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Mill Creek Ravine Park
#1 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Right off white ave, great place to go for a hike before brunch, bike rides, or just enjoy a bit of nature, love this place.
This is a great park to take your dog for a walk, throw a frisbee or just enjoy the great outdoors on the walking trails.
William Hawrelak Park
#2 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Hawrelak park is a great park with lots of space but alos the venue for lots of festivals and events including Heritage days, Silver Skate, and Shakespeare in the Park and Symphony under the stars
... pond By picnic area building number 2 is a footbridge that crosses the river and takes you to Laurier park which has many walking paths along the river and an off lease dog park A truly beautiful part of Edmonton
Elk Island National Park
#3 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Wildlife you can encounter includes Woods Bison (south side of hwy 16), Plains Bison (north side of the park where the visitor centre is), elk, moose, deer, coyotes, beavers, muskrats, herons, pelicans, owls, gees...
A short drive from Edmonton on Highway 16, there is small national park with a proliferation of wildlife: 250 bird species (some rare, some just gorgeous), 2 types of bison, elk, deer, moose, beaver, and coyotes.
Muttart Conservatory
#4 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
If you are in touch or need to reconnect with Flora / Mother Nature, the focal energy from the architectural design of the 4 pyramids is a pure euphoric escapism.
Mountain bike trails and a full beautiful park make this place great.
University of Alberta Botanic Garden
#5 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Definitely an awesome place to get in touch with nature, take in beautiful scenery, and relax; my favourite place here is the Japanese garden with the Koi pond, I could spend(and have) hours here.
The greenhouses were interesting, but the other gardens were beautiful and well worth the walk around the entire park.
Terwillegar Park
#6 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Excellent trails for walking, it's the largest dog park in the city, and there is a huge number of dogs there on the weekends for our dog to play with.
Most people know about Terwillegar dog park but cross the footbridge to Oleskiw River Valley Park, a naturalized flood plain, and you’re on a great multiuse trail- bike, walk, run.
Valley Zoo
#7 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
The Valley Zoo is interactive and you get to see Lucy the Elephant roam the park which is really magnificent to see!
Great location by Laurier Park you could also have a picnic and spend the entire day.
Rundle Park
#8 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Rundle Park has it all - walking trails, groomed cross country ski trails in the winter, trail along the river, picnic sites, great playground, hall rentals, various ponds, skating in winter, toboggan hills.
Spent a hour and a half walking though the park, lovely, paved trails, would be great for cycling in the warmer weather (we were there in March).
Treehouse Indoor Playground
#9 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Hide N Seek Indoor Playground
#10 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Indoor playgrounds and jump park great for little kids.
John Janzen Nature Centre
#11 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Get in touch with nature -- visit the paths, enjoy the exhibit room - sometimes with live creature, nature walks and the recent addition of an excellent play room for toddlers and elementary ages.
Great family fun, different from the regular theme or play park
Laurier Park
#12 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
It's really a combination of two parks: Sir Wilfred Laurier which contains the Valley Zoo; group picnic areas; ball diamonds; boat launch; and across the road Buena Vista Park with its large off leash area (best i...
Small park located on the banks of the North Saskatchwan River, Laurie is a gem hidding in the valley.
Emily Murphy Park
#13 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Whitemud Park & Nature Reserve
#14 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Pristine nature area, in the middle of the city!
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Hermitage Park
#15 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Nice, natural park - geese and ducks nesting .
Jackie Parker Park
#16 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Excellent Playground, Wonderful Splash Park!
The park itself has a water-spray park, a climbing park, and a rock climbing park, with a prehistoric theme.
Victoria Park Oval
#17 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Or you could park at 120 st and Jasper and walk down the stairs (but you would have to get back up the hill!)
Marine Life
#18 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Patricia Ravine Trail
#19 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Or you can extend it by going across this bridge to the South side of the river and through the Riverbend neighbourhood to Terwillegar Park.
Alex Decoteau Park
#20 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
The park is right on the new Edmonton bike lanes so it is easily accessible from anywhere in the city!
Wonderful new park in Downtown Edmonton
Sunridge Ski Area
#21 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Accidental Beach
#22 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Royal Canadian Air Force Commemorative Park
#23 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
The End of The World
#24 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Oxford Park
#25 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Guinevere Park
#26 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
Snow Valley Ski Club
#27 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
... be able to try the different levels of difficulty from just above the ground through several different levels until you reach your goal or end in the tree tops high among the pines surrounding the Aerial Park.
Miquelon Lake Provincial Park
#28 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton
The nature trails were well maintained and excellent for hiking.
Urban Jungle Run
#29 of 29 Nature & Parks in Edmonton