Brooks Aqueduct is a National and Provincial Historic Site dating back to the early 1900s. The aqueduct sits 20 metres above ground and measures over 3 kilometres long and 18 metres high. There is a Visitor Centre, viewing deck and washrooms.
Dinosaur Provincial Park is a World Heritage Site. It includes a Visitor Centre, gift shop, exhibits, concession, day use picnic area, boat launch, playground, campground and hiking trails exploring the landscape of the Canadian Badlands.
Evergreen Park is a community park with large grass lawns, rock and flower gardens surrounded by trees and including a recreation pathway. The park is popular for events and picnicking.
Kinbrook Island Provincial Park plus the Kinbrook Marsh Nature Trail provide many opportunities for adventure in the region including sailing, boating, birdwatching, hiking, camping, canoeing, fishing, picnicking, swimming and much more.
McKay Lake is a small community green-space park and a small lake popular for birdwatching, picnicking and for its walking trail. The park is generally a playground park with grass lawns and a paved recreation loop trail.
Stafford Lake is the biggest lake in the community of Brooks, Alberta. The lake includes a day use park, recreation pathway, playground and a water fountain. The lake is popular for birdwatching, walking, picnicking, jogging and dog walking