With over 480 acres of prominent landscape filled with lush Northern Forest, fresh waterways and distinguished rock of the Canadian Shield, Kivi Park is a breathtaking destination waiting to be explored.
An impressive, 55.7 km world-class trail network has been established for snowshoeing, classic and skate cross-country skiing, fat biking, mountain biking, hiking, and dog walking.
Crowley Lake is one of Kivi Park’s hidden gems. Situated in the southern side of the park, Crowley Lake provides access to canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, fishing and hiking.
Nina’s Way is a 1.3 km skating path that winds through the beautiful birch trees of Kivi Park. Lace up your skates and explore the park in this unique and magical way!
Be prepared for your adventure before you arrive at Kivi park. The park is accessible for all ages and abilities. Special considerations have been included throughout the park to ensure features are wheelchair accessible including access to the main chalet, washrooms and extra wide crusher dust trails.
We are driven by dedicated volunteers and staff. Revenue obtained through Kivi Park Passes and fundraising efforts are used to support the maintenance of the park's facilities. This is to ensure the park can be enjoyed for years to come at the calibre that you have come to enjoy and expect.