Devon Voyager Park to Prospector's Point Trail is a 1.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Devon, Alberta, Canada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
The Town of Devon is the furthest point west in the River Valley Alliance Trail and Park system. The residents of Devon take pride in their community and the North Saskatchewan River plays a vital role in their everyday lives. Devon's Voyageur Park is Devon's newest park area. Located at the end of Saskatchewan Avenue West along the North Saskatchewan River, this area include a boat Launch, picnic tables, gazebo and washroom facilities. Right across the river, you can see and walk to Prospectors Point. Prospectors Point is in Parkland County, another member of the River Valley Alliance. Parkland County is a robust and vibrant municipality, which offers a variety of choices and experiences for residents and visitors alike. The idyllic setting of Parkland County offers country charm with easy access to city amenities. The land for Prospectors Point was donated by Mary Louise Imrie in 1988. Her intention was that the land be used and enjoyed by the people of Alberta. It is managed by the University of Alberta Devonian Botanical Gardens. Joint funding from the River Valley Alliance, Parkland County and the Alberta Lottery Fund worked together to improve the area for the public. Prospectors Point is popular with beachcombers and gold panners alike. The long stretch of river you can walk beside is unique in the river valley. Being able to pan gold in the river is another unique feature not found anywhere else. Come and explore two parks in one quick walk!