Fish Creek Provincial Park is a vast cultural, historical and ecological resource. The Friends’ walking tours and education programs offer tremendous opportunities for visitors to learn from experienced guides about a variety of topics including history, nature, engineered wetlands, archaeology and yes, even ghosts!
Covid-19 Minibus Update: No minibus tours were held in the 2020 season. We will reconsider holding these in the future, pending current public health guidelines. In previous seasons, those who may have limited mobility or might just be interested in a fun ride through the park, could join us on one of our Minibus Tours. Stay tuned in 2021 for updates!
Covid-19 Walking Tour Update: Our regular 2020 season was limited due to public health guidelines regarding group size. During October 2020, we offered timed-entry walking tours for stakeholders, the public, and land managers to learn about Beaver Coexistence, and flow control devices installed by Humane Solutions, You Betula Consulting, and the Friends of Fish Creek in September 2020. Due to the need to follow current public health requirements related to group size and physical distancing, we will reconsider offering “re-imagined” walking tours in 2021.
For more information, contact Katie Bakken, Community Engagement Manager, at 403-238-3841 or at katie@friendsoffishcreekorg.
Photo Credit: Julie Gordeau, Capture Nature Photo Contest (2017)