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Outdoor Activities

BIKING / CYCLING

  • Birchwood Trails: Thickwood to Timberlea

OFF LEASH DOG PARKS

  • St Gabriel School Site: Thickwood
  • Water Treatment Plant: Thickwood

PICNIC AREAS WITH BARBEQUES

  • Lions Park: Downtown
  • Snye Park: Downtown

SPRAY PARKS

  • Borealis Park ~ Downtown
  • Greyling Terrace Park ~ Greyling Terrace
  • Lakewood Park ~ Timberlea
  • J Howard Pew Park ~ Waterways
  • Wood Buffalo Park ~ Wood Buffalo

BOARDED OUTDOOR RINKS

  • Father Beauregard & Centre Boreal School Site ~ Abasand
  • Borealis Park ~ Downtown
  • St Gabriel School / Hinge Bay ~ Thickwood
  • Syncrude Athletic Park ~ Timberlea
  • Timberlea & St Anne School Site ~ Timberlea
  • Waterways Community Park ~ Waterways

SKATEBOARD PARKS

  • Simons & Lucas Park ~ Abasand
  • Casselman Lush Memorial Skate Park (Borealis Park) ~ Downtown
  • Syncrude Athletic Park ~ Timberlea

BASKETBALL COURTS

  • Father Beauregard & Centre Boreal School Site ~ Abasand
  • Ecole Dickensfield & Sister Mary Phillips School ~ Dickinsfield
  • Biggs Avenue Park ~ Downtown
  • Borealis Park ~ Downtown
  • Dr. Clarke & Father Turcotte School Site ~ Downtown
  • Reidel Street next to Boys & Girls Club ~ Downtown
  • Birchwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Father Mercredi Community Field ~ Thickwood
  • St Gabriel School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Timberlea & St Anne School Site ~ Timberlea
  • Wood Buffalo Park ~ Wood Buffalo

BALL DIAMONDS

  • Father Beauregard & Centre Boreal School Site ~ Abasand
  • Beacon Hill & Good Shepherd School ~ Beacon Hill
  • Ecole Dickensfield & Sister Mary Phillips School ~ Dickinsfield
  • Composite High School Site (Corless Field) ~ Downtown
  • Dr. Clarke & Father Turcotte School Site ~ Downtown
  • MacDonald Island Park ~ Downtown
  • Reidel Street next to Boys & Girls Club ~ Downtown
  • Greely Road School Site ~ Gregoire
  • Gregoire Park ~ Gregoire
  • Birchwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Ecole St Paul & Thickwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Father Mercredi Community Field ~ Thickwood
  • Ross Hennigar Park ~ Thickwood
  • St Gabriel School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Westview School & Westwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • St Martha School Site ~ Timberlea
  • Syncrude Athletic Park ~ Timberlea
  • Timberlea & St Anne School Site ~ Timberlea
  • J Howard Pew Park ~ Waterways

FOOTBALL / RUGBY FIELDS

  • MacDonald Island Park ~ Downtown
  • Birchwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Father Mercredi Community Field ~ Thickwood
  • Westwood School Site ~ Thickwood

SOCCER FIELDS

  • Father Beauregard & Centre Boreal School Site ~ Abasand
  • Beacon Hill & Good Shepherd Schools ~ Beacon Hill
  • Ecole Dickensfield & Sister Mary Phillips School ~ Dickensfield
  • Clearwater Soccer Park ~ Downtown
  • Composite High School Site (Corless Field) ~ Downtown
  • Dr. Clarke & Father Turcotte School Site ~ Downtown
  • Reidel Street next to Boys & Girls Club ~ Downtown
  • Greely Road School Site ~ Gregoire
  • Gregoire Park ~ Gregoire
  • Ecole St Paul & Thickwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • St Gabriel School Site ~ Thickwood
  • St Martha School Site ~ Timberlea
  • Syncrude Athletic Park ~ Timberlea
  • Timberlea & St Anne School Site ~ Timberlea
  • J Howard Pew Park ~ Waterways
  • Wood Buffalo Park ~ Wood Buffalo

TENNIS COURTS

  • Father Beauregard & Centre Boreal School Site ~ Abasand
  • Beacon Hill & Good Shepheard Schools ~ Beacon Hill
  • Composite High School Site (Corless Field) ~ Downtown
  • MacDonald Island Park ~ Downtown
  • Birchwood School Site ~ Thickwood
  • Brett Drive (next to Recycling Depot) ~ Timberlea

VOLLEYBALL COURTS

  • Borealis Park ~ Downtown
  • Composite High School Site (Corless Field) ~ Downtown
  • Father Mercredi Community Field ~ Thickwood

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Did You Know

Syncrude has reclaimed over 4000 hectares of land.

Bison Viewpoint
Syncrude has reclaimed over 4000 hectares of land since the operation began. The Wood Bison project was introduced in 1993 when a herd of 30 Wood Bison were introduced onto reclaimed land in a partnership with Fort McKay. The number of bison has risen to 300 since they were first placed there.