The Edson Cycling Association
The Edson Cycling Association is a not-for-profit society. Thier mission is to improve access to recreation in the Edson area by building new trails at Willmore Park. We hope to improve the quality of life and health of residents by promoting cycling in the Edson area.
To find out more about their hard work check out their webpage at: http://www.edsoncycling.com/.
You can buy a membership, join the group rides, help with trail builds or donate via their website.
Camping and Group Use
The park offers 41 non-serviced auto access campsites and one large backcountry campsite. Campsites and group use areas can be booked by reservation. Potable water and firepits are supplied.
- Whole firewood is available free of charge from the firewood bins.
- Split firewood is available for $5/bundle from the Park Operator.
Willmore Park Campground online reservations are now open. Campsites are available for booking May 16 - Oct 15, 2022.
Sites are $20/night
Park rules and policies are in the website/app below.
- To make reservations from your desktop click https://www.campreservations.ca/campground/willmore-park-campground-2764
- To make reservations from your phone, download the app
- Android users https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.campresmobile
- IOS users https://apps.apple.com/dz/app/camp-reservations-canada/id1553408391
Reservations cannot be made by email or phone.
You can change and modify your reservations on the app. If you need help with the app please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 587-331-6320. Their website also has great help tips www.campreservations.ca
Follow our page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/willmorepark
Please note that the Edson Cycling Skills Park will be closed for maintenance June 6 - 10, 2022.
For more info check out their website http://www.edsoncycling.com/
See a google map and 360 view of the main sites below!
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On hot summer days the McLeod River is a very popular spot to head for a swim or soak up the sun.
In winter, the park is a popular destination for families and friends as it offers a spectacular tobogganing hill for sledding and all our winter fun. On a good snow year the trails also offer opportunities to snowshoe and cross-country ski.
The park is home to all kinds of wildlife including mule and white-tailed deer, squirrels and forest birds.
It is important to keep in mind when visiting Willmore Park that you are in bear country. When using the trail system make plenty of noise, especially when walking near streams or coming around corners. Remember to always be aware of your surroundings.