City Parks & Green Spaces
With parks, hiking trails, playground structures, sports fields and courts, outdoor concert space and more, Castlegar has something for the whole family.
Blueberry Creek Park
215 102nd Street
This park offers a playground, open play area, and a fenced ball hockey court. The City provides nets for the ball hockey court during the Summer season. This park does not have washrooms.
2101 6th Avenue
This park offers a jungle gym, play area, ball diamond, soccer field, tennis courts, treed area with gazebo and picnic tables. This park has washrooms.
Cone Hill Park
3500 9th Avenue
This park offers a jungle gym, play area, basketball court, and a picnic area. It also has a lighted wintertime toboggan run. This park does not have washrooms.
2501 14th Avenue
This park offers a jungle gym, play area, large open lawn and treed space, four ball diamonds, and covered picnic areas. This park has washrooms.
910 2nd Street
This park offers a large water spray park, children’s play area with slides, swings and a jungle gym, large open lawn areas, and picnic tables. This park has washrooms.
100 5th Street
This park offers three swimming ponds, beaches, soccer fields, volleyball court, pavillion with a concession and picnic tables, paved walkways, bike park, dog park, and a walking trail that takes you to the suspension bridge connecting you to Zuckerberg Island. This park has washrooms that are open year-round (in the Pavillion).
Oglow Subdivision Park
726 Woodland Drive
This park offers a large open green space along a creek with a small picnic area. This park has no washrooms.
201 Lakeview Street
This park offers a jungle gym, sand box, large open lawn and treed space, and picnic area.
1321 Forest Road
This park offers a jungle gym, play area, and picnic table. This park has no washrooms.
801 9th Avenue
This park offers four tennis courts as well as play and picnic areas. This park has washrooms.
901 7th Avenue
Take the suspension bridge to this historic island where you can walk along one of the many wooded pathways, sit on a bench along the riverbank and enjoy the beautiful views of the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay rivers. You can visit the old Chapel House which has been converted into the Station Museum (operated by the Castlegar and District Heritage Society). This island is pet friendly. There are no washrooms, but you can walk back along the Millennium Walkway to the year-round washrooms located in the Pavillion.