Kingsland is outlined by Keewatin Street SW to the west, Heritage Drive SW to the south, Macleod Trail SE to the east and Glenmore Trail to the north. Bel-Aire, Meadowland, Kelvin Grove, Chinook Park, and Fairview are some of the surrounding communities.
Established in 1957, Kingsland had a population in 2012 of 4,513. Home prices are as high as $1M and as low as half of that. New, large homes represent the most expensive options for homebuyers while small bungalows represent the most affordable home styles.
Bus route 79 (Bonaventure Drive/Heritage Drive terminal) and the CTrain line east of Macleod (SB Heritage LRT Station).
Parks & Recreation
The Heritage Park Historical Village is located along Heritage Drive SW not far from the Kingsland community. This amusement attraction, the largest historical one in the entire country, takes visitors back into the history of the area from as recently as 1950 to as long ago as 1860.
Shopping near to Kingsland Park is simple. There are many stores located only a short distance away such as Laurelwood Flowers, Family Chiropractic, Kingsland Shoe Repair, veterinary clinic, Merry Malda, a family dentist, Cobs Bread, Shoppers Drug Mart and the UPS Store, as well as a Starbucks.
Looking for a park in the community? Kingsland Park is available any time to residents, featuring a softball field.
Schools in Kingsland include the Kingsland School, the St Augustine Elementary/Junior High, and the Henry Wise Wood High School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship in Kingsland include the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, the Shepherd King Lutheran Church, and the Beth Tzedec Conservative Congregation.