Experience Guide | Tourism Medicine Hat
Police Point Park Named because it was once the location of a Northwest Mounted Police outpost, the park is now a great place to surround yourself in nature in Medicine Hat. Kilometres of trails wind through cottonwood forests and sagebrush. Some of the older cottonwood trees are thought to be between 200 and 300 years old. The Nature Centre at Police Point Park Knowledgeable interpreters offer fun and informative scheduled programs in the park and are ready to answer any questions you may have about the area. Each winter, the designated cross-country ski trail offers a unique perspective of the park. Skis, boots, poles, and snowshoes are available to rent from the Nature Centre, as well as GPS units to go on a hunt for geocaches. natureline.info | 403.529.6225 | 1001 Police Point Dr. NE
Deer in the Parks Deer are resilient and adaptable animals who’ve lived in Medicine Hat for thousands of years. Two types are found in the City: Mule (white tail with a black tip) and White Tail (brown and white tail). Deer can run up to 50 km/h and jump up to 10 feet.
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