Lois Hole Centennial Park

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Lois Hole Centennial Park

Lois Hole Centennial Park

The Lois Hole Centennial Park is situated west of the City of St. Albert and stretches over 11 square kilometres. The Lois Hole Centennial Park was designated in 1999 to preserve and protect the natural habitat and wildlife in the area. This is an ideal place for viewing water fowl, games birds and other wildlife species. 

Municipality: Sturgeon County

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Cardiff Park and Pond

Cardiff offers a 160 acre regional park situated on several historic coal mine sites. Cardiff Park is a day use park with single family and group picnic sites, picnic shelters, stand-up bbq's and fire pits. Three playground structures are in this park and other features include horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, softball/slowpitch diamonds and full size soccer pitches. Cardiff Lake, situated within the park, is a local fishing hole for trout and perch. Walk or bike ride on the five km "red ribbon" trail system and in the winter enjoy cross country skiing.