Sherwood Park Alberta Homes For Sale

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in beautiful Sherwood Park, AB.

Sherwood Park is a large hamlet situated in Alberta, within Strathcona County and adjacent to Edmonton City. Holding the title of the largest hamlet in the world, Sherwood Park is a great place to work and live as it offers plenty of recreational amenities and a peaceful environment away from the bustle of the city. The community is the heart of Strathcona County, hosting over two-thirds of the county's population. This means you can choose to live in one of the over 50 neighbourhoods within Sherwood Park. The area features a variety of stylish homes, including ranch-style houses and split-level homes from the 60s and modern condos, single-family homes and townhouses. These homes are situated close to sports amenities, green spaces, adventure amenities and 10 major shopping centres along Highway 16, Broadmoor Boulevard, Sherwood Drive, Baseline Road and Wye Road. Residents have access to four freeways: Anthony Henday Drive, Yellowhead Highway,  Sherwood Park Freeway and Baseline Road, which allow quick commutes to north, central and south Edmonton. Sherwood Park also runs a transit service that provides both local transport and commutes to Edmonton.

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Acreages Near Sherwood Park

Sherwood Park History

Sherwood Park was established in the early 1950s as a community to house oil workers of the Refinery Row industrial area. John Hook Campbell and John Mitchell came up with the plan to build the town and it was approved by the Strathcona Municipal Council in 1953. Later, Sherwood Park was established on a section of farmland by 1954. On January 1, 1996, Strathcona County was designated as a specialized municipality by the Province of Alberta, allowing it to receive both grants and provincial benefits. Sherwood Park borders Edmonton to the east and its boundaries are defined by Wye Road to the south, Yellowhead Highway to the north, Highway 21 to the east and Anthony Henday Drive to the west.

The city's neighbourhoods include:

North Sherwood Park Neighborhoods

South West Sherwood Park Neighborhoods

South East Sherwood Park Neighborhoods

Sherwood Park Recreational Amenities

Trails & Parks

Sherwood Park features numerous trails and parks that offer plenty of green space and natural areas to explore. Strathcona County Regional Trail is one of the best trails in the area, connecting Strathcona Science Provincial Park to Fort Saskatchewan. The trail also includes a new paved system from Yellowhead Trail to Legends Golf Course. Strathcona Science Provincial Park offers access to the North Saskatchewan River valley and spectacular views of the surrounding landscape, including the Edmonton cityscape. The park is also a great place for hiking and biking.

Another park is Broadmoor Lake Park, which features plenty of recreational amenities and trails. The Broadmoor Lake Loop is a 1.6 km looping trail that offers a chance to explore the lake and partake in birdwatching. The park features benches and picnic areas with views of the lake, a playground, a spray park, volleyball courts, 2 sports fields, handball court, shale running track and during winter, a skating pathway. The park also hosts celebrations such as Canada Day, New Year's Eve Celebrations, Celebration of Lights and "Everybody Gets to Play" Play Day.

The Sherwood Park Natural Area is a 68-hectare area that features more trails, wildlife, forestland and wetlands. The trails in the area cut through the historical Old Edmonton Trail, visible by following the old plaques which marked the route. 

Also notable is Strathcona Wilderness Centre, an outdoor adventure centre offering activities such as hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, disc golf, camping, summer camps and lessons for various activities. The centre is located a few minutes to the east in Bennett Lake. Another place worth exploring in the same area is Beaver Hills Biosphere, a nature preserve with a biodiversity trail, where you can explore a variety of wildlife and plant life in a pleasant atmosphere.

Sherwood Park features more parks, spray decks, and playgrounds, scattered throughout the town and accessible by almost all the neighbourhoods.

Sports Amenities

Sherwood Park Arena is home to the city's hockey team, Sherwood Park Crusaders. It features a twin arena, lobby area and meeting rooms. Fitness enthusiasts will enjoy Millennium Place, which features a fitness centre with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, aquatic centre, a 3-lane 235 metres indoor track, gymnasium, twin arenas, leisure ice, fitness studios, field house, indoor playground, and youth lounge.

Glen Allan Recreation Complex is another sports complex that features a fitness centre, arena, whirlpool, sauna, racquet courts, fitness studio, and curling. Other facilities that cater to sports enthusiasts include Broadmoor Arena, Kinsmen Leisure Centre, and Strathcona Athletic Park. 

There are also several parks great for kids. These include Heritage Hills Children's Pump Track and Strathcona County Bike Skills Park.

Sherwood Park Arts and Culture

Festival Place is one of the most popular sports in the city when it comes to entertainment. Opened in 1994, it features an entertainment facility that showcases art, music, plays and dances all year round. You can look up upcoming performances here.

Sherwood Park's Heritage Mile is an open-air museum situated on a street, allowing you to explore landmarks from Strathcona County’s history such as Lord Strathcona, Ottewell homestead, 1920 Smeltzer House Centre for the Arts and Culture, Monument Park, and Smyth Farm, by foot, bicycle or car.

You can also learn more about Strathcona County by visiting Strathcona County Museum and Archives situated south of Sherwood Park, which has numerous exhibits that portray the county’s history. Also popular in the area is Centre in the Park, a community centre home to several yearly cultural activities and events. The centre situated just off Sherwood Drive and features a library, an art gallery, indoor event spaces and outdoor plazas.

Best Restaurants in Sherwood Park

Kobachi Japanese Cuisine serves authentic Japanese delicacies that keep their customers running back for more. Popular dishes include sushi, Hokkaido Uni, sashimi, and the creme brûlée.

Vicky's Bistro | WineBar is a classic spot with great food and drinks. They serve some of the best Mediterranean dishes, seafood and pasta.

Burrito Libre is the best place to try out Mexican food. The dishes are flavorful and made with the freshest ingredients and of course, their tacos are delicious.

Konz is a favourite among the locals for their pizza cones, pressed pizzas, pizza, pasta, ice cream, milkshakes, and donairs. The best part is you can watch the cones being made fresh in front of you.

Sherwood Park House Prices

The average house price in 2021 for a house in Sherwood Park is around $408,000, the lowest price is around $10,000, and the highest price is around $1,200,000.

Sherwood Park Schools

Sherwood Park is a high-density school area where you can expect to find good schools close to your neighbourhood. Schools in the area include Westboro Elementary, Wes Hosford Elementary, Strathcona Christian Academy Elementary, Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary, Sherwood Heights Junior High, Salisbury Composite High, Pine Street Elementary, Out-of-School Learning, K-9, Next Step Senior High, Mills Haven Elementary, Lakeland Ridge (k-9), Heritage Hills Elementary, Glen Allan Elementary, Fultonvale Elementary Junior High, F.R. Haythorne Junior High, École Campbelltown (Preschool/Out of School), Davidson Creek Elementary, Clover Bar Junior High, Brentwood Elementary, and Bev Facey Community High.