- Trail heads: Glenfair Drive, Chancellor Drive, and east of Summit Drive at a variety of locations
- Dog friendly (off leash, under control)
- Trails (easy, more difficult, very difficult, and extremely difficult)
- Picnic area
- Parking: free
This is a great family hiking and picnicing area located just off Columbia Street, near 6th Avenue. There are plenty of grassy areas, picnic tables, barbecues, and great hiking trails. This park includes the Xget'tem' Trail (pronounciation) multi-use path. The name for the 1.7-kilometre paved stretch connecting pedestrians and bikers between Sahali and downtown means “deep valley” in Secwépemc and pays tribute to the area’s historical ties to the Shuswap people. There is signage at either entrance to the trail (at Glenfair Drive and at Summit Drive and Notre Dame Drive) that details the importance of oral tradition and knowledge keepers.
Please note that Fortis BC is performing work in the park that will detour a portion of the Tom Moore trail. There may also be crews and equipment in the park during the summer of 2022. For more details visit fortisbc.com/communityupgrades.