Spruce Grove parks and recreation

Heritage Park Trails

Spruce Grove has a vastly large black path trail system covering 40 plus kms connecting the communities.  The asphalt trails are cleared all winter and safe to be on all year round. Spruce Grove also has its own natural oasis called Heritage Grove Park. This is a large natural forest area that has been preserved and protected from development. The walking trails go right through this forest; they connect neighborhoods, but most importantly offer a nice break from the city streets. This area is walked, ran and biked buy locals daily. Truly a big factor in why residents love Spruce Grove.

These trails are considered on leash areas for dogs, however see below for designated off leash areas in Spruce Grove.

City of Spruce Grove from up high
Looking at Heritage Grove Park and Central Park from up high in Spruce Grove

Central Park

Central Park is located on King Street close to the hockey arenas and Broxton park school. This park includes a water feature in the summer for the kids, walking trails, public fire pit area, picnic areas, skate park and across the street a nice little coffee shop called Perks, a locally owned and operated business.

In the winter Central Park is decorated thoroughly with Christmas lights and they ice over the oval walking path. Go for a skate and be sure to be there for the light up ceremony in November of every year.


Jubilee park

Located at 510 Grove Drive, Spruce Grove See Google Maps

This is the largest park in Spruce Grove and would be considered a community gathering place. Here is where the Canada Day celebration takes place.

 The park includes tobogganing hills, public fire pits, walking trails, forest areas, picnic areas, frisbee golf game and a playground for the kids. The massive green area has lots of parking and is the best place in the city to throw a frisbee or football.

The Canada celebration includes fireworks, rides, food vendors, musicians and beer gardens. Not to be missed.

Real Estate on Jubilee Park

There are options to buy real estate that backs onto this park. Look to Spruce Village and Greenbury.

Dog Off-Leash Parks

Spruce Grove offer two off-leash dog areas, they feature fenced off areas with benches and walking trails.

  1. Cpl. Jim Galloway Memorial Off leash area is located here
  2. And the second is located in Millgrove


Tri Leisure center

This is the main rec center in Spruce Grove, this facility includes a full size lane swimming pool, large kids pool, public hot tub, a complete gym, indoor walking/running track, kids play center, full size basket ball court, two full size soccer arenas and two full size hockey rinks.

This is a major attraction in Spruce Grove, all sorts of community programs for adults and youths take place here.

Here is the link for the tri leisure center.


There are three outdoor skating rinks in Spruce Grove as of 2015, when whether permits these are open and you can easily find a game of shinny to jump in on. These rinks are located in Lakewood, Brookwood and Aspenglen. The rink were upgraded between 2012-2015 and include full boards, puck cages and benches.

Spruce Grove has 4 indoor rinks and 1 small indoor kids rink. 2 rinks indoor at Grant Fuhr/ Stu barns arena and the other 2 rinks at the Tri-Leisure center. Open skating times and drop in shinny are available. Please find more information on their websites Tri-Leisure Website and Grant Fuhr Website


Other recreational facilities in Spruce Grove include multiple tennis courts, ball parks and tobogganing hills

Links Golf Course

The links Golf Course

Established in 1983 this course lies on the north part of the city. Full 18 holes with a great restaurant/pub and a well managed course all around.

Spruce Grove Golf course homes and properties

Neighborhoods that back onto the Links Golf Course in Spruce Grove include Linkside, Fieldstone and Stone Shire.


Currently Spruce Grove and Aerials gymnastics club our building a new building close to the Tri-Leisure center. Aerials Gymnastics club will run the programs and facility. The new building will be 17,600sqfeet and it is aimed to provide space for regional and national competitive gymnastic events.  Aerials have been around as Spruce Grove’s main and only gymnastics club for many years. However this new facility was much needed especially in a community with as many kids as Spruce Grove.

For more information about gymnastics in Spruce Grove please see Aerials website


Thinking about moving to Spruce Grove? Ask Tyson Moroz any questions you have about this community. He can be of service and provide insight into what areas would fit your needs best.

Also under neighborhood information their is much more in depth information about each individual community in Spruce Grove.

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