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Camping Summer Outdoor Activities

Listen to the birdsong and the gurgling of a nearby stream as you awaken from a restful sleep in the great outdoors. Poke your sleepy head out and breathe in the fresh scent of the forest. There’s something else on the breeze – pancakes, bacon, coffee and campfire. Camping is a quintessential Canadian tradition. You can camp almost anywhere in Alberta, from tenting in the backcountry to full-service campsites. Stay in a teepee or a trapper’s tent or try comfort camping, where everything is ready for you on arrival. Or hit the road in a recreational vehicle – bring your own or rent one here.

Riding with the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies

Jeanne Barsanti Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies

Six days in the saddle with the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies turned out to be a dream vacation for Jeanne Barsanti from Georgia U.S.A. Joined by five friends, she ventured out to Waterton Lakes National Park.

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Camping Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Camping in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

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Pine Lake Campground, Wood Buffalo National Park

Peace Point, Alberta

Located just minutes from the majestic aquamarine-coloured Pine Lake, this campground is perfect for anyone needing space for tents and small RVs. This campground offers flush toilets, but no hook-ups are available. It is close to hiking trails, a boat launch and beach. Weekly programming is offered during the summer season.

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Castle Mountain

Banff, Alberta

Located half-way between the Town of Banff and the Village of Lake Louise on the Bow Valley Parkway (Hwy 1A), this campground is small and intimate and offers rustic, no-service camping in a beautiful wooded area. Campers, who must self-register for sites suitable for tents or small RVs up to 7 metres long, can enjoy nearby attractions such as Silverton Falls and Johnston Canyon.

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Dinosaur Trail RV Resort

Drumheller, Alberta

Located 11 km west of Drumheller, Alberta, on North Dinosaur Trail, we are home to the world's largest dinosaur. Attractions also include the Royal Tyrell dinosaur museum and a historic coal mine. Activities in the area also include golf, biking, hiking and fishing. A family-friendly resort with a distinctly dinosaur twist, Dinosaur Trail has amenities for all ages, including a heated pool, a large green space with horseshoe pitch and dinosaur-themed Frisbee golf, a recreation hall, canoe and raft hire and much more.

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Tours

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Brewster Adventures

Banff, Alberta
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Since the early 1900s the Brewster family has shared their love of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies with visitors from around the world. As the oldest outfitting company in Alberta, Brewster Adventures offers a unique and knowledgeable perspective on Banff National Park. Embark on a backcountry adventure and ride the historic Horse Drive trail to the Brewster Company Ranch. Attend a famous Western BBQ and Barn Dance. Or, admire the spectacular scenery on a trail ride or winter sleigh ride in Lake Louise.

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Mukwah Rafting Tours

Sundre, Alberta
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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.

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Canadian Skyline Adventures

Jasper, Alberta
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We focus on offering exceptional hiking experiences that take clients off the beaten path into the backcountry. Our guides are locals who will teach guests about the natural and human history of the area while helping them learn the art of travelling in the wild. We keep our groups sizes small, which helps create an intimate experience and lasting memories for our guests.

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