Parks and Playgrounds

The City of St. Albert is accepting permits/applications for mobile food and beverage truck operators in the parking lot of five park locations:

  • Bless Log Cabin
  • Kingswood Park
  • Lacombe Lake Park
  • Lions Park
  • Woodlands Park (only available after Labour Day and before the May long weekend)

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Vendor Information 

Application Form

Applicants will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Submit all questions, requests and completed documentation to Alisa Dorn, Business Development Supervisor at

With just over 515 hectares of parkland, the City of St. Albert is well known for its expansive parks and green spaces. Whether seeking a place for quiet reflection, to play with your dog, exercise, or participate in team sports, St. Albert's vibrant park system has you covered.

St. Albert’s outdoor spaces are perfect for children to ride their bikes, skateboards, scooters and to running and exploring with friends. They can check out the BMX park or the new Woodlands Skatepark. Built in 2020, this brand new, modern facility was designed to meet the needs of the community today and in the future by providing improved terrain and features that cater to users of all ages and skill levels of non-motorized wheeled action sport users.

Don’t forget that the beach volleyball courts at the Woodlands Water Play Park are also available for a quick match with friends.

Fowler Athletic Park is open to anyone to who’d like to go for a run or to practice track and field events like the long jump, high jump and hammer and discus throws. The track is also prime for runners training for short and long-distance events.

For some fun with friends, there are many different outdoor and indoor sports courts around the city to play tennis or pickleball, which is fun for all ages.

St. Albert has several tarmac courts that are perfect for these fun activities. Some feature basketball hoops for some pickup basketball.

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Last edited: May 6, 2022