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Contact for Sports and Recreation Organizations

For information about specific sports/recreation listed on this website, please contact that organization directly using the contact info provided on their web page.

Contact for CVREC Website

For information related to CVREC you can email:

Facilities in Invermere and Columbia Valley

District of Invermere Website – 250-342-9281

Columbia Valley Centre – Contact District of Invermere – 250-342-9281. Indoor Walking Mondays and Wednesdays 10am.

Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena – 502-13th St. – 250-342-6712

Columbia Lake Recreation Centre – 3050 BC-93, Windermere, BC (Opening mid-March 2019).

Radium Hot Springs Centre – 4863 Stanley St, Radium Hot Springs (250) 347-6455

Canal Flats Civic Centre – 8911 Dunn, Canal Flats 250-349-5260

Invermere Seniors Hall: 1309-14th Street, Invermere 250-342-4420

Stretch and Move Seniors hall 10:30am Mondays

Chair Yoga Invermere Seniors Hall 10:30am Wednesdays

Stretch & Move Seniors Hall 10:30am Thursdays

Active Seniors: Family Dynamix Association. Supports and builds capacity among all seniors by increasing physical activity, enabling independence and enhancing social connectedness in their communities.

Bring Friends & make new ones, come walk and talk with us!

Call 250-342-1110 or 250-342-5566

Thursdays 9am Edgewater Community Centre

Fridays 9:30am Invermere Bakery

Fridays 11am Radium Community Garden

Zumba at Laird:

Zumba Strong Laird School 5:30pm Mondays

Zumba Laird School 5:30pm Wednesdays Julia Parent


Radium Centre:

Carpet Bowling Radium Centre 1:30pm Thursdays & Sundays

Senior Walking Radium Community Garden 11am Fridays

Carpet Bowling Radium Centre 1:30pm Sundays




Columbia Lake Recreation Centre

2596 Kootenay Road No 3
Columbia Lake 3 BC




Opened in March 2019

The 22,400-square foot sports complex houses a gymnasium, elevated walking and running track, exercise room, locker rooms, team rooms and a kitchen and seating area. It also includes office space for the Akisqnuk administration. It is available for use by anyone in the Columbia Valley, with activity options for all ages and a range of interests.



Parks in Invermere

The District of Invermere has a number of parks and playgrounds for everyone, plus miles of hiking and mountain bike trails.

Mount Nelson Athletic Park – 14th Street near 15th Avenue
Soccer and baseball fields, fitness equipment and skateboard park with a field house including change rooms/washrooms and concession

Pothole Park – 7th avenue and 9th Street, downtown Invermere. Assessible restroom facilities, outdoor Amphitheatre.

Kinsmen Beach and Park – Invermere’s largest beachfront park on Lake Windermere. The park includes beach area, splash park, kids play park, beach volleyball, concession, showers and change rooms, the Pynelogs Cultural Centre, Botanical Gardens and linear trail around Dorothy Lake.

Tunnicliff Neighborhood Park – 4th Avenue

Rotary Ball Park and Tennis Courts – at Dorothy Lake near Windermere Lake

Ray Brydon Dog Park – Dog friendly pedestrian / non‐ motorized  park  named  Ray  Brydon  Park,  dedicated  to Ray Brydon who was a true community leader through business   involvement, service club volunteer efforts and his commitment as a  term Councillor.

Lions Neighbourhood Park – 12th Avenue near 9th Street

James Chabot Provincial Park – beach and facilities on the shores of Lake Windermere

Westside Neighbourhood Park– 15th Ave, Invermere.

Wilmer Community Park: Stark Avenue, Wilmer.

Markin-MacPhail Westside Legacy Trail.

The Westside Legacy Trail is a multi-recreational, human-powered, paved trail connecting the communities of Invermere and Fairmont Hot Springs.

The trail Runs parallel to the Westside Road on the east side of Lake Windermere. There are many access points to the Trail along Westside Road, allowing cyclists, walkers, runners and many other user groups easy access to paved trail. With a generous width and painted centre line, the Trail accommodates just about any use, and a myriad of friendly faces – from enthusiasts to families.

The project goal is to complete the 25 kilometer trail with community engagement, encouraging residents, businesses and local governments to participate in unique ways they find meaningful. There will be a strong interpretive signage component to provide environmental and cultural awareness along the trail corridor. Although the immediate project is the first 25 kilometers linking Invermere and Fairmont, the vision is to expand the trail north to Radium for a total length of 51 paved kilometers anchored by two world-class mineral hot springs, Radium and Fairmont.