Harvest Hills, Calgary is a desirable family community thatís located in the northeast quadrant of the city. Established in 1990, Harvest Hills is a
residential area that was developed around Harvest Hills Lake. It is also home to the 9-hole Harvest Hills golf course, which is located in the northeast
corner of the neighborhood. The community has a population of around 7,455 residents.
Harvest Hills, Calgary is conveniently located near major roadways and the Calgary International Airport. The neighborhood is bounded by Deerfoot Trail
to the east, Beddington Trail to the south, Country Hills Boulevard to the north and Harvest Hills Boulevard to the west. At the time of writing, LRT
extensions to the area are planned.
Harvest Hills is set in Nose Creek Valley in north-central Calgary. Only 6.2% of the housing in Harvest Hills is made up of condominiums, townhomes, or
apartments, and 4.6% of the housing is used for renting. The area has an attractive selection of modern family homes that are nestled around the
Harvest Hills Lake and Harvest Hills golf course. Harvest Hills is a fairly affluent neighborhood with prices ranging from the high 200s to the high 400s.
There are numerous shopping venues and restaurants, as well as a theatre, near Harvest Hills, Calgary. To pick up day-to-day necessities, residents of
Harvest Hills can head to the Harvest Hills strip mall. Nearby Country Hills Town Centre and Beddington Town Centre are appropriate for larger shopping
There are several public and separate schools in and around Harvest Hills, Calgary. Schools that serve the community include Harvest Hills Elementary,
Coventry Hills Elementary, and Panorama Hills Elementary.
Parks and Recreation
There are a vast number of recreational amenities available in Harvest Hills, Calgary, including the Harvest Hills Lake, an 18-acre lake that is popular for
boating in the summer and skating in the winter. Residents of Harvest Hills can also walk and cycle on the east-west pathway system that runs through
the community. Other places where Harvest Hillsí residents can enjoy leisurely pursuits include Nose Creek, West Nose Creek, and Cardel Place
Recreation Centre. The latter features two skating rinks, three gymnasiums, a climbing wall, an aquatic complex, a climbing wall, and a workout area.
The centre also houses the Calgary Public Library. In nearby Panorama, there are two historical sites, the Reverend George McDougall Cairn and the
John A. Lewis Rock Quarry.
Harvest Hills, Calgary is served by the Northern Hills Community Association, which also serves the communities of Coventry Hills, Country Hills Estates,
Panorama Hills Estates, Country Hills, and Panorama Hills. The association organizes sporting programs, as well as a blockwatch program and a
community garden. Their future plans include the introduction of a community farmerís market and the construction of two outdoor ice rinks in the area.