Parks, Playgrounds & Pathways

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Didsbury's outdoor recreation facilities are simply outstanding! 

Didsbury Memorial Park boasts 3 baseball diamonds for recreational and league play, as well as a 2.5 km trail that encompasses the entire park. The trail offers a safe pathway with a beautiful view for active-living enthusiasts.  
Other facilities adding to the recreational diversity of Didsbury include four soccer fields, track and field areas, 13 parks and playgrounds, and one baseball diamond adjacent to the Didsbury Memorial Complex.


Noxious species are species that landowners must control to prevent from spreading. These non-native species are already widely distributed in Alberta that have a significant economic or ecological impact and can spread easily from existing infestations onto adjoining properties. Relatively easily controlled in small numbers, they can become unmanageable if left uncontrolled and can have a significant impact when abundant.

The following Noxious species are administered by the Weed Control Act:

For a list of noxious weeds & prohibited noxious weeds that can be found within Mountain View County and the Town of Didsbury, visit 

Didsbury's skateboard park is located on the southeast side of the Memorial Complex. Helmets are mandatory and the Town of Didsbury asks that all users abide by the posted guidelines and regulations. The Town of Didsbury and the Didsbury Sk8Park Society is currently raising funds to build a NEW skate park for the Community, in part of the Didsbury Memorial Complex Outlying Plan. 

Click HERE to DONATE ONLINE and help 
the community youth reach this amazing goal!

Check the map below to view the locations of each playground, park, pathway, and/or recreational facilities in the Town of Didsbury. Can't find what you're looking for? Contact the Information Line at 403-335-2030 or email