Be entranced by the greenery in Silver Springs contrasted by the turquoise Bow River, which borders this neighbourhood to the south. The community also provides a refreshing view of the Rocky Mountains. With these many sights, being in Silver Springs is almost like living in paradise.
Silver Springs was developed between 1972 and 1980. It is accessible via major roads including Crowchild Trail, which borders the neighbourhood to the north, Sarcee Trail to the east, and Nose Hill Drive to the west.
One of the major attractions in Silver Springs is a part of the Bowmont Natural Area, which borders the neighbourhood to the south as this is along the stretch of Bow River. Locals call that border The Ravine or The Gully. This is where residents unwind and bond together.