Recreation

Inglewood Swimming Pool


The Inglewood pool has lane and public swimming, swim lessons, gentle deep-water workout and more. An up-to-date list can be found on the City of Calgary website.

Skate Rink

In the winter, the ICA operates 3 outdoor rinks, all maintained by volunteers. We have a rink suitable for any age and skill level, from a full-size rink to the beginner (pleasure) rink. The heated Skate Shack has toilet/change rooms and a concession, and is open during peak skating times.

Bow Fish Hatchery

Enjoy a fully functional fish hatchery located in the heart of Calgary! You can visit the Discovery Centre, feed the fish, or try your hand at fishing in the trout pond. They also offer many programs for kids.

Pearce Estate Park

The park is great for picnics and parties, with firepits, washrooms (seasonal) and a playground.

Harvie Passage


The old (and notoriously dangerous weir) was replaced in 2012 with new recreational channels. However the passage suffered significant damage during the June 2013 floods and has been closed to the public since August 2013.

Fort Calgary


Fort Calgary is the birthplace of the city of Calgary, and the original location of the North West Mounted Police fort built at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers in 1875. They offer interactive exhibits, tours, school programs, weekend brunch and so much more. The Deane House is closed for renovations until 2016.

Calgary Zoo


There are countless things to do at the Calgary Zoo. Highlights include the Penguin Plunge, Destination Africa, the Conservatory & Gardens, and don’t forget dinosaurs in the Prehistoric Park. Giant Pandas will be arriving in 2018 for a five-year visit. The Zoo also hosts several special events throughout the year, including the annual Zoolights in December.


The Calgary Zoo is fully open after the devastating floods of 2013. However, starting in 2016, flood mitigation work is being done on the south side of the zoo, resulting in vehicular access only from the north entrance in Bridgeland. Inglewood residents with annual Zoo Passes can obtain a Pedestrian Pass to access the Zoo from the south security gate. Contact Councillor Carra’s office at 403-268-5330 or cclward9@calgary.ca.

Bird Sanctuary


A protected Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary since 1929 and a popular spot with birdwatchers, the Sanctuary sustained heavy damage during the June 2013 floods. The walking paths re-opened in 2015.

Wildlands


Once the site of an oil refinery, the 34 hectare site was transformed in the 1990s to an urban wildland with a viewpoint and rough walking trails. Remediation and environmental monitoring work are ongoing.

Tennis Courts


The three hard-surface tennis courts were newly re-surfaced in 2014. Operated by The City of Calgary, courts are open between May and October (weather permitting).

Dog Parks


Inglewood has 2 off-leash parks for our furry friends to enjoy. Keep in mind that dogs must be leashed when on paved pathways within off-leash areas. The City of Calgary maintains up-to-date maps on their website.

Lawn Bowling Club


The Inglewood Lawn Bowling Club is one of the largest and most active lawn bowling clubs in Calgary. Whether on league nights, at Calgary interclub jitneys, corporate team-building sessions, or for special events, the members are proud to keep the sport of lawn-bowling “alive and rolling.

Bike Pathways


Bordered by the Elbow and Bow Rivers, Inglewood has an extensive pathway system surrounded by green space. Visit the City of Calgary website for detailed maps of the pathways and bikeways connecting Inglewood to the rest of Calgary.

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