All Places in ‘Parks’

  • Coal Diamond Sports Park

    Diamond Sports Park is a multipurpose sports and recreational park located at the northwest corner of Wabamun. The park boasts a regulation hardball diamond, a softball diamond, grass ball diamond, soccer pitch, playground, and group campground area. The park is connected by a network of paved walking trails that make Read more [...]

  • Isle Lake

    Isle Lake is a medium-sized lake in central Alberta. It is located about 80 km west of the city of Edmonton. The lake is fed by the Sturgeon River which eventually flows into the North Saskatchewan River. There are lots of activities to do here including hiking and geocaching!

  • Meridian Sports Park

    Meridian Sports Park is the perfect bookable space for tournaments, family and corporate events as it features: 4 baseball diamonds with chain link fencing, shale infields, covered dug outs, spectator seating 1 regulation size soccer field 1 practice soccer field playground washrooms concession and covered picnic area camping (non-serviced sites; must be Read more [...]

  • Ken Morrison Spray Park at Jubilee Park

    Spruce Grove’s newest spray park is located within Jubilee Park which includes amenities for all ages to enjoy, including: more than 50 interactive and integrated play features toddler zone (ages five and under) passive family zone (for ages 5 and up) active family zone change rooms outdoor showers bathrooms plaza Read more [...]

  • Wabamun Marina and Spray Park

    Whatever the season, the natural beauty of Wabamun’s Waterfront Park is waiting for you. This popular day-use park includes a water spray park, large playground for children, picnic facilities, public washrooms with change rooms, and a full-size boat launch for access onto Lake Wabamun. Spray Park The Waterfront Park Spray Read more [...]

  • Devonian Trail

    Funded in partnership with the River Valley Alliance, the County’s newest trail is set to open in early summer 2017. The 6 km trail will connect Prospectors’ Point to the Devonian Botanical Gardens.

  • Constable Chelsey Robinson Park

    Formerly known as Range Road 23 Day Use Park, this park offers families a great place to stop and enjoy some river fun in Parkland County! Located on the shores of the North Saskatchewan River, Const. Chelsey Robinson Day Use Park is open from 9am to 11pm. Features Day use area with Read more [...]

  • Prospectors Point Day Use Park

    Located in the breathtaking North Saskatchewan River valley, Prospectors Point is a popular destination for beaching and relaxing. Whether you are canoeing, hiking, fishing or simply sitting back and taking in the views – this Parkland County natural space is a great option. Prospectors Point is located close to the Town Read more [...]

  • Spruce Grove Visitor Centre & Rotary Park

    The Spruce Grove & District Chamber of Commerce is an organization representing all business. We are located in Spruce Grove and support businesses in the City and surrounding district, throughout the calendar year. The visitor information centre stocks maps, campground and accommodation guides as well as brochures on regional and Read more [...]

  • Stony Plain Visitor Centre and Rotary Park

    The Stony Plain Visitor Centre is an award-winning, year-round facility that carries the newest travel brochures from across the country. Our facility is located in a beautiful Rotary Park that gives our visitors access to 360m of paved walking paths around a gorgeous pond, a playground, picnic tables, large parking lot, public washrooms, and Read more [...]

  • Umbach Off-Leash Dog Park

    A beautiful, 25-acre park designated for walking dogs off-leash, the Umbach Off-leash Dog Park is located on the former North Lagoon Lands, just a dog’s bark from the Stony Plain North Business Park at 969 Boulder Blvd. Opened in 2010, the well-maintained park is in a non-residential area and features Read more [...]

  • Central Park

    Central Park has a large community fire pit area, splash, and winter skating oval, free Wi-Fi.  Next to Spruce Grove skateboard park and the Lions Log Cabin.  

  • Shikaoi Park

    Shikaoi Park is a beautiful, Japanese garden filled with ponds and flowers. The ornamental garden park commemorates the special relationship between Stony Plain and Shikaoi, Japan and is named after Stony Plain’s sister town. Located in the heart of downtown, adjacent to the Town Office, the park is a wonderful place to Read more [...]

  • Jubilee Park

    Jubilee Park offers the community the best passive and unstructured recreational opportunities in the city. From paved walking and bike trails, to picnic areas, sliding hill and playground, Jubilee Park provides a multitude of outdoor activities in your community of choice! Features Picnic areas and picnic shelter Plaza Multi-purpose trails Play structure Read more [...]

  • Heritage Grove Park Trails

    Located in the heart of our community, this protected natural wonder provides over 40 km of all-weather trails and connects many of Spruce Grove’s neighbourhoods. The winter months are a great time to enjoy the forest and the birds and animals that call Heritage Grove Park home. Along the trails Read more [...]

  • Cpl. Jim Galloway Off Leash Park

    Cpl. Jim Galloway Off Leash Park has a designated section of that park that is only for small dogs. Other features include: Double-gated entry area to unleash and leash dogs when entering and exiting the park More than 8.6 acres of fenced off-leash park area Almost 1 kilometre (900 metres) of Read more [...]

  • Heritage Park

    Conveniently located along the west side of Stony Plain, Heritage Park boasts Rodeo grounds, a concert-stage and seating area, a viewing hill, picnic tables, asphalt surface handicapped parking, trails, lighting systems and more than 400 trees and 340 shrubs. The 21,000-square-foot, multi-use Pavilion was completed in 2011 and is used Read more [...]

  • Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park

    Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park was established on April 19, 2005, becoming the 69th provincial park in Alberta. The park contains the former Big Lake Natural Area and an additional 302 hectares of Crown land, for a total of 1421 hectares. The dominant feature is Big Lake, which makes up about 59 Read more [...]

  • Pembina River Provincial Park

    Located near the towering Pembina River gorge, with cliffs as high as 62 meters. The area makes for a wonderful place to fish, canoe, kayak, swim and camp. Wildlife Viewing: Species include coyote, mule deer, white-tailed deer, moose, red squirrel, snowshoe hare, muskrat, badger, beaver, mink and occasionally black bear.

  • Jackfish Lake Day Use Park

    Jackfish Lake is well known for the scenic environment that is conducive to many different water activities including swimming, fishing, water-skiing and much more. The beautiful water and pleasant beach environment is great for family picnics.  Bring your fishing rods and your family to spend a day in this quaint Read more [...]

  • Chickakoo Lake Recreation Area

    Chickakoo Lake Recreation Area is a beautiful scenic park located North of Stony Plain.  Bring the family to enjoy a fishing trip, spend a few hours canoeing, mountain biking, or hiking through the park.  Bring along a camera or binoculars to enjoy the diverse wildlife that live at Chickakoo. This 480-acre park Read more [...]

  • Hasse Lake Recreation Area

    A quiet spot for camping, hiking the 3 km trail, having a picnic or doing some bird watching. This 300 acre day use area is operated by Parkland County, and is a popular stop for local residents. Parking and washrooms are available. Dogs are also welcome but must remain on Read more [...]

  • Kokomoko Day Use Park

    Spend the day with family or take a solitary get-away with a blanket and a good book. The Kokomoko Recreation Area, which is owned by the County of Parkland, is located on the southern shore. Its facilities include 10 day use sites, picnic tables and a gravel boat launch.

  • Muir Lake Day Use Park

    In the Glory Hills sits this peanut-shaped pond primed with Rainbow Trout. Muir Lake is an easily accessible quality stillwater located a short drive west of Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton.  Muir Lake is a shallow fertile lake.  In addition to water boatman and backswimmers Muir has healthy populations of leeches, Read more [...]