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Terrace offers a host of family-friendly activities to keep little minds active all day long. Swim and play in the sand in one of our many local beaches, explore Heritage Park and get a glimpse of what life was like in Terrace in the early years, take a walk on the trails at Ferry Island or on the Grand Trunk Pathway. So many possibilities!
George little park &
Rotary splash park
Play at the new playground at George Little Park, and experience the new Rotary Splash Park! Visit the Terrace Public Library at the park, and
on Saturday mornings, stroll along the stalls at the Skeena Valley Farmer’s Market.
Bike Skills park
Located on Haugland Street, near Mills Memorial Hospital on the south side of Terrace, the Bike Skills Park is targeted at kids and beginners, and has stunts, jumps and drops as well as a wall ride and pump track.
Millennium Pathway & Chill Ice Cream Shop
Take a stroll along the Grand
Trunk Pathway (aka Millenium
Pathway), located along Highway 16 and the railroad tracks. Enjoy an ice cream at the Chill Ice Cream Shop on the east side of the trail, and on Monday evenings, visit the Model Train Museum.
Experience a glimpse of the social, industrial and economic life of Terrace in the early years of the last century at Heritage Park Museum. Visit authentic early buildings including a trappers cabin, blacksmith shop, school house,
wagon garage, dance hall, family home and an organic heritage garden, all situated on a lovely green grass setting. This is also the site for many events such as Easter, Ste. Jean Baptiste Day (June 23), Canada Day (July 1), and Halloween.
Ferry Island Trails,
Bark Carvings & Fishing
Explore the easy walking trails throughout Ferry Island along the banks of the Skeena River,
and be on the outlook for unique face carvings by a local artist hidden in the bark of the trees.
Borrow a fishing rod (at no charge) at the Visitor Centre and try your luck on the river.
Be sure to visit Terrace’s
newly renovated aquatic centre.
Accessibility is the key with three
ramps leading into the hot tub, lap
pool and leisure pool. Kids will enjoy the
lazy river in the leisure pool with spray water features, while adults can relax in the hot tub, swim laps, or work out in the
new fitness centre.”
maxxed out family fun
We are located in the Skeena Mall with 3 separate units with tons of fun activities like the inflatable obstacle course, bumper cars, zorb balls, big obstacle course equipment, and games! Fun for all ages!
We offer drop-ins and private rentals/birthday parties, school, and youth groups as well as corporate events.
Our schedule is posted on our website at www.maxxedoutcrosstraining.net and we can be reached at 250-615-9929.
Our self-directed gym with squat racks, lifting platforms, etc will open once we find a separate location for it, please check our website for updates!
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