Westview park

Located at 5207 52 St, Calmar, AB T0C 0V0

Welcome to Westview Park, where the tranquil countryside of Calmar unfolds in all its natural splendor. This expansive park offers a panoramic vista of our picturesque surroundings, inviting you to immerse yourself in the beauty of rural Alberta. As you explore the well-maintained green spaces, you’ll discover a serene retreat, perfect for leisurely strolls, family picnics, and moments of quiet reflection. Westview Park embodies the essence of our town, where open skies meet lush landscapes, creating a peaceful haven for residents and visitors alike. Come and experience the charm of Calmar’s countryside at Westview Park.

Park Features

Explore amenities and features:

  • Picnic table
  • Basketball court

Park & playground etiquette and safety

  • Respect Park Hours: Observe posted park hours and avoid using park facilities during closed hours.
  • Litter-Free Zone: Dispose of trash in designated bins and keep the park clean for everyone to enjoy.
  • Leash Your Pets: Keep pets on a leash and clean up after them. Some parks may have designated off-leash areas.
  • Mind Noise Levels: Be considerate of others by keeping noise levels, including music and conversations, at a reasonable level.
  • Share Equipment: Allow others to enjoy playground equipment and sports facilities. Wait your turn and be patient.
  • No Vandalism: Respect park property. Vandalism not only damages public resources but also affects the enjoyment of the park for everyone.
  • Follow Safety Rules: Use playground equipment and sports facilities as intended, following posted safety guidelines.
  • Supervise Children: Keep a watchful eye on children at all times to ensure their safety while they play.
  • Be Mindful of Wildlife: Do not feed or disturb wildlife. Enjoy their presence from a safe distance.
  • No Smoking or Alcohol: Refrain from smoking and consuming alcohol in parks and playgrounds.

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