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Mill Creek Ravine Park

95A Street & 83 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5G 1S2, Canada
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Pedals to the Metal

I really love to ride the river valley with my family and friends, and walk it too. The Millcreek... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2016
Cherilyn B
Great for biking!

beautiful and scenic trials through the ravine. some are paved and some are not so you can choose... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Ryan M
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Palm Springs, California
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“off leash” (12 reviews)
“outdoor pool” (5 reviews)
“dog walkers” (4 reviews)
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95A Street & 83 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5G 1S2, Canada
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

I really love to ride the river valley with my family and friends, and walk it too. The Millcreek Ravine is part of the awesome parks system Edmonton has to offer and allows you to escape the concrete jungle. Pack a picnic and hit the...More

Thank Cherilyn B
Reviewed 22 September 2016

beautiful and scenic trials through the ravine. some are paved and some are not so you can choose what you like. Small bridges and crossings so you have a variety of ways to go.

Thank Ryan M
Reviewed 14 September 2016

I love the off leash areas in Mill Creek Ravine for letting my dog roam. We both enjoy the many bridges, stream and walking trails. Beautiful leaves, berries and wildflowers. A few sketchy areas around Mill Creek Pool (have seen a few homeless camps there...More

Thank PPLMoi
Reviewed 26 August 2016

One of the big photo stops in Edmonton. This park is partially treed. Tons of natural area and paths that are well groomed and maintained. A touch of muskeg-like ponds that add an incredible beauty to a camera.

Thank Julie M
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Completely by accident I found out that there is an old trestle bridge in Edmonton in the Mill Creek Ravine Park so I decided to visit it. There's practically a direct bus line from Edmonton Downtown to Mill Woods and from 76 Avenue if you...More

Thank Xixco
Reviewed 23 August 2016

For walking enthusiasts who love to walk, run or bike down the paths through the ravine. Just like being outdoors in the country even though you are surrounded by the city.

Thank Liz A
Reviewed 23 August 2016

I just love it here, there are so many different trails to walk on so you can always switch it up each time.. Feels like you are not really in the city, the mornings here are beautiful.. I have lived in the city for years...More

Thank MissT77
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Last time was when younger, but was (is) a remarkable place. Paths leading in all directions. Creek gets swollen in spring. Had fun getting wet when trying to jump to other side.

Thank Barry T
Reviewed 11 August 2016

This park is situated in Millwood area and surrounded by populated area.To enjoy with kids this is best place for a short trip.

Thank Sami473
Reviewed 26 July 2016

The ravine is very similar, though not as challenging, as a short day hike in the mountains. Many paths are marked and maintained; include benches, rest stops, stairs, bridges and boardwalks. Great for couple on a romantic stroll, families looking for something different from cycling...More

Thank Audrey L
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