Bullrush Park

This walking trail loops naturally around portions of the Camrose Golf Course, located to the southeast area of the Golf Course.  During the summer, the trail can be accessed off of Grand Drive and 58 Street. The trails in this area are groomed in the winter months for cross-country skiing, which extends around the perimeter of the golf course and is also used as a winter off-leash dog park. During the winter, access is available from the Golf Course Main parking lot.

Distance: 0.7 km; walking time 11 minutes.

Dog Park

Year Round

There is a fenced off-leash area behind the eastern segment of the Cornerstone Development at 6800-48 Avenue available year-round. It can be accessed by driving to the back of the stores (Safeway to Staples) and parking in the designated area. View a map of the Year Round Off Leash Dog Park.


The last day for the winter off-leash dog park at the Golf Course will be April 7, 2024. After that, the summer off-leash area will be open! 

The Stoney Creek Valley is open as a seasonal (summer) dog off-leash area when the snow is completely gone. View a map of the Summer Seasonal Off Leash Dog Park.

The "south nine" at the Camrose Golf Course is open as a seasonal (winter) dog off-leash area once the greens are completely covered in snow (for an approximately 2km long trail). View a map of the Winter Seasonal Off Leash Dog Park.

Both areas are a multi-use area largely maintained by volunteers. Respecting other users and their chosen activities will ensure its future availability therefore, it is important that the posted guidelines and rules are followed.


  • These are shared, multi-use facilities; respect other dogs and owners.
  • Dogs are to be wearing a current license, identification and owner contact tag(s).
  • Dogs must be accompanied by their owner who must be able to maintain effective verbal control of their dog at all times.
  • Dogs must be both dog and human friendly.
  • Dogs involved in aggressive incidents must leave the area immediately.
  • Dogs must be: a minimum of six months of age, immunized and spayed/neutered.
  • A leash not exceeding two meters (six feet) must be carried at all times.
  • Be sure to dispose of your dog's waste in designated containers.
  • Designated "dangerous dogs" and "guard dogs" are not permitted in these areas.
  • Owners are responsible for the behaviour, welfare and safety of their dog(s) while using these areas. Owners are personally liable for any damages or injury their dog inflicts or receives...the City of Camrose is not.
Jubilee Park

Developed during Alberta’s Jubilee celebrations, Jubilee Park (located at 47 Avenue and 52 Street) is the city’s main family and group picnic area – with washrooms, a huge children’s playground and outdoor gym, picnic shelters, and barbeque pits.  The Jubilee Park loop is connected to the Mirror Lake loop to the north and the Stoney Creek loop to the south.

Distance of the Jubilee Park Loop is 0.9 km / walking time 14 minutes. 

Lions Centennial Park

The Lions Centennial Park (4952 – 50 Street) was developed out of a shared vision of the Camrose Historic Main Street Society, the Camrose Swans and Roses Lions Club, and the City of Camrose to provide a passive and inviting space downtown for people to come together. The park includes a mural dedicated to the historical development of Camrose, ample seating, seasonal plantings, and a stage with electrical power available for events.

Mirror Lake Park

Camrose takes pride in our exceptional surroundings and extensive natural outdoor spaces and trails right in the center of the city. An early objective of the Camrose Urban Parks Committee was to ensure that the urban park development would provide a year-round facility. The Bill Fowler Visitor Information Centre was built in the heart of the park, adjacent to Mirror Lake which was already the site of numerous summer and winter activities. The area contains a children’s playground surrounded by several picnic tables, washroom facilities, a seasonal ice cream shack and food stands, and is the starting point of the paved walking trail (3 km) around the lake. The park is always full of people of all ages busy enjoying themselves in all kinds of weather. Distance of the Mirror Lake Loop 3 km; Walking time 32 minutes.

Mirror Lake is cleared and flooded for outdoor skating, and several community skating rinks are developed for the winter.

Mirror Lake is also the starting point to the 100th Anniversary Legacy Story Markers located throughout the Camrose Trails. Please see map link for details. Educational and Historical Journey -http://arcg.is/1PxaenT

Rotary Skateboard Park

The skateboard park is located immediately north of the Community Centre at 4516-54 Street, on the Rudy Swanson Recreation Park grounds (53 Street and 44 Avenue).

Assisted by the generosity of the Camrose Rotary Club and others, the skateboard park was completed in the spring of 2004 and provides boarders a place to challenge their skills. Designed with the direct input of local boarders and consisting of a variety of bowls, rails, ramps, pipes, stairs, and other features, the skateboard park was designed for both novice and experienced boarders.


  • The use of safety equipment (including helmet, knee/elbow pads, and wrist guards) is highly recommended. The chance of injury increases significantly if safety equipment is not worn.
  • The skateboard park is designed for skateboards, in-line skates, and BMX bikes only. Mountain bikes are not allowed.
  • There is no age limit for the use of the skateboard park but please use it to your own skill level. The facility is not supervised, caution is advised, and when you use it, you do so at your own risk.

