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Perfect for walking, cycling, jogging, strolling and experiencing nature

This park connects the Glenmore Landing Shopping Centre with the Weaselhead Natural Area, and is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
BenLar137
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Calgary, Canada
Good outdoor place!

The South Glenmore park has a variety of stuff to do. The spray park is really good for kids as... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2018
pratiknruparel
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Calgary, Canada
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed October 15, 2013

Having lived near this park for several years I have explored it extensively. From the awesome paved trails to the gravel and dirt trails that narrow down to walking through tall grass as you shortcut towards the Elbow river bridge it is a nice place...More

3  Thank Victor O
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed January 30, 2012

I spend a LOT of time around here. Great for a pleasant walk, and so on, though nothing especially of note to crow about. Still, for a dragon boater like me, it's great to relax in the woods once in awhile.

2  Thank tlocalgary
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This park connects the Glenmore Landing Shopping Centre with the Weaselhead Natural Area, and is very popular all year with Calgary's active crowd. When we were there a few days ago, although it had snowed, all the trails were in 99% perfect condition. There are...More

Thank BenLar137
Reviewed October 4, 2018

The South Glenmore park has a variety of stuff to do. The spray park is really good for kids as well as adults! The parking is very limited. There are many things to do around as well.

Thank pratiknruparel
Reviewed June 18, 2018

South Glenmore is a bit the opposite of its cousin North Glenmore Park, which has oodles of parking and picnicking, but overall, is lacking in wild spaces. The shoreline to the Glenmore Reservoir in South Glenmore Park is beautifully wild, and starts right at 24...More

Thank BenLar137
Reviewed May 28, 2018 via mobile

Last week we did the South Glenmore walk by the lake and it was terrific. In total we only walked about 7km but there are about 40 km of trail. We have walked it before going from 90 Ave and Jerusalem Road by Heritage Park...More

Thank paula w
Reviewed March 6, 2018

Humans always connect with the nature to find relaxation. We love going to places as a family and this one is one another place to be in Calgary. Winters are for bundled up walks and summers are to soak in sun ! This park offers...More

Thank Gaucalgary
Reviewed February 26, 2018

although the park is very nice in the winter, it is awesome in the summer. So much to do and see. It's normal to see deer in the park. If you drive down 90th Ave on a Sunday morning you will see the herd.

Thank debbiegrifin879
Reviewed January 15, 2018 via mobile

The 2nd time we have visited South Glenmore Park on visits to Calgary. The visit is August was considerably hotter - a very nice park area with play areas for youngsters and lovely walks along the adjoining lakeside. Our January visit didn’t last very long,...More

Thank Peter J
Reviewed January 15, 2018

The parking lots and main trails are cleared and maintained all year, so it's a great place to get out in the winter. In fact, it's quite popular all year with locals stretching their legs and getting some exercise. On the east side of the...More

Thank BenLar137
Reviewed December 9, 2017

While once famous/infamous for it's impromptu late night teen parties in the late 70s, it has become a great place to walk or bike for all ages. There is plenty of wildlife to see.

Thank touchup2017
Reviewed October 11, 2017

I try to bike through South Glenmore park on a regular basis as it is an easy getaway to awesome natural boreal forest and secluded wetlands around the Elbow river and a number of small streams in the area. Five minutes from the west parking...More

Thank Michael K
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Response from boboymaya | Reviewed this property |
Yes . Unless it's an off leash park .
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Ramneek B
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Response from Heather S | Reviewed this property |
Not as far as I know. The reservoir is limited to kayaks and canoes. You can use your own or rent them from the canoe club.
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