Publication date 2007
Size (mm) 152.4 x 228.6 x 8
This book introduces you to the amazing variety of parks and green spaces in Southeast Calgary. There are sixty locations included in the book. Paths by the river, natural areas, escarpment viewpoints, city centre and older community parks and other green spaces are waiting to be discovered.
You might be looking for a natural area to explore, a park or green space beside the Bow River or Fish Creek, a new location to watch birds, somewhere different for a picnic or perhaps just a quiet spot to relax on a busy day. You can find just such a place in Southeast Calgary.
In Southeast Calgary you can discover:
– A bird sanctuary
– A fish hatchery
– One of Canada’s largest urban parks
– Two former oil refinery sites converted to parks
– A former railway yard converted to an inner -city park
This guidebook is part of a three book series of Calgary’s Parks and Green Spaces. There are ninety one parks and green spaces in Discover North Calgary’s Parks and Green Spaces. There are one hundred and six parks and green spaces in Discover Southwest Calgary’s Parks and Green Spaces.
Photos – clockwise from upper left (a park in Cranston, Carburn Park, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Pearce Estate Park)