Trails, Parks & Playgrounds
The Diamond Willow Trail System is 5.2 kilometer of paved trail situated along the east banks of the scenic Battle River. The paved trails wander among a variety of trees, through open spaces, sharing the River Valley with waterfowl, song birds and other wildlife. The trails are ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists and in-line skaters to enjoy the benefits of a natural area. Ponoka is also a part of the Trans Canada Trail System.
Parks & Playgrounds
Lion's Centennial Park
Located on Highway 2A. There is an open air stage, covered picnic areas, flush toilets, barbeque pits, a stocked trout pond and a play structure. The stage area can be booked at no charge by calling the Town Office.
46 Street & 38 Avenue. Is well treed and in a quiet residential area. This a great park to take pictures and ideal for an outdoor wedding.
51 Avenue Close
Volunteer Fireman's Park
45 Street & 42 Avenue
54 Avenue Close
Kinsmen/ Kinette Park Central
59 Avenue Close
Co-op Mobile Home Subdivision
51 Street & 64 Avenue
Lucas Heights Parks
55 Street & 54 Avenue
59 Street & 60 Avenue
50 Street & 53 Avenue
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Ponoka Splash Park - Summer Hours 10:00AM - 8:00PM
The Splash Park was a joint effort between the Kinettes, Kinsmen and Lions Clubs in Ponoka, with assistance from the Town and Ponoka County.
- Located in the Lion's Centennial Park along Highway 2A
- A welcome addition to our community and will be used by both Town and County residents and visitors.
- Encourages fun, outdoor water play for the youngsters in our community
- Promotes active play and provides opportunities to explore science with water
- Draws people to the community which will help our economic growth and promote tourism in the area
The Splash Park will be open from the first week of June to the September long weekend - weather permitting.
Ponoka celebrated at the Grand Opening of the Hamilton Skateboard Park on September 29, 2007. This project was made possible by the collaborative efforts of the Town of Ponoka the Ponoka Skateboard Association.
The park is located immediately north of the downtown recycling depot on 50 Street - 46 Avenue.
Off Leash Dog Area
The Off Leash Dog Area is located in the River Valley, east of pedestrian bridge, north of 57thAvenue. It is a secured 2.5 Hectares of natural treed, grassy area. Please pay attention to the rules of using the area.