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Wolf Willow inspires the pursuit of a life worth living – in a very special location that presents endless possibilities. This site has long been valued for its natural beauty, its diverse fish, wildlife and plant communities and its many recreational opportunities. Layering contemporary design, plentiful amenities and a strong connection to the river, Wolf Willow brings the lifestyle and beauty of the Bow River Valley to your doorstep.
Whether you want to visit the Fish Creek Provincial Park or raft the Bow River, Wolf Willow’s parks and pathways can lead you to a new adventure any time you want. In addition to over 80 kilometres of trails and 200 species of birds, Fish Creek offers a variety of recreational activities, as well as the historic Bow Valley Ranche House, Environmental Learning Centre, picnic areas, Artisan Gardens, fire pits, and the Sikome Lake Aquatic Facility. Plus, with multiple launch points for rafting close to home, you’re always ready to take a float on the wild side.
Paths to Possibility
Isn’t it nice when everything’s just around the corner? With a thoughtfully planned system of paths, parks and a grand boulevard, Wolf Willow is well connected to recreational and social activities, vast open spaces, the Bow River, Fish Creek Provincial Park and Blue Devil Golf Club. Easy access to major thoroughfares of Macleod Trail and Stoney Trail, bike paths, bus routes and the nearby Somerset-Bridlewood LRT station make getting around easy at this early stage in development.
Woof Willow Dog Park
We want your whole family to get the most out of Wolf Willow – including your furry, four-legged family members. This much-needed dog park is the only one of its kind south of Stoney Trail, boasting 9 acres of green space – that’s almost 7 football fields to take in and explore. Here, our canine citizens (and their people) can exercise and socialize in a clean, safe environment without endangering people, property or wildlife.
With clear, cold, fast-moving water, the Bow is one of Canada’s premier trout fishing destinations. Bull, Brown, Rainbow and Cutthroat trout thrive not only in number (about 1500 per kilometre) but also in size with trophy-worthy, 50-centimetre brown trout an everyday catch in the beautiful Bow.
Living to Play
There are many opportunities for recreation, leisure and learning, from the Trico Centre for Family Wellness to Calgary’s newest YMCA in Seton. Blue Devil Golf Club is even closer to home, too. With rolling fairways, challenging bunkers and strategically placed water hazards, Blue Devil’s 18-hole track spanning more than 200 acres is a great place to put your golf skills to the ultimate test. The Lil Devil 9-hole course is also perfect for kids or anyone with a great short game.
Bright Future Ahead
Wolf Willow is a perfect place for growing up. In the heart of the community, two future schools are planned – one elementary and one junior high – both connected by park spaces and pathways just footsteps from residents’ doors. Numerous schools and specialized program options are just a short drive away, including Early and Late French Immersion, Spanish Immersion, ELL Preschool, Hockey Canada Skills Academy, International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement and Dual Credit.
Our community is perfectly situated by the Bow with all the conveniences of urban living. Go shopping, plan a dinner date or enjoy a refreshing sip on a patio. Wolf Willow Crossing, a 4.5-acre commercial and retail site by Luxuria Developments is planned at the entrance of the community off 194th Avenue. Other retail, dining and entertainment attractions as well as medical clinics, dental, optometry, family practices and health care establishments – like the new South Health Campus – are just minutes away.