Parks, Recreation & Culture
There is no question; Chilliwack has amazing recreational and leisure opportunities that enhance a vibrant lifestyle. With a landscape that includes mountains, lakes, parks and trails combined with recreational facilities to suit community needs, Chilliwack is an exceptionally attractive city in which to live.
The City of Chilliwack is proud of its "community development" approach to providing leisure services to the community. Various cultural groups, sport organizations, community associations, businesses, not-for-profit societies and service clubs work closely with the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department to offer residents a variety and balance of leisure opportunities.
All the information you need on parks, sports fields and trails in our community.
Chilliwack Heritage Park | Chilliwack Museum & Archives | Dog Off-leash Areas | Evergreen Hall | Fraser Valley Regional Library | Recreation Centres | Skate & Bike Parks | Skating Rinks | Swimming Pools | Yarrow Community Centre
Looking for information on City of Chilliwack Public Programs or the Leisure Guide please click here.
2014-2023 Strategic Master Plan | City of Chilliwack Street Entertainer/Busking Program | Leisure Access Programs | Leisure Guide - Spring / Summer 2016 | Recognition Program | Tennis In Chilliwack | Chilliwack Active for Life
Canadian Military Education Centre | Chilliwack Academy of Music | Chilliwack Community Arts Council | Chilliwack Cultural Centre | Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra | Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus | Chilliwack Visual Artists Association | Fraser Valley Philharmonic Society | Museums and Archives
There are many clubs and groups in the City of Chilliwack that appeal to people with all kinds of tastes and interests.
A 130-hectare nature reserve and a home to over 90 active Great Blue Heron nests.
Within the City of Chilliwack there are a number of Sportsfield Complexes.