Prospectors Point Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Parkland County, Alberta, Canada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Pan for gold or go beach-combing in Prospectors Point Prospectors Point is in Parkland County provides residents and tourists with a great beach area in which to enjoy the North Saskatchewan River. From beautiful rolling hills to the incredibly scenic river valleys, Parkland County has something for every outdoor enthusiast. The Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary - which boasts elevated walkways & lookouts to allow you to experience birds and wildlife in their natural environment. The Devonian Botanic Gardens - with over 10,000 species of plants showcased, this 80 acre site includes nature trails, ecological & wetlands reserves and the awe-inspiring Kurimoto Japanese Gardens. You drive directly into Prospectors Point parking lot and you are only steps from the water. This is one of the few spots in the entire river valley system where you can walk along the riverside. It is very peaceful and serene in the valley in the mornings. It is also a favourite spot to find gold panners working the river valley looking for those flakes of gold. The river offers unlimited opportunities to hike, fish, canoe or simply relax and enjoy the scenery. This amazing river covers almost our entire southern boundary and is one of the true "Gems" of Parkland County. Come for a visit.
New trail that can be hiked or biked from top to bottom or button to top. Can't wait until the connection to Devonian Gardens, hopefully this year. Steep sections coming out of the river.