Recreation Facilities

 Skateboard Park:

Built in 2014, Metlakatla’s Skate Park is among the best in the Pacific Northwest. The park features plenty of opportunities for kids to do everything from basic skating to tricks, and as an added bonus, has a great view.

Metlakatla Skate Park from Metlakatla First Nation on Vimeo.

THIS IS AN UNSUPERVISED PARK

PLEASE READ:
Skateboarding is a relatively dangerous sport. Those that use the skateboard park are asked to follow the rules & etiquette of the sport for their own safety & the safety of others.

THE RULES
This park is designed for skateboarding. Persons entering this facility do so at their own risk.
It is strongly recommended that all users of this facility wear appropriate safety equipment, including a helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, & wrist guards specifically designed for skateboarding.
Children under the age of 10 should be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Use caution when the facility is wet or leaf covered as the paved surfaces will be slippery. 
Skateboarders & spectators should not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Spectators should be alert to avoid possible dangers, such as collisions with skateboarders or being hit by skateboarding equipment.
Use caution if vision is obstructed. Use a spotter to avoid collisions.
Keep area clear of garbage.
Vandalism and/or graffiti will not be tolerated. 

Thank you and enjoy the Metlakatla Skate Park!

Community Hall

The Community Hall is used for recreation activities, and to host community events. If you would like to rent the hall, please contact Recreation Manager Troy Leighton at tel@metlakatla.ca or call (250) 

(250) 628-3234 (ext. 2010). 

Baseball Field                                                                                                                

Developed in 2013-2014, the Metlakatla baseball field offers a large playing area for youth and adults alike.