Willmore Park

Located 6 km south of town (follow 63rd street south) along the beautiful McLeod River, Willmore Park offers an extensive multiple-use trail system, scenic views, day-use, group-use, overnight camping facilities, and a great tobogganing hill.

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Welcome back to Willmore Park

The Willmore Park day use area, main campground, and select trails have reopened seasonally following the 2023 wildfires.

Although some bike/hiking trails remain closed as crews continue reclamation work, there are still many safe trails ready for visitors. Please see the attached trail information, watch for additional signage throughout Willmore Park, and stay out of restricted work areas.

Unfortunately, the overflow campground was destroyed by the fire. Please stay away from the overflow area.

We encourage everyone to use the facility, but also ask that you remain aware of dangers. Park use is at your own risk, please recreate safely.

Willmore Campground Booking - https://www.campreservations.ca/campground/willmore-park-campground-2764

Edson Cycling Association Updates - www.edsoncycling.com

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. 

*Please note that our Overflow Campground was damaged by the Wildfires, and is unavailable for booking* 


  1. Whole firewood is available free of charge from the firewood bins.
  2. Split firewood is available for $5/bundle from the Park Operator.

Willmore Park Campground online reservations are now open. Campsites are available from booking May - Oct 

Sites are $20/night

Park rules and policies are in the website/app below.

*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 support@campreservations.ca or 587-331-6320. Their website also has great help tips www.campreservations.ca

Follow our page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/willmorepark

Bike Skills Park:

For more info check out their website http://www.edsoncycling.com/

See a google map and 360 view of the main sites below!



Click below for a 360 view of the main sites!


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Our 15.8 km loop trail system is excellent for short walks, longer hikes or mountain biking. When including the Crown Land trails, there are close to 25km of connected trails.

The trails offer a nice mix of rolling terrain, short uphills and intermediate downhills through old growth mixed-wood forest along the McLeod River.

Willmore Park Hiking and Biking Map

Willmore Park Online Trail Map - Trail Forks

The Edson Bike Skills Park is a free, fun, and safe place for people to learn, practice and hone their cycling skills. This bike skills park contains a variety of natural and man-made features such as jumps, rocks, logs, pumps tracks, ladder bridges, teeter totters, and a flow trail. Like a skateboard park is designed for skateboards, a bike skills park is designed for bikes.

Edson's Bike Skills Park is one of the largest in the province and we're extremely proud of the work that was done to make it a reality.

For more details on the Park, maps, and it's current status, visit https://www.edsoncycling.com/edson-bike-skills-park

The Edson Bike Skills Park is free to use and open during park hours.

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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.