The biathlon range trails are maintained by the Camrose Ski Club for winter and summer biathlon events. Notable, Camrose hosts the Calforex Cup #3 in January each winter.
Camrose Heritage Railway Station & Park
Stop by the railway park year-round to experience their historical gardens. Have a tour of the buildings and artifacts during the summer Tuesday to Saturday or by appointment.
Camrose Nature Conservation Centre
This conservation area is a beautiful day-use area with excellent bird watching and space to enjoy the lake.
Camrose Ski Hill
This iconic hill in Stoney Creek Park was the site of ski jumping, cross country skiing, and luge.
Popular fishing spots near Camrose include Driedmeat Lake, Pleasure Island, and at the Aberhart Bridge
Jubilee Park is a primary recreation area in the river valley has trails popular for walking, running, and biking
Miquelon Lake Provinical Park
This park is a scenic spot for hiking, biking, camping, taking in the lake sunsets, and hosts spectacular star gazing in the dark sky preserve.
Mirror Lake Park
Mirror Lake is the heart of historical Camrose and is a great place to go for a walk, stop for an ice cream, and check out the Visitor Information Centre.
Off Leash Dog Park
Off-leash dog parks are a great spot for you and your furry friend to make some friends and stretch your legs. Dogs are welcome on leash in all parks in Camrose.
With over 20 playgrounds to visit in Camrose, you can slide or swing into action in Camrose!
Rudy Swanson Park
Rudy Swanson and Kin Park is a central location for many of the fields, courts, and rinks of Camrose.
Stoney Creek Disc Golf
Disc golf is a rapidly growing sport. Stop in Jubilee Park for a 9-hole round. Bring your own disc.
Stoney Creek Park
Stoney Creek Park is a primary access point for the cross country ski trails in winter and access to both paved and mowed trails for mixed use.