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Queen Elizabeth Park has served as a destination park for Edmontonians since 1909. The park encompasses 31 hectares on the south bank of Edmonton’s river valley, just east of Kinsmen Sports Centre. The park provides amenities like year-round trails, picnic areas and a playground.


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

Trail/Park Cautions & Closures



Map of 10380 Queen Elizabeth Park Road
10380 Queen Elizabeth Park Road
Edmonton, Alberta


  • Picnic sites - limited accessibility
  • Walking trails - limited accessibility
  • Washrooms - minimal accessibility


  • Parking
  • Picnic sites: 15 on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Playground
  • Walking and cycling trails
  • Washrooms in amenity building
Find your way around the river valley with this selection of comprehensive, seasonal trail maps.

Visit the Indigenous Art Park featuring artworks by Canadian Indigenous artists.

Picnic Sites

Reserve a Picnic Site

Queen Elizabeth Park has 1 picnic site available for booking during the summer. The park also has 11 picnic tables available for drop-in (no fee) use. Additionally, reservation site tables that aren't reserved in advance can be claimed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Picnic Site Site #1
Capacity 48
Canopied Yes
Tables 6
BBQ Pits No
Wood Camp Stoves 3
Washrooms 600 feet (across road)
Accessible Washroom No
Parking 1/2 Blocks
(Additional fees apply)
Vehicle Access
(Additional fees apply)
Inflatable Play Equipment Permitted No
Wheelchair Accessible Site Yes


We accept cash, debit, credit (Visa, Mastercard or American Express), or cheque (payable to the City of Edmonton). Minimum 4 hour reservation is required.

Canopied Picnic Sites: $38.95/hr

Non-canopied Picnic Sites: $29.85/hr

Borden Park Picnic Sites: $29.85/hr

  • All sites canopied, no fire pits or grills onsite

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park Sites 1 and 9: $38.95/hr

  • All sites non-canopied, reservation includes ball diamond

Additional Fees

Some sites offer additional services or permissions, you can request and pay for these at the time of booking.

Power Access*: $46.80/site

  • Extension cords are required

Vehicle Access*: $46.80/site

  • Maximum 3 vehicles for pick up/drop off use only
  • Parking not permitted on parkland

Inflatable permission*

  • $2 million liability insurance required

Sport Field Usage

*Additional terms and conditions apply. Please inquire at time of booking.

Indigenous Art Park : ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞

Inigenous art installation in Queen Elizabeth Park

The art park was developed in partnership between City of Edmonton, Confederacy of Treaty No. 6 First Nations, Métis Nation of Alberta, Edmonton Arts Council, Elders and Indigenous artists and community members.

ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞, pronounced (EE-NU) River Lot 11, features 6 artworks by Canadian Indigenous artists. ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) is a Cree word meaning “I am of the Earth”.

ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ is situated on ancestral lands of the Indigenous peoples whose descendants entered into Treaty with the British Crown resulting in the territory opening for settlement. River Lot 11 acknowledges the historic river lot originally home to Métis landowner Joseph McDonald.

For more information on the artists, artwork, and the site, see
"Telling the stories of this place" ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11∞ - Edmonton Arts Council

For More Information

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