Public school students attend the neighbourhood’s own Scenic Acres elementary followed by Arbour Lake junior high, Robert Thirsk senior high, and Bowness senior high. Catholic school students attend Monsignor E. L. Doyle elementary, St. Vincent junior high, and St. Francis senior high school.
With the Crowchild Trail and Stoney Trail both being major route ways, other areas of Calgary are easy to access for any residents of Scenic Acres. At the heart of the community is Scurfield Park and Scenic Acres Park which is only a hint of some of the green space located within Scenic Acres and in neighbouring areas. Fourteen kilometres from the city centre, there’s a certain serenity found in a neighborhood that offers panoramic views of the Bow Valley, the Paskapoo Slopes, and the Rocky Mountains.
There’s a wide range of recreational and sporting activities put on in the community on behalf of the community association that oversees the numerous open fields and green spaces. The Crowfoot shopping centre is only a five minute walk away; take a stroll and uncover the shops and restaurants that occupy the popular destination for Scenic Acres’ residents.
There are over two dozen Calgary Transit stops that are strategically placed in every corner of the community which allows residents the chance to travel anywhere in Calgary at a very low cost to themselves.
Offering quick access to the city’s pathways, public transportation via the Crowfoot LRT station, and the Crowfoot shopping centre nearby, Scenic Acres is a piece of Calgary that can’t be found elsewhere in the city. Highly popular among new families moving to the city as well as those firmly established in Calgary’s professional community, there’s much that awaits you in Scenic Acres. No matter your interests, Scenic Acres offers a little bit of everything for everyone across the board. Come. Visit. Live.Internal server error. Crash reporter has reported this crash to the system administrator.