Kids play and learn and love the outdoors in award-winning Kids in the Garden programs at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden! Our summer camps and birthday parties are designed to get children joyfully engaged in the natural world.
Mill Woods Park is a great place to cool down in the summer. It features a water playground and a small lake.
No dogs please.
Kinsmen Park is in the heart of the river valley, off Walterdale Road on the south side of the North Saskatchewan River.
Lendrum Place is a residential neighbourhood located in south west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The Edmonton and Area Land Trust is a non-profit organization conserving local natural areas. You can connect with nature on our conserved lands - find directions and trail maps at www.ealt.ca.
Providing the best in living history, Fort Edmonton Park is nestled on 64 hectares (158 acres) of wooded parkland along Edmonton’s river valley. The Park is Canada's largest living history museum.
Nestled in the heart of the river valley, the John Janzen Nature Centre offers programs, events, exhibits and information to encourage awareness and understanding of nature in an urban setting.
Lone Prairie Camp’s mission is to offer a safe and fun environment where people encounter, respond to and are encouraged in their walk with God. Providing an environment where parents know their children are safe is a top priority.
Rabbit Hill Snow Resort is the largest Capital Region Ski and Snowboard Resort located in the scenic North Saskatchewan River valley 15 minutes South West of Edmonton.
Though the correct pathways can be walked in under 30 minutes, most directionally-challenged visitors will require about one hour to travel through the maze of more than 5 km of twists and turns
Northlands is committed to providing the best in entertainment experiences and business opportunities. This is achieved by being a producer, partner, facilitator and host, while positioning Edmonton and the surrounding region for greatness.
Prairie Gardens offers U-Pick fans a surprising variety of heirloom vegetables and strawberries to pick and take home.
Snow Valley’s Green Team will be presenting an opportunity to see and try green initiatives. People may sell items they want to recycle as well so as to avoid just throwing “one person’s junk and another person’s treasure” away.