Ziplines, a parkour course, ice rink, balance beams and more are just some of the features of rec facility opening in Calgary's northwest.
Enormous community participation and involvement and a beautiful design will make this a destination for locals in the area.
Hawkwood, in Calgary's northwest, will soon have a communal place with ziplines, balancing beams, and a parkour course.
Hawkwood is an interesting case of a relatively affluent community that depends on neighboring communities for many of its amenities and facilities. Residents are excited to have a facility that serves as a “hub” for socializing and events of this nature.
Kelsi Hurlbut, a landscape architect from Calgary, helped create the design. Hurlbut renovated Bear Street in Banff as primary architect of The TULA Project.
The Hawkwood facility will include seats beneath the trees, solar panels, and a summer sunken lawn with a fire pit that can be flooded and utilized as a skating rink in the winter.
The parkour course was designed to be safe for both beginner and expert users.
If you are interested in learning more about the community of Hawkwood, whether you have a general inquiry, are interested in buying or selling a home, or looking for investment opportunities, give us a call today!
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