Mountain Bike Park

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The Town of Coaldale is developing a new mountain bike park and is asking for your input to create a space that can be enjoyed by bikers of all ages and levels of experience. This current preliminary phase of engagement is intended to inform those who are interested in learning about the project and to consult the community on their personal experiences with mountain biking and using mountain bike parks. At this time, there are three engagement opportunities: a survey, an application for the Mountain Bike Park Working Group, and a forum for ongoing discussions.

The new park is being developed on approximately 3 acres of vacant land east of the Coaldale Dog Park and adjacent to the Owl’s Nest Campground site. The park, once completed, will connect to the Town’s new pathway system, providing residents and visitors with an opportunity to recreate in the Town at no cost. The park will serve as an amenity for residents of Coaldale as well as visitors from surrounding areas and will provide a number of benefits to the community.


Please note, these boundaries are approximate and subject to change


If you or someone you know is interested in joining the Mountain Bike Park Design Working Group, the application form will be at the end of the survey. Please submit your name, age, level of experience, and a statement of why you are interested in joining the working group. Parents, please be encouraged to sign up for your children if you feel that this would be of interest for them.


Design Examples:

To give you an idea of a typical mountain bike park, we've included some examples from other mountain bike parks including the Edson Bike Skills Park and the Lethbridge Mountain Bike Park. These are intended to help you visualize potential layouts, design elements, and amenities you may want to see in Coaldale's mountain bike park.



The Town of Coaldale is developing a new mountain bike park and is asking for your input to create a space that can be enjoyed by bikers of all ages and levels of experience. This current preliminary phase of engagement is intended to inform those who are interested in learning about the project and to consult the community on their personal experiences with mountain biking and using mountain bike parks. At this time, there are three engagement opportunities: a survey, an application for the Mountain Bike Park Working Group, and a forum for ongoing discussions.

The new park is being developed on approximately 3 acres of vacant land east of the Coaldale Dog Park and adjacent to the Owl’s Nest Campground site. The park, once completed, will connect to the Town’s new pathway system, providing residents and visitors with an opportunity to recreate in the Town at no cost. The park will serve as an amenity for residents of Coaldale as well as visitors from surrounding areas and will provide a number of benefits to the community.


Please note, these boundaries are approximate and subject to change


If you or someone you know is interested in joining the Mountain Bike Park Design Working Group, the application form will be at the end of the survey. Please submit your name, age, level of experience, and a statement of why you are interested in joining the working group. Parents, please be encouraged to sign up for your children if you feel that this would be of interest for them.


Design Examples:

To give you an idea of a typical mountain bike park, we've included some examples from other mountain bike parks including the Edson Bike Skills Park and the Lethbridge Mountain Bike Park. These are intended to help you visualize potential layouts, design elements, and amenities you may want to see in Coaldale's mountain bike park.



  • This survey will take 5 minutes to complete. 


    This survey is designed to ask about your current level of experience with mountain biking and collect your feedback on local mountain bike park designs. At the end of the survey, we are accepting submissions for the Mountain Bike Park Working Group. We are looking for a diverse panel of working group members ranging from different ages, levels of experience, and gender to ensure we capture as many perspectives as possible during the design phase. Parents are encouraged to apply on behalf of their children if they are interested in participating. 

    This survey will take 5 minutes to complete. 


    This survey is designed to ask about your current level of experience with mountain biking and collect your feedback on local mountain bike park designs. At the end of the survey, we are accepting submissions for the Mountain Bike Park Working Group. We are looking for a diverse panel of working group members ranging from different ages, levels of experience, and gender to ensure we capture as many perspectives as possible during the design phase. Parents are encouraged to apply on behalf of their children if they are interested in participating. 


    Your feedback will help inform the development of Coaldale's new mountain bike park and guide the design choices made by the park developer and the citizen working group further along in the project process.  

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