White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture
White Valley is the area covered by Electoral Areas “D” (Rural Lumby), “E” (Cherryville) and the Village of Lumby. White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture is governed by the Regional District of North Okanagan through the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee, whose membership includes one representative from each of the three jurisdictions. The Village of Lumby provides all parks and facility management services under contract to Regional District of North Okanagan.
White Valley Community Centre
The White Valley Community Centre houses the regional library and a preschool, and features three flexible spaces for programming or rental. The Centre also has a full commercial kitchen.
White Valley Spray Park
Hours of Operation:
- May long-weekend to September long-weekend: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
- September - weekends only, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Oval Park Adult Fitness Park
There are opportunities for an introductory class on using the equipment available through the White Valley Community Centre. For more information call 250-547-6404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pat Duke Memorial Arena
The Pat Duke Memorial Arena was built in 1967 as a Centennial project, and is a single standard size ice sheet with change rooms. The arena is the home of minor hockey, figure skating, men’s and women’s hockey, and public skating.
Public Skating Hours:
- Wednesday 2:30pm - 4:00pm
- Saturday 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Sunday 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Lumby Outdoor Pool
Lumby’s outdoor pool is 25m long with five lanes and is home to the Lumby Lightening Swim Club. The pool is open from May through August.
Lumby’s curling facility features a four-rink sheet and an upstairs lounge equipped with monitors for your viewing pleasure. For more information, visit www.lumbycurlingclub.ca.
Mabel Lake Community Hall
This community hall is maintained by the volunteers of the Mabel Lake Community Association, and is owned by the Regional District. Watch for special events, such as the 100 Mile Dinner or community dances.
Cherryville Community Hall
This community hall is maintained by the volunteers of the Cherryville Community Club, and is owned by the Regional District. The hall is regularly used for activities such as Brownies, Jiu-Jitsue, circuit training, yoga, movie nights, monthly seniors dinners, and special events.
- Oval Park
- Royal Ball Park
- Cedar Ridge Park
- Salmon Trails
- Whitevale Park
- Tolley Park
- Hanson Park
White Valley Community Recreation Grants
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture encourages community events by providing financial grants to offset facility rental fees for community groups that are operating community events using Parks, Recreation and Culture facilities for the benefit of area residents. The application deadline is September 30, 2013, click here for more information.
- Spring 2013 Recreation Program Guide
- 2011 Oval Park Concept Plan
- 2011 White Valley Recreation Program Public Survey Report
- 2011 White Valley Arts and Culture Master Plan
- 2010 White Valley Arts and Culture Master Plan
Please direct enquiries to: