Echo Dale Regional Park

Echo Dale Regional Park


50.051800° N, -110.783252° W

East on Holsom Road

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Echo Dale Regional Park is an oasis for people and wildlife and has more than 110,000 visitors each year. Their patrons range from sun-loving swimmers to those who enjoy sitting around a fire at night, to the regulars who walk the trails each day throughout the year, no matter how bad the weather!   


Tour an early settler's home, or enter the coal mine.   Visit the farm animals or just look for the nearby wildlife.  There's a new pirate playground at the swimming lake and don't forget the boat lake, perfect for a relaxing row. There is also a concession, which sells hot dogs and ice cream.  There are shaded BBQ areas too if you bring your own picnic.  Walk or bike along the South Saskatchewan River and enjoy the beautiful cliffside views.


From the historic farm site on the west side of the park to the day-use area on the far east side of the park and all the other areas in between, the pristine condition of Echo Dale Regional Park is a local favourite. Pack a bag and plan to enjoy the day at Echo Dale Park!

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