Parks & Pathways
366 46 Ave. West
Centennial Park, established in 1967, has baseball diamonds, an outdoor play structure, and a campground. It is also home to the spray park (see below) that is operated throughout the summer months.
For camping information see the Camping page.
9 Disc Golf Tones Course
Located adjacent to Patterson Park and the off-leash dog park on Claresholm's east side, this Disc Golf Course was installed in July 2020. The markers for Pro, Advanced and Novice distances are marked. The course begins on Tee 1 on the west side of the Patterson Playground.
Disc golf starter kits are available at the Claresholm Aquatic Centre (limited quantities). Please call 403-625-2172 to reserve your set and make payment and pickup arrangements.
For a copy of the score card and more information, please visit this page HERE
366 46 Ave. West
NOTE: Effective July 25, 2023, the Spray Park hours are 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. to limit water use due to the current water shortage.
The spray park is located at the northeast side of Centennial Park Campground.
This park became a reality due to hard work by volunteers from the Claresholm Parks Society.
The park is open 10 am to 8 pm from early June to Labour Day, so bring a lunch and enjoy the day!
Weather permitting, the park may be open earlier and close later in the summer.
4900 3 St. West
Amundsen Park has plenty of space with both shade and sunshine. Located across the street from the Public Library on the edge of downtown, this beautiful park is easy to find. It has walking paths, picnic tables and play structures. There is plenty of grassy space for playing or socializing.
Walking & Biking Paths
The outskirts of Claresholm are approximately 10 kms in length. Check out the walking paths on 8th Street West, where you can see the sunset over the prairies, or the sunrise to the east of town on 8th Street South. Claresholm has its own unique “banana belt” for weather, boasting some of the best in Southern Alberta, and we’re able to watch the Chinook start to crest over the mountains. We have quiet roads for biking in town where you can take in historical houses, gardens galore, and the friendliness of our neighbours or go for a ride out into the country (mountain bikes recommended) on the range and township roads.
We have several other small Parks throughout the town. We invite you to explore and discover some for yourself.
If you need a hint, start here.
To Find other Parks in the area, visit the Regional Attractions page of our website.