Lethbridge Parks & Trails

Indian Battle Park includes a playground, picnic areas, the Coal Banks Interpretive Site, the Gault Museum, Elks Recreation Centre and the Fort Whoop-Up Historic Site
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The Writing on Stone Provincial Park is, first and foremost, a National Historic Site of Canada. A protected area. A special park because , long ago, the land was the hunting grounds and a transportation route for the Blackfoot First Nation people. And they left behind their stories for us to cheris
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Henderson Park measures 47 hectares (117 acres). It is a well developed and well visited park popular for many activities including walking, dog walking, roller blading, jogging, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, birdwatching, sightseeing, picnicking and much more.
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The Park Lake Provincial Park was established in 1932 and is a popular destination for activities like swimming, picnicking, boating, canoeing, fishing, sailing, hiking, water skiing and camping.
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Established in 1982, the nature reserve is the site of the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre and interpretive walking trails. The centre is a good source for wildlife education and for interpretive programs.
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Each of the three trails leads to natural viewpoints with views of the Oldman River and overlooking a valley of rolling coulees. The trails explore a grassland prairie environment with groves of cottonwood trees surrounded by clusters of saskatoon and buffaloberry bushes.
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The 43 hectare (106 acre) Nicholas Sheran Lake Park is a neighbourhood park with large grass lawns, groves of cottonwood trees, a recreation trail, a day use picnic area, a playground and access to sports fields.
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This Lethbridge, Alberta nature preserve provides an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the local wildlife in the region with a special focus on the birding wildlife.
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From the main parking lot of this Lethbridge, Alberta park is a single track dog walking trail following the banks of the Oldman River. The dirt trail explores open grass fields covered in groves of cottonwood trees.
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The Coal Banks Trail is a network of pathways measuring over 30+ kilometres long popular for walking, biking, jogging, roller blading and sightseeing. The trail system is very baby stroller and wheelchair friendly in many sections.
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