Jubilee Park


Photo of Jubilee Park playground.
Playground and vista of Jubilee Park 

Jubilee Park is located at 510 Grove Drive External (east of Spruce Village), and offers the community the best passive and unstructured recreational opportunities in the city. From paved walking and bike trails, to picnic areas, sliding hill and playground, Jubilee Park provides a multitude of outdoor activities in your community of choice!

Features

Picnic area and picnic shelter information

The picnic shelter and picnic areas are available for public use at no cost, a rental reservation is not required. Please respect the community park and ensure all garbage is disposed of correctly for the next use.

Charcoal BBQ grills are provided at the picnic areas. Charcoal is encouraged. Fire wood may be used and is supplied once a week and is dropped at a central location (near picnic shelter). Bringing your own wood is encouraged. Please use all fire safety precautions when using the BBQ grills. Do not leave unattended, and allow the fire to fully extinguish before leaving the picnic area.

Benefits

  • Community gathering place
  • Promotes social well-being and health
  • Family-oriented spaces
  • Connects to Heritage Grove trail system
  • Natural interpretive education opportunities
  • Preserves natural woodlands

Future development

The original master plan for the park was received by City Council over 10 years ago, and with three out of five stages complete, administration asked for a review of the plan due to the growing popularity of the park and the recent nearby residential developments. Findings from the review were presented for discussion during the June 16, 2014 Committee of the Whole meeting. Learn more about the exciting plans for short and long-term improvements of the Jubilee Park Master Plan PDF.

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The City of Spruce Grove would like to give thanks to the Alberta Lottery Fund External and the Government of Alberta for grants received under the Major Community Facilities Program (MCFP) and the Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) towards upgrading Jubilee Park.