Red Deer Parks, Trails & Places

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Kin Kanyon is popular for families, groups and recreational activities in the community of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. The park is part of a larger park and trail network in Red Deer called Waskasoo Park.
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Fort Normandeau is a picnic and historical destination located in the community of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. The park is part of a larger park and trail network in Red Deer called Waskasoo Park.
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The Bower Ponds Park is a family park and activity destination located in the southwest sector of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. Bower Ponds is part of the larger park and trail network in Red Deer called Waskasoo Park.
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Kiwanis Park is one of the more busier parks for picnicking in Red Deer. There is a picnic day use area with picnic tables, a picnic shelter and some fire pits.
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The park is situated on the western shore of Sylvan Lake and includes a beautiful 1.6 kilometre long sandy beach complimented by high-bank, large grass lawns. The grass lawns are complimented by trees for shade and open area for play.
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3 Mile Bend includes a popular off leash dog park, a day use picnic area, a paved trail and a ski jump. You must be comfortable with dogs when visiting this park as there are many on most days.
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Throughout the Red Deer Gaetz Sanctuary are hiking trails, various information billboards, exhibits and interpretive signs depicting the geography of the area, wildlife and the history of Waskasoo Park
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City Hall Park is a floral garden and public park destination located in the centre of the community of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. The park is the front yard of the Red Deer City Hall building.
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Great Chief Park was named after Chief Maskepetton who was a Cree leader of the 1800s. He was first a warrior and then a peacemaker.
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Today the site it is a picnic day use area and a place for outdoor activity. Some of the activities enjoyed in the park include walking, birdwatching, jogging, picnicking and biking.
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Maskepetoon Park is an ecological gem tucked away in the west end of Red Deer, Alberta
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Gleniffer Lake is fed by the Red Deer River and measures 7 kilometres long and 2 kilometres wide. It was named after a post office that once serviced the area long ago. The post office stood on the same site as the present day dam.
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Dickson Dam is a sightseeing destination on the Red Deer River located west of the community of Innisfail, Alberta, Canada. The construction of the dam created Gleniffer Lake.
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