Fish Creek Park is a common place stop situated in the southern piece of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is the second biggest urban stop in Canada after Pippy Park in St. John's and one of the biggest urban stops in North America, extending 19 km from east to west. At 13.48 km, it is more than three times the span of Vancouver's Stanley Park. The development of Calgary has left the recreation center verged on all sides by the city. It is likewise verged on the west by the domain of the Tsuu T'ina Nation, a First Nation. Fish Creek streams along the length of the recreation center and joins the Bow River at the east side of the recreation center. Fish Creek stop used to traverse the width of the city however Calgary has developed past the edges of the recreation center.