Getting Back to Nature
Riverlot 56, a provincially-managed natural area, is located in Sturgeon County adjacent to St. Albert’s Kingwood Day Use Area. Enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter or spend some time hiking and bird watching during the warmer weather months. On-leash dogs are permitted in the natural area.
Riverlot 56 Activities
- Cross-Country Skiing: There is approximately 8 km of groomed cross-country ski trails in the Riverlot 56 Natural Area.
- Hiking: There's a self-guided interpretive walking trail.
- Wildlife Viewing: Species include deer, moose, coyote, snowshoe hare, muskrat and beaver.
How do I get there?
Head northeast on Sir Winston Churchill Avenue and turn right onto Poundmaker Road. There is a small parking lot located just off Poundmaker Road (marked A on map below).
Last edited: January 29, 2020