Sunset over the Selkirk Lift Bridge with a sign reading Queen's Park June 2, 1953 Remora Lodge 26 in the background

Queens Park is located off the Selkirk Bridge and Eveline Avenue. If you’re looking a pleasant view, of the Red River visit this park where you’ll find peace and solitude.

Queens park was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth during Selkirk’s Coronation Day festivities on June 2, 1953. The first event that day was the planting of a tree by the mayor Steve Oliver.

Read more about Queens Park history on the Selkirk Museum

Park Amenities

  • Benches
  • Gardens
  • Rotary Peace Pole

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