The asphalt portion of the New Denver All-Wheels Park, open to the public since last fall, is clear of snow and being enjoyed regularly by ‘kids of all ages.’
Included here are a few notes about the park as the biking season picks up and work continues to complete this phase of park development.
The dirt jumps toward the lake (west) are not yet ready for use – please refrain from riding or playing in this fenced-off area. Work will be underway in May to complete this portion of the park.
A parking area has been created along the TV Tower access road at the end of Josephine Street, toward Slocan Lake. Please plan to park in this area when travelling to the All-Wheels Park by vehicle. Signage directing traffic to this area will be posted this spring.
Please be respectful of the park’s neighbours at all times. Stay off private property and do not block driveways. It is also important to be respectful of all visitors to the area such as those camping at Centennial Campground and visiting Centennial Park, walking on the trails, accessing Slocan Lake beaches and the mouth of Carpenter Creek, etc. Remember – cyclists must always give pedestrians the right of way.
The North Slocan Trails Society, supported by the Village of New Denver, will be completing work in the area this spring. A picnic table, bicycle repair station, permanent signage, irrigation, and tool storage will be installed this spring.
Respect the space! Please do not mark-up the track or any equipment left in the area.
Until permanent signage is posted, notes about park use are displayed on the back of the temporary sign on-site. They are also attached to this post. It is important that all users work together to keep the track fun and safe for everyone.
Check back for information about a Grand Opening for the park – tentatively scheduled for mid-June, 2023.