Living in rural Alberta’s Parkland County brings days filled with the beauty of Alberta's parkland and clear starry nights. Parkland County homeowners are surrounded by wildlife and natural areas year-round. The county has a population of over 30,000 people living in over 12,000 homes and country recreational properties.
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The area is neighboured by Leduc County to the South, Sturgeon & Lac Ste. Anne Counties to the North/North-West, and the City of Edmonton to the West. Communities in Parkland County are made up of safe neighbourhoods and country residential areas, many with high levels of community involvement and engagement. It’s close proximity to the City of Edmonton provides Parkland residents with easy access to metropolitan businesses, while the urbanized centres of Spruce Grove and Stony Plain provide quick access to daily amenities and services.
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Parkland County Parks & Recreation
Since the county is located in the heart of Alberta, there are many fantastic outdoor and recreational activities available to both Parkland residents and visitors. The Chickakoo Lake Recreation Area contains 14 kilometres of trails for walking, cycling, hiking, and winter cross-country skiing. Another must-see when living in Parkland County is the Devonian Botanic Gardens. Established in 1959, it consist of 190 acres of manicured gardens, woodland vegetation, and an extensive nature trail system. When visiting the Botanic Gardens in Parkland County, be sure to stop at the butterfly and cactus showhouses.
The natural beauty of Parkland County also extends to its bodies of water. Popular summer destinations for families include tubing down the Pembina River, both a scenic and safe adventure offered 78 kilometres west of Spruce Grove. If water adventures are your cup of tea, then head over to Wabamun Provincial Park or Jackfish Lake. During the summer, families flock to these parks for camping, hiking, tubing and water skiing.