Rotary Park Playground
Opened in the summer of 2013, the Rotary Park Playground is the tallest outdoor playground structure in Alberta. Proudly sponsored by the Rotary Club of Whitecourt, Alliance Pipeline, and Alberta Recycling Management Authority, this playground is fully accessible and offers entertainment for people of all ages.
Fishing at Rotary Park
Grab your fishing rod and tackle, and take your family fishing at Rotary Park. Fishing is limited to people under the age of 16 years, or those accompanied by one or more people under the age of 16 years. Per Bylaw 1323, fishing at Rotary Park is permitted from May to October. For more detailed information, contact the Community Services Department at 780-778-6300.
Off Leash Dog Park
An Off Leash Dog Park has been developed on the north-east boundary of Rotary Park. Your four-legged friend can take part in special off leash privileges while you relax and enjoy the outdoors. The fenced park is an area where well-mannered dogs can enjoy a good run, or socialize with other dogs, while under the supervision of their owner.
Dogs in Rotary Park
Pets must be under the owner's control (leashed) when visiting Rotary Park. Dogs are not permitted on park features (River Slides, Splash Park, Playground), in the pond or on the sportsfields (per Bylaw 1414 - Animal Control). Pet owner's are encouraged to visit the Off Leash Dog Park in the north-east corner of the Park if their pets need some time to roam and run.
Rotary Park Master Plan
The Rotary Park Master Plan provides a long term vision for the development of the park.
The Concession at Rotary Park is open daily throughout the months of July and August from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Air Filling Station
Fill your tubes and floaties for the Whitecourt River Slides at the air filling station located on the south side of the concession building.