fields
  • Mountain Bike Skills Park
  • Portable Bathrooms
  • Irrigation System
  • Gravel Parking
  • Garbage bins
  • Doggie bag dispenser

Coming soon:

  • Amenity Building (soon to be constructed) 
  • Baseball Diamond (to be considered in a future phase)
  • The site concept also includes a recreation complex (including arena and swimming pool), and parking fields which will be developed in phases as funding permits.

Visit the Den Duyf Park page to find out more.

Gates Lake Community Park

The park is approximately 3 acres and located on the north shore of Gates Lake, near the small community of Birken. Accessed from Portage Road, the site was purchased by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District in 2013 with the plan of developing a community park to enhance recreation and leisure opportunities in the Mount Currie to D’Arcy corridor. The site includes a large parking lot, bathroom and many grassy areas to enjoy. Bring a picnic lunch and plan to spend an enjoyable day in the park.

For more information visit

Children's Nature Play Park

**Closed for the season due to Construction**

The Nature Play Park has been designed to expand the outdoor play opportunities available at the Community Centre. The Park carefully integrates elements to support creative play, encourage confident exploration and help children develop a lasting affinity for the natural world. The park currently includes a natural grass maze, patio area, water feature with a decorative stream, adventure park style balancing elements, sandbox and natural rock seating. Expansion plans are based on grant funding. For more information on the park plan visit

Creekside Park

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


  • 2 tennis courts
  • Public washrooms
  • Bear bin garbage receptacle
  • Doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved parking lot for 4 vehicles

Booking the Fields

All parks and open spaces can be booked through the Pemberton and District Community Centre. To inquire about rental space and rates download the Park Use application form in PDF format. Completed form is to be returned to the Pemberton and District Community Centre or emailed to

Downtown Community Barn

Location: Birch Street @ Frontier Street


  • Benches
  • Picnic tables
  • Porta-potties (in the summer months)
  • Potable water
  • Electricity

Fougberg Park

Location: Aster Street


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

Frontier Street Public Space

Location: Frontier Street (owned by CN Rail)


  • Train Station (currently leased by Blackbird Bakery)
  • 2 picnic tables
  • Benches
  • 1 bear proof garbage bin
  • Parking Lot

One Mile Lake Park

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

Notes:  Dogs are not permitted at the main beach and must be on-leash within other areas of the park, except at the Dog Beach.

Amenities include:

  • One Mile Lake Nature Centre (operated by the Stewardship Pemberton Society)
  • Swing set
  • Early years children's play structure
  • Boathouse
  • 2 picnic tables
  • 2 bear bins (recycle and garbage)
  • Boardwalk and Trail around One Mile Lake
  • Dog Beach (on northeast side of lake)
  • Doggie Bag dispenser
  • Lifesaving wheel
  • Bike racks
  • Gravel parking lot
  • Outhouse
  • Access to Sea to Sky Trail
  • Access to Mountain Bike Trails

View the Beach Water Quality Reports for One Mile Lake

View the One Mile Lake Park Master Plan

Pioneer Park

Location: 1382 Aster Street, behind Municipal Hall

Amenities include:

  • Gazebo
  • Picnic tables
  • Benches
  • Bear bins (garbage only)
  • Doggie bag dispenser
  • Paved street parking
  • Weekday access to public washroom located at Municipal Hall

Skate Park

Location: Cottonwood Street and Portage Road


  • Skate Skills Park
  • Benches
  • Water Fountain

Staehli Park

Location: Dogwood Street (Pemberton Benchlands)

Note: No camping or long-term parking permitted


  • Children's play structure
  • Bear bin receptacle
  • Parking for 3 vehicles

Underhill Park

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


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

Zurcher Park

Location: 7400 Laurel Street, The Glen Neighbourhood.


  • Large, gravel based playground and equipment
  • Picnic tables
  • Benches
  • Bear bin garbage receptacles 
  • Doggie bag dispenser

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.


Pemberton Off-Road Cycling Association (PORCA)

The Pemberton Off Road Cycling Association (PORCA) was founded to support riders and trails of all levels. Through community involvement and trails stewardship, PORCA strives to maintain and enhance Pemberton's world class riding experience for residents and visitors.

PORCA also hosts a Wednesday night women's ride, known as Bike Club.  Last year, the Club saw an incredible turnout last year - we hosted 27 rides, with an average of 24 riders per week.  People come to Bike Club for many different reasons but the main goal is for everyone to have fun and feel welcome. It's a non-competitive ride for women to share knowledge and to support each other in learning. For more info visit: