Making movement a joy.

In Alpine Park, the community itself is the amenity – with treed boulevards, innovative off-street green court pathway systems, some of Calgary’s most imaginative parks, and life’s essentials, nearby restaurants, and cafes all within an 8-minute walk from home. So when you need a cup of sugar and your neighbour isn’t home, you know you can be to the store and back before anyone's had time to lick the spoons.

Public lawn and overlook in Central Park.

So much more than simple sod.

Not all parks are built alike. Alpine Park's Homeowner Association has empowered the community with dramatically upgraded public spaces, with elevated maintenance standards, higher quality amenities, and better long-term care of these vital neighbourhood hubs.

Outdoor Fireplace

Located in the north green court along Treeline View SW in the centre of a klingstone plaza and circled by adirondack chairs, the natural gas fireplace is the ideal place to wind down as the night cools off.


Decking & Pergolas

Elevated decking provides clean spaces for picnics or lounging, with integrated tree wells to provide shade on hot summer days.


Wider & Winter Walkable

What’s the point of destinations if the journey isn’t enjoyable? Wider pathways throughout the community allow people to walk side-by-side and regional pathways are maintained throughout the winter courtesy of Alpine Park’s HOA, so you can worry less about strollers stuck in the snow.


Social Lawns

It’s hard to beat setting a blanket on the grass and soaking in some sun. While not as environmentally friendly as the naturalized grasses found elsewhere in the community, Alpine Park’s manicured public lawns give residents extra space to toss a frisbee or spread out for a picnic, as well as play host to a range of community events and activities.


Places For Pause

Park benches, adirondack chairs, carousel picnic tables, and 12’ concrete long tables with BBQ grills all empower people to linger and enjoy being out in the community. Watch the kids play, grill up some hotdogs for lunch, and introduce yourself to the family at the table nearby.


Viewing Areas

From the main lawn overlook in Central Park to the Skyline Pond viewing deck, Alpine Park’s elevation and commanding views of the surrounding environment are fully taken advantage of.



The magic behind the Nautilus pond technology is the ability to turn a typical stormwater pond into a beautiful naturalized environment. But it's Storm Park's boardwalks that help ensure people can enjoy the fruits of that labour and stroll among wetland reeds.


Serious Fun

Alpine Park’s handcrafted Earthscape playgrounds are wood-built and designed to offer physical challenge and beneficial risk, encouraging physical activity, imagination and social interaction for true open-ended play.



Ensuring parks remain their absolute best no matter the conditions, irrigation keeps plants healthy, parks vibrant, and the extension of your outdoor living space at its best.


Illuminated Paths

Thoughtful bollard lighting extends the usable time residents can safely enjoy their parks well into the evening. Additional plug-in receptacles also make easy work of organizing community gatherings or even just getting a quick recharge on your phone.


Community Gardens

Multiple fenced garden plots throughout the community provide a social hub for residents, a place to relieve stress and improve wellness, and an opportunity to directly experience the benefit of fresh, locally grown produce.


In The Details

Whether you spot rundle stone outcroppings, sandstone boulders, or natural logs set within tall grades, the character of the landscaping in Alpine Park goes far beyond mulched beds and brings touches of mountain, prairie, and urban details into the design.


Tended & Tidy

Alpine Park’s Homeowner’s Association offers many benefits, but one of the most important is the higher standard of stewardship for the community’s parks. Convenient litter bins throughout make it easy for residents to enjoy picnics without worrying about a mess, and improved landscape maintenance keeps plantings healthy and public spaces beautiful.


Alpine Park’s gathering spaces, from the modest to most ambitious, anchor the community and help bring residents together from all corners.

Skyline Pond

Skyline Pond

Inspired by tarns, proglacial lake formations unique to mountain environments, Skyline Pond anchors Alpine Park’s northeast corner and offers dramatic views of Calgary’s downtown core and mountains to the west as the land drops toward Fish Creek Park. Residents can enjoy several vantage points and rest areas around the park, or admire the beautiful architecture of the overlooking homes along Bluerock Way SW.

Picnic Grove Park

Picnic Grove Park

One of the main gateways into the green court park system, Picnic Grove Park is encircled by park fronting porched homes and features manicured public lawn, picnic tables, barbeque stations, and an inspiring custom wood playground designed by Earthscape to encourage physical activity, imaginative play, and social interaction.

Central Park

Central Park

A true community hub, Central Park offers a large gathering lawn, ornamental plantings, a cantilevered lookout, a family playground plus a climbing hill. Reflecting its importance to the community at large, Central Park is framed by three roads on each side, making the space accessible to all and providing easy access to visitors and food trucks alike during events.

Alpine Bark

Alpine Bark

Located south of Central Park across Alpine Avenue SW, Alpine Park’s off-leash dog park caters to our other members of the family, letting Fido and Sparky sniff rears and run circles to their heart’s content.

Village Square

Village Square

Nestled in the heart of Alpine’s Village Centre, this commercial square style plaza anchors the retail hub of the neighbourhood and offers restaurants with expanded outdoor seating and public space to linger and enjoy.

Canopy Park

Canopy Park

A preservation of one of the most iconic natural features of Alpine Park’s location, this 11-acre ridgeline park will protect the existing tree stand and enhance it with substantial additional plantings. A ‘canopy walk’ trail brings visitors above the treeline before dropping them into a playground nestled amongst the forest alongside a regional transecting path. A large public venue space provides wintertime tobogganing, while pavilions allow people from across the community to gather and barbeque during summers.

