Features and Things To Do:
This park is considered a conservation park and any development will be completed with the aim to conserve and maintain the integrity of the ecosystems within.
Keep an eye on the park events listings for a chance to tour the park with a Park Interpreter.
Stephens Coyote Ridge Regional Park contains 102 hectares of beautiful natural area including ponds and grasslands. It is largely untouched by weeds and is pristine habitat for wildlife, including coyotes who live in the park as the name suggests.
There are hiking trails and wetlands available in the park.
Dogs must be kept on a leash on trails and pathways within park boundaries unless otherwise designated. Owners must clean up after their pet and safely dispose of waste material.
The park is open daylight hours year-round.
Overnight camping, open fires and smoking are not allowed in this park.
Help protect park vegetation and wildlife by using only designated trails. 'Leave only footprints and take only pictures'.
Bears may be active in this park. Please be bear aware when in this park.
The park access is located off Werger Road along the north portion of Glenmore Road, across from the Glenmore landfill.
The access trail to the park is located off the north parking area for the Glenmore dog park, approximately nine kilometers from the intersection of Harvey Avenue and Glenmore Road.
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