A relaxing morning spent bird watching, an afternoon kayaking at Big Lake and a quick drive to the farmers’ market to grab fresh produce for dinner. At Hawks Ridge, each day is as adventurous or relaxing as you choose. Located in Edmonton’s growing northwest, just minutes from Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park, and with close proximity to Anthony Henday, at Hawks Ridge, you can immerse yourself in nature without sacrificing easy access to amenities and connection to your community.
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- The comfort that comes with the proximity of nearby amenities can exist within a connected community immersed in nature — reach grocery stores, schools, shopping and more in five to ten minutes from your home at Hawks Ridge.
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- Among the endless ways you can connect with nature and your neighbours at Hawks Ridge, there are nearby recreation opportunities that are much further away from most neighbourhood communities. Spend your morning fishing along the nearby shores of Big Lake, the afternoon paddling on the lake with the kids, and the evening walking the trails together with the dog. All while knowing the comforts of home and convenient amenities are never too far away.
- Though named for the bird that calls this area home, the Big Lake area is home to over 200 different bird species and is part of Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park. Along with the hawk, hundreds of other animal species call the Big Lake area their home, so an essential part of the vision for Hawks Ridge was the preservation of natural wildlife corridors to ensure animals wouldn’t lose access to their natural habitats
- Your family’s natural oasis in Hawks Ridge is conveniently connected to the rest of Edmonton and St. Albert, with easy access to Yellowhead Trail and Anthony Henday Drive. The calm of natural surroundings like the Big Lake preserve, mixed with easy access to amenities, ensures the community at Hawks Ridge strikes the perfect balance between the peace and quiet of nature and modern convenience