All City of Calgary parks
City park locations
- Barb Scott Park
- Beaulieu Gardens
- Bow to Bluff
- Central Memorial Park
- Century Gardens
- Connaught Park
- Devonian Gardens
- Eau Claire Plaza
- Haultain Park
- Humpy Hollow
- 和園 Harmony Park
- Lois Szabo Commons
- Nat Christie Park
- Olympic Plaza
- Peace Park
- Poetic Park
- Prince's Island Park
- Rouleauville Square
- Millennium Park
- Sien Lok Park
- St. Patrick's Island Park
- Thomson Family Park
- Tomkins Park
There are many exciting opportunities for individuals, businesses, not-for-profits and community groups to help enhance and activate Kingsland Park (KIN017) – 7876 4A St. SW.
Parks & Open Spaces is looking for an organization to Sponsor Kingsland Park (KIN017) – 7876 4A St. SW. The sponsor will receive sponsorship opportunities and benefits that position their organization as a community leader committed to creating dynamic communities and parks in Calgary.
For more information, please contact CPI@calgary.ca.
City of Calgary parks are open from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m., except for the below parks:
- Devonian Gardens - visit site for current hours
- Inglewood Bird Sanctuary - trails open sunrise to sunset, visit site for Nature Centre hours
- Olympic Plaza - 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.
- Ralph Klein Park - visit site for current facility hours
- Reader Rock Garden - open from sunrise to sunset
- Bottomlands Park - open from sunrise to sunset
All parks are open from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. unless otherwise posted at the park. Park gates will be closed and locked at 11 p.m. and reopen at approximately 5 a.m. the next day. Any vehicles left in the parking lots will remain there until the following day.
Within the park, please
- Keep animals leashed (unless otherwise posted)
- Clean up after your pet (min. $250 fine)
- Respect plants, trees and wildlife (min. fine for illegal tree removal or pruning $500)
- Stay on designated trails
- Be a Good Park User
What we do
The City of Calgary provides more than 8,500 hectares of parkland and natural areas, as well as 1,000 km of pathways for you to enjoy. We also:
- maintain more than 1,100 playgrounds, over 475 soccer fields and over 430 baseball diamonds
- mow the equivalent of nearly 3,800 McMahon stadiums during the growing season; public parks every two weeks and playfields once a week
- routinely plant thousands of trees throughout Calgary each year
- maintain picnic sites in nine different parks across the city
- ensure the 8,400 park benches throughout the city are in good condition when you’re ready for a sit-down.
Calgarians tell us every year in our annual satisfaction survey how much they appreciate the quality of life provided by City parks, pathways and natural areas. To enhance and protect these resources, we actively promote environmental awareness and stewardship through education programs, special events and volunteer initiatives such as the annual Pathway and River Cleanup.