Rudy Swanson Park

Rudy Swanson Recreation Park is located in the central area of Camrose, and has many facilities that allow people to participate in recreation and leisure activities. Situated at 53rd Street and 44 Avenue, south of 48th Avenue (Highway 13), it is easily accessed by visitors via major arterial roads.

Recreation Centre, Community Centre, and Aquatic Centre

The Recreation Centre, the Community Centre and the Aquatic Centre are the major indoor facilities in the Rudy Swanson Recreation Park area.

Kin Park

Kin Park is the major outdoor sportfield facility located on the southern part of Rudy Swanson Recreation Park. It consists of four ball diamond facilities for softball or baseball. Kin 2 diamond is equipped with bleacher seating around the infield and field lighting. Kin 1, 2 & 3 diamonds have fully skinned shale infields, covered player shelters, and are permanently fenced around the outfield perimeter.

Harry Andreassen Diamond

Harry Andreassen Diamond is a multi-use facility on which baseball, football, and soccer can all be played. The diamond has a pitching mound that meets adult baseball standards. The diamond has a fully skinned shale infield and covered player shelters. The field is equipped with lighting for evening play.

During the baseball season (May through July), the diamond is outlined with temporary fencing from the infield to the foul poles and around the outfield. In the fall season (August through October) the outfield fencing and foul poles are removed and football uprights are installed.

Multi-Use Sports Fields

Rudy Swanson Recreation Park is also home to seven soccer pitches. Four regular sized soccer pitches are located along the northern portion of the park, with access and parking along 46th Avenue or 45th Avenue and a parking lot immediately to the north of the Max McLean Arena. Three mid-sized soccer pitches are located in the eastern portion of the park and can be accessed by 45 Avenue or 44 Avenue.

Spray Park

The Spray Park, located directly beside the Aquatic Centre (5600 - 44 Avenue), is open from 10:00am - 9:00pm, Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend (weather permitting). View the Spray Park guidelines.

Stoney Creek Park

Stoney Creek Park is a natural area running from 44 Avenue south to the city limits. The park offers an outstanding natural setting for walkers, skiers, runners and bikers to enjoy the habitat and lifestyle of many different birds and animals. What was once a dumping ground for former agriculture and coal mining activities, has turned into an outstanding nature preserve and recreation resource thanks to the Rotary Club of Camrose, the Camrose Ski Club, and other very active and dedicated volunteers. Main access to Stoney Creek Trail is via the Stoney Creek Centre parking lot at the end of 39 Ave, south of the Valleyview Cemetery.

Stoney Creek Loop Distance 4.1 km; walking time 62 minutes. 

In the spring, summer, and fall the cross country trails in the Stoney Creek Valley offer walking, running, and biking opportunities in a beautiful outdoor environment.  In winter, the cross country trail system is dedicated to the sports of cross country skiing and biathlon. The paved trail is for general winter leisure, running or walking. 

Listing of all Parks

Bill Fowler Centre 55 Street and 48 Avenue
Bullrush Park 58 Street and 51 Avenue
Byers Park 44 Street and 51 Avenue
Castle Park 60 Street and 42 Avenue
Cornerstone Pond Park 73 Street and 48 Avenue 
Creekview Park 51 Street and 34 Avenue
Duggan Mall Park 66 Street and 46 Avenue
Duggan Park Marler Drive and 75 Street
Edgewood Park Edgewood Drive
Elizabeth Heights Park 67 Street and 43 Avenue
Elliot Drive Park Elliot Drive and 31 Avenue
Enevold Park - Century Meadows Park Enevold Drive
Grand Drive Park  60 Street and Grand Drive
Jubilee Park 51A Street and 46 Avenue
Kamifurano Park 52A Street and 48A Avenue
Kensington Park Mount Pleasant Drive and 39 Avenue
Kingman Park 5416 - 52 Street
Lions Creative Park 6402 - 50 Avenue
Mirror Lake Centre Park 56-57 Street and 49 Avenue
Mount Pleasant Park Mount Pleasant Drive and Montclare Avenue
Shuman Park 48 Street and 46-47 Avenue
South West Meadows Park 75 Street and 38 Avenue
Sparling Park 5301 - 54 Street 
Stelco Park 46 Street and 52B Avenue
Stoney Creek Park 53 Street and 39 Avenue
Valleyview Park Valleyview Drive and 28 Avenue
Valleyview Pond Valleyview Drive and 28 Avenue
Victoria Park 62 Street and 54 Avenue
Village Estates 50-51 Street and 55 Avenue
West Park 73 Street and 45 Avenue
West Park Pond 69 Street and 45-46 Avenue
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