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Niverville Parks

Parks are for the enjoyment of all citizens. As a general rule all Town of Niverville parks are open from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily.

(Dawn to Dusk daily, unless otherwise posted)


Hespeler Park

Hespeler Park is a 91 acre park located in the South end of Niverville, off Fifth Avenue South. Hespeler Park is named after WIlliam Hespeler, who assisted in the Mennonite settlement of southern Manitoba.

 

Existing facilities include a beach volleyball court, mini and full sized soccer pitches, baseball diamonds, Splash Pad, swing sets, outdoor exercise equipment. a natural playground, an accessible, inclusive playground, a picnic shelter and a section of the Crow Wing Trail.

 

Hespeler Park also features asphalted walking paths that are great for cycling, rollerblading or pushing wheelchairs and baby strollers. Vehicle access is via Hespeler Park Drive off of 5th Avenue South for the soccer pitches and picnic shelter and off of Crown Valley Road for the baseball diamonds.

 

A National Historic Site and Monument plaque dedicated to William Hespeler is located by the picnic shelter in the park. Dedicated in 2004, this plaque honours William Hespeler's commitment and contributions to the settlement of Manitoba as well as his contributions as Consulate.

 


Want to book the Hespeler Park Picnic Shelter?


Edelweiss Park

Located in the centre of Edelweiss Crescent this is beautiful, large open field perfect for soccer etc. There are several access points from Edelweiss Crescent.


Opa’s Park

Opa's Park is located on the north end of Roselawn Bay and can be accessed via a walkway on the North West corner of Roselawn Bay. Opa’s park offers play structures, a swing-set and a basketball court.


J.R. Park

The J.R Park is located on the corner of Spruce Drive and Fifth Avenue.


Third Street Tot Park

The Third Street Tot Park is located on Third Street North and Fourth Avenue North. This small park has one newer toddler friendly play structure.

Picture coming soon


Highlands Park

Highlands Park is in the development stages of becoming a Natural Playground.

The park is in Phase 2, Valleywest is creating the hill slide, climbing wall, log climber, logs/stumps in mulch and boulders in mulch.


Off-Leash Dog Park

Located behind the Niverville Arena (beside the Curling Rink). There is two fenced off areas to let your dogs run and play off-leash.

 

Please remember to pick up after you dog!

 

Dog park is used at your own risk