This campground is found in Fish Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 6 km west of Nordegg on Hwy. 11 and 2 km south on an access road. Note that Fish Lake is also referred to as Shunda Lake. There are over 100 sites, including power, unserviced, waterfront and pull-through sites. Sites are spacious and most are surrounded by trees. You may canoe or boat using an electric motor on the beautiful foothill lake, which is stocked with rainbow trout. There is hiking, mountain biking, swimming, and access to OHV trails in the area. Please keep OHVs on trailers in the recreation area.
We are a relatively new RV Park, designed to accommodate larger units. Our sites have power, water and sewer. There is lots of room for any number of slide-outs. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit for relaxing on a warm summer evening.
Five fully serviced RV sites of various size from 21' to 40', nestled in a Poplar and Spruce forest. Each site has a wooden deck and picnic table. Enjoy 2 acres of lush gardens, a stream and fish pond. Enjoy your morning coffee on the boardwalk and deck down at the lake. Take a rental canoes for a spin on a private lake, with an island cabin for a rest stop. Hiking and biking trails are available on 166 acres of private land with maps to guide you.
Extraordinary Riding Adventures in Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies. Banff Trail Riders offers a range of exciting horseback excursions from hourly trail rides to multi day backcountry pack trips. All all ages and abilities welcome. Saddle up for a scenic trail ride along the Bow River. Dig in to a delicious barbeque lunch at an authentic cowboy cookout and front country cabin. Hit the trails for an overnight horseback adventure and sleep in a backcountry lodge. Or, take a horse drawn sleigh ride through a magical winter wonderland. We'd love to have you join us one day!
Ever wanted to explore Alberta's Back-country? Come and explore with Chungo Creek Outfitters. We offer all forms of guided services. from fishing tours and hourly trail rides to overnight back-country camping and Rustic Cabin rentals in Alberta's pristine forested Outdoors.
The true Alberta experience! Wild horses, wildlife, mountains, and rivers; things you need to see for yourself from our vantage point. No crowds and lots of room to roam. Whitewater Rafting (two or four hours and a float trip daytime or nighttime) through the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies. Other amenities we offer are a guided hike, camping cabins, camping, BBQ, Sauna, hot showers, and camp games. We also offer Calgary's only guided river experience, right through downtown on the Bow River.
The Come By the Hills Music Festival is a unique, family friendly festival that features a wide variety of talented and award-winning artists under an amazing prairie sky. Located at the picturesque Mistahiya Retreat Centre between Vermilion and Wainwright, this former ski hill is the perfect venue to experience live music in a relaxed and friendly environment. This festival offers all the amenities of larger folk festivals, such as on-site camping, food vendors, beer/beverage tent, and top quality talent, but without the high ticket prices or long lines. The event organizers are committed to creating an intimate, laid back environment that showcases folk and country performers that shine under the open skies. The festival features a covered seating area, so attendees are comfortable no matter what the weather might bring. Day and weekend passes go on sale annually on May 15th and are available online.
The 2018 Three Hills Summer Celebration Parade is a festive display of community spirit hosted by the Three Hills & District Chamber. Colourful themed floats parade their way up Main Street past sidewalks crowded with spectators to Anderson Park, then further on to Golden Hills Lodge: community groups and businesses, area fire departments and emergency responders, bicycle riders, marching bands, clowns, buskers, horses and riders, agricultural equipment and much more! Kids and adults throng Anderson Park after the parade for lunch and refreshments at the concession, face painting, entertainment, bouncy air inflatables, carnival games with prizes galore. In the event of inclement weather, all the Anderson Park festivities move to the Three Hills Curling Rink. Stop by for a pancake breakfast before hand, a sandwich and pie lunch at Knox United, and non stop fun!
Blueberry Bluegrass Festival is more than a 3-day music festival - it's an event. Bring your family, meet up with your friends. Check out the great lineup of international and regional bands presented on the outdoor stage and two indoor stages. Set up your RV, camper or tent right on the festival site where you are no more than 3 minutes from a stage. Bring your guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, fiddle or bass cause you are sure to find a jam in one of the tents set up for jamming. If you don't jam, pull up a chair and listen. Make something and take it home from the craft area or pick up a fun prize after trying your hand at one of the lawn games. Take a break and meet up with friends in the hospitality tent or catch a wagon ride over to the Pioneer Museum where there's home cooking, films, a scavenger hunt, workshops and a stage. Food vendors are on hand to keep you fed and you will have a chance to shop and visit with the retails vendors. The Country Dances, with live bands, start up each night, the perfect way to end an exciting day. Check out Blueberry, there is something for everyone.