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We attended a wedding along the banks of the creek. One with nature. Cool but such a beautiful spot.
We've also walked through at other times just to enjoy the surroundings. Well worth a visit even just to compare to Australian Parks
This is truly the best park inside Calgary, and oddly, it's not run by the City, it's run by the province. The areas are large, there's lot of water, being on the Bow River and Fish Creek itself, as well as containing many storm water...More
Fish Creek Park is a serene, forested park with a flowing river and beautiful landscape! The walking trails wind through the forest for miles! A great place for taking the dog or just becoming one with nature! A true gem in the south end of...More
Fish Creek Park is a big part of what make Calgary one of the best places to live in the world! Of course, it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of New York's Central Park, but it is meant to be a "natural" park....More
went out with few out of town friends. just walk , chat and calm away from busy schedules. all enjoyed it. calgary is such a small city as compared to Vancouver or new York etc, but it is beautiful when it is and that's the...More
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I would choose Fish Creek Park, but I am opposed to animals in cages, so I am biased. I much prefer walking around a natural park, enjoying the scenery, stopping to sit on a bench and maybe having a bite to eat from the... More
I would choose Fish Creek Park, but I am opposed to animals in cages, so I am biased. I much prefer walking around a natural park, enjoying the scenery, stopping to sit on a bench and maybe having a bite to eat from the cafe, or a picnic lunch. I hope this is helpful.