Nose Creek Regional Park, one of Airdrie's many attractions, offers 20 acres of stunning natural area in the heart of the downtown core. This newly enhanced family oriented park boasts an amphitheatre, concession area and fire pit. The space also offers picnic tables, a covered shelter and nature trails, making it an appealing location for many community events. Nose Creek pond also stocks trout twice over the summer months and offers fishing as an option to spend some family time.
The City of Airdrie offers residents use of an amphitheatre which is located at Nose Creek Regional Park in the heart of Airdrie. Weddings and musical events are common uses for the space. The amphitheatre is also a popular fishing and sitting area. During the summer months, a fountain runs in the middle of the pond, serving as a backdrop for many functions.
A Parks & Greenspace Application is required to book this amenity. The City of Airdrie does not offer any additional equipment for events and or bookings, however, the structure itself has a booth with extra power supply for events.
To gain access to the additional power supply, event organizers can pick up a key from the Parks department located at 23 East Lake Hill (beside the Recycle Depot). A $40 refundable deposit (cash or cheque), along with proof of insurance for the event, is required. The deposit will be refunded when the key is returned to the Parks department.
The City of Airdrie installed 11 interpretive signs which provide information about the importance of Nose Creek to our community. The signs, placed along the pathways bordering the creek, stretch from Sierra Springs in the south to Willowbrook in the north and compliment the existing interpretive signs in the Williamstown reserve.
The signs explore:
They are a great way for everyone to learn more about the natural areas in our city.