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Leduc | Alberta

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Telford Lake

Telford Lake is named after Robert Taylor Telford, the first settler of the Leduc and the former Mayor. Telford lake is beside the Wm. F. Lede Park. At this lake, boating and bird watching are available.

The boat competitions take place at the lake in the summers and winters. The south side of the lake has the Leduc Boat Club, which offers different levels of paddling courses and organizes races. Moreover, it has an 8.2kg long trail along Telford Lake. The lake has various activities with a nice view.

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Amazing Corn Maze

The Amazing Corn Maze offers visitors the chance to get lost, found, and more!

The maze offers a corn maze, a pet zoo, a playground and a campfire at the end. The corn maze is a man-made maze that is well designed for all ages. In the end, there is a campfire to enjoy marshmallows and other food. It is a great place to spend the day and a fun tour for the kids.

Photo: https://discoverleduc.ca/things-to-do/attractions/

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Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator

The Leduc heritage grain elevator is a historical landmark that was built in 1978. It is one of the last wood crib grain elevators in Alberta.

The Leduc heritage grain elevator is maintained by the Alberta Legacy Development Society, which makes efforts to preserve and maintain the grain elevator. They offer tours of the site by appointment only. This site is a great place to acquire knowledge about the history of agriculture development and learn the mechanism of the grain elevator.

Photo: Jeffery J. Nichols, CC-BY-SA-4.0

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Multiway Trail System

The multiway trail system is a 75 km paved pathway with beautiful views within Leduc city. It is accessible for hiking, walking, cycling, rollerblading and wheelchairs. It connects the city center of Leduc in all directions.

In future, this trail system may be connected to the Edmonton International Airport. It is accessible all year round as the pathways are cleared of snow in winter. It is a great trail that combines many attractions and is a great way to explore Leduc.

Photo: https://www.leduc.ca/multiway-trail-system

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Dr. Woods House Museum

The museum belonged to one of the first doctors of Leduc, Dr. Robert Woods. The medical wing was attached to the house, built in 1927. The house is a historical landmark that illustrates Art Deco period architecture.

The museum is open all year long. In 2008, the Alberta Registered Historic Site declared Dr. Woods a historic site. The museum offers guided tours, educational programs and tea times open all year round. It is a great place to learn the history of Leduc.

Photo: https://www.drwoodsmuseum.com/

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Home Town of James Campbell

James Campbell is a clarinetist with more than 40 recordings, a Juno Award, a Roy Thomson Hall Award, Canada’s Artist of the Year, the Order of Canada, and The Queen’s Golden Jubilee.

Campbell was born in Leduc in 1949. He was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 1997.

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Leduc Lions Campground & RV Park

The Leduc Lions has a campground and RV park with free Wi-Fi, power sites, showers, fire pits, and other facilities. In addition to the park, there are two playgrounds with basketball nets and a hockey goal shot.

Also, they have a recreation area that includes the pickleball courts. Also, the two of the facilities can be rented for use. It is a nice campground for picnics and for enjoying recreational activities.

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William F. Lede Park

The park is named after the former Mayor of Leduc, William Lede. The park is located next to Telford Lake and the Leduc Recreation Center.  The park is over 200 acres with various sports fields, including baseball, softball, football, rugby and soccer. Also, the park has an outdoor fitness center, playgrounds, picnic areas, and an off-leash dog park. In addition, it has various trails around the park with nice scenery. This huge park has many facilities to enjoy.

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