Things to do for Active Kids

Red Deer Mountain Bike Park Red Deer

Where is it at?

View on Google Maps

Red Deer Mountain Bike Park
Cnr 48 Ave and 79 Street
Red Deer
AB
T4P 2H6
Tel: 403 342 8111

Directions

The park is found at the north end of Red Deer, east of Gaeta Ave and west of Riverside Dr.

Where are we going today?

If you are an active family, then Red Deer Mountain Bike Park might just be for you!

Whether you like taking a peaceful walk, bird watching, or trying out your latest tricks on your mountain bikes, this Alberta park could just be for you!

At Red Deer Mountain Bike Park, there are large areas perfect for cross country single track biking, as well as dirt jumps to try those super cool tricks, as well as free-ride stunts - in designated areas only.

After all - it IS a mountain bike park!

But it's not just biking that this park is great for. Biking, hiking, jogging, bird watching, picnics and peaceful walks can all be enjoyed within the Waskasoo Park trail system, crossing right through this area.

Although the park trails were established and are maintained by cyclists primarily for mountain-biking, the area is public parkland open to other non-motorized, non-equestrian use such as walkers and runners. All users should stay aware, especially at blind corners, on steep down hills and at intersections.

Make sure you keep an eye out for the wildlife too - you never know what you might spot!

So grab those walking shoes, and binoculars, and most important - those bikes - and let's enjoy an active day out in the Alberta sunshine!

 

 

Email attraction

How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree!
  • ChildrenFree!
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Daylight Access

All year round

I'm Hungry!

Picnicking welcome if you don't leave anything behind..

Healthy Eating!

Make sure you take plenty of bottled water to stay hydrated!.

Any Top Tips?

Take them several pairs of clothes, all of their protective gear and a first aid kit: the options for bigger and more confident kids to get rough with themselves on these trails are plentiful, but very good fun!.

Doing our bit

There are rules and regulations set up to ensure the safety of everyone, so please follow them -it ensures you will have a great time!.

More information

Helmets are required for those under 18 years, and recommended for those over 18 years.

Not found what you're looking for?