Parks and trails

Park trail in spring

Playground and outdoor amenities closed

March 26, 2020
In an effort to keep our community safe, all playgrounds and outdoor amenities are CLOSED until further notice. This includes spray decks, spray parks, courts, the Millennium Place skateboard park, gazebos and picnic shelters. Parks and trails (except for at the Strathcona Wilderness Centre) remain open. While using the trail system, please remember to:
- walk within your own neighbourhood and stay close to home
- always keep at least 6 feet (2 metres) distance from others
- stay home as much as possible and avoid close contact with other people
- share the trails and warn others of your presence as you pass
- avoid touching communal surfaces

Visit Strathcona County’s COVID-19 page often for updates.

Outdoor playground and amenities closure

Enjoying the fresh outdoors in any season leads to an active and healthy lifestyle.  Take a hike on the many trails, kick or throw a ball at a variety of sports fields, let Fido run in an off-leash dog area or enjoy a picnic lunch at one of the natural areas. With 289 kilometres of multi-use and nature trails (asphalt, gravel, dirt, grass), there's no shortage of great places to run, walk, cycle or in-line skate. Strathcona County is a four season playground.


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Last updated: Saturday, March 28, 2020
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