Haskayne Legacy Park

Experience Calgary’s traditional western ranchlands, spectacular prairie views, and kilometres of paved pathways and gravel trails.

About the park

Haskayne Legacy Park contains a pavilion, one of The City’s greenest buildings, ecologically-sensitive grasslands and kilometres of paved pathways and granular nature trails. The regional pathway provides a view of the scenic Bearspaw Reservoir and connects to Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park’s pathways. The park also has a gravel parking lot, washrooms, and outdoor gathering space with an overhead pergola and gas fireplace, seating, picnic tables, large harvest picnic tables, and bike racks. 

Address: 9000 149 St. N.W.

Area: 126 hectares

Park hours: 5 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Please note: The pavilion building is currently closed to the public. There may be opportunities for these facilities to be booked to host events, weddings and educational programs in the future. Please check back for details.

Washrooms: Public washrooms are located east of the pavilion building and open during park hours. 



Haskayne Legacy Park was made possible by the efforts of many people over more than 10 years. It started with Former Mayor Bronconnier’s vision to create larger regional parks along the borders of Calgary. Funded by the ENMAX Parks Program and generous donations from individuals like park namesakes Dick and Lois Haskayne, the park was opened on September 16, 2023. Dick and Lois Haskayne donated some of the land for the park and contributed funds that supported the development of the pavilion building. Their generous contributions helped protect this unique natural area containing ecologically-sensitive, native fescue grassland for all Calgarians to enjoy.

In recognition of their contributions to the park, one of the harvest-style picnic tables under the pergola bears the Haskayne family brand. The Stockmen's Memorial Foundation added the brand to the table during the opening on Sept. 16, 2023.

The Haskayne family brand on one of the picnic tables at Haskayne Legacy Park
The Haskayne family brand
The Stockmen's Memorial Foundation adding the Haskayne family brand to the table.
The Stockmen's Memorial Foundation branding a table
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