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Henrietta Muir Edwards Park

Visit one of the Famous Five Parks

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.994 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  Henrietta Louise Edwards Park is one of the Famous Five Parks. Henrietta Louise Edwards was a women's rights activist and reformer.... more »

Tips:  -You can park for free right at the entrance of the park at 98th avenue.
-Easy walking access to the Muttart, Queen of Edmonton and... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Just off the parking lot

You are greeted by a beautiful flower garden when you exit your vehicle.

2. Henrietta Muir Edwards Park Garden

Very pleasant and well maintained garden area

3. City of Edmonton Emergency Phone

A City of Edmonton Emergency Phone location, close to the pedestrian bridge over 98th Avenue.

4. Large picnic and bar-b-que area for families.

There are a number of picnic tables scattered throughout the park for people to enjoy.

5. Pleasant trails

A very relaxing stroll

6. The Edmonton Queen

The dock for the Edmonton Queen Riverboat

7. The view under the Low Level Bridge

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald

8. Paths taking you safety to Nellie McClung Park

The markers and paths are well laid out to get people and bikes safely through the Park.

9. Low Level Bridge

A view of the Low Level Bridge. This bridge was built in 1900 and was Edmonton's first bridge to cross the North Saskatchewan.

10. Another view of downtown Edmonton

There are many great spots to take pictures in this park.

11. Gravel paths

A bit of a different route back through the park