Stunning views and a great place to splash around is what you can find at Constable Chelsey Robinson Park, and even better it’s under an hour from Edmonton.
Constable Chelsey Robinson Park
Constable Chelsey Robinson Parks is a hidden gem in Parkland County and is the perfect place to spend the day with friends and family enjoying the North Saskatchewan River.
When visiting there are a few things you’re going to want to bring to make it more enjoyable.
Due to the rocky bottom in the river and on the banks alongside, water shoes and a chair to sit in are a must. A towel to sit on will definitely not cut it.
You will also find several picnic areas with fire pits (FCFS), a large green space, 2 outhouse bathrooms, and even a solar-powered phone charging station that can be used with your own USB charger.
Firewood is provided at no cost, all you need to bring is your food!
There is a current however it was pretty mild making the shallow water (which is not too cold) a great spot for everyone to enjoy. This would also be a great place to bring some floaties – which we’ll definitely be bringing with us next time.
Constable Chelsey Robinson Park is open daily from 9:00am-11:00 pm, you can find it at 2303 Twp. Rd. 510, Spruce Grove. For more details, you can also visit the Tri-Region Tourism website.