Kingsland is an ideal location for Calgarians because of its accessibility. It is bordered to the north by Glenmore Trail, to the south by Heritage Drive, to the east by Macleod Trail, and Elbow Drive to the east. For those opting to use public transportation, the Chinook Station and Heritage Station are nearby.
The neighbourhood was annexed to Calgary in 1956 and established in 1957. For those looking for shops and restaurants, Chinook Centre and Southcentre are just a few minutes drive away. Elbow Drive is also a shopper's paradise.
The Kingsland Community Association is also an active organization that hosts various activities for the town's residents. The community hall can also accommodate various events and gatherings.