Physical activity on any level is a proven benefit to a person’s mental and physical health; something we need now more than ever. GO Leduc (Go Outdoors) speaks to all the opportunities and possibilities to incorporate activity in a regular routine while visiting the splendid amenities available throughout Leduc.
For this winter season, here are a few areas that may spark your interest:
Centrally located in Leduc’s downtown core, this location features many year-round uses, such as the Multiway Trail System and playground. Other seasonal features include skating on the pond, going snowshoeing, and in the warmer months, accessing the spray park and Alexandra Outdoor Pool.
With more than 6 km of groomed trails, you can enjoy this sport free of charge at the Leduc Golf and Country Club. Please remember to bring your own equipment; rentals are not available.
As a community, we embrace our winter season providing a number of outdoor recreation opportunities for residents. Leduc’s outdoor ice surfaces are professionally developed and maintained for your enjoyment, whether it’s one of our four boarded rinks or recreational skating surfaces; all developed with your safety in mind.
Connecting neighbourhoods to Leduc’s downtown core, residents and visitors can enjoy nearly 75 km of groomed trails, maintained 12 months of the year for many types of activities. Most notably, is the latest addition at Telford Lake of nearly 10 km of trail extending around the lake. The Telford Lake Multiway is a fantastic outdoor gem for walking, biking, etc., as well as watching for area wildlife and bird watching. For more information, click HERE.
This trail is almost 10 km in distance around the lake and is accessible year-round. The trail also features interpretive signage, boardwalk area, rest stops and more; all to enjoy all what nature has to provide. Click HERE to learn more!
This oval is a fantastic, seasonal feature on the west end of Telford Lake that includes holiday lights for folks to enjoy when out for an evening skate.
Leduc features five sledding hills for public access which are located at:
- Harry Bienert Park
- Robinson Park
- Doris Smith Park
- Aileen Faller Park
- Corinthia Park
- Northside of the Leduc K9 Off-leash Park
The community also has smaller neighbourhood sledding hills:
- South Park, at N/W corner of Notre Dame school grounds
- Willow Park, at S/W corner of the Willow Park school grounds
- South Fork at Jose Agostinho Park
- South Fork at McKinley Park off of Sheppard way
- Kinsmen near the boarded rink
Be proactive, Leduc. Get active!
Please visit this page again as we’ll provide more information in the coming weeks on other great outdoor amenities to visit.