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Making new friends at the Elks/Kinsmen Park
Making new friends at the Elks/Kinsmen Park

Elks / Kinsmen Park

This beautiful park is located just off Highway 16A on the east side of Vegreville. It is home of the world's largest Pysanka "Easter Egg".

Visitors are drawn from across the world. The park features a trout pond ideal for fishing for seniors or children and a beautiful fountain. The park is open year-round, so grab your picnic basket or play at the playground. Check out Canadian rail history in our restored CN Caboose.  Also available at the park are 64 sites and one group site (RVs and tents), an RV dump station, power hookups, picnic facilities, gazebos, a playground, tapwater, shower, large public restrooms and a Travel Alberta accredited Visitor Information Centre with souvenirs and snacks. The park also has a great tobogganing hill and an outdoor fitness area.

Visitor Information Centre Hours of Operation 2019-2020

  • Open mid-May to October
    Daily from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm 

For more information please phone 780-632-3100 during the offseason.

Looking to book a gazebo or the cookhouse for a small function? Call 780-632-6800 

Questions or concerns about the park? 
Mike van der Torre,  Manager
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 780-632-3100

 

Rotary Peace Park

The Rotary Peace Park is located on the east end of town on Highway 16A

The Vegreville Rotary Peace Park was dedicated on July 1st, 1993, commemorating Canada's 125th anniversary of Confederation. A circular "Peace Grove" of 12 trees were planted to represent our provinces and territories.


Rotary Club of Vegreville's contribution is just one of the many nationally-registered Peace Parks across Canada. It is a great place for a picnic or a family get together. The park has a large picnic area, a spacious log house, with a fireplace in the centre and a covered seating area.

For bookings contact the Vegreville News Advertiser at 780-632-2861

 

Rotary Rendevous Park

At the corner of 50th Street & 50th Avenue in downtown Vegreville, is the Rotary Rendevous Park, containing a large mural, gazebo and rest area with flower gardens. The mural represents the history of the town.