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Parks & Trails
Wetaskiwin is a walkable community, and the City promotes active living by continuing to expand its extensive trail network. Click Here for Wetaskiwin's Trail Map.
The City promotes healthy, active living, and recognizes the crucial role local parks and trail system play in maintaining this vision.
Ashoro Friendship Park
The Wetaskiwin Ashoro Friendship Park was created in honour of the decades-long relationship with our sister city of Ashoro, Japan. Inspired by Japanese design, the park is nestled in a residential area providing a relaxing atmosphere to all who visit.
6128 56 Avenue, Wetaskiwin | Get directions
By-the-Lake Park is a superb day-use facility featuring a 17-acre constructed lake surrounded by a 2.5 km paved trail for all to enjoy. A large picnic area, playground, and public washrooms make this an ideal spot to spend some time amongst the trees.
Have a dog? The Bark Park (off-leash dog park) is located on the north side of By-the-Lake Park and can be accessed from the trail system or via its own parking lot.
Diamond Jubilee Park
Centennial Drive & 53 Avenue | Get Directions
Home to Wetaskiwin's Edible Urban Forest, this park is home to 41 fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. This tasty array of plants includes four Goodland eating apples, four Pembina eating plum, six Combination eating pear, and two Native raspberry.
Peace Hills Park
1 km west on Township Road 464 | Get directions
While this park is located within the County of Wetaskiwin, it is certainly well utilized by Wetaskiwin residents! Featuring a number of trails, a disc golf course, a children's playground, as well as a covered picnic area, you'll often find it humming with activity!
Other Local Community Parks
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