Niverville is a town in the South-Eastern Region of Manitoba, situated in approximately equal distance from the two larger neighbouring cities of Winnipeg and Steinbach.
The scenic Crow Wing Trail winds through the Town and will guide you through the Wetlands pavilion area, which are located in the south west corner of Hespeler Park. The Niverville Wetlands Project converted the Town’s old lagoon using bioremediation. This process is the use of either naturally occurring or deliberately introduced micro-organisms to breakdown pollutants to clean up the site.
There are several parks and playgrounds throughout Town, with Hespeler Park being the largest. This park includes baseball diamonds, soccer fields, a splash pad, bike skills track, a beach volleyball court and a brand-new playground and structure that represents the Town’s rich history. In Hespeler Park there is a picnic shelter available to rent for outdoor gatherings. There are two tot parks and two nature playgrounds throughout the Town as well. The largest playground is in the Fifth Avenue Estates development that features a lake front pavilion.
The Niverville Heritage Centre provides age in place living for local seniors, but also includes a banquet facility and wedding venue with other services onsite. If you like to enjoy the outdoors during the summer months, there is a beautiful community garden located on site as well.
Opening in the spring of 2021, the Niverville Community Resource and Recreation Centre (CRRC) will provide residents and surrounding communities with a multiuse fieldhouse, indoor track, indoor playground and a brand-new arena.
The Town offers a second ice surface, the original Centennial Arena. On-site and located next to the CRRC, is an outdoor rink and newly renovated all-natural curling rink.
Located in the north west corner adjacent the curling rink is an off-leash dog park, which has a large fenced-in space for the 4-legged Niverville residents to burn off some energy by running up and down the agility course.
During the summer months, the Town residents and business owners take pride in making the community beautiful by participating in the Communities in Bloom program.
Residents and visitors can take a stroll down Main Street on a self-guided history walking tour. Pictures and articles from Niverville’s history line the street.
Niverville is home to many locally owned and franchised restaurants for residents and visitors to enjoy food and beverages. There is a 9-hole links-style golf course, located in the Highlands development.
Along Main Street in Niverville, skateboard enthusiasts will find a skate park located at the teen drop-in centre. The drop-in centre is open three evenings a week and provides a welcoming and safe environment for teens to hangout, play some video games or challenge a friend to a game of pool.
Niverville’s main annual event is the Olde Tyme Country Fair, usually held during the second weekend in June. During fair weekend, the Main Street is closed-off to traffic and the street is lined with rides, carnival games, food, market vendors, and many visitors from near and far.