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Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge

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Indian Battle Park is a park located in the Oldman River valley urban park system of Lethbridge, Alberta. The 150-acre park was developed in 1960 and commemorates the Battle of the Belly River held in the area on 24 October 1870 between the Blackfoot and the Cree. A formal peace treaty between the two nations was reached in 1871.

In 2005, a city council bid to rename the park Valley Of Peace was rejected.

The park is home to Fort Whoop-Up, Helen Schuler Coulee Centre and the High Level Bridge.
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  • The park goes back generations and, before that, centuries with its appeal. The Oldman River flows by it, slicing through the impressive coulees. Another highlight is the spectacular train bridge whic...  more »
  • Went with children and grandchildren on Remembrance Day for KFC. The grand kids like the playground and the big kids like to go biking the trails. 
  • Indian Battle Park is beautiful right now with all the fall colors! We love to take our bikes and ride the trails along the river. Fun place for picnics and walks at the river too. Lots of great playg...  more »
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  • Nice natural area in the river bottom of Lethbridge. There is a great historic firt here to visit. From here there are pathes you can take on either side of the river. Eventually these paved pathes will take you onto dirt trails through some beautiful coulees. If you gi south along the path you can go for about 10 km to the College. If you head north you can go to penniquin ball diamonds then to Pavan park. About 15 km from your start point.
  • Wonderful little park. Great place to BBQ. Once got chased by a bunch of wasps for, like, an hour. That's more my fault, though.
  • Great place to walk and have some quiet time away from the city. Lots of walking paths. Benches. Historical sites. Nature centre to visit.
  • Lots to do. Playgrounds for children, trails, mountain bike park, boating, and destinations like Helen Schuler Nature Centre and Fort Whoop Up. Lots of wildlife.
  • Love this place , beautiful park . Can have campfires and cook and lots of fun