Bower Ponds features a playground overlooking the Red Deer River, a serenity garden and a natural amphitheatre with a covered stage.
Our beautiful parks, trails and natural green spaces are well-known throughout Alberta. The parks invite both quiet retreats and action-packed getaways.
The sports fields at Great Chief Park provide top notch facilities for a variety of sports enthusiasts. From summer to winter, we are home base to various sports user groups in Red Deer.
Maskepetoon Park is an ecological gem tucked away in the west end of Red Deer. Take a stroll along paths and trails that wind through the forest and marshland.
Rotary Recreation Park, located in downtown Red deer, is a hub for all things recreation, sport, and culture in Red Deer.
Rotary Park, one of the most popular parks in Red Deer, has something for everyone. Enjoy a BBQ at one of the many picnic tables and fire pits or book the Rotary Park Picnic Shelter for your event or function.
Three Mile Bend Recreation Area is a 55 hectare natural area that caters to a variety of outdoor activities. It is located on the North Bank Trail near the Red Deer River.
Red Deer has more than 110 kilometres of soft and hard surface trails that traverse the Waskasoo Park system.
The Oxbows Off Leash Dog Park, located at the corner of 19 Street and 40 Avenue, is a 16 hectare site designed exclusively for dogs and their owners.
An equestrian centre is at the heart of the ranch. Enjoy trail and carriage rides in the summer or sleigh rides in the winter. Other activities include playgrounds, trails, a trout pond and picnic shelter.