Attractions & Tourism: Back to Nature
Sometimes you just got to get outside and find your way back to nature.
The Innisfail RV Sani-Dump opens for the season on the May long weekend through to September. Located by the Tourist Information Booth (5202 50 St.), token's for the dumping stations are available for purchase ($5 ea.) at the Tourist Booth, Town Office, and at the Anthony Henday Campground. Credit cards are also accepted at the station kiosk.
Anthony Henday Campground
Located on the northwest corner of town, where 56 Street intersects Lakewood Drive (formerly Highway 54), the Anthony Henday Campground is a comfortable and accommodating place to relax and get back to nature.
Spend some time with your friends and family away from all the distractions of our every day lives. Enjoy your peace and make some memories.
Located West end of Innisfail on Lakewood Drive (formerly Highway 54) & 56th Street
Red Lodge Guest Ranch
Enjoy western hospitality including homestyle cooking, hay rides, and trail rides. Join us for fun ranch roping and sorting. Spectators are welcome. Open year round, featuring Sunday brunch open to the public 10:00am to 2:00pm. Rustic cabins and RV parking available.
Bowden, 15km West of Bowden along Highway 587.
River Ridge RV Park & Campground
Full and partial hook-ups on the west bank of the Little Red Deer River. 67 sites with beach, convenience store, clean coin showers, playground, horseshoe pits, group camping area, and security gate
Bowden, 16km West of Bowden on Highway 587 on west bank of the Little Red Deer River
Gleniffer Lake Reservoir
Overnight camping, day use areas, and boat launches on shores of Gleniffer Lake. Information display at the dam site.
South of Highway 54 and east of the Cowboy Trail, 36 kilometres west of Innisfail, Alberta and 36 kilometres east of Caroline, Alberta.
Discovery Wildlife Park
Discovery Wildlife Park displays both indigenous and exotic species, however the main focus of the park is to care for orphaned Canadian wildlife and to educated the public about them. They also have Dallas the monkey and a collection of movie star bears!
Bowden Heritage Rest Area
Open from May to October, this is a basic campsite of 24 sites (some serviced), often used during the day or for family picnics. There are horseshoe pits and playgrounds for the kids. Washrooms with showers, tap water, public phone, sewer dump, with monthly rates available. No reservations required. Phone
Bowden, just off Highway 2 on the south service road.
Parks & Trails
Walk, run, or roll. Just get out there and explore.
Neighborhood Parks and Playgrounds
- Anthony Henday Campground37 Street and 49 Avenue
- Strammit Park
35 Street and 52A Avenue
- Centennial Park
50 Street and 60 Avenue
- Ritson-Bennett Park
48 Street and 46 Avenue
- Pythian Park
46 Street and 49 Avenue
- Napoleon Lake Park (Arena)
45 Street Crescent and 60 Avenue
- Westpark Playground
44 Street and 57 Avenue
- Sunridge Park
44 Street and 46 Avenue
- Mac's/Kinsmen Park
41 Street and 53 Avenue
- Rotary Ann Park (Aquatic)
41 Street Close and 51 Avenue
- Lions Raspberry Park
37 Street and 53 Avenue
- Cannon Park
37 Street and 49 Avenue
- Scott's Park
35 Street and 51A Avenue
- Various School Playgrounds
Located along 52 Avenue
Recreation Parks and Sport Fields
- Skateboard Park
- BMX Park
- Dog Off Leash Park
- Splash Park
- Ball Diamonds
- Tennis Courts
- Soccer Pitches
- Horseshoe Pitches
- Sports Fields
Our system of paved and natural trails links the entire town with a 20 km trail network, which provides recreational trails for walking, jogging, bicycling, in-line skating, and cross country skiing.
The Napoleon Lake Trail is an unpaved trail that runs 1.6km from entrance to exit (around the lake). From the exit, if you travel around the park and back to the entrance, the full distance is 2.5 km.
Dodds Lake - Supports active use, such as swimming and water skiing
Napoleon Lake - Passive use only, to protect the natural elements
Mud/Hazelwood Lake - No public access. Primarily enjoyed passively by visitors to the golf course and ski hill.
(*Note: Large files - may take a few minutes to open)
Centennial Park is Innisfail's largest park and consists of both natural and groomed areas. Washrooms are open to the public from May to September (weather dependant), 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Located at the corner of 60 Avenue and 50 Street.
- natural amphitheatre
- camp kitchen / gazebo
- picnic area
- playground area
- nature watching platforms
- fire pits
- a memorial park
- lawn bowling
- borders the skateboard park, BMX park and Off Leash Dog Park
Off Leash Dog Park
Off leash dog parks provide a community setting in which people can gather and socialize while spending quality time with their own pet, at the same time observing the interaction of groups of dogs at play.
In 2011, the Town of Innisfail opened up an Off Leash Dog Park as a result of its Envision Innisfail initiative, and subsequent public workshops.
Located on the North East portion of Centennial Park, west of the cemetery.
- a fully fenced, spacious area for pups and people to interact safely
- a combination of natural and groomed areas
- complementary plastic bags for dog waste disposal
- natural shrubs and trees, providing shaded areas
- a thoughtfully organized staging area to introduce your dog to the park
Basic Dog Park Etiquette
Be Sure Your Dogs:
- Have up-to-date licenses and vaccinations.
- Don't chase the wildlife.
- Interact well with dogs of all size, and people they don't know.
- Will come immediately when called.
- Are not in heat.
- Are not aggressive or menacing to other park attendees.
- Keep dog on leash at all times outside boundaries of park.
- Have a leash in your possession at all times.
- Keep your dog in sight and under your control at all times.
- Clean up after your dog and fill any holes your dog may dig.
- Leash and remove your dog immediately at the first sign of aggression toward other dogs and or humans.
- Use park at own & pets risk.
Be a Good Steward of our Off Leash Park, and do your part. Always, leave your space better than you found it! This park is for both our pets and our fellow residents. Together we will ensure a beautiful and safe place to visit with our dogs!
*Dog Control Bylaw #1484 is applicable to all park usage.
To report an aggressive dog posing an IMMEDIATE threat, please call:
Alberta Animal Services at:
Town of Innisfail
Anthony Henday Campground
The Anthony Henday Campground is operated by The Innisfail Lions Club. It has 40 sites available.
Corner of 56 Street and Lakewood Drive (formerly Highway 54), Open May 1 to October 15, weather permitting
The Anthony Henday Campground offers:
- Serviced sites with 15 amp electricity
- Sites suitable for tents or trailers
- Washroom facilities with commercial grade showers
- Playground area
- Potable water
- Firewood for sale
- Reservations accepted
- Open starting May long weekend with closure in September, sewage disposal sites are available nearby for a fee. Located by the Tourist Booth (5202 50 St.), token's for the RV sanitary dumping stations are available for purchase ($5 ea.) at the Tourist Booth, Town Office, and the campground. Credit cards are also accepted at the station kiosk.
For more information, call 403-318-3508, or email the Campground Manager.
Attractions & Tourism
Special Event! NFB of Canada Guest & Film
March 22, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
March 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
IMFA Special Community Meeting
March 28, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Check out our seasonal program guide for even more opportunities to participate and become involved in the Innisfail Community!