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A few of our friends that are retired decided to walk from one end of Fishe creek park to the other. We have not been down this way so it was very nice to see. The weather was nice. We normally dont get down in...More
We are often in this park 3 times a week. It’s a great spot to walk the dog or just get outside for some exercise. There are a bunch of different paths / routes to take with varying degrees of difficulty. There is a great...More
We spent an afternoon hiking the trails in this park hunting down a group of hidden geocaches. Although we did not partake there's also a beach and play ground area for the kids. You can actually bicycle here from downtown Calgary on an excellent bike...More
A large wooded park with endless trails to walk, run, or bike (some easy trails and some very challenging ones) within the boundaries of Calgary. Do not get lost.
If activity is not your thing then a quiet picnic along the creek banks near parking...More
I love the trails fish creek has to offer, whether biking, running, walking. I tend to wander close to the river when I go but I see benches all around for a little stop to enjoy the wildlife or people watching.
Fish Creek Provincial Park is an area worth visiting whether you're a tourist or a 'townie'. The extensive pathway system meanders along the Bow River south, then west through wooded and wide open areas offering walkers, runners, cyclists, inline-skaters, birders and hikers many opportunities to...More
This is a great experience: a provincial park within the city limits of Calgary. There truly is something for everyone: hiking and biking, art, food, a river for fishing and catching minnows.
With so much to offer, it's worth the price of admission: free!
I would choose Fish Creek Park, but I am opposed to animals in cages, so I am biased. I much prefer walking around a natural park, enjoying the scenery, stopping to sit on a bench and maybe having a bite to eat from the... More
I would choose Fish Creek Park, but I am opposed to animals in cages, so I am biased. I much prefer walking around a natural park, enjoying the scenery, stopping to sit on a bench and maybe having a bite to eat from the cafe, or a picnic lunch. I hope this is helpful.