The Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex in LaSalle, Ontario was built in 2008. It's a hub of activity for people of all ages with interests in ice skating, swimming, soccer, baseball, softball, exercising, walking, and special events.

The Town of LaSalle's department of Culture and Recreation offers programs and services for people of all ages and abilities, including:

There are more than 30 parks in LaSalle that offer a variety of activities. If you are looking for playground equipment for the kids, open play spaces, or a picnic table to enjoy a quiet afternoon, check out our page all about our parks.

With more than 25 km of paved trails in LaSalle, you can walk, run, ride a bike, skateboard and drive a wheelchair to be active all year long. With so many natural heritage areas, there are a lot of plant and animal species to discover along the way. For more information about our trails, visit our page all about the trails.

Boaters can enjoy the Heritage Detroit River at the end of Laurier Dr. (at Front Rd.) by launching a boat at the LaSalle Boat Ramp. If you are looking to fish in the Detroit River, there's a fishing platform located Sprucewood trail pictureat the end of the walkway at Riverdance (1 Laurier Drive). Check out our page about the LaSalle Boat Ramp for more information.

Many events, both large and small, have been held at the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex, in our parks and along our trails. LaSalle offers the amenities for event organizers and participants of all ages to enjoy a day in LaSalle. From the annual LaSalle Strawberry Festival to the Canadian Cancer Society's Relay for Life and the Terry Fox Run.

Whether you are a resident of the Town of LaSalle, or visiting for a day or two, there are a lot of activities to keep you busy. Take your time and click your way through all of the pages in our Things to Do section. There's something for everyone in LaSalle, Ontario.