Mountain Biking Mecca
Squamish offers some of the best riding in the world - cross country, downhill and free ride - with trails for every ability.
White Water Kayaking
Four rivers intersect in Squamish providing a wide range of kayaking experiences.
These birds of prey can be seen throughout the Squamish area, especially in winter. The annual eagle count takes place early January.
The Squamish Estuary offers an idyllic setting to explore the waterways amongst wildlife and a wide variety of bird species.
Squamish is home to a growing and talented BMX community, with kids ripping around the track as young as two years old!
Recreation Services delivers a wide range of programs for all ages from newborns to super seniors, no matter what your interest.
Squamish is recreation. A strong and health-conscious community, Squamish is recognized as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada because of the never-ending outdoor activity options available here made possible by the natural physical attributes of our geography. Squamish is also home to a long list of thriving organized sport associations, a vibrant recreation centre, a youth centre and a productive group of gardeners. Explore this section to discover more.
Recreation, arts, culture and social programs available to the community.
List of local sports organizations in Squamish, Field & Ice allocation.
Grow your own food in a community garden.
Squamish trails are legendary. Get out there and see why.
July 28, 2016
B.C. Day hours of operation
For the B.C. Day holiday, Monday, August 1, the District's hours of operation are as follows:
July 20, 2016
Traditional Squamish Nation blessing of Xwu’nekw Canoe Shelter planned for Thursday
*Update: View photos from the blessing ceremony here.