Ashraful Khan • Dec 6 2021
We decided to visit the Riverwood Conservancy— a 150 acre park with trails and gardens.
We started our visit at Bioswale. A man-made filtration system that uses soil and plants to breakdown pollution of storm water that flows right from the parking lot!
Walking through the fall colors here was amazing!
Up next we found our way into the MacEwan Terrace Garden….
… two acres of gorgeous garden terraces, perennial borders, and impressive landscaping.
Lots of photo ops!
We saw some cute wildlife along the way. :)
Next up, we found the historical MacEwan Barn built in 1850…
… and found home grown produce…
… and sunflowers too!
The EveryMany Pine Sanctuary.
We explored found the “Yellow Trail”, one of the shortest of the trails within the park….
… and ended our adventure at the charming Chappell House, built in 1919 and full of historical charm.