In 2011, Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation and Alberta Parks officially opened Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park to the public. Glenbow Ranch protects 3200 acres of native fescue grasslands and is an active cattle ranch. The Park is home to creatures big and small from moose to bumblebees, and spans 10 kms of the Bow River.
For 10 years, they have worked tirelessly to educate visitors, young and old, about grassland ecosystems. From our electric golf cart tours, which offer those with mobility issues a guided educational tour of the Park to our Explore Grasslands Programming for children, to our interpretive signage, they strive to teach all about our fascinating and fragile grassland ecosystem.