Did you know?
Among many provisions for outdoor leisure activities, there are soccer and baseball facilities, a skateboard park, senior’s fitness equipment, tennis courts, and several playgrounds.
- There are over 4.5 kilometers of trails in Dawson Creek. Dawson Creek’s trail system and some parks provide pet waste stations, containing bags.
- There is an electric car charging station located at NAR Park.
Dawson Creek Seniors Community Park
An outdoor recreational facility located in Kin Park on the corner (close to the Tennis courts). The circuit features sixteen (16) user-friendly stations with instructional signage showing proper exercise technique, correct body position and target muscle groups. It’s a great way to stay healthy and fit in the outdoors!
Located next to Dawson Creek’s curling rink, this facility has about 10,000 square feet of skating area within the 14,000 square foot park. Users of the park are encouraged to play safe using proper safety equipment,be courteous to others, keep the park clean and have fun!
Compost Drop-off Centre
Located centrally at 941-949 on 99th Ave., this is a service for residents, designed for the collection of green waste that is brought to the City Yard facility and composted. The composted material is then used in the City flower beds. Accepted materials are grass clippings, leaves, garden waste. This site does not accept other materials such as branches, wood waste, rocks, plastic bags, and general waste.
The Multiplex sports fields offer the Paul Loiselle soccer facility covering an area of 14.83 acres or 8.29 hectares and the Harry Morrow Ball Park, consisting of four baseball diamonds. Other soccer pitches and minor ball diamonds are located at various sites through out the city:
- Newby Park, (soccer field/ball diamond)
- Barbaree (ball diamonds)
- Kitchen Park, (soccer field)
- Tremblay Park, (soccer field)
- Frank Ross School, (soccer field/ball diamond)
- Parkhill Park (soccer field)
- Kin Park (ball diamonds)