Sherwood Park is a huge village in Alberta, Canada inside Strathcona County that is perceived as a urban administration territory. It is found nearby the City of Edmonton's eastern limit, for the most part south of Highway 16, west of Highway 21 and north of Highway 630. Different segments of Sherwood Park reach out past Yellowhead Trail and Wye Road, while Anthony Henday Drive isolates Refinery Row toward the west from the parity of the villa toward the east.
Sherwood Park was set up in 1955 on farmland of the Smeltzer family, east of Edmonton. With a populace of 70,618 out of 2016, Sherwood Park has enough individuals to be Alberta's seventh biggest city, however it holds the status of a village. The Government of Alberta perceives the Sherwood Park Urban Service Area as equal to a city.
Sherwood Park was established as Campbelltown by John Hook Campbell and John Mitchell in 1953 when the Municipal District of Strathcona No. 83 endorsed their proposed advancement of a room network east of Edmonton. The main homes inside the network were promoted to the general population in 1955. Canada Post interceded on the name of Campbelltown because of the presence of a few different networks in Canada inside a similar name, so the network's name was changed to Sherwood Park in 1956.