Have an Accessible Summer
Ever wondered where to find accessible facilities and parks while touring around the city throughout the summer months?
Look no further than
Edmonton’s Community Facilities and Parks Accessibility Guide.
A quick overview of accessible City of Edmonton play spaces can also be found below with links to directions via Google Maps:
Accessible Indoor Facilities for Summer Fun
Hawrelak Park – 9330 Groat Road. Fully accessible River Valley Park, accessible sheltered picnic sites, washrooms and buildings.
Jackie Parker Park – 4540 – 50 Street NW. Fully accessible River Valley Park, with accessible transit and parking lots, wide paved paths, accessible washrooms, picnic sites, viewing points, Playground and Spray Park.
Louise McKinney Park – 95 Street and 101 Avenue. Fully accessible Park with accessible parking, paths, paved picnic sites, switchback ramps with handrail, accessible resting and viewing points.
Rundle Park – 203 – 113 Avenue. Fully-accessible Park, right near ACT Aquatic and Recreation Centre. Terrace Heights Park – 101A Avenue and 68 Street. Fully-accessible Park.
Accessible Spray Parks and Playgrounds