City of Enderby

Enderby Facilities

For Bookings and Availability Contact Enderby & District Recreation Services
Willow Burton
Recreation Services Manager
Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce
Box 1000, 700 Railway Street
Enderby, BC V0E 1V0
ph: 250-838-2665 | fax: 250-838-0123


The Lion's Gazebo, built in 2002/2003 as a project of the Enderby and District Lions Club. This fabulous facility is 120' x 50' and is host to weddings, family gatherings, ball tournaments and many community activities. It was built with much help from Enderby businesses and Lions Club Members Volunteers. In 2005 a new washroom facility was added.

BallPark Enderby hosts many ball tournaments throughout the season including the Funtastic Slow Pitch Tournament on the July 1st long weekend. This a picture of the fullsize baseball diamond at Riverside Park. There are three other regulation diamonds at the park and three in Grindrod.

Skate BoardPark The competition skateboard park was designed with input from local youth. This facility was made possible by Fortune Parks and Recreation, ( a joint function of the City of Enderby and the North Okanagan Regional District) Human Resources Development Canada and the Okanagan University Collage as well as many volunteers. In season it is usually teeming with activity by the young and young at heart.

Arena The Enderby arena has seating for approximately 900 people. It is the winter home for many hockey and ringette teams as well as figure skating clubs and is open for free public skating.

In the off season the Enderby arena is a home for indoor rodeo events, trade shows and various other entertainment venues.

  • (Click here) for schedules.

    Adjacent to the arena is a four ice curling rink complete with lounge and banquet facilities. To book the rink, dry floor or lounge call.

    • 250.838.6702

  • Arena The Enderby Lions swimming and spray pool is situated in Barnes Park. The main pool is five lanes by 25 metres and is open from mid May to the end of August. A great place to book for a birthday party or family or group get-together. The pool is closed for the season, reopens June 2009. For more information about the pool call
    • 250.838.9256 after May 15th.

    Drill Hall The Enderby Drill Hall was built in 1914 for the C Squadron of BC Horse and the 172nd Battalion of the Rocky Mountain Rangers. It has been used over the years by the cadet corps of the Rocky Mountain Rangers.

    Today it is owned by the City of Enderby and is managed by the Drill Hall Committee of the Arts Council. It has been and is still being renovated and upgraded to current building codes and turned back to near original Condition.

    Today it seats 210 people and is used by community church groups, weddings, reunions and a myriad of other community activities.

    Bookings are handled by the Enderby Museum

    • 250 838-7170


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