Locally owned and operated, the Ridgeport Inn takes pride in its customer service, cleanliness, accommodating rooms and amenities, and sensible rates. There are 78 rooms available with full kitchenettes including rooms with whellchair accessibility. Continental breakfast are available daily .
Ol' MacDonald's is a family destination campground/R.V. Resort on the south shore of Buffalo Lake in central Alberta near Stettler. Lots for kids and adults ...clean sandy beach indoor mini golf playgrounds. cafe arcade stores coffee shop. Reservations recommended but overflow area available. Events include a Country Music Festival in September. www.olmacdonalds.com
Open from April to October with longer term winter leases available. Our facilities are rustic but include all modern conveniences. Each lodge is fully self-contained with private kitchens, wash rooms, and outdoor hot tubs. In total the lodge has sixteen bed rooms, five of which are doubles. There are also six sofa hide-a-beds. Great for family reunions, corporate getaways, women's retreats, and camping. Group facilities include BBQs, fire pits, 100-seat tent, open air kitchen, stage, and sound system.
Head out on a fat bike with 4.5″ wide tires, to visit a frozen waterfall! Experience a new way to play in the winter, silly smiles guaranteed! This tour requires biking experience but you don’t need to be an expert. This is the perfect introduction to winter's newest sport.
A wild west double-header that needs two days to experience! This package includes: a Main Level afternoon Rodeo ticket for 1 day, a Balcony Evening Show ticket on a different day, souvenir Program for both events, two WestJet Sky Ride tickets, a cowboy hat and tote bag of additional discounts.
Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, families are sure to delight in their journey to the North Pole, complete with hot chocolate and cookies served aboard the train. Once at the North Pole, Santa will board and present the first gift of Christmas! Valid on select dates.
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame’s new exhibit in honour of Terry Fox is open from July-December, 2016. Inducted in 1981, he is a universally recognized Canadian hero. During his Marathon of Hope, his goal was to raise awareness for cancer research and $1 for every Canadian at the time. Learn about Terry's triumphs, struggles and the impact his foundation has made globally. Artefacts on display include the shoe he dipped into the Atlantic Ocean to begin his journey, his shirt and shorts, and iconic photos. Be inspired by a Canadian who dared to dream big and help others!
The annual SnowDays Festival is the highlight of the winter season in Banff and Lake Louise. A month-long celebration held during January and February, the festival features a variety of events, shows, and activities that combine history, culture and winter adventure.
Christmas comes early to our Gift Shop! Stop by the Park between Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 23rd to check out our winter items and take home that perfect gift or holiday decoration. Be sure to visit early for the best selection and a warm cup of cider.