Parks & Recreation

The public realm at Wesbrook and East Campus is a key component of UBC’s livability. From the connected water features, to the gathering squares, to the community gardens and softball diamond at Nobel Park, to the soccer fields at Brockhouse Park and the imaginative playgrounds throughout the parks.

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Wesbrook Community Centre

The Wesbrook Community Centre includes various wellness programs, a fitness facility, and space for large community events.

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Khorana Park

This park has a small playground and a water feature that connects it to the nearby Smith Park.

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Smith Park

This park has a large water feature, extensive lawns and a playground.

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Nobel Park

This park boasts a large playground, community gardens and a softball diamond.

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Brockhouse Park

Adjacent to the Wesbrook Community Centre, Brockhouse Park is an artificial turf field designed as a full sized soccer field.

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Mundell Park

The park is home to a plaza with picnic seating, a children’s play area, large open lawn area and a pond.

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Norman Mackenzie Square

This gathering space is the heart of Wesbrook Village, situated between the BierCraft patio and Blenz Coffe.

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East Campus Park

Located in East Campus, this forested area was designed to encourage exploration and open-ended play at its bird nest inspired playground.

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Pacific Spirit Park

Thirty three trails wind through 763 hectares of forest, creating endless options for runners, walkers and cyclists of all abilities.