About Kivi Park
Kivi Park is a unique not for profit offering over 480 acres of land to be explored and enjoyed in Greater Sudbury.
Kivi Park is filled with all the biodiversity the Boreal Forest is known for and some of Sudbury’s best waterways. The park can be utilized 12 months a year and is a 4-season park including an extensive trail network for mountain biking, hiking, fat biking, snowshoeing and both classic cross-country skiing and skate skiing.
Canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding can be enjoyed at Crowley Lake with portage options to Linton Lake – a truly peaceful oasis that is one of Kivi Park’s hidden gems.
Kivi Park’s newest initiatives include Nina’s Way, a 1.3km winding skate path through the trees with warming cabins, a fireplace, lighting and sound system—the first of its kind in Northern Ontario.
Start your adventure with a Kivi Park Pass.
What’s in a name?
Kivi, meaning rock in Finnish, celebrates the history of its settlers. It also pays homage to the park’s position at the heart of the Precambrian Shield, which forms the geological core of North America. Today, this formation boasts biodiverse experiences right inside the park boundaries. Visitors can hike the peaks on ancient mountain ranges, nordic ski through plateaus of white birch, or sit beside a crackling outdoor fireplace while the kids play.
Whatever your activity or age, Kivi Park welcomes you to experience the Northern Ontario lifestyle with us.