Whether you are looking to get outdoors and enjoy nature, cheer on your favourite local hockey team, or dance the night away at the Olde Tyme Country Fair, Niverville has it all.

There are ample parks and playgrounds throughout Niverville that are sure to please any adventurer. Hespeler Park, the largest park in Niverville at 91 acres, includes over 10 soccer pitches, 5 baseball diamonds, a splash pad, bike skills track, beach volleyball court, picnic shelter, outdoor exercise equipment, and a brand-new playground that represents Niverville’s rich history. Residents and visitors are free to explore what Niverville has to offer by using the many well-maintained walking paths including the self-guided history tour that lines Main Street. The Crow Wing Trail, connecting Winnipeg and Emerson, is part of the Trans Canada Trail and runs directly through the Town of Niverville. This trail will guide you through the wetlands pavilion area that was transformed from the Town’s old lagoon to the beautiful wetlands, using a process called bioremediation. This section of town is open to the public to explore while providing another great opportunity to enjoy what Manitoba nature has to offer.

As Manitoba’s fastest-growing community, Niverville strives toward continuously upgrading facilities and services to accommodate the needs of all residents and visitors. The Niverville Community Resource and Recreation Centre (CRRC) provides an incredible opportunity as a “one-stop shop” for community services. The indoor walking track, arena, and indoor playground allow all members of the family to have fun. This brand-new facility is part of the community campus, home to the Niverville High School, Centennial Arena and curling rink. The curling rink is one of the few remaining all-natural ice surfaces left in Manitoba.

For the 4-legged furry residents and visitors to Niverville, there is an off-leash dog park located on the north side of Town adjacent to the curling rink. With plenty of space available to run around and burn energy through the agility course, the furry friends are sure to want to return.

To truly get the full experience of Niverville means attending the annual Olde Tyme Country Fair where residents and visitors line the Main Street for carnival food, games, rides and plenty of singing and dancing. Top-rated country and rock bands are invited into the community to entertain during a full weekend of fun.

So why not visit Niverville, because after all it is WHERE YOU BELONG.