Imrie Prospector's Point

Background

View from side of hill at river with trees lining each side

Edmonton's first woman architect, Mary Louise Imrie, donated this land along the North Saskatchewan River to the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation in 1988. Her intention was that the land be used and enjoyed by the people of Alberta. The site will be undergoing upgrades to the trail system in Summer 2015 in partnership with Parkland County and the River Valley Alliance. These upgrades will create a more accessible trail, with rest and waste facilities, access to the Prospector’s Point staging area down below and connections that will eventually lead south to the Town of Devon and north to the Devonian Botanic Gardens. While upgrades are occurring, the site will be closed.

Driving Directions From Edmonton

  1. Head West to Highway 60 (toward Devon).
  2. Turn South on Highway 60 and then turn East at Graminia Road (Township Road 511).
  3. Go for approximately 1.5 km (1 mile) and turn South for 0.5 km (¼ mile) on Range Road 262.
  4. Park the vehicle and walk to the Northeast part of property. There is a multi-use trail that runs through the property.

Property Information

The land manager for this property is:

Please stay on main trail only and follow the guidelines below when accessing this property.

Foot access only sign No camping sign No fires sign No hunting sign

The legal land description for Imrie Prospector's Point is:

  • Pt. Subdivision 7 and 8 of SE 3-51-26-W4
  • 36.18 acres/14.62 hectares

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Updated: Jun 13, 2017