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Fish Creek Provincial Park

67 locals recommend
About this place
Fish Creek Provincial Park is one of the largest urban parks in Canada. It protects much of the Fish Creek valley. The park extends from the Tsuu Tina Nation reserve in the west more than 20 km to the Bow River in the east.
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Location
Calgary, Alberta
Phone(403) 297-5293
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 8:00 AM

Tips from locals

Pamela
Pamela
September 12, 2019
The park features 80 kilometres (50 mi) of trails, of which 30 kilometres (19 mi) are paved,[2] and is home to a large variety of natural wildlife, including deer, coyotes, owls, and beavers. Over 200 bird species have been seen in the park include great blue herons.
Caroline
Caroline
August 27, 2019
Great for a picnic, walking and nature
April
April
August 17, 2019
Fish Creek Provincial Park is within walking distance. Within the park, you will find walking and biking trails, the Bow River, the World famous Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant, Annie's Cafe, Sikome Lake and much, much, more. A protected natural green space. The park has over 20 square kilometers of…
Joel
Joel
June 27, 2019
One of the largest inner city natural parks in the world is located in Calgary. This park offers 100's of km's of walking/biking paths and nature inside the city. You can visit the ice caves in the winter or grab an ice cream at Annie's in the summer.
Roger
Roger
September 12, 2018
5 minutes away lots of birds and some wildlife