This may more aptly be called a woodland than a park. When wandering these woods you will soon forget you are right beside Major Mackenzie Drive, just behind Mackenzie Health Hospital.
There is no parking lot for this park. Two suggested places to park and enter are the red stars and lines.
The Elston Court entrance is quite inviting.
There are paved paths here and it takes you right to the pond and this nice bench.
You may meet some resident dog walkers
The entrance on Kerrybrook Drive is also a memorial for Corporal Matthew Dinning, who lost his lfe in the Afghanastan War.
At this north end of the park, the paths are not paved. You are immersed in the woods
You'll need good walking shoes
Watch where you walk!
Insert yourself here for a true Canadian selfie!!
This looks like the remnant of a farm fence.
This pond is part of the city's flood control. But it does look too pretty to call it a Storm Water Retention Pond
Fall is a fantastic time to visit this park but put a return visit for the other seasons in your calendar.
Don't miss the small details of nature's beauty