Great Chief Park

Great Chief Park boasts two baseball diamonds, two fastball diamonds, a combined soccer/football field, the Kiwanis Picnic Site, a 9-hole pitch n’ putt, horseshoe pits, and various support facilities and park amenities. The site contains trails that connect the park to the trail network and the Waskasoo Park system.
Setter Place Field

The sport fields at Great Chief Park provide top performance fields for a variety of sports enthusiasts. 

  • Two fastball diamonds
  • Two baseball diamonds
  • Synthetic regulation sized sports field lined for football and soccer lighting
  • Dressing room/bathroom facility
  • Raised media booth
  • Concession, available for rental by user group
  • Kiwanis Picnic Park includes picnic shelter and playground, within short walking distance 
  • 9-hole Pitch' n Putt golf course, Open May 1 - Oct 1
    • Use of the course is by cash donation, on a first-come, first-served basis. Access to the course is on foot between the Baseball #1 and Setters Place Field fences, just past the Great Chief Park Field House.
  • Horseshoe pits

Fee and Access Options

If you're interested in booking Great Chief Park, or one of the various Class A or B sport fields, please email for more information on timelines and how to complete a rental application. Fees are applicable to games, practices, special events and tournaments.

Contact Information:

4707 Fountain Drive (map)
Onsite Staff Phone: 403-358-6325 or 403-396-5591
Great Chief Park Office Phone: 403-406-8773
Facility Bookings Specialist: 403-309-8421

Also at Great Chief Park

Pet Friendly

Responsible pet owners are asked to comply with expectations set out below:

  • Dogs allowed on leash within the sport field areas
  • Dogs restricted to non-bleacher viewing areas
  • Clean up after your pet. ‘Dog doo’ bag dispensers available on site
  • Pet ‘refreshment’ area for water access available on site
  • Aggressive or noisy dogs will not be permitted on the premises

Pets and their owners will be asked to leave the premises if found not following guidelines set out. Bylaw/RCMP officers can remove dogs, and/ or fine owners not complying with local Bylaws.