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Nose Creek Regional Park

1691 Main Street S Find it

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  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.

Alberta Free Fishing Weekend
July 13 - 14

Nose Creek Pond

During Family Fishing Weekends, Albertans and visitors are encouraged to give fishing a try on waterbodies with open fishing seasons without having to purchase a sportfishing licence. If you are using a Special Harvest Licence (Walleye tag), the purchase of a sportfishing licence is still required.

Visit Nose Creek Pond to try fishing! 

Temporary construction notice

Airdrie Pride Society pathway

The City of Airdrie in conjunction with the Airdrie Pride Society is upgrading the rainbow pathway.

The rainbow will be re-painted by mid-June (weather permitting).

Nose Creek Park playgrounds

The City of Airdrie is pleased to announce the upcoming replacement of both playgrounds at Nose Creek Park. This initiative is part of the city's commitment to maintaining and improving public recreational spaces.

The replacement is scheduled as part of the lifecycle maintenance of park facilities and is part of the city's broader strategy to maintain and improve public recreational spaces through timely upgrades and replacements.
Project details:

  • The project is set to begin July 2 with the demolition of the existing playground structures.
  • The replacement is expected to take approximately one month. This timeline is tentative and weather dependent.
  • The date was chosen to minimize the impact on park users. The team has thoroughly reviewed the Parks calendar, considering current bookings and special events.

We appreciate the community's understanding and patience as we work to enhance our public spaces. The new playgrounds at Nose Creek Park will provide a safer and more enjoyable experience for children and families.
Residents are encouraged to stay informed about the progress of this project and other city initiatives by visiting