Activities in Pemberton

 Pemberton Community Centre

The Pemberton Community Centre is a joint asset of the Village of Pemberton and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, administrated by the SLRD’s Pemberton Valley Utility and Services Committee (PVUS).

The community centre contains the library, gym, large gym hall which is used for a whole variety of events and activities, and pre-school. There are also a number of rooms upstairs used for courses.

Cottonwood Community Centre

7390 Cottonwood Street
PO Box 104
Pemberton BC V0N 2L0
Phone: 604.894.2340
Fax: 604.894.2320

Recreation Programs: Angela Barth,

Click here for the latest recreation guide.

Village Parks

Pemberton has 14 existing parks. To view the map of the locations of these parks click here.

One Mile Lake Park

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

Amenities include:

  • One Mile Lake Nature Centre
  • Playground equipment – swing set
  • Boathouse
  • 2 picnic tables
  • 2 bear bins (recycle and garbage)
  • Fully Accessible Boardwalk and Trail around One Mile Lake
  • Dog Beach
  • Doggie Bag dispenser
  • Lifesaving wheel
  • 4 bike racks
  • Gravel parking lot
  • Outhouse

Pioneer Park

Location: 1382 Aster Street, behind Municipal Hall

Amenities include:

  • Gazebo
  • 1 picnic tables
  • 2 bear bins (garbage only)
  • 2 doggie bag dispensers
  • Paved street parking
  • Weekday access to public washroom located at Municipal Hall

For information on neighbourhood parks please visit the Village of Pemberton website

Pemberton Skate Park

Pemberton also has a skate park and bike skills park located next to the community centre on Portage Road which is free for public use.

Pemberton BMX

Pemberton also has a fantastic BMX track and club which run regional and national races throughout the summer season. Click here for the 2014 race schedule and other club details.

Pemberton Valley Trails Association

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.

For more information on trails and maps please visit the PVTA website.