18-hole, par 72 golf course. High quality, friendly staff. Fully stocked pro shop. Power carts and club rentals available. Friendly front 9 to warm up your game followed by a challenging back 9, requiring precision and thought right off the tee. Wrap up your round with a quality meal from our fully licensed lounge.
This family-owned 27-hole golf course is just 5-minutes west of Fort Saskatchewan and has a pro shop, practice facilities and a licensed clubhouse.
Located at the eastern edge of Whitecourt just off of Hwy 43, the Forest Interpretive Centre and Visitor Centre are open year-round. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are always available to assist you and your family. Enjoy the multimedia gallery that explores and explains the role of the forest. See our new meteorite display or heritage building outside. Amenities include: a Visitor Information Centre, public washrooms, free WiFi, meeting rooms, sani-dump station, outdoor picnic area, playground and walking trails.
At Peace River Cabins and Outdoors, all accommodation is located on the banks of the Peace River. Choose from full service cabins, a large river-view house suite, or more rustic wall tents. On-site canoe and kayak rentals are available, as well as guided trips and group facilities. Open May to October. Visit the website for more information.
Looking for Edmonton Airport hotels? Look no further than the Holiday Inn Express Hotel Edmonton International Airport, located in Nisku. Complimentary Shuttle Service to and from the Edmonton International Airport.
The Garden Season Pass is valid for admission for one year from date of purchase during regular open season. Family rate includes 2 adults & children, 17 and under, named on pass. Season passes may be purchased at the gate during open hours, or online throughout the year.
Fully serviced trailer/RV sites are available. Backdoor access to hiking trails, horse rides and Grande Cache Lake is 0.5 km away. A perfect location to access all that Grande Cache has to offer.
This popular event ignites the festive season with thousands of candles along the paths of the Kurimoto Japanese Garden in a breathtaking display. Take a stroll through the candle-lit pathways, sipping hot apple cider beside the bonfires, admiring ice sculptures, and listening to the seasonal sounds of a cappella singers.
Nature Alive is a multifaceted family-run business offering numerous levels of survival courses, bushcraft courses, and outdoor education workshops, as well as guided canoe trips, guided winter camping trips, National and Provincial canoe certifications, recreational drum circle facilitation and Djembe instruction, all managed by our certified and experienced staff and partners. Our one of a kind trips and courses take you through the limitless forests and waterways of Alberta, Canada. Our passion is to offer you a way to immerse yourself into exuberant whole living through exciting and invigorating courses, workshops, and community events.
Whether you are a single traveller or come as a group, Hinton Trek & Trail adventure can be as diverse as the Hinton landscape. From the rugged peaks to the undulating valley and from high energy activities to more relaxing pastimes. On the edge of the Northern Rocky Mountains, the characteristics of the land define Hinton and it's distinct regions; the mountains and lakes of Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland, Whitehorse Wildland and Willmore Wilderness Park, the rolling countryside of the William A. Switzer Provincial Park and the foothills along the Athabasca River Valley. The areas connect seamlessly to create breathtaking scenery and rich heritage for you to explore and enjoy. Hinton is a fantastic base to explore everything on the edge of National Park and beyond. Whether you stay for just a day or a week or more, there is a richness of discoveries with Hinton Trek & Trail that you could only have imagined. We open for tour holidays from May 20th (weather permitting) until mid-October. From October to May some restrictions apply due to closures with seasonal changes. Winter Tours start from mid-November weather permitting and continue until the snow melts. Walking Tours, Historical Tours, Eco-Tours, Trail Rides, River Adventures, Zip-lining. Hiking or Walking Trails. Wildlife Tours. Fishing Tours. Winter - Cross Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing, Snowshoeing, Ice Skating and Fishing. Barbecues, Picnics and Afternoon Tea. Stargazing and Golfing. Need collecting from the airport, we can do that for you or need help finding accommodation - we can steer you in the right direction.
Welcome to HRA. We are a fully guided tour company providing daily raft trips on the Historic Athabasca River for everyone from toddlers to seniors. You start and finish your adventure at High Calibre Sports in Hinton, AB. Tours are 3 hours total duration with 2 hours on the water. This river is one of Canada's heritage passageways and has some of the best scenic viewpoints in the area. Our tours include all transportation and safety gear. Book your tour today 780 223-TOUR!
Spooky Saturday awaits. The ghosts come out as the lights are dimmed at the Strathcona County Museum. Enjoy Halloween activities with your family and friends and try out your costumes early. $5/person, ages 2 & under free. Tickets at the door. Cash only. Flashlights recommended. Free parking. Wheelchair accessible.
A delightful annual event showcasing the beautiful porcelain pottery created by Pottery by Heather and the work of her many talented artisan friends. Alongside Heather's line of functional pottery you will find jewelry, local jams, fudge and candy, various woolen knits and weaving, metal and willow sculptures, stained glass, clay houses, paintings, hand cut fractal snowflakes, purses and scarves and healthy dog treats. Everything you will need to check off your Christmas list.
One part folk, one part rock, with a pinch of gospel and a dash of growl, Vancouver's Lion Bear Fox boasts acoustic guitars bookended by buzzing electrics and screaming keys. All of this, anchored by rich percussion and thrilling harmonies. With a name that is derived from a connection with their 'spirit animals' this trio has a sound that harkens back to an era when the song was paramount. Described as 'a musical force of nature' that's sure to 'be around for a lifetime', Christopher Arruda, Cory Woodward, and Ryan McMahon were known initially for their solo careers but they joined forces in 2012 and soon after released their debut Lion Bear Fox CD. They've been touring relentlessly since then, making appearances at Canadian Music Week, the Mission Folk Festival, and The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, and sharing stages with artists like Tom Wilson, Good For Grapes, Elliot Brood, and Kim Mitchell.