Fish Creek Provincial Park, 10 miles south of downtown Calgary, is the largest urban park in Canada, stretching 12 miles from east to west. The park features 50 miles of trails, of which 19 miles are paved. It is home to a large variety of natural wildlife, including deer, coyotes, owls, and beavers. Over 200 bird species have been seen in the park include great blue herons. The park is divided by the Macleod Trail. If you’re looking for a shaded run, run to the West of this road to enjoy the shade and protection from the forest. Alternatively, if you would rather have a prairie view, stay on the Eastside. The paved path runs from one end of the park to the other and mixed surface trails also meander in and out. All trails are clearly marked. Parking is available throughout the park and the LRT also stops within the park limits. This great park map includes lots of information on the trails, as well as distances between key points.Park Map
- Multiple Distance Options
- Parking is available throughout the park and the LRT also stops within the park limits.