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Strathcona County interactive trail and cycle map

Find and filter information on trails and parks in Strathcona County using the interactive online trail and cycle map.

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Trail and cycle map

Trail map

This guide shows the trail system and parks within the Sherwood Park area. Use the map features below to plan your route and filter by trail surface type, park amenities and subdivisions.  The map also includes Strathcona Wilderness Centre trails.

View PDF of the trail map

Cycle map

This guide provides information on featured cycling routes along with 287 km of trails in Sherwood Park. Explore new routes and make your bike ride a little more interesting by visiting points of interest along the way.

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Trail map

This guide shows the trail system and parks within the Sherwood Park area. Use the map features below to plan your route and filter by trail surface type, park amenities and subdivisions.  The map also includes Strathcona Wilderness Centre trails.

View PDF of the trail map

Cycle map

This guide provides information on featured cycling routes along with 287 km of trails in Sherwood Park. Explore new routes and make your bike ride a little more interesting by visiting points of interest along the way.

View PDF of the cycle map
 

Other trail maps available online

Where to get a printed map

Pick up a printed copy of the trail or cycle map at any Strathcona County recreation facility; Recreation, Parks, and Culture Administration Office (2025 Oak Street); Community Centre; or the Sherwood Park and District Chamber of Commerce. 

Trail etiquette

Please respect our trails and the nature surrounding them.

  • Take only photos. Enjoy the trails! Leave all rocks, fossils, horns, antlers, wildflowers, nests and other natural or historic objects where they are for others to enjoy.
  • Respect the trail. Leave the wilderness as you found it, don’t break branches or cause damage. If out with a dog, keep them on a leash and pick up and properly dispose of their waste.
  • Share the trail. Trails are shared by hikers, trail runners, mountain bikers, and wildlife alike. Respect other users and yield the right of way to ensure safety. Use extra caution when cycling, cyclists can quickly and quietly startle wildlife. Keep children within one arm’s reach on and around ice.

Want to give feedback?

Please use the County Connect link below to send us a questions or feedback to help us improve these maps or trails.

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780-467-2211
recreation@strathcona.ca

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Last updated: Friday, August 12, 2022
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