Floden Park Loop Trail is a 0.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October.
Floden Park is a small park, but it has a large community footprint. The park is named after Charles Floden, who lived in Beverly from 1912 to 1960. In that time he served as a member of the School Board for three terms, Town Councillor for a term and then as Mayor of Beverly for three terms. The Beverly Council named a park after him for his contributions to the community in 1959. Floden Park has a nice walking path along the top to the banks of the River Valley with a couple of great look out points. From the look out, you are looking directly down at the Gold Bar Wastewater Plant and Capilano Park. There are also great views east and west down the river valley. You will pass the Beverly Heights Recreation Center and a fantastic children's play area. The Beverly Heights Community Hall is also here and is also the location of the famous Beverley Heights Variety Show which began in 1971 and is still one of the city's best draws. The funds raised help sponsor various community activities. Walking along Ada Blvd, you will see people playing soccer and baseball on their respective fields. In the winter there are two outdoor ice rinks for the community to enjoy. A small park that packs a big community punch.