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Hermitage Park

#62 of 181 things to do in Edmonton Features Animals
2115 127 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta T5A 2X8, Canada
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dog park

nice place to take your dog and walk the path. Nice dog friendly place. Sometimes you need to be... read more

Reviewed January 6, 2017
perry h
via mobile
Another pretty park

It's a nice park for everyone. It's too bad it's near the refineries and the near by area is a... read more

Reviewed September 3, 2016
Michelle W
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“off leash” (3 reviews)
“geese” (6 reviews)
“ponds” (4 reviews)
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2115 127 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta T5A 2X8, Canada
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Reviewed January 6, 2017 via mobile

nice place to take your dog and walk the path. Nice dog friendly place. Sometimes you need to be aware of bigger dogs running loose. Some owners dogs do not obey them on call back. You can have a bbq or trout fish in the...More

Thank perry h
Reviewed September 3, 2016

It's a nice park for everyone. It's too bad it's near the refineries and the near by area is a little dodgy.

Thank Michelle W
Reviewed August 26, 2016

This wetland park went through a huge revamp. It is still mostly used by dog walkers (large off-leash area). However, they did an incredible job of bring back wildlife. Coyotes, pelicans, ducks, stocked lake for fisherman here. There is also a stocked lake for fisherman...More

Thank Julie M
Reviewed August 7, 2016

Hermitage Park is a fantastic escape from the city streets to take the dog out for walk. Whether it is a short half hour stroll around the viewing pond or a nice couple hours with river access, your dog is sure to have a blast!...More

Thank Tyler J
Reviewed July 3, 2016

The off-leash dog area is in the far North end of the Park. What a beautiful place - one would hardly know they are in the city while walking the trail! the birds singing, the wildflowers popping - it was fantastic! We went yesterday and...More

Thank M G
Reviewed April 25, 2016

Nice, natural park - geese and ducks nesting . Off leash area for dogs . The fishing pond for kids is an extra bonus . Bring charcoal briquettes or a picnic lunch .

Thank Synchrored
Reviewed February 8, 2016

This is a quiet park to play or go for a walk or picnic. Not much there but a get away from busy city life

Thank justme55555
Reviewed September 27, 2015

I visit Hermitage Park several times a year. During my last visit the fall colours were out. This is an excellent place to enjoy the fall colours. Annual migrations are in full force. There were lots of geese in the area along with seagulls and...More

Thank Lawrence B
Reviewed September 1, 2015

Great park for cycling and walking! But lots of dogs, ok but people have to pick up after their dogs please! There was poo on the bike trails, yuk!

Thank svinga2016
Reviewed July 29, 2015

Hermitage Park is a fantastic place to go for a quiet walk. The path stretches for miles through a forest path so there's lots to look for. We found the path to be quite quiet; most people seemed to go into the dog park. The...More

Thank shark1765
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