Experience culture & history in this traditionally Icelandic hamlet. The Creamery museum is housed in the original historic building, built in 1902, and offers guided tours of commercial butter production set in 1932. Afterwards, relax in the courtyard, enjoy Icelandic delights or your favourite ice cream. Explore the hamlet on an interpretive historic walk of the business sector, discover 2 more historic sites and enjoy the beautiful gardens. You’ll agree this is Central Alberta’s hidden gem!
Step into this time-travelling classroom and learn about the founding, settlement and development of the Town of Didsbury, dating all the way back to the late 1800's. Discover historical collections of photos, books, newspapers and more of the people, buildings and events that built the foundation of Didsbury.
Located in the heart of central Alberta, Ellis Bird Farm is both a working farm as well as a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Mountain Bluebirds, Tree Swallows and other native cavity-nesting birds. Drop-in visitors and tour groups are welcome at Ellis Bird Farm.
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.
Frontier Lodge is a Christian Outdoor Adventure Centre located on a beautiful lake in the Rockies of Alberta, Canada. A wide variety of outdoor programs are offered ranging from mountain biking, rock climbing, whitewater canoeing, caving, rappelling and hiking in the summer to ice climbing, snowshoeing and survival training in the winter. In addition to annual summer camps, Frontier Lodge is open year-round as a retreat/conference center. Directions: Frontier Lodge is located 5km west of Nordegg (1 hr driving time, west of Rocky Mountain House, AB) on Highway #11. Turn south following the signs to Frontier Lodge (same entrance as Fish Lake) and follow road to the end.
Lock in special savings just by booking early and purchasing your stay in advance. Includes free high speed Wifi, a free deluxe hot buffet breakfast and free parking.
Golf & Stay package from $89 per person, based on double occupancy. This package includes 18 holes of golf for two people and overnight accommodation at participating hotels. The hotel will contact the golf course to book your tee time, based on availability at time of reservation.
Add a little hoppy, frothy goodness to your stay as you are taken on a journey through Edmonton’s thriving craft beer scene. Discover how passionate tap pullers and a thirst for good beer quickly evolved into a local liquid obsession. Open year round. Mention "TravelAlberta" to secure discount.
Welcome to Homeplace Ranch - Horse Awareness, Day Riding and Riding Lessons. From trail rides to lessons and horse awareness programs, Homeplace Ranch offers something for everyone. Since 1974, Mac Makenny, a passionate horseman, has owned and operated the Homeplace Ranch, offering his special attention during day rides, lessons, and horse awareness opportunities. We are looking forward to another great season in 2018.
Stay overnight in an Outwest Cabin or come for the day and enjoy a day ride. This working ranch near Caroline offers horseback riding, pack trips, horsemanship clinics, kids' camps and fly fishing clinics.
Operating since 1988. Ram Rides, Ram River Tours, will guide your experience into the Ram River Watershed on horseback, packtrip or wagon. Trailrides, flyfishing excursions and horsemanship clinics. Kids & Horses Camps and group activities. Come experience Alberta's great outdoors, the Ram - your way - with us. Directions: West from Rocky Mountain House on Hwy #11 to Forestry Trunk Rd., #734. Approx. 90 kms. South onto #734 (40) 30kms to North Ram Valley. 1 km to Ram Rides base camp. Watch for Ram River Tours Signs.
Succulent, stylish and sophisticated, Savor celebrates as a premier wine, scotch, beer and food event. Whether you are a tasting enthusiast, newcomer to the world of fine beverages, or just want to experience one of the most entertaining events of the year, Savor has something to offer everyone. At this multi-sensory event, guests will savor the world’s finest from our town’s best merchants, expertly paired with the succulent culinary creations of Vermilion’s most celebrated culinary experts. Learn the techniques of enjoying and selecting exquisite tastes. No minors allowed.
Get your spook on at the Innisfail & District Historical Village. Ghosts and goblins abound, treats for the kids, fun for all ages. Wear your best alien costume because you may have to do battle with the Red Deer Stags.
The Bailey Theatre presents:Red Dirt Skinners. A genre-busting husband-wife duo, continue to make musical waves. Having no tie to any particular genre means that the Red Dirt Skinners sound is instantly recognizable. With male and female harmonies blending together as one voice and Sarah’s trademark soprano saxophone solos, you will be swept along by the refreshingly different approach to an evening of music making with this husband and wife duo. Tickets $25 at the Bailey Box Office or online.