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Parks and Trails

The Town of Devon has no shortage of beautiful parks and recreational facilities for visitors to enjoy. In addition to the river alley trails, the Town currently maintains approximately 10 kms of multi-use paved trails linking neighborhoods that form meandering park-to-park connections.

Voyageur Park is a great family park for summer activities and offers easy access to the river and trails. The trail system has way-finding signage along the path highlighting the wildlife you may encounter. Families can enjoy large wide-open areas with plenty of picnic tables and fire pits to enjoy an afternoon picnic, as well as general areas that have expansive play areas for kids and public restrooms. Come find our ‘secret park’, nestled away in among grand trees and shrubbery. Devon is a great place to get away with an easy commute from Edmonton!

See our river valley trail map here

Trail Etiquette and Safety

  • Keep right, except when passing or turning left. 
  • Move completely off the trail (to the right) when stopping to avoid a collision. 
  • Yield to make way for less mobile users (strollers, wheelchairs, etc.).
  • Stay alert by being aware of your surroundings and other trail users. 
  • Use caution in blind corners, poor weather conditions and on unfamiliar sections of the trails.
  • Be visible by wearing brightly colored or reflective clothing.
  • Use caution with earphones by keeping the volume low enough to hear others approaching.
  • Preserve the environment by avoiding fragile surfaces and vegetation.
  • Remember that this is a natural environment and be cautious of wildlife, this is their home.
  • Some areas of the natural trails can be steep and slippery, so use care when accessing these areas.
  • Be a responsible pet owner by keeping your pet on a leash and under control
  • Bag dispensers and garbage receptacles are located throughout the trail system.

Devon Nature Club

Have you seen this around the trails?
The Devon Nature Club is instrumental in the initiation of many trails and parks we see around Devon. This is in place to commemorate the Devon Nature Club for their involvement in protecting the fishery and this important biodiverse area. If you see this sticker, the trail you are standing on was created by the Town of Devon and with the support of the DNC!

Parks and Trails

The Town of Devon is well-known for its beautiful river valley setting and luscious green spaces.

Centennial Park

A perfect place for a picnic

Located on Athabasca Avenue (across from John Maland High School), Centennial Park is a beautiful setting for a picnic, recreational activity or even wedding/family photos. Amenities include a gazebo, picnic tables, benches, volleyball court, outdoor skating rink. The Town of Devon thanks the local Bloom 2000 Gardening Society for maintaining the wide assortment of flower beds in this park.

Devon Dog Park

Lots of room to let your four legged family members romp at this off-leash dog park. There are two separate fenced areas; one for the smaller or more timid canines, and a larger area designed to provide ample room for distancing. Picnic tables are also available for the two leggeds to rest and visit.

Devon Voyageur Park

Along the North Saskatchewan River

Located at the end of Saskatchewan Avenue West along the North Saskatchewan River, this beautiful area includes a boat launch, picnic tables, Gazebo, and washroom facilities. Voyageur Park is also the westernmost point for the beginning of the River Valley Alliance parks and trail system that starts here in Devon and runs all the way to the County of Strathcona to Fort Saskatchewan, a full 88km of riverfront integrated park.

Downtown Park

One of the main links between the trails and the river valley area

This relaxing green space, complete with picnic tables, is one of the main links between the trails to the river valley area. The river valley mural that decorates the adjacent building was painted by the Local Youth Experience.


A must-have for kids

Playgrounds are essential to the quality of life in a neighborhood as they serve as a gathering place for parents and children to interact in a positive attitude.

River Valley Trails

Connecting Devon

Upgrades are underway on Devon's River Valley Trail that connects Voyageur Park to the Lions Campground.

Riverview Bike Park

The park offers opportunities for riders of all ages

Designed by mountain bike park builder extraordinaire, Jay Hoots, this park is a welcome mat to mountain biking. The park offers opportunities for riders of all ages on all types of bikes to learn and practice bike handling in a planned, safe, natural environment. The park features include a large wooden skills area, pump track and a series of dirt jumps which range from beginner to advanced levels.

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