Lorelei-Beaumaris community is bordered by 97th Street to the East and 113 A Street to the West, and is bordered by 153 Avenue to the South and 167 Avenue to the North. With access to major thoroughfares it can be a quick drive to many parts of the city including downtown. Our community contains a mix of single-family dwellings, town homes, low-rise apartments, duplexes and condominiums. We have several small commercial areas with many businesses to serve our residents including grocery stores, eye care, dental care, fast food, sit down restaurants, medical care, hair salons, fitness centres and more. We are across the street from the Castle Downs Recreation Centre and the YMCA. We have two elementary schools (Lorelei and Bishop Savaryn) and one junior high school (Mary Butterworth) within our boundaries, and the Castle Downs branch of the Edmonton Public Library is located at Lakeside Landing.
Lake Beaumaris is found in the Southwestern part of our Lorelei-Beaumaris Community League and is truly a gem of nature and recreation. The lake was built in 1977 and was the first storm water lake built in Edmonton. We now see many community developments built around storm water lakes but Lake Beaumaris offers so much because of its size and maturity. Lake Beaumaris has a perimeter path that is approximately 4 km around and is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Some of the activities enjoyed by residents and visitors include: walking, bicycling, jogging, photography, geocaching, birding, picnicking, nature study, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. It is a great place to go for a quick run or to spend a few hours in a good book listening to the many species of birds.