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William Hawrelak Park (originally Mayfair Park) is a 68 hectare park in the river valley featuring a 5 hectare lake and open grassy areas. The park hosts several major festivals and events throughout the year and is a fantastic location for all Edmontonians and visitors to explore.

William Hawrelak Park Rehabilitation Project

The City is looking to develop a 10-year rehabilitation plan to ensure the park continues to serve the recreational and event needs of Edmontonians. This plan will address the aging park infrastructure that requires repair, replacement or upgrades.

Features and Amenities


  • Hawrelak Pavilion
    • Accessible main entrance
    • Lower service counters
  • Curb cuts in parking
  • Safe drop-off/pick up area
  • Designated parking
  • Wheelchair accessible washrooms
  • Accessible pathways
  • Partially accessible picnic areas, playground areas and fountains

Connecting Parks & Green Spaces

To the north you will find Emily Murphy Park, Government House Park and Victoria Park

To the south you will find Buena Vista Park and Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park

Nearby Facilities and Attractions


Daily Park Hours 5am-11pm
Pavilion 9am-10pm
Red Table Cafe (Summer) 12pm-9pm
Shelter Building at
Picnic Sites 1, 2, 3 (Summer)
Shelter Building at
Picnic Site 2 (Winter)*
* Shelter buildings at site 1 and 3 are closed during winter.


Map of 9330 Groat Road
9330 Groat Road
Edmonton, Alberta

For More Information

311 Contact Centre

Online Contact 311 Online

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555

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