Nat Christie Park
Nat Christie Park is a small but significant park located on the south Bow River pathway in the downtown west end.
About the park
Nat Christie Park is located on the south side of the Bow River Pathway between 10 St. and 14 St. S.W. In the park there are nine original sculptures that were carved by members of the Stone Sculptures Guild of North America at a Symposium held in Prince's Island Park during the summer of 1998. The sculptures are made from local 60,000 year old Paskapoo Sandstone.
- Stone sculptures
- Adjacent to regional pathway
There are numerous community and public parks in Calgary to explore.
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