EMILY MURPHY PARK

Between Kinsmen Park and Hawrelak Park, Emily Murphy Park is located on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River. The park is named after Emily Murphy, a well-known Edmontonian and women's rights campaigner. Picnic areas, a playground, a boat launch, and, in the winter, a popular toboggan hill are all available at the park. The Forest Capital Trail, which connects Kinsmen Park and Emily Murphy Park, is another notable feature.

Hours

Park Hours 5 am-11 pm
Washroom 9 am-9 pm

Location

11904 Emily Murphy Park Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Accessibility

Curb cuts to accessible picnic areas, parking stalls, a large sheltered picnic site 1 with a paved path to the washrooms, a viewpoint overlooking the river, and washrooms are all available.

Amenities

They have a bathroom building, parking (which may be limited during festivals and events), picnic areas, a playground, a hand/carry boat launch (which is scheduled to open in 2021), and walking and cycling pathways.

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