What's New with Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation

Free Event - StoryWalk®

StoryWalk is an exciting program designed to bring literacy and the outdoors together for both children and adults to enjoy. Follow the story through Mouat Park, towards the Rainbow Road Aquatic Centre. School groups and daycares are welcome. The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson. This self-led program is brought to you by Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation and the Salt Spring Island Public Library.

The following Fridays, 10am – 5pm:

  • June 15 – The Black Rabbit
  • July 20 - Duck in a Truck

Location: Salt Spring Public Library

Revised Bike Park Design Plan

A revised design plan has been created for the Salt Spring Lions Commemorative Bike Park and will be considered by Salt Spring Island Park and Recreation Commission (PARC) on Monday, May 14th at 5pm at the Portlock Park Meeting Room located at 145 Vesuvius Bay Road. Read more >>

The Pool is Open

The aquatic centre is now open following our three week annual maintenance closure. The pool will regularly be open on Saturdays from 7:30am - 3pm.

Spring/Summer Parks and Recreation Guide

SSIPARC's Spring/Summer Parks and Recreation Guide is now available, register early to ensure your spot.

Register Online For SSIPARC Programs

Online registration is now available to serve you better. Just follow the steps below log in or create your account to view courses online and to register.

  • Browse Activities
  • Select Program
  • Create an account or log in to your existing account
  • Select Payment Option and complete your registration.
  • Once registration is complete a receipt and confirmation will be emailed to you.
  • Registration is only confirmed once payment is processed.

Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Commission (SSIPARC)

262 Rainbow Road
Salt Spring Island, BC
V8K 2M3
Tel: 250.537.1402

Parks and Recreation Guide

spring summer 2018