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Edworthy Park - Calgary, Alberta
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member wildwoodke
N 51° 03.160 W 114° 09.624
11U E 699010 N 5659518
Quick Description: Edworthy Park is a fabulous park and contains the furtherest east Douglas Fir in Canada situated in southwest Calgary, Alberta.
Location: Alberta, Canada
Date Posted: 9/5/2007 7:47:25 PM
Waymark Code: WM253G
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member sfwife
Views: 89

Long Description:
Edworthy Park is a great place to hike, geocache, have a picnic, start a bike ride, walk the furtherest extent eastward of Douglas fir, play by the river, walk the dog, etc., etc.

Edworthy Park was once a part of the Cochrane Ranch and was eventually purchased by Thomas Edworthy in 1883. Along side his neighbour John Lawrey, Edworthy established a profitable garden market that supplied fresh fruit and vegetables to railway crews and homesteaders. In later years, after discovering sandstone on his property, he operated sandstone quarries for the construction of many buildings in Calgary. The land was purchased by the City in 1962 for the development of a park.

Park Features:
playground
picnic sites
picnic shelters
pathways
gazebo
BBQ pits and stands
picnic tables
benches
public washroom (seasonal)
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