Parks

Residents and visitors enjoy 84.5 hectares of park land in Beaumont year round. Linking these parks and the various neighborhoods is a comprehensive trail system which includes over 22.5 kilometres of asphalt trails.

Hours


Parks are open year-round from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. View all of our parks.

Types of Parks


Skatepark


We have a skatepark called Beaumont and District Lions Skatepark. Read the signs / policy information (PDF) for this park.

Sports Fields



Baseball Diamonds
There are 10 ball diamonds in Beaumont:

  • 5 are located at Four Seasons Park:
    Behind the School:
 Ecole Beaumont Composite
High School

 5417 43 Avenue
Beaumont, AB T4X1K1

  • 2 diamonds at Parc Milieu Park
    Behind the school:
 Ecole Coloniale Estates School
 37 Coloniale Way
Beaumont, AB T4X1M7

  • Additional diamonds at:
 Ecole J. E. Lapointe School
 4801 55 Avenue
Beaumont, AB T4X1K2
 Ecole Bellevue School
 5103 50th Avenue
Beaumont, AB T4X1K4
 Ecole Beau Meadow School
 4322 44 Street
Beaumont, AB T4X1K3


Soccer fields

The 14 soccer fields in Beaumont are located in the following parks:

Junior Soccer Fields
  • Parc Canal Leblanc
  • Parc Gobeil Park
  • Parc Milieu Park
Ecole Coloniale Estates School

 37 Coloniale Way
Beaumont, AB T4X1M7

  • Parc Des Plaines Park
 Ecole Beau Meadow School
 4322 44 Street
Beaumont, AB T4X1K3

Senior Soccer Fields

  • Parc Coloniale Park
  • Parc Lapointe Park
  • Ecole J. E. Lapointe School
 4801 55 Avenue
Beaumont, AB T4X1K2

  • Parc Quatre Saisons/Four Seasons Park
  • Les Champs Vallee Fields

To book outdoor facility space, contact us.

Parks Under Construction 

The Dansereau Community Park is under construction.

Accessing Private Property 

Please complete the application form (PDF) before accessing private property over Town managed land including:
  • Boulevards
  • Cubs
  • Parks
  • Pathways
  • Sidewalks
Allow up to 7 working days for processing. Fines may result without approved access.

Communities in Bloom 

Beaumont is the National Communities in Bloom winner of the 9,001 - 20,000 population category. Beaumont received a 5 Bloom rating and a special mention for Main Street Renovation during the 2014 National Symposium and Awards Ceremonies in Charlottetown, PEI. The town competed against Chestermere AB and Lorraine QC.

Judges evaluated the overall contributions of municipal council and departments, businesses and the private sector - including volunteer efforts - in 7 criteria:
  • Environmental Action
  • Floral Displays
  • Heritage Conservation
  • Landscape
  • Tidiness
  • Urban Forestry
They cited Beaumont's 50 Street and 50 Avenue corridor, streetscaping improvements include new decorative sidewalks, crosswalks, on-street parking, lighting, site furnishings and architectural metalwork which reflect the French village design theme.

Those improvements benefit the residents of Beaumont and was made possible by the participation of several levels of government and the commitment of the streetscape planning committee.
Ecole J. E. Lapointe School
Ecole J. E. Lapointe School