Edmonton Parks, Trails & Places

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The Elk Island National Park is a unique mixture of aspen forests, wetlands, black spruce bogs, lakes, creeks and grasslands. It is a complex eco system for wildlife which once roamed the southern boreal plains and grassland plateaus of the region.
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Some of the features of the park include a lake with a boathouse providing rentals, a playground, splash park, recreation centre, baseball fields, soccer fields, disk golf course, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts and some horseshoe pits.
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The Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area is a wildlife management, cattle farming and activity destination located east of the community of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in the Central Alberta region.
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Borden Park is a well maintained community park ideal for picnics and events. There are picnic sites with picnic tables and BBQ pits. One picnic site is developed with a shelter with power. Both operate on a first come, first serve basis.
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The Henrietta Muir Edwards Park is a forested 14 hectare park located north of the Mutart Conservatory. The park and the trail are considerd a picnic and garden park popular for activities like walking, biking and jogging.
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Pigeon Lake measures 22 kilometres long and 11 kilometres wide. The Pigeon Lake Provincial Park is situated on the southwest shore of the lake and was first established as a park in 1967.
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The Whitemud Creek meanders through the park. The forests are left in a natural state. There are opportunities for wildlife sightings. And most of the trails exploring the park are natural covered with gravel and dirt.
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During the summer months some of the activities enjoyed in the park include picnicking, walking, jogging, biking, horseshoes, water fountains, cricket and baseball.
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The Mill Creek Park is part of a very large network of river valley parks lining both banks of the North Saskatchewan River.
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The collection of parks and urban forests cover over 7400 hectares of land, measuring over 25 kilometres long. The valley of forest and parks is recognized as the largest continuous parkland in Canada.
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The River Valley Trail is a vast network of paved, gravel and chip wood trails which connect the north of Edmonton near the John Walter Museum with the south of Edmonton near the Whitemud Nature Park Reserve.
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