Indoor Activities To Try When It’s Raining in Vancouver

October 22, 2017 - 3 minutes read

Vancouver winters can be long and soggy but unless you have a condo down in Scottsdale to whip off to during the dreary months of the year, you, like the rest of us, will just have to make the best of the cards you’ve been dealt.

To ease the transition into this time of continuous overcast, here is a list of companies offering the best indoor activities to try in Vancouver on a rainy day.

Things to do in Vancouver on a Rainy Day

1. Cliffhanger Climbing Gym

Armed with a wonderful group of staff and a plethora of climbing routes, Cliffhanger is a great spot to challenge your cliff-scaling abilities and kick your fear of heights to the curb.

2. Extreme Air Park

42,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines, a 50-foot half pipe and one big foam pit…need we say more? Try your hand at a game of trampoline basketball or line up your group for a high-flying round of 3-D dodgeball.

3. 6Pack Indoor Beach

Take off your shoes, it’s time to get those toes back in the sand at this indoor beach volleyball court in Richmond. Not really into volleyball but SUPER into hitting your friends with stuff? Us too, which is why we’re dying to try Archery Tag with foam tipped arrows and bows. How does it compare to real Archery Tag, you ask? Just as fun with less cleanup…it’s a win-win!

4. Vancouver Circus School

If anyone ever tells you they’ve never had the urge to run away and join the circus, they’re probably lying. Or they’re afraid of clowns. Either way, ditch your dishonest friend and head to Vancouver Circus School to try out the trampoline, aerial silks, acrobalance and more!

5. Vancouver Curling Club

With eight sheets of us up for rental and the Last Draw Lounge for a post-curl beverage, this club is a great spot for any sized group to toss a couple rocks.

6. Vancouver Ice Rinks

Drop into a public skate at one of the many rinks located throughout the Vancouver area. Bring your own skates or rent some blades to take a couple turns around the oval.

Click here for a public skate schedule.