Creston’s Millennium Park opened in 2004, thanks to an amazing effort by the Creston Valley Rotary Club and over 200 Creston Valley citizens, service groups and businesses. It is located on 16th Avenue South, at Dogwood Street, on land that was donated to the Town by Crestbrook Forest Industries. The park features unique landscape elements and a variety of ornamental trees. The locally designed and constructed Japanese-style garden was a generous gift from Creston’s sister city of Kaminoho, Japan.
The Creston Elks Club built the covered bandstand, which is a popular venue for outdoor concerts, presentations and festivals in the summer months. Millennium Park is also a favourite location for graduation and wedding photos.
Visitor parking is available in the lot north of the park. The lot is RV accessible and also has a free sani-dump, which is available from April to October of each year. Follow the walking trail behind Millennium Park to reach the downtown area, and explore Creston’s shops and restaurants.
To find out about booking Millennium Park for private functions and community events, please contact Town Hall.
Adjacent RV parking and sani-dump