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Want to feel super Canadian? Travel further north than most humans ever get by exploring northern Alberta. Get your bearings in the wilderness with a guided backcountry ATV tour. Even the sky isn’t the limit in northern Alberta. It’s home to the planet’s largest dark-sky preserve and a festival celebrating the Aurora Borealis. ● Backcountry: Holy solitude. Find yourself enveloped by rugged nature and you might be able to imagine what fur traders and First Nations hunters felt here many years ago. ● Camping: Just because you’re up north doesn’t mean you can’t camp on a white sand beach. Why hello, Lesser Slave Lake. 
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Clay Risen from the New York Times writes about the sudden popularity of all kinds of whiskey on both sides of the Canadian-American border that is driving a rapid expansion among Canadian distillers. Clay speaks to Davin de Kergommeaux, a whiskey writer in Ottawa, about the change in the spirit industry in Canada.

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Central Alberta Camping

Whitehorse Wildland Provincial Park | Forrest Mankins

Horseback Riding Peace River

Peace River | Jeff Bartlett

Unlike when settlers headed north into the Peace River country in the early 1900's, today it is possible to get adventurous in the Peace region with relative ease. Explore with camping, river travel, by motorcycle, by air, and on horseback.

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Nampa and District Museum

Nampa, Alberta
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Located in Nampa, the museum is open year-round to meet all of your travelling needs. We provide free WiFi, a small gift shop with locally made products, a public phone, and both indoor and outdoor exhibits showcasing our proud history. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can help provide you with information on the area and our current museum exhibits.

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Multicultural Heritage Centre

Stony Plain, Alberta

The Multicultural Heritage Centre in Stony Plain is a living museum which reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and more. The Centre is comprised of two historic buildings, the Old Brick School built in 1925 and the Oppertshauser House Built in 1910. The Multicultural Heritage Centre Public Art Gallery is located on the main floor is the only public art gallery located in rural Alberta. Through regularly changing exhibits the gallery promotes local and Alberta artists. Guided mural tours are also offered of Stony Plain’s 36 life-sized murals celebrating the area’s heritage. Experienced tour guides share anecdotes, stories and historical information about the renowned murals and places of historic interest on a leisurely stroll, bus or horse and wagon ride. After your tour, indulge in a hearty home-cooked meal at the on-site restaurant. And, be sure to leave room for dessert as their famous pies will not disappoint.

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Broadmoor Public Golf Course

Sherwood Park, Alberta
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Originally developed in 1961, The Broadmoor is an 18 hole public golf course located in the heart of Sherwood Park. The Clubhouse features a full service restaurant and theProShop offers an extensive selection of products and services to help you improve your game.

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Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park Comfort Camping

Lac La Biche, Alberta

Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park comfort camping is on Long Island. Their cabins range from 450 sq ft - 680 sq ft. There are 15 cabins and 2 tipi comfort camping sites. Units #1-5 are open all year, but have no running water after Thanksgiving weekend. However a shower/bathroom facility is located on site and is open year-round. Units #6-15 have 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom with toilet, sink and shower with potable running water year round. There is a maximum capacity of 8 people per cabin. The tipis have 4 single raised platform beds that have access to a private full-serviced bathroom, and a full-serviced enclosed cook-house, BBQ, and outdoor firepit.

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Grand Rapids Wilderness Adventures

Athabasca, Alberta

Visit one of Alberta's most remote back country lodges. Spend four days and three nights in this wilderness paradise. Our cozy log cabins have comfortable beds, wood stoves, a sitting area and covered front decks. The lodge has a central dining area, screened in deck, washrooms, showers, solar power, internet, a central fire pit and more. Accessible by water only. Pricing includes boat transportation to and from the lodge a distance of over 200 kilometers, and all meals. Listen to the sounds of nature, hike, paddle, fish. View dark skies, photograph wildlife. Visit historical sites and spectacular natural attractions.

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Canadian Bighorn Resort

La Corey, Alberta

Canadian Bighorn Resort is nestled in northeastern Alberta in the Lakeland Region surrounded by beautiful boreal forest. It focuses on providing guests an uplifting, customizable wilderness experience. Canadian Bighorn Resort enables guests to escape the stresses and pressure of everyday life by bringing them closer to nature and encouraging an experience filled with fun, adventure and rejuvenation. This multifaceted Resort combines several components to create a truly remarkable opportunity experience something unique. Canadian Bighorn Resort includes: exotic Bighorn Sheep Ranch, Rustic Cabin Rentals, Luxury Glamping Domes (summer 2018), an RV Park (2019), and will offer a diverse range of activities and excursions for guests. Like you, the Resort cares about making the world a better place and focuses on both environmental sustainability and improving people’s lives through a wilderness escape. The Hospitality and Service is designed to elevate your experience and ensure you keep coming back. Canadian Bighorn Resort is your personalize Wilderness Escape!

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Monthly RV Camping Offers in Peace River

Full service sites with free WiFi. Roomy back-in or pull-through stalls. 24/7 shower house and laundry facility. Picnic tables and fire pits available. On-site convenience store and tourism information. Propane and firewood available on site.

Expires: 2019-07-18
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Tuesday Night Ski Special

Riding at Rabbit Hill Snow Resort has never been more affordable. Rabbit Hill created the Tuesday night special to make it easier for everyone to enjoy the great sports of skiing and snowboarding. You can purchase a lift ticket, ski or snowboard rental for just $8 each!

Expires: 2019-03-15
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Weekly RV Camping Offers in Peace River

Full service RV sites available for weekly stays. Back in or pull through stalls. 24/7 clean restrooms and showers and 24/7 modern laundry facility. Picnic tables and fire pits available upon request. Convenience store, tourism information and tours on-site.

Expires: 2019-07-17
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Métis Crossing Nature Preserve

Smoky Lake, Alberta

Explore the boreal forest along the North Saskatchewan River. The Métis Crossing Nature preserve is dedicated to preserving local flora and fauna along the river. Follow the marked interpretive trails to gain an understanding of the indigenous relationship with the land. The site is located on original Métis Riverlots from 1863 and contains unique natural features that will deepen your understanding of the Métis and the origins of Canada.

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Cap'n Ronn Charters

Cold Lake, Alberta

Cap'n Ronn Charters offers sightseeing cruises on beautiful Cold Lake for up to eight guests aboard a 25' Princecraft pontoon boat. Experience the thrill of the north with the convenience of being able to drive to