Your Ideal New Home Community in Edmonton

With all the hustle and bustle of our ever-growing busy lives, sometimes a retreat into a peaceful sanctuary is all we really need and want. Starling at Big Lake is the solution to that very desire–expertly located off of the Anthony Henday and Ray Gibbon Drive, and neighbouring the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park, the community blends convenience and tranquillity.

The Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park is home to the former Big Lake Natural Area and is recognized as a globally significant Important Bird Area for its abundant and diverse bird populations, especially waterfowl and shorebirds. Much of this wildlife is often found in Starling, as there are two wetlands that sit within the community, separated by a dry creek bed. One of the wetlands features a teaching dock that allows children to connect with nature and learn about local birds and wildlife. Connecting the wetlands with both sides of the community is a pedestrian bridge that is part of the two-kilometre trail network within Starling. Throughout the trails, you will find a playground to stop and play as well as interpretive panels that educate walkers about the wetlands and bioswales. You will find that no home in Starling at Big Lake is more than 200 meters from green space, which connects all homes to the entire Big Lake trail network. You will also find two gazebos along the walking trails within the community as they commemorate the original landowners who sought solace with the spectacular view of the wetlands.

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