Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

Alberta Parks


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  • Closure - Scott Trail

    Effective:  May 28, 2021

      • Effective date: May 29, 2021, until further notice
      • Where: Scott Trail, Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park
      • Why: Presence of cattle and their calves

    Affected Areas
  • Closure - Yodel Loop

    Effective:  April 2, 2021

      • Effective Date: April 2, 2021 until further notice
      • Where: Yodel Loop in Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park 
      • Why: Closed due to the presence of cattle who are entering calving season.

    Affected Areas
  • Parking Prohibited on Glenbow Road

    Effective:  March 18, 2021

      • Effective Date: March 18, 2021
      • Where: Glenbow Road, Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park
      • Why: Parking prohibited on Glenbow Road.

      Parking along Glenbow Road is now prohibited. Limited parking to access Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park is available in designated lots. Please obey all signs.

      Visitors should be prepared and have an alternate plan or avoid peak hours between 1:00pm and 3:00pm on weekends.


  • Construction Advisory - Glenbow Ranch PP Hazardous Tree Removal

    Effective:  February 1, 2021

      • Effective Date: February 1, 2021
      • Where: Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park parking lots and around the Visitor Centre / Parks Offices. 
      • Why: Hazardous Tree Removal by contractors at Glenbow Ranch.

       The areas will remain open to the public during work.  Visitors should follow all signage and directions from the contractors.



  • Construction Advisory - Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park Education Facility

    Effective:  August 19, 2020

      • Effective Date: August 19, 2020
      • Where: Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park public parking lot and main trail
      • Why: Educational Facility will begin construction on August 19, 2020.

      Heavy equipment and crews will be on site completing construction work. Caution should be used, particularly around heavy equipment, and all posted signage and closures must be obeyed.  


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