The Town of Niverville offers a variety of recreation and wellness programs to those living in Niverville and surrounding area.  Niverville is home to Hespeler Park, a 91-acre park featuring 5 baseball diamonds, a paved walking path, exercise equipment, playground, Splash Park, picnic shelter, numerous soccer pitches, beach volleyball and a bicycle pump track.  Niverville is also home to the Centennial Arena and Curling Rink, which is one of the few curling rinks left in Manitoba with natural ice.

An annual highlight is the Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair, a tradition that dates back many years and which has evolved into an “on the street” fair, held annually the second week of June.  This event is run by a dedicated group of volunteers and continually draws a large crowd who enjoy the festivities.

The Heritage Centre Campus is a unique to Manitoba “age in place” community campus.  The campus is home to an Assisted Living and Supportive Housing residence, timber framed atrium, 2 ballrooms, Hespeler’s Cookhouse & Tavern, hairdresser, Heritage Life Personal Care residence, four-storey Life Lease residence, Open Health Clinic and more!

Niverville was awarded with the CAMA Award in 2019; an Environment Award for municipalities with a population under 20,000 for the Sewage Lagoon On-site Phyto-remediation project.  This project, a first of its kind in Canada, conceived an alternate method of decommissioning a municipal lagoon.  The former lagoon adjacent to Hespeler Park is now known as the “Wetlands” and has been transformed into a recreational area with walking paths, viewing hill and an educational kiosk.  If you are an avid bird watcher, you want to be sure to visit this area.

Currently under construction, is the Niverville Community Resource and Recreation Centre (CRRC).  This facility is a result of a partnership between the Town, the Government of Canada and Province of Manitoba to create the newest model of community resource and recreation centre.  This facility, a first of its kind in Manitoba, is set to open in 2021 and will offer a multi-use fieldhouse, arena, indoor playground, link corridor (to Niverville High School), and multipurpose rooms.