Dive into the long weekend with the opening of some spray parks
With summer fast approaching, the grass and trees are turning green and city crews are hard at work to ensure parks and outdoor recreation spaces are ready to be enjoyed for the season.
Explore outdoor recreation equipment and check their status
From playgrounds and spray parks to tennis courts and extensive networks of trails, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities in the area.
Use the parks and facilities map to find outdoor recreation facilities in your neighborhood and check if they are open or closed.
Spray parks open for the long weekend
From May 20, spray parks will begin to open and will be available daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Borealis Spray Park
- Howard Pew Spray Park
- Frank Lacroix watering park
- Parsons Creek North Spray Park
- Wood Buffalo Spray Park
- Syncrude Sports Park – KP Wong Spray Park
- Lakewood Spray Park
- Grayling Terrace Spray Park
Crews are currently making repairs and making sure equipment is safe in closed spray parks.
When using spray parks, be courteous to others and follow all posted signs.
Parks and Trails Etiquette
The area’s outdoor recreation areas are a highlight of every summer! Please use municipal amenities responsibly and follow the rules in place so they can be enjoyed by all.
- Motorized vehicles are not permitted to be used in parks or on trails in the urban service area.
- All pets must be leashed, except in off-leash dog parks.
- Pick up after your pet.
- Campfires are not permitted in parks or trails and pose serious safety concerns. Fires are permitted in approved pits where there is no fire ban in place.
- Don’t throw away!
Find more information about rules and etiquette for parks and trails here.
Maintenance of parks, fields, paths and green spaces
The Municipality maintains more than 50 parks, 55 sports fields and playgrounds, 135 km of trails and 800 hectares of green spaces. There’s a lot going on every day, including mowing, pruning, planting, weed and pest control, field rejuvenation, equipment maintenance, and trail maintenance.
Improvements to outdoor recreation areas
Among the construction projects for 2022, the municipality will carry out several outdoor recreation projects this summer, including the rehabilitation of playgrounds, the repair of paths, the improvement of the park and the upgrade of the Abasand OHV assembly area. .
Find more information about the exciting work underway and sign up for neighborhood construction updates at rmwb.ca/construction
To learn more about parks and outdoor recreational spaces, visit rmwb.ca/parks.
For more information, questions or to bring something to the attention of the Municipality, contact Pulse at 780-743-700 or 1-800-973-9663.