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Confederation Park

10 St and 24 Ave NW, Calgary, Alberta T2K 1H2, Canada
+1 403-268-2489
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1967 Time Capsule to be opend in 2017

This park was open in 1967 to commemorate Canada's 100 birthday. I noticed that there is a time... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Dan M
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Calgary, Canada
Wonderful Christams Lights

Nice lights display for free in winter time and a golf course in summer time. A lush and well kept... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
armourbreaker
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Calgary, Canada
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10 St and 24 Ave NW, Calgary, Alberta T2K 1H2, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This park was open in 1967 to commemorate Canada's 100 birthday. I noticed that there is a time capsule and a sign states that it will be opened in 2017! Interesting.

Thank Dan M
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Nice lights display for free in winter time and a golf course in summer time. A lush and well kept garden in the city.

Thank armourbreaker
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Beautiful place to walk. Nice in fall. Lots of bridges, great for picnicking, biking and golf and cross country ski.

Thank Kathy L
Reviewed 19 February 2017

The great expanses of grass are under snow for most of winter, but the trails are kept up nicely. When I was there, moms were taking their little ones for little walks. There are a few picnic tables about, so if the temperatures allowed, you...More

Thank BenLar137
Reviewed 8 January 2017

I grew up withing walking distance of the park in Capitol Hill when the golf course was just a gully. When I was in my teens we moved to Mount Pleasant right on the park, Loved the view every morning. Being on the park, I...More

Thank jim-in-alberta
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Confederation Park is a wonderful spot to walk, run, bike or roller-blade. I love the colors and the crunch of the leaves in the fall. It is spacious enough you will feel like this is your own park to enjoy.

Thank Pat S
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We typically go for a stroll whenever the weather cooperates, its not a eventful park with events or food trucks lined up. But one for relaxing, getting in that good jog, taking photos, or letting the kids run around. Unlike other parks there is a...More

Thank t3nnisBoi
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Taking an old rainwater swamp and turning it into an amazing park system was a great investment by the city. It is a lovely space to spend time, bring the dog, the kids or a picnic lunch or just stroll or ride or cross country...More

Thank lesshaze
Reviewed 15 October 2016

This park is a gem in urban Calgary. It has a very well-maintained pathway year round for walkers, runners and, in winter, cross country skiers and kids with toboggans. You can stick with the paved paths, or wander next to the stream that runs from...More

Thank deester
Reviewed 8 September 2016

this park very close to downtown you can approach from different directions one of the best park of the city the grass beautifully cut and maintained you can ride walk run,the leaves start be yellowish

Thank John R
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