Cavan Lake is a remote recreation destination surrounded by grassland prairie fields located southeast of the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta popular for camping, fishing, canoeing and ice fishing.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is located southeast of Medicine Hat on an elevated plateau covered with aspen, spruce and lodgepole pine forests, wildflower meadows, lakes, reservoirs and wetlands. It is a year round destination with year round activities.
Echo Dale Regional Park
Echo Dale Regional Park is an activity destination located west of the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta. The park includes walking trails, picnic sites, two recreation lakes, a swimming beach and a historic homestead.
Heritage Trail System
Heritage Trail System is a 90+ kilometre network of recreation pathways exploring the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta popular for mountain biking, walking, hiking, roller blading, jogging, sightseeing, picnicking and more.
Lions Park is a green space community park located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta popular for walking, jogging, picnicking and sightseeing.
Police Point Park
Police Point Park is a wilderness park and recreation destination situated on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta popular for birdwatching, recreation trails and sightseeing.
Riverside Park is a veterans memorial park easily located next to the Medicine Hat City Hall. The park includes a cenotaph, monuments, some art work and a water fountain.
Strathcona Island Park
Strathcona Island Park on the South Saskatchewan River includes 5 kilometres of paved trails, day use picnic sites, playgrounds, a water park, washrooms, ball diamonds, kitchen shelters, a park pavilion centre and access to a boat launch.
Saamis Tepee is a landmark located on Highway #1 in the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. It is a 65 metre (215 feet) giant tepee looming over the Seven Persons Creek river valley and inside are 10 First Nation murals and information boards.
Kin Coulee Park
Kin Coulee Park is a sculpted picnic park and year round activity destination with large beautiful green grass lawns, a small riparian creek, some floral gardens and groves of trees.