Lois Creek trails are popular for hiking and biking in the non-snow months, and for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. The area offers a variety of trail experiences including double- and single-track routes weaving through mature forest and rock outcroppings, often along Lois Creek. Trails are mostly beginner to intermediate, with a few technical single-track trails containing roots and loose rocks.

Each year Friends of Lois Creek (FOLC), a member group of the Kimberley Trails Society, manages ongoing trail maintenance, an invasive weed-pulling program, improvements to infrastructure, and a number of organized events. FOLC also works with community organizations to facilitate learning about the Lois Creek watershed.

Lois Creek trails are accessed from Townsite, a subdivision in the northeast corner of Kimberley. There are three main entrances:

3 main trail entrances

1. Elko Street Entrance: 8 Avenue and Elko Street

2. Lindsay Park Entrance: north end of Trail Street

3. Centennial Hall Entrance:
4 Avenue and Waldie Road near Centennial Centre

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