Parks & Trails

Hinton provides the community with a wealth of parks and playgrounds. The town itself is linked together by urban forest corridors and multipurpose trails for public enjoyment. Our local parks are also environmental havens, allowing the community to coexist with the natural world of the beautiful Rocky Mountain foothills.

  • Trails There are a variety of trails around Hinton. Download our trail map (PDF).
    • Beaver Boardwalk The 3km long Beaver Boardwalk (map (PDF)) provides fantastic bird and animal viewing opportunities. Learn more about the Beaver Boardwalk.
  • Parks & Playgrounds Hinton's many parks feature various amenities, including athletic areas, picnic tables, and walkways. To find a place for you, view Hinton's parks and playgrounds.
    • Athabasca Riverfront Park This is a parks pilot project for summer 2015. More info
    • Mary Reimer Park Baseball Diamonds, Food Booth (Events Only), Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Playground, Rodeo / Gymkana Grounds, Soccer Field, Trails, Washrooms
    • Mountain Bike Park An outstanding mountain bike skills park that is fun, safe, free of charge, and accessible for all abilities and ages, facilitating the promotion of skills development, active lifestyles and mountain culture.  Learn more about Hinton Bike Park.
    • Spray & Play Park features include, water loops, a tower, a spray-zy-daisy and ground sprays. as well as an inclusive playground. Open seasonally. 
People on a bridge on the trail
Kids on trail
Bridge along the trail