At Red Deer Village, you’re a convenient distance to year-round recreation opportunities. Nearby parks provide ways of savoring crisp temperatures with colorful foliage in the fall, as well as skiing and snowboarding in the glorious winter. Once the icy splendor of winter is replaced by a beautiful spring, the local green spaces are nice for walking, biking and reveling in the great outdoors. These springtime pursuits are just as pleasant in balmy summer weather. When each season ends, you’ll eagerly anticipate the next one.
In the 1970s local residents and groups such as the ‘Red Deer River Naturalists’ started to push for a park to enjoy the outdoors. The Waskasoo Park System was born out of what was once used as a waste station. Waskasoo Park is a beautiful reclaimed park and is the perfect spot for exercising in the fresh air or picnicking. It’s equally ideal for winter sports and hikes that offer views of frozen waterfalls and pristine snowy landscapes. The park also has a museum and wildlife center. You’ll find it at 48 Street, Red Deer.
It’s a delight to walk or hike in Bower Ponds while enjoying sights of flying birds, water fountains and lovely trees. In summer, you can rent paddleboats and participate in other water activities. A playground and snack shop are onsite. Paddle your way to the Kerry Wood Nature Centre, home of historic Fort Normandeau. Workshops and educational programs at the attraction are fun for all ages. The address is 6300 45 Avenue.
If you’re you a nature enthusiast, you’ll especially love residing here. To schedule a tour of the homes available for sale or rent, call 403-340-0225. The address is 5344 76 Street Red Deer, AB.