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River Valley Wilderness Park

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The Oldman River Valley Wilderness Park is a natural phenomenon. Located on the banks of the Oldman River just north of Fort Macleod across the MacKenzie Bridge (6th Avenue), River Valley Wilderness Park is a 120-acre park home to white-tail and mule deer, rabbits, beavers, fish and the rare narrow-leaf cottonwood tree once typical of Albertan river valleys.

The park’s extensive pathway system allows visitors to fully enjoy and appreciate the flora, fauna and unique geography characteristic of the Oldman River Valley.

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