Castlegar's Community Parks

Shewchuck Park
Castlegar's Community Parks: Shewchuck Park, Kinsmen Park, Millennium Park, Oglow Subdivision Park, Zinio Park, Kinnaird Park, Complex Park, Brandson Park, 9th Avenue Park, 1st Avenue Park (Dumont), Cone Hill Park, Tamerlane Park, Zuckerberg Island

List of Community Parks

Photo Name and Information

Shewchuck Park

201 Lakeview Street
Jungle Gym, Sand Box, and Picnic Area.

Kinsmen Park

910 2nd Street
Water Park, Slides, Swings, Jungle Gym, Kids Play Area, Large Open Lawn, Picnic Tables, Bathroom Facilities.

Millennium Park

100 5th Street
Paved walkway, swimming ponds, beaches, washrooms, two soccer fields, benches, and picnic tables.

Millenium Park Flyer
Millenium Park Map

Oglow Subdivision Park

726 Woodland Drive
Picnic Area and a nice little Creek.

Zinio Park

801 9th Avenue
Four Tennis Courts, Bathrooms, Play and Picnic Areas.

Kinnaird Park

2501 14th Avenue
Four Ball Diamonds, Concession, Bathrooms, Covered Picnic Areas, Jungle Gym and Play Area, Large Open Lawn and Treed Space.

Complex Park

2101 6th Avenue
Ball Diamond, Soccer Field, Picnic Area, Bathrooms, Four Tennis Courts, Treed Area with Gazebo and Picnic Tables, Jungle Gym and Play Area. Community Complex with Swimming Pool, Ice Rink, Sauna-Whirlpool, and Conference Rooms.

Brandson Park

2404 6th Avenue
Still known locally as the Brandson Pool as there used to be an outdoor pool at this site. Jungle Gym and Swings, Large Open Lawns and Picnic Tables.

9th Avenue Park

2640 9th Avenue
Small neighborhood park. Jungle Gym, Play and Picnic Area.

1st Avenue Park (Dumont)

2916 1st Avenue
Large treed park adjacent to Columbia river Picnic Tables and Play Area, Swings.

Cone Hill Park

3500 9th Ave
Jungle Gym, Basketball Court, Play and Picnic Area with Lighted Wintertime Toboggan Run.

Tamerlane Park

1321 Forest Road
Small neighborhood park. Jungle Gym, Play Area, Picnic Table.

Zuckerberg Island

901 7th Avenue
Suspension bridge to wooded island where you can sit on the river bank and see the confluence of two of the greatest rivers in British Columbia the Columbia and the Kootenay. Picnic Areas and Nature Walks.