Parks & Trails

Wetaskiwin's Trails

Wetaskiwin is a very walkable community, and the City promotes active living by continuing to expand its extensive trail network and collaborating with the WalkABle Wetaskiwin Committee.

Click Here for Wetaskiwin's Trail Map

Wetaskiwin Parks

The City promotes healthy, active living, and recognizes the crucial role our local parks and trail system play in maintaining this vision.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, please follow Provincial and Federal guidelines when using our Parks & Trails. We want everyone to be able to use these outdoor spaces safely!

Have young children? Find out more about our Play in the Park program!

Ashoro Friendship Park

54 Street & 43 Avenue, Wetaskiwin  |  Get directions

The Wetaskiwin Ashoro Friendship Park was created in honour of the 20-year relationship with our sister City of Ashoro, Japan. Inspired by Japanese design, the park is nestled in a residential area providing a relaxing atmosphere to all who visit.

Ashoro Friendship Park in Wetaskiwin

By-the-Lake Park

6128 - 56 Avenue, Wetaskiwin  |  Get directions

By-the-Lake Park is a superb day-use facility featuring a 17-acre constructed lake surrounded by a 2.5 kilometre paved trail for all to enjoy. A large picnic area, playground, and public washrooms make this an ideal spot to spend some time amongst the trees. 

Have a dog? The Bark Park (off-leash dog park) is located on the north side of By-the-Lake Park and can be accessed from the trail system.

Ashoro Friendship Park in Wetaskiwin

Diamond Jubilee Park

50 Avenue & 54 Street, Wetaskiwin  |  Get directions

Recently revitalized and featuring a newly-constructed community amphitheatre, Diamond Jubilee Park is a perfect pit stop on your way to Wetaskiwin's downtown core. Paved trails guide you around this gorgeous green-space, and connect at the park's center where our cenotaph (a memorial to Fallen Comrades in the Canadian Forces) proudly stands.
Diamond Jubilee Park in Wetaskiwin

Montgomery Park 

Centennial Drive & 53 Avenue | Get Directions 

Home to Wetaskiwin's Edible Urban Forest, this park is home to 41 fruit-bearing trees and shrubs.This tasty array of plants includes 4 Goodland eating apples,4 Pembina eating plum, 6 Combination eating pear, and 2 Native raspberry. 

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Peace Hills Park

1 km west on Township Road 464  |  Get directions

While this park is located within the County of Wetaskiwin, it is certainly well utilized by Wetaskiwin residents! Featuring a number of trails, a disc golf course, a children's playground, as well as a covered picnic area, you'll often find it humming with activity!

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Other Local Community Parks

  • Ben George Park
    46 Street & 45 Avenue

  • Centennial School Park
    5310 - 55 Avenue
  • Clear Vista School Park
    4510 - 47 Street

  • Commerce Park (with Peace Cairn)
    50 Avenue & 56 Street (Hwy 2A)
  • École Queen Elizabeth School Park
    4720 - 51 Street

  • Enman Park
    Located behind Willow Drive
  • Garden Meadows Park
    Garden Meadows Drive & Garnet Crescent

  • Kinsmen/Aspen Park
    Aspen Avenue & Applewood Street
  • Kiwanis/Hannagan Park
    4710 - 55 Street

  • Lynn Alta Park
    37 Avenue & 54 Street (back lane)
  • Maple Crescent Park
    North of Maple Crescent

  • Toddler Park
    47 Street & 52 Avenue
  • Northmount Park
    Northmount Drive & 47 Street

  • Norwood School Park
    5505 - 44 Street
  • Parkdale School Park
    4107 - 54 Street

  • Parkside Park
    Garden Meadown Drive & Parkside Drive
  • Sacred Heart School Park
    4419 - 52 Avenue

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