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Chabot Park

A nice place for a morning stroll

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.243 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  Chabot Park is a typical park in Fort Saskatchewan. Well connected to the neighbourhoods it passes, heavily used by the residents in... more »

Tips:  -Bring some water
-Bring a camera for some great shot soy the river.

Stay up to date with the River Valley Alliance and our plans to... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Nicely maintained trail

This is a nice, even walk for all ages to enjoy

2. Possible future bridge

The RVA hopes to put a pedestrian bridge in this location in the future

3. A view looking down

Looking down at the North Saskatchewan River

4. Quiet, grassy areas for kids and pets

This is an area shared by many park users, but is immaculate

5. Another viewing location

Watching the river flowing by

6. Picnic spot

A place to have a snack

7. Walk around a second park.

This junction takes you around William Casey Park

8. Children's Playground

You can let the kids burn off some energy in this community playground.