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Amenities in Chinook Park
Chinook Park is a charming, upscale neighbourhood in southwest Calgary, Alberta. History buffs and nature lovers enjoy the close proximity to Heritage Park, South Glenmore Park, and Weaslehead Flats.
This family-friendly Calgary neighbourhood is nestled between the Kingsland, Haysboro, Bayview, and Eagle Ridge communities. Chinook Park has small residential vibes while having easy access to the downtown core. Residents take advantage of nearby water parks, hiking trails, sailing clubs, and golf courses.
This connected Calgary neighbourhood features an abundance of recreation opportunities. Its affordability and connection to popular shopping districts, schooling choices, and recreational amenities make it a desirable neighbourhood for families of all kinds.
Chinook Park Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
The CKA Community Association hosts many activities, events, and programs including youth theatre, tennis lessons, wellness days, ballet, fitness classes, karate clubs, dance classes, yoga, and strength training. Amenities include a gymnasium, a dance studio, a skating rink, tennis courts, and a community garden.
Residents of Chinook Park are nearby Calgary JCC, a recreation centre offering a wide range of programs for all age groups. The centre hosts group exercise programs, aqua fitness classes, and personal training. Members have access to a gymnasium, fitness centre, and saltwater
Chinook Park is within close proximity to three gyms and fitness facilities. Haysboro Fit, Performance Culture, and Barre West provide gym equipment, fitness classes, group classes, and individual training options.
Golf lovers can head down to Maple Ridge Golf Course, a mature golf course just off Deerfoot Trail. A variety of terrain with consistent greens and challenging holes are sure to test your skills.
Chinook Park Shopping and Dining
Residents of Chinook Park have access to a small shopping complex which includes a Shoppers Drug Mart, a Starbucks, and a bakery. The community also provides a gas station, post office, a florist, and a few other stops for daily necessities.
Residents can head to CF Chinook Shopping Centre, the biggest shopping mall in Calgary. This sophisticated shopping hub is just 10-minutes away and provides plenty of retail options. Shop for footwear, clothing, jewelry, books, cosmetics, home decor, and so much more! Surrounding
the mall are a variety of options for cinemas and dining, from an Italian restaurant to a bubble tea shop.
There are plenty of dining options nearby Chinook Park, all of which can be found along the Macleod Trail.
Schools Serving Chinook Park
Chinook Park offers parents many impressive schooling options for their children. Choose from
public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Chinook Park School, Woodman, Willow Park, and Henry Wise Wood High School.
Catholic school options include St. Gerald School, St. Mathew, Haysboro Catholic High School, and Bishop Grandin High School.
Private school options include Calgary Jewish Academy and Akiva Academy. Childcare options for Chinook Park can be found in nearby communities.
Transportation in Chinook Park
Chinook Park residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 3, 20, 56, 81, and 502. The nearest LRT Station is Heritage Station.
Chinook Park is bordered by Glenmore Trail to the north, Elbow Drive to the east, 14 Street W to the west and Heritage Drive to the south.
Chinook Park FAQs
What is the population of Chinook Park?
The population of Chinook Park is 1,754.
Is there a local community association in Chinook Park?
Chinook Park is covered by the CKE Community Association which represents Chinook Park, Kelvin Grove, and Eagle Ridge. Their community center hosts a variety of activities for both adults and children, including a Christmas Market, strength training, fitness classes, pickleball,
gymnastics, and tennis. Recreation facilities include a gymnasium, a dance studio, a skating rink, tennis courts, and a community garden.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Chinook Park to downtown Calgary takes under 16 minutes by car or 35 minutes by public transportation. Easily access downtown Calgary by taking either Crownchild Trail or Macleod Trail.
What is the average household income in Chinook ParK?
The average household income in Chinook Park is $184,386.
Is Chinook Park a safe place to live?
The crime rates in Chinook Park are 60% lower than the Calgary average.
Chinook Park Community Information
Established in 1959, it is situated in the south by Heritage Drive, West is 14 Street W, east is Elbow Drive and Glenmore Trail to its north. It is a residential neighbourhood in the south-west of Calgary. Chinook Park is known for its proximity to Calgary’s major roadways. The Heritage Station of the C-train line is also close. Chinook Park is also adjacent to amenities such as the Glenmore Reservoir, Weaselheads Flats Hiking, and Heritage Park offers a lot of recreational activities.
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Chinook Park
Chinook Park is a 5-minute drive from Rockyview General Hospital. Residents have access to five nearby animal clinics and a variety of therapy and specialty health clinics.
Quick Facts About Chinook Park
Quadrant: Southwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 3,059
Crime rates are 60% lower than the Calgary average.
Chinook Park Parks and Outdoors
Chinook Park has four parks and playgrounds within the neighbourhood and several in surrounding neighbourhoods.
Chinook Park is right next to Heritage Park, Canada’s largest living history museum. The whole family can find something fun to do with 127 acres of space just waiting to be explored.
South Glenmore Park is within walking distance of Chinook Park. Residents can take advantage of waterfront green space with biking and hiking trails, an aquatic playground, and a sailing school. The sun sets perfectly over the reservoir providing one of the most picturesque spots for
golden hour in all of Calgary.
In the summer, residents have plenty of opportunities for sailing, kayaking, fishing, biking and hiking. During the winter, residents can enjoy classic activities such as cross-country skiing and skating.
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