The beauty of this newly developed community is the first thing many potential buyers notice about Harvest Ridge, but upon a closer look, it is easy to see that the abundance of amenities is what truly sets this development apart!
Look in any direction, and you will notice that residents here have easy access to all the features, which transform the neighbourhood into a community of conveniences. With a 13-acre play field (including baseball field and 2 soccer fields), children’s playgrounds, walking trails and a portion of the Atim Creek natural area all within the community, the great outdoors is moments away in this family-friendly neighbourhood. Within a 15-minute stroll, you have access to shopping, restaurants, the TransAlta Tri-Leisure Centre, the Fuhr Sports Park, and the Border Paving Athletic Centre: a newly opened multi-use facility that will become the center of community recreation and leisure in Spruce Grove. In addition, scheduled for completion in 2017, is a 40,000 square foot, three-storey medical office building located south in the Tri-Village Centre. Supporting the community, Harvest Ridge is a proud sponsor of the TransAlta Tri-Leisure Centre and the Fuhr Sports Park.
Living in Harvest Ridge also means that your children can choose to walk to the existing St. Peter the Apostle Catholic High School, or the Living Waters Christian Academy (K-9) located at the corner of Jennifer Heil Way and Grove Drive. For our residents with growing families, there is also a K-9 Public School located adjacent Harvest Ridge and across Grove Drive, scheduled for opening in fall of 2018.
One of the most engaging features of our community is its proximity to Atim Creek. Part of the Atim Creek environmental reserve area runs along the west side of Harvest Ridge to the City boundary connecting to the existing 126-acre Atim Creek Alberta Conservation Site NW of Harvest Ridge and future addition to the natural area to the northwest, west and southwest of Harvest Ridge around the Atim Creek corridor according to the currently approved plans for future development in these areas (lands privately owned by others). Here you can spot white-tailed deer, grouse, and many types of songbirds. Atim Creek’s protected areas are a pristine natural area for both wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
With all this at your fingertips, Harvest Ridge remains a community deeply connected to nature, balanced with the modern-day comforts and amenities we rely on.