The Best Hiking Trails in Red Deer

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Red Deer, AB. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


7890 40 Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4P 3R6

Canoeing Ponds, Canoe and Kayak Boardwalk, Picnic Area, Remote Control Car Track, Freestyle Ski Jump, Off Leash Dog Area, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Outdoor Facilities & Cross-Country Ski Trails

55 hectare natural area that caters to a variety of outdoor activities - Located on the North Bank Trail adjacent to the Red Deer River


We've had so many wonderful walks with our dogs here over the years. This is one of my all-time favorite dog parks. The trails and paths wind through the trees and along the river and various ponds. Dogs can romp free and swim. People are generally friendly and most people have good control over their pooches. We have met a few irresponsible owners but most are great. There are a lot of big dogs and dogs running together so if you have a tiny and/or sensitive dog it could be a bit overwhelming.

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4707 - 64 Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 7B5

Since 1964

Trail Running, Dog Walking, Fishing, Hiking, Picnicking, Swimming, Walking, X Country Skiing, Canoeing, Cycling, Baseball Diamonds, Two Fastball Diamonds, Combined Soccer/Football Field, the Kiwanis Picnic Site, 10-Hole Pitch N’ Putt, Horseshoe Pits & Outdoor Sports Park

16.5 hectare multi-use park site within the Waskasoo Park system - Offers many recreational services and facilities for activities - The park hosts sporting events on a regular basis

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

Great Chief Park and Bower Ponds is probably the most well know and popular park in Red Deer. Skate on the pond during winter, peddle boat on in the summer. Walking paths in great condition, and a very well looked after playground. Just a great park if you want to go for a walk and not spend forever getting there or walking.
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45 Street, Red Deer, AB T4N 3M4

Since 1924

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Trail Running, Bird Sanctuary, Wildlife, Skiing, Pet Friendly, Plants, Mammals, Cross-Country Ski Trails, Outdoor Facilities, Nature & Park

122 hectares of protected land within Red Deer city limits and it is a refuge for native plants and animals - Five kilometres of trails, a bird blind, and viewing decks introduce you to a variety of habitats

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

This is an awesome hiking trail. Being a fenced-in, protected wildlife sanctuary, it's refreshingly free of garbage and hobos that you might find in other city trails systems. The Kerry Wood nature centre has a little interpretive centre, snacks, it's a great place for an educational field trip.
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