Rotary Park: Essentially the multi-function park of Fernie, Rotary Park features play structures for kids, grass areas, picnic sites, seating areas and a gazebo. It is the perfect place for the kids to have fun or to hold your celebration.
Aquatic Centre Featuring a 6-lane, 25 metre main pool, 150' waterslide, kids pool, hot tub and steam room. Soak in the hot tub after a day's adventure or splash and have fun.
Skateboard Park: An excellent spot for the skateboarder in your family. The outdoor park features several bowls and streetscapes.
Fernie Memorial Arena: The Fernie Memorial Arena is home to the Jr. Hockey team, the Ghostriders, and also offers public skating and drop-in hockey. Skate rentals available.
Fernie Community Centre: Enjoy gymnastics, badminton, floor hockey, teen programs, preschool, and book special events.
Ridgemont Park: Ridgemont Park offers play structures for children, a large field for activities and a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains.
10 Ave Park: The Annex's neighbourhood top park, features a play structure for children and a grass area for relaxing.
Dogwood Park: Located along the Elk River, Dogwood Park encompasses the area from the West Fernie Bridge (Highway 3 crossing) straight through to Coal Creek. Within it there is the City's boat launch (non-motorized boats only), picnic areas, picturesque viewscapes of the Lizard Range, the Leroux Pond (home to ducks, turtles, frogs and more) and is part of the Fernie Recreational Trail Network.
Annex Park: Annex Park is a quiet setting featuring picnic areas, horseshoe pits, under a canopy of trees and a large grass field and duck pond.
Prentice Park: Prentice Park is comprised of 2 slo-pitch fields, a soccer field, a running track and a concession area. This is Fernie's primary location for tournaments and track and field competitions.
James White Park (formerly Mount View Park): Situated alongside the Elk River, Mount View Park provides a beautiful forested area featuring towering pines, mountainscapes and a host of amenities including tennis courts, horseshoe pits, bocci courts, slo-pitch field and a minor ball field.
Mount Fernie Provincial Park: Mount Fernie Provincial Park is a small park with a big personality. Black bear, deer, and elk are commonly seen in these parts, and if they drop by for a visit, you better be on your best behaviour. Situated in the southern portion of the Kootenay Range, this 259 hectare park is shadowed by the 2,133m high Mount Fernie and protects the drainage area of Lizard Creek. Lizard Creek flows through the park before forming a beautiful waterfall and emptying into the Elk River. Surrounding forests consist of western larch, Douglas fir, black cottonwood, trembling aspen, western red cedar and spruce, including some areas of old growth. Plantlife includes a variety of lichens, mosses, ferns and wildflowers.
For information or to book call 423-2222.