Alexander Wilderness Park is a recreation destination located in a valley of coulees on the banks of the Oldman River in the community of Lethbridge, Alberta. The park is popular for hiking, birdwatching, sightseeing and picnicking.
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.
Elizabeth Hall Wetlands is a birding wildlife destination located in the community of Lethbridge, Alberta. There are walking trails with information signs and natural viewpoints.
Henderson Lake is a recreation destination enjoyed by all ages and fitness levels located in the City of Lethbridge popular for walking, dog walking, roller blading, jogging, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, birdwatching, sightseeing & picnicking
Indian Battle Park is a historic destination and sightseeing attraction situated on the shores of the Oldman River located in Lethbridge, Alberta. It is the location of the Fort Whoop- Up Historic Site.
Lethbridge Nature Reserve is a wildlife education destination located in the community of Lethbridge, Alberta. The nature reserve is the site of the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre and three interpretive walking trails.
Nicholas Sheran Lake Park is a community recreation park destination located in the City of Lethbridge with large grass lawns, groves of cottonwood trees, a recreation trail, a day use picnic area, a playground and access to sports fields.
Park Lake Provincial Park is a day use and campground destination located north of the community of Lethbridge, Alberta popular for swimming, picnicking, boating, canoeing, fishing, sailing, hiking, water skiing and camping.
Popson Park is a river park located south of the City of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada in the southern region of Alberta, Canada. Popson Park is best described as an off leash dog park and picnic area.
Writing on Stone Provincial Park is a sightseeing and historic destination located south of Lethbridge, Alberta on the banks of the Milk River in the Milk River Valley. It is home to Blackfoot First Nation rock art (sandstone paintings) and it is a National Historic Site of Canada.