Most people start packing when rainclouds roll in to Dinosaur Provincial Park, but rainy days are perhaps even better than fair weather for touring. Photographers especially will find these tips useful!
Alberta’s got lovely weather, but 75 million years ago, the Badlands were a subtropical paradise. We’re talking palm trees, enormous ferns and humidity. The only things stopping it from being a prime spot for sipping cocktails out of coconuts were the lack of homo sapiens and all the enormous reptiles. Today, the provincial park is ripe for active exploration.
Locally owned and operated, Silverado Country is a clothing and boot store in the heart of the prairies. It carries a wide variety of Western clothing and décor.
Designed for both the amateur and professional, the Brooks Skateboard Park boasts an incredible set of concrete slopes that offer a challenge for all enthusiasts.
Come experience the beauty of the prairies at The Brooks Golf Club. The 18-hole course is located right in the city, making it quick and easy to access. The Brooks Golf Club gives you a natural prairie golf experience where the public is always welcome. The club also has a golf academy, and a restaurant and lounge known for its prime rib Fridays.
Trebled Life guided fishing trips are a great experience for the whole family! Whether you are a professional fisherman or just getting started, the guides at Trebled Life will give you an enjoyable day on the water. Specializing in pike, walleye and whitefish, both full-day and half-day guided fishing trips are offered. Experience the thrill of catching trophy fish on beautiful Lake Newell, where many clients have caught their fish of a lifetime!