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
- C.T. Aquatic and Recreation Centre – 2909 -113 Avenue. Fully accessible facilities with integrated activities and program available for persons with disabilities.
- Outdoor Pool Fred Broadstock – 158 Street & 105A Avenue. Fully accessible outdoor pool with lift access and zero depth entry, ramps connecting to picnic area and sundeck.
- Edmonton Valley Zoo – Buena Vista Road & 134 Street. Accessible facility, viewing areas and carousel rides.
- 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
- Castledowns Park – 115 Street and 153 Avenue. Spray Park and Playground.
- John Devoldore Park – 16415 – 83 Avenue NW. Spray Park and Playground.
- West Meadowlark Park – 9311 – 165 Street. Park and Spray Park.
- Henderson Park – 3408 Riverbend Road. Park and Spray Park.
- Violet Archer Park – 10920 – 70 Avenue. Park and Spray Park.
- Bonnie Doon Park – 9217 – 94 Street. Park and Spray Park.
- Ellerslie Spray Deck – 6 Avenue and Edwards Drive. Spray Park.