Midway Park

Midway Park

Set between Alpine Park’s unique couplet roads, which diffuses neighbourhood traffic off Stoney Trail while making it easier for residents to get around on foot, Midway Park provides a compelling urban park linkage along the treelined boulevard connecting the Village Centre to the rest of the community to the south.

Storm Park

Storm Park

An innovative reimagining of the traditional storm water system, Storm Park expands on the success of Nautilus concept systems deployed in award-winning spaces like Dale Hodges Park to create a massive 32-acre wetland naturalized environment supportive of local wildlife while offering residents trails, public plazas, boardwalks, and viewpoint lookouts to enjoy.

Community Association Site

Community Association Site

The Community Association Site in Alpine Park offers so much more than a typical administrative building, with a multi-use sports courts that can host winter skating and the only BMX inspired loop layout Pump Track within a 7 km radius – building off the growing popularity of facilities like the South Glenmore Pump Track to bring even more bicycle-friendly activities into the community.

Designed for life's essentials.

Alpine Park’s story is about the power of proximity. The difference between being an hour from the mountains and being just a half hour is the difference between weekend adventures and getting into the wilderness on weekdays. The difference between having your needs met within a 16-minute walk or an 8-minute walk, similarly, is all the difference between actually walking and just jumping in the car as you always do.

Everything you need is here

Storm Park

Unnamed Road, Calgary, AB T2Y 5G1, Canada

St. Stephen

10910 Elbow Dr SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

St. Jude

730 Woodbine Blvd SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

Skyline Pond

3200 146 Ave SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Picnic Grove Park

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Marshall Springs School

1100 Everridge Dr SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

Hearth Green

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Pharmacy/Medical

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Middle School

162 Ave SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Hotel

Fish Creek Blvd SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future High Street Retail

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Grocery

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Gas Bar

Fish Creek Blvd SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Fast-casual Restaurants

Fish Creek Blvd SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Elementary School

146 Ave SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Dine-in Restaurants

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Future Convenience Retail

Fish Creek Blvd SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Fish Creek Provincial Park

13931 Woodpath Rd SW, Calgary, AB T2W 5R4, Canada

Evergreen School

367 Everstone Dr SW, Calgary, AB, Canada


12905 Buffalo Run Blvd, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Community Association Site

16008-15924 37 St SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Central Park

146 Ave SW, Priddis, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

Centennial High School

55 Sun Valley Blvd SE, Calgary, AB, Canada

Canopy Park

Southwest Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada

Bishop O'Byrne

Bishop O'Byrne Senior High School, 333 Shawville Blvd SE #500, Calgary, AB, Canada

Alpine Bark

37 St SW, Calgary, AB T0L 1W0, Canada

All within 8 minute's reach.


Alpine Park’s grocery is a unique ‘dual use’ experience, with a walkable pedestrian-oriented frontage, as well as at-grade undercroft parking for quick stops on your way home from work.


With both a K-6 and K-9 school site dedicated, Alpine Park’s safer pedestrian experience also makes for a safer walk to school, with pathways set back from the road or weaved through the community.


Bumps, scrapes, and all that a life of adventure can bring makes not going far for your pharmacy an underappreciated perk.


Visiting guests can stay nearby and keep their own routine, walking over in the morning for coffee when they’re ready.


Does Alpine Park have a school?

- Alpine Park has two designated school sites located in the community. There will be a CBE Elementary site for K-6 in addition a Catholic (K-9). While there is no timeline for building on this site, the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD) have appointed various Regular and Alternative Program schools for students residing in Alpine Park.

Where is the Welcome Centre?

The Welcome Centre is located in our showhome neighbourhood at 35 Bluerock Avenue SW.

If I live in Alpine Park, do I own the land?

Yes. Alpine Park is within the City of Calgary on private land.

Can I swim or skate on Skyline Pond?

No. Skyline pond is a Storm Pond and is not safe for leisurely activities. Some of Dream's communities have storm ponds to collect and hold rainfall and snowmelt before it reaches our rivers, creeks, and streams. This runoff collects sediment as it travels across properties, streets, and roads. By capturing and holding stormwater for a period of time, storm ponds allow sediments to settle, the water is then slowly released to our rivers, creeks, and streams.

What type of community fees and what do they cover?

Alpine Park has both a Homeowner Association as well as some homes and multi-family residences that are part of a condominium. Not all parks are built alike. Alpine Park’s Homeowner Association empowers the community with dramatically upgraded public spaces, with elevated maintenance standards, higher quality amenities, and better long-term care of these vital neighbourhood hubs.

Is there public transportation available?

Currently Alpine Park does not have any public transportation services within the community.

Do homes in the community require solar?

Homes in Alpine Park do not require solar, but our builder partners have worked together to ensure all homes in Alpine are solar ready.

Does Alpine Park have a community garden?

The community has multiple community gardens throughout the green court systems. If you are a resident in Alpine and are looking to get a plot, you can reach request a plot through the TownSq, the resident platform used for the HOA.


At the heart of it all is Alpine Park’s Village Centre, with a vibrant array of restaurants, stores, and services supported by locals and visitors alike - which means you’ll be able to get all your day-to-day needs and find some things you didn’t know you needed.

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