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Police Point Park, Medicine Hat

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  • I have walked, biked, painted, photographed and enjoyed this inner city park for many years. It has loads of interest to offer to all people, all ages and is easily accessible for everyone!  more »
  • I saw this for the first time in deep winter, minus 50 degrees, the river was frozen, with stem rising. Snow everywhere, it was magical  more »
  • Great Park to walk beside the river. I was in April when everything was dry due to winter and now in December with snow. It has several trails and you can find animals. At the entrance there's a gift shop with stuffed animals for sale and where you can get the map of the trails. This map has the design of nailed that identify what the animal. It's fun to get heavy.
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  • Beautiful, varied environment with wildlife. The staff at the interpretive centre were welcoming and very kind. The facilities were clean and stocked. Everyone on the paths greeted me. There was always something new to see.
  • This is Medicine Hat's greatest natural park. I come here all the time. There's nature walks, Cultural activities at Easter, winter walks, you can rent cross country skis here. I highly recommend coming here if you love nature.
  • Beautiful park. It's huge with a nice trail along the river
  • Great place for a walk. Paths are well maintained.
  • Great area to go for a walk and are wild life. Go there often to take pictures. Staff at the information centre are always friendly and help full.