Frequently Asked Questions

Please contact us if you have any questions.

780-515-1754

  • Can I bring alcohol or cannabis with me?

    The consumption and transportation of alcohol and drugs is both prohibited and illegal. We reserve the right to refuse service if we suspect intoxication or you are caught in possession of liquor or drugs.

  • What do I do if I am hurt/lost on the trails?

    Call 911. Your cell phone can be pinged and Search and Rescue will be able to direct you or they will be able to come to your aid.

    We do not employ a Search and Rescue team.

  • How long are the trails?

    We have approximately 2.5 km of groomed snowshoe trails and 2 km of walking trails. The length of time to complete any of the trails the total depends on how fast you can walk with the snowshoes on.

    All trails lead back to the parking lot.

  • Is snowshoeing safe?

    When paying close attention to your surroundings, and following our strict safety guidelines, snowshoeing can be one of the safest — and most enjoyable — experiences.

  • What type of payments do you accept?

    We Currently Accept CASH ONLY for the Winter Months

  • Are picnics allowed on the PRT grounds?

    Yes. We do have picnic tables for you to enjoy a picnic before or after your float. Portable BBQs are also allowed on-site for cooking, but as mentioned earlier, we do not allow campfires for cooking.

  • Are there bathrooms available on the PRT grounds?

    Yes, there are 2 outdoor Port-A-Pottie bathrooms open and available on the property for the winter.

  • Do you charge for parking and using your walking trails?

    Our parking lot is currently available at no charge from October 1 to April 30.

  • Is there camping available?

    No, we do not allow camping on-site. Additionally, we do not allow campfires on-site. You can bring your propane BBQ if you wish to have hot food though.

  • Can I bring my pet?

    Yes, at your own risk. ‍

    Additionally, please do not leave your pet in your car when you leave. We have a policy that if a pet is left unattended in the parking lot or vehicle, police are called and the animal is put into protective custody.

  • Can I have Alcohol or Drugs in the Picnic Area.

    The consumption and transportation of alcohol and drugs is both prohibited and illegal at this site. We are not an AGLC Consumption Approved Site. We reserve the right to refuse service and we will ask you to leave if we suspect intoxication or you are caught in possession of liquor or drugs.