Our regular hours run Monday to Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., in the summer we are open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Museum consists of vintage vehicles and twelve outbuildings containing several unique artifacts from all areas of life. Some of the buildings featured are Charlie Orford Cabin, Avery and Ida Winchell Homestead House, a church, school, pole shed, farmhouse, flour mill, sawmill, blacksmith, Reed House, and Spirit Valley Hall. The Museum was founded in 1918 by Mr. and Mrs. Imes to showcase the vibrant history of the Spirit River Area.
A unique Boutique in the heart of down town Slave Lake, with a distinctive collection of ladies dresses, tops, pants, jackets, footwear and plenty of other accessories. Home decor and gift wear adds some elegance and class to homes, cabins and work-spaces. A range of elegant women's clothing and designer fashions - an excellent mix of affordable everyday clothing and exclusive designer clothes and footwear. A definitive women's clothing boutique and a truly enjoyable shopping experience. Shopping for clothes and gifts here will never be a chore. Essential oils, teas, fudge. Lots of variety.
Look down. Way down. The Beaver River Trestle, at one kilometer long and 60 metres high, is a highlight of the Iron Horse Trail. It is accessible from Cold Lake via three km of the multi-use Trail. Or you can drive to the west end by turning north off Highway 28 at the Y Road and parking at the trail access point. The 300 km Iron Horse Trail connects many of the area’s natural gems and tourist attractions. ATVers use the Iron Horse Trail to access countless kilometres of backcountry trails and cutlines that weave through the region’s rugged terrain.
Located just forty-five minutes North of Edmonton tucked away in the Tawatinaw Valley, Pine Valley Resort is your getaway from the city. With a unique venue location and lodging just steps away, our knowledgeable staff can help take care of the details so you can focus on enjoying your retreat, event, or wedding.
We have all the amenities you could ask for and offer a comfortable oasis in this vast part of northern Alberta. Our knowledgeable staff can help you on your way whether you are just on the road or if you've come to do some sight seeing. We know you will enjoy your stay here.
Located at the corner of Sherwood Drive & Lakeland Drive. Close to Yellowhead Trail, Anthony Henday Drive, Millennium Place and Festival Place. Tim Hortons next door. Spacious Queen, Double Queen and One-Bedroom guest suites all include fully-equipped kitchens with full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, plates and utensils. Laminate flooring and granite countertops. Shaw HDTV, Shaw WiFi, complimentary Daybreak Café breakfast each morning, fitness centre, guest laundry, business centre, meeting rooms. Pet rooms available.
Two hour guided horseback ride. Flower filled meadows, mountain vistas and views looking down on Grande Cache and Peavine Lakes are just part of your trip. Winding back through aspen and spruce/pine forests, your ride will end back at our barn.
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.
Take that special someone on a date to remember at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden. Date Nights occur periodically and include Improv Comedy Night, Bon Festival, Sneak Peak Tours and Movie Night. Prices vary, see website for details.
Our summer guided paddling trips include all food, gear, and shuttling. Most are suitable for beginner paddlers. Join our scheduled excursions into the Peace River wilderness, or ask about a custom one day trip for a leisurely taste of paddling. Lots of campfire camaraderie, skill building, and photography opportunities await. Ask us about our airport shuttle service.
Tour Operator for guided active-, family- and adventure tours as well as luxury tour packages for small groups from the Rockies to Vancouver Island
Jasper Scenic Helicopter tours in the Rockies and surrounding area.
This remarkable concert is a melding of two incredible tribute shows: Barracuda - The Essential Tribute to Heart and All Fired Up - The Pat Benatar Experience. Hailing from Vancouver, Barracuda perform the music of Heart with style, presence, and a true passion for the songs that have become beloved classics to fans worldwide. It is no wonder Heart founding member and guitar player Roger Fisher endorses them! The two leads Donna Caruk (Almost Ann) and Brenda Kashmir (Nearly Nancy) have electric chemistry on stage as they sing Heart's classic hits: 'Magic Man', 'Straight On', 'Heartless', and, of course, 'Barracuda'. Backing the ladies are four seasoned musicians with a dedication to detail and a rock-solid delivery.All Fired Up is an exact and precise tribute to the iconic singer Pat Benatar and her partner Neil Geraldo who have been rock n' roll mainstays for over 40 years. Donna Caruk has been singing Benatar's songs for 30 years. Not only does she nail the vocals she also has the stage presence dialed in as she performs such classic songs as 'Hit Me with Your Best Shot', 'Heartbreaker', 'Love is a Battlefield', and 'Treat Me Right'.
End of The Rainbow is a true account of Judy Garland’s twilight years; an all-too-mortal goddess on the eve of her destruction. Every chapter of Judy’s history is alive; she is funny, foul-mouthed, flirtatious, erotic, childlike, unedited, manipulative, and supremely self-conscious. And then…she sings! Adult Content: Age 14+.
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.