Infrastructure

A good place to be happening.

There’s been over a century to develop an impressive array of infrastructure and services, unique to a community of this size. Infrastructure supports and hosts a wide variety of events and activities.

Indoor Infrastructure:

Arenas

Kimberley boasts two indoor arenas, complete with regulation size ice surfaces, spectator seating, dressing rooms and concession facilities.

Aquatic Centre

The community is home to the new Kimberley Aquatic Centre - a competition size 25 metre pool, complete with diving boards, tots pool, water features and a ‘lazy river.’ The centre also has a large 20-person whirlpool, a multipurpose room and a steam room. This facility is completely wheelchair accessible.

Conference Centre

The Kimberley Conference and Athlete Training Centre is the region’s largest facility of its kind. It accommodates up to 500 person theatre style events, and offers four breakout rooms. The centre is also fully wheel chair accessible.

Other community infrastructure include a Curling Centre; Library & Museum; Community Hall; and an arts centre with a 60-seat theatre, contemporary gallery and dance studio. There’s also the 500-seat McKim theatre, a two-court indoor tennis facility, bowling alleys, a movie theatre, fitness centres and an exceptional climbing gym.

Outdoor Infrastructure:

Places to golf

There are three public golf courses within City limits, offering a combination of experiences in a quintessential mountain golf environment.

Places to ski

Kimberley is home to Kimberley Alpine Resort, located just three minutes from downtown Kimberley. The hill boasts a vertical rise of 2,475 ft., with 1800 skiable acres, over 75 runs, and is serviced by five lifts.

Places to roam

There’s a trail and pathway network with hundreds of kilometres of trails for walking, running, biking, snowshoeing, skiing and more. The Kimberley Nature Park is one of Canada’s largest parks within a municipality. Kimberley is also situated at the beginning of the NorthStar Rails-to-Trails, a 40 km paved path for walking, cycling, blading and skateboarding that links Kimberley to Cranbrook.

Place to camp

The Kimberley Riverside Campground is an exceptional full-service campground and RV resort located beside the beautiful St. Mary River. This modern, well managed campground offers an outdoor pool, mini-golf and disc-golf course and many more amenities.

Pedestrian downtown

The heart of Kimberley is a beautifully landscaped pedestrian-only shopping area. Its bandshell is a popular location for community celebrations, festivals, events and performances.

There’s also multiple outdoor rinks, public tennis courts, lawn-bowling greens, a skateboarding park, and a mountain bike skills park.