Niverville Community Parks

Biking in a park

There are a variety of community or pocket parks throughout town. Opa's Park is located on the north end of Roselawn Bay and can be accessed via a walkway on Roselawn Bay or a walkway on the northwest corner of Edelweiss Crescent. The Spruce Drive pocket park is located on the old location of Spruce Drive and Fifth Avenue. The Third Street Tot Park is located on Third Street North and Fourth Avenue North.

Hespeler Park is an 80+ acre park is named after William Hespeler, who assisted in the Mennonite settlement of southern Manitoba. Located in the south end of town, the park is home to all of the soccer pitches and our main baseball diamonds. Vehicle access is via Hespeler Park Drive off of 5th Avenue south for the soccer pitches and picnic shelter and off of Crown Valley Road for the baseball diamonds. An additional pedestrian and bicycle entrance is located on the north side.

The Crow Wing Trail is a part of the Manitoba Recreational Trails Association. The trail is based on the historic trail that linked the early community of Winnipeg with the trading centre of St Paul Minnesota. The actual route followed ridges along the Red River through what is today the RM of Richot, Town of Niverville and south through to the US Border.