Alexander Wilderness Park, a 255 hectare park, is a tranquil preservation area, sheltered on one side by coulee cliffs and bordered on the other side by the Oldman River. The park is only accessible by a 2.5 kilometre walking trail leading through the coulees from the lower parking lot where you will find public washrooms and a picnic site. Nature and exercise enthusiasts alike have plenty of opportunity to see a multitude of plants and animals as they enjoy a casual stroll or a vigorous hike through the park.
The park is open from 7 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. during the summer. There are a few rules associated with a designated nature preserve:
- Bikes and dogs are not allowed
- Picking or removing of vegetation is not allowed
- Fires and camping are not permitted
Click here to view a printable version of the Alexander Wilderness Park features.
Click here to learn about the history of the Alexander Wilderness Park.
River Valley - Park entrance off Mildred Dobbs Blvd & Marie Van Haarlem Crescent
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