The Casino Community Hall is used for community events throughout the year, and can be rented out by Casino residents for celebrations like a retirement or graduation. The hall is where the people of Casino come and meet, celebrate and host functions. Two years ago, the Regional District of the Kootenay Boundary and the Columbia Basin Trust came together to fund the renovations, making the community hall an accessible and up-to-date centre for the people who live in the rural community about 10 kilometres outside Trail.
The Genelle Community Hall hosts local events and has several "Family Day" events and sponsors the annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Available upon request, the community hall offers kitchen facilities, dining area, small library, and a nice place to hold your next birthday party, class or family reunion, or other social gatherings.
Local clubs and organizations hold meetings, senior and children activities are also available.
The park has a large children’s playground, horseshoe pits, an outdoor pickleball and basketball court, picnic tables, nice lawn area and it is close to the Columbia River.
Within the park there are covered picnic areas where you can gather with friends and play games or cards. Public restrooms are available.
In 1942 Oasis was designated an air raid district when Work War 2 was going full tilt. Once the war was over the Oasis Recreation Society was formed in 1946 and shortly after the hall was built by the community with reclaimed lumber and parts of a military bunker left by the Government Relief Camp.
The building which is shown in the picture(left) has been updated with new washrooms and a full kitchen the adjacent park has a playground, disc golf course and pickleball courts. The building is currently being used for weddings, banquets, birthday parties, meetings and reunions. To book the facilities email us here.
Greater Trail/Lower Columbia Recreation Office:
1501 Cedar Ave, Trail
Call 250.368.3713 or Email