Fish Creek Provincial Park is Canada's largest urban park, covering much of the south side of the city and dividing establish... More
Fish Creek Provincial Park
Fish Creek Provincial Park is Canada's largest urban park, covering much of the south side of the city and dividing established and newer suburbs. The park features no organized recreational grounds, with day usage intended instead for walking, cycling or picnicking, although tobogganing is popular in the winter. At the far east and south end is the man-made Lake Sikome beach and swimming area. The Fish Creek Environmental Learning Center, at the west end of the park, is intended primarily for school groups. At the east end, the Bow Valley Ranch Visitor Center, a small bakery cafe, and a more upscale sit-down restaurant, dubbed The Ranch, greet visitors. Hours vary by season, so check the website or call ahead for details.