A bright path awaits, and it’s just outside your door.
Princes Island Estates’ central location makes it ideal to access this extensive pathway system. Whether you choose to run, walk, or bike, living in Prince’s Island Estates will be sure to accommodate both professionals and active outdoor enthusiasts alike.
The Bow River pathway system provides an important contribution to the economic viability of Calgary’s downtown core. The system facilitates thousands of commuters and residents on route to special events or a casual stroll along the Bow River. It weaves as far north as the Bearspaw Dam, and South down to the Fish Creek Provincial Park.
The bridge was built by The City of Calgary to connect the southern Bow River pathway and Downtown Calgary with the northern Bow River pathway and the community of Sunnyside. This connection helps to accommodate the increasing number of people commuting to and from work and those enjoying Calgary’s pathways.
The Peace Bridge is conveniently located approximately 5 minutes West (by foot) from Prince’s Island Estates.
This park is a great place to escape the downtown pace, you’ll see a lot of people enjoying lunch breaks. Several festivals and events are also held here each year.