Pearce Estate Park

Despite being only five minutes from the heart of downtown Calgary. Inglewood is home to 50 acres of reconstructed wetland known as Pearce Estate Park. Converging with the adjacent provincally operated Bow Habitat Station, Pearce Estate Park is a peaceful oasis. A slow curve of the Bow River makes wat for the Sam Livingston Fish Hatchery and the Bow Habitat Visitors Centre, providing a plethora of recreation and learning opportunities within the park.

The area was donated to the city by its namesake William Pearce; a prominent Calgarian who passed away in 1930. The park features an extensive wetland that borders the Bow River, several ponds and streams, a playground, many picnic sites, cross country skiing trails and numerous pathways.

 

Location

1440 17a Street SE

Hours

5:00 am – 11:00 pm

Date

June 1, 2015