Chinook Park homes range in price from $800k to $1.5M, and beyond. Established in 1959 the community had a population of 1,707 as of 2012. 589 homes make up the community, meaning it’s one of the smaller ones in Calgary. The borders of the community are comprised of 14th Street SW to the west, Heritage Drive SW to the south and Elbow Drive SW to the east, as well as 75th Avenue to the north. The Mayfair Nursing Home is located in the southwest corner of the community.
Bus route 79 serves the Chinook Park community, with a station at the intersection of Heritage Drive SE and Bonaventure Drive.
Parks & Recreation
Chinook Park is located in the middle of the community; it is a great and convenient medium-sized park for residents. When residents want to venture out, the Kelvin Grove Park nearby is much larger. Kingsland Park and Elbow Park are also located only a short distance away. Looking to connect with Calgary’s history? Well, you can do it like never before at the Heritage Park Historical Village, the largest living historic village in the entire country!
Schools that serve Chinook Park include Bishop Grandin High School, Woodman Junior High School and the Haysboro School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship include St. Gerard’s Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Calgary Korean Baptist Church, and Shepherd the King Lutheran Church.