Twin Lakes is a popular recreation destination in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. There is a a small rustic wilderness campground, day use areas and a hiking trail at Twin Lakes.
The 3.2 kilometre loop trail explores the life of David Thompson and the history of the first two forts (oldest forts) which once stood on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River during the fur trade of the 1800s.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Amenities in the Riverside Park include a boat launch, picnic area with picnic tables, children's playground, washroom and over 2 kilometres of gravel and dirt hiking and biking trails exploring along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.
The Chimney Trail is an educational interpretive walking trail located on the shores of the North Saskatchewan River at the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada.
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.
Bicentennial Trail is a recreation trail popular for mountain biking and hiking in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. The trail was constructed to celebrate the Bicentennial of the community of Rocky Mountain House.
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.