Where to See Fall Foliage in Calgary

September 29, 2023 | Newcomer Information, Our blog

Prince’s Island Park: 698 Eau Claire Ave SW


Close to downtown for a quick nature escape from the city.

Prince’s Island Park, Calgary (Photo: Creative Commons)

Bowness Park: 8900 48 Ave. N.W

Before it becomes a leisure skating circle for the Winter, walk the colourful paths around Bowness Park and by the Bow River.

Bowness Park, Calgary (Photo: Kenys Fairley)

 Confederation Park: 24 Avenue & 24 Street NW to 30 Avenue & 10 St NW

The aquatic vegetation in the park attracts plenty of wildlife to pass by.

Confederation Park, Calgary (Photo: Creative Commons)

Edworthy Park: South Access- Bow Trail & Spruce Drive SW. North Access- Shaganappi Trail and 16 Avenue


Walk the Edworthy Park Loop, it is 3.5 km and takes about an hour. You can pack a picnic, and enjoy the amenities the park has to offer.

(Photo: Creative Commons)

Glenmore Reservoir: 5R7, 7305 Crowchild Trail SW


The Glenmore Reservoir and Dam are located on the Elbow River. It is a non-swimming area because it was constructed to provide Calgarians with a safe and sufficient supply of drinking water.

(Photo: Creative Commons)

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