About Lloyd Park

Lloyd Park is located south of Calgary, on Highway 22X/Marquis of Lorne Trail. Leaving Highway 2, Macleod Trail, or Deerfoot Trail, travel west on Highway 22X some five kilometers past Spruce Meadows. Lloyd Park is on the south side of the highway-- the exit is immediately west of Red Deer Lake school.

This sign indicates the exit you'll want from 22X down to the Park itself (if you're travelling westbound, you'll be turning left; it's a narrow road south, down a hill).

These signs can be found on Highway 2A northbound (Macleod Trail) and Macleod Trail southbound, respectively. Highway 22X is the southernmost overpass along that road.

Travelling west on 22X, you will meet this sign (or one much like it) as you pass Spruce Meadows. Carry on until you meet the Lloyd Park sign. If you reach the town of Priddis, you have managed to pass it; turn around and come back.

The turnoff for Lloyd Park passes by historic Red Deer Lake school; before you descend the hill you will see its current incarnation. The old one-room schoolhouse can be seen in the Park itself.

For more clarity, you may wish to consult this map of the Macleod Trail (Highway 2A) / Highway 22X (Marquis of Lorne trail) interchange. This second map shows a wider section of the south, including the bifurcation of Highway 2 (which becomes Deerfoot Trail) and Highway 2A, in case you are coming from south of the city.

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