Parks, recreation and culture are key components to the thriving community of North Delta. Citizens of all abilities and ages are encouraged to participate in the myriad of activities available to them.
North Delta’s diverse recreations include sports, leisure and social recreation, parks and trails, arts and culture, active seniors and the Delta Triathlon. Whatever your preference for leisure time, North Delta offers you an extraordinary array of amenities.
Overall health and well-being is very important to the community of North Delta. To help facilitate this key aspect, North Delta offers a wide variety of activities, both indoor and outdoor, to its members.
Drop-in programs include:
- Indoor and Outdoor swimming
- Cardio and Strength
- Balance, Function, and Mobility
- Cycle Fit
- Stretch, Pilates, and Yoga
- Indoor Group Cycling
- Personal Training
- North Delta Recreation Centre has 6 curling sheets, an ice arena for hockey and skating and multiple multi-purpose rooms for events.
- Sunbury Hall is a multipurpose space with an upper and lower area for meetings and events.
- Sungod Recreation Centre boasts a gymnasium, meeting rooms, a physiotheraphy clinic, 5 pools, sauna and steam room, swirl pool, arena, cycling and aerobics studios and a café.
- Kennedy Seniors Recreation Centre is for North Delta residents 65 and older. It has a large banquet hall with a dance floor, spacious meeting rooms, lawn bowling, a wordworking room and craft room, kilns and a café that serves hot meals.
- Annieville Lions Park
- Chalmers Park
- North Delta Community Park
- Sunshine Hills Park
- North Delta Outdoor Pool
Water Spray Park
There are more than 70 parks that include walking and cycling trails, off-leash dog areas, skate parks, boat launches, picnic tables, tennis and sports courts and many more amenities. Whether you love to walk the trails and look at the local wildlife flora and fauna, or zip around on your rollerblades, the parks of North Delta will accommodate all activities you fancy.
- George C. Refiel Miratory Bird Sanctuary by the Fraser River is 850 acres of hiking trails, panoramic views, and a place to see eagles, owls, hawks, falcons, waterfowl, songbirds and cranes.
Culture and the Arts
Culture and the arts are just as important to the North Delta’s community. The Delta Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department provide both registered courses and drop-in classes in arts, music, and dance through a variety of programs.
Learning to quilt, throw on the wheel or paint with acrylic are just some of the many forms of art offered to you. Please explore the activity search tool to discover what’s happening in North Delta according to your interest, age or location.