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Festival Parking & Shuttle Bus

Festival Parking & Shuttle Bus at Grey Eagle Resort & Casino

"Park your vehicle at Grey Eagle Resort & Casino and ride the Shuttle Bus to the festival entrance way..."

North Glenmore Park does have public parking available (as indicated on map below), which is first come first served basis, however, in order to ensure the safety of our athletes and spectators, parking is severely restricted to ensure clear routes for emergency vehicles in case they are needed during the event.

We highly advise that you take advantage of FREE Festival parking located at Grey Eagle Resort & Casino as parking at North Glenmore Park is very limited and restricted in most areas. Shuttle bus transportation (approximately every 8 mins) to/from the Festival if FREE.

Shuttle Buses run from 7:00am to 6:00pm (Saturday & Sunday)

Note: Sorry no pets are allow on Shuttle Buses unless are service type pets.

Parking Authority will be at North Glenmore Park during the festival, please DO NOT park on the grass, you will be ticketed.


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DIRECTIONS

We are located on the Tsuu T’ina First Nation, nestled in the beautiful backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, at the convenient location of 37 Street & Glenmore Trail S.W.

Our street address is 3777 Grey Eagle Drive.

Travelling west bound on Glenmore Trail:


37 Street Stormwater Trunk Project

Update - April 21, 2017

  • Geotechnical drilling is taking longer than expected due to recent wet weather.
  • We expect to complete the last of the drilling over the next two weeks, dependant on the weather clearing up and the ground drying out enough to complete the work safely.

Update - April 3, 2017

Phase 2 Update

  • Geotechnical drilling will take place April 10 - 21 in North Glenmore Park to help with design for phase 2 of this project. Drilling trucks will be in the area taking soil samples, please see the image gallery to see where drilling will take place.

Update - February 22, 2017

Update - September 2, 2016

Phase 1

  • Construction work in Phase 1 was completed on schedule in June 2016.
  • Traffic and parking on 37th Street S.W. has been restored to pre-construction operations, except at the north end near Lakeview Drive. The parking restrictions in this area will remain as long as the tunnel shaft remains in place.
  • When the Glenmore Trail/ 37th Street S.W. interchange is constructed as part of the Southwest Calgary Ring Road, the storm trunk will be extended under Glenmore Trail S.W. The tunnel shaft constructed to install the 37 Street S.W. Storm Trunk will remain in place until then to minimize costs and disruption. The Southwest Calgary Ring Road will be open to traffic in 2021. The Glenmore Trail/ 37 Street S.W. interchange may be completed sooner.

Phase 2

  • The City is currently developing the design and completing regulatory requirements for Phase 2, from south of 66th Avenue S.W. to the Elbow River.
  • This work includes a new outfall to the Elbow River and planning for future water quality treatment.
  • The City will exercise due diligence to mitigate environmental impacts and work with regulatory agencies to comply with regulatory requirements and permits.

For detailed information about construction project...click here

If you have any questions, or would like more information please contact 311.

The two closest lots to the Canoe Club will be closed and reserved for vendors, festival organizers, the bus Transit and VIPs.

We will have parking control so please don’t try to park there as you will be turned away without a parking pass.

The rest of the park is open to the public and is first come first served.

Each team will be allowed 1 vehicle to drop off provisions for your team but you will not be allowed to stay and park.