Fred Johns Park

NOTICE: Private bookings for picnic sites, ball diamonds and other athletic fields within the City of Leduc are not currently being accepted as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, however, casual/non-league use of diamonds and fields is permitted. Playgrounds and the disc golf course are now open, however users are required to follow all public health orders outlined by the Province of Alberta and Alberta Health Services. Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Nearly 35 acres of land, Fred Johns Park is connected to the Multiway Trail, and offers:

  • a playground
  • ball diamonds
  • picnic areas
  • year-round fishing (via the Leduc Reservoir)
  • skating
  • disc golf (see below)

Water-In-View Disc Golf 

Enjoy the beautifully treed waterfront setting of the City of Leduc's disc golf course. Every skill level is accommodated with our challenging mix of technical shots and open fairways. 

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History

The park is named after Fred Johns, who was mayor of Leduc from 1948 to 1952 and again from 1954 to 1967.

Location

You can find Fred Johns Park in the Leduc Estates neighbourhood off of Black Gold Drive.