Explore Kivi Park year-round.
Kivi Park is a true four-season park with a variety of activities to get outside and enjoy any season. The park has a wide network of groomed trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing and skiing, and many on-site attractions for families including playgrounds, an ice rink, a skate path, basketball courts, and much more. Whatever your level, there is an activity at Kivi Park for you.
Kivi Park Trails.
Venture through the impressive 55.7 km world-class trail network established for snowshoeing, classic and skate cross-country skiing, fat biking, mountain biking, hiking, and dog walking. Take in the beautiful views and scenery along the way with lookouts and points of interest like our very own Wishing Tree.
Our trails vary in length and level of difficulty with something for everyone.
Seasonally from June to October
Crowley Lake is one of Kivi Park's hidden gems, offering a unique way to experience the park. Situated on the southern side, Crowley Lake provides access to canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, and hiking. Bring your own equipment or rent some onsite for the entire family at the Crowley Lake Outpost.
Presented by: Rammakko's Source for Adventure
Our hours may change. Please visit this page to check before coming to the park.
- Sunday - Wednesday 10am - 6pm
- Thursday - Saturday 9am - 9pm
Please note these hours are weather dependent. Crowley Lake will be closed during storms or threats of lightning.
To access Crowley Lake, turn on to McFarlane off of Long Lake Road and then take a right onto Raft Lake Road. Follow the road through to Kasten Lake Road (also known as Brodill Lake Rd) until you arrive at the gate for Crowley Lake. It is about an 11-minute drive from Lake Road to the access point.
Portages to Camp Lake and Linton Lake are also possible.
You can also access Linton Lake through an existing portage from Crowley Lake.
Please note that the phone is only answered during business hours, but feel free to leave a message with the details of your rental request.
Day or Annual Passes are required to access Crowley Lake.
If you are renting equipment, your day pass is included in the rental price.Buy Passes Equipment Rentals
Nina’s Way is a 1.3 km skating path that winds through the beautiful birch trees of Kivi Park. Fully equipped with LED lights for twinkling evening skates and music playing along the path, you’ll be sure to feel the magic of Nina’s Way!
Nina’s Way is open daily in the winter from 11am – 8pm, weather permitting.
Please note, as Nina’s Way is an outside trail that follows natural bumps and grades creating a more challenging experience. Please use the trail with caution. For the latest trail conditions check here.
- Helmets are highly recommended
- Dogs are not permitted on Nina’s Way
- Strollers and sleds are not permitted on Nina’s Way
- Skate rentals are not available onsite
- Nina’s Way is not completely flat and is elevated at some points throughout the path
- Please skate in the same direction as the rest of the skaters
- Please respect other skaters
Kivi Park features a multitude of attractions and amenities to make your stay fun and engaging for you and the entire family.
The first playground of its kind in Northern Ontario with a mega tower and gravity rail.
Warm up near our outdoor fireplaces in a cozy Muskoka chair and take in the atmosphere.
Enjoy a hot beverage to stay warm or a snack on the go to keep you full of energy!
Work on your jumpshot or play a game of pick-up at our basketball court.
Take part in the world’s most popular sport on our lush, green, soccer field.
Every adventure needs a snack break! Stop for a rest and a bite to eat at any of our picnic areas.
© Copyright . Kivi Park Sudbury. All Rights Reserved.Site designed by OvertheAtlantic (Canada)