Woodland park

Located East of 51st and 49 Ave, Calmar

Woodland Park

Step into the enchanting embrace of nature at Woodland Park, Calmar’s hidden gem. This park is a serene sanctuary where nature takes center stage, with towering trees providing a verdant canopy and meandering pathways guiding you through its tranquil depths. Whether you seek solace among the whispers of leaves or a peaceful place for a family outing, Woodland Park offers the perfect escape. Discover the beauty of Calmar’s natural landscape, where every visit to Woodland Park is a rejuvenating journey into the heart of our town’s lush wilderness.

Park Features

Explore amenities and features:

  • Outdoor rink
  • Walking path
  • Recognition wall
  • Benches
  • Christmas in the Park location

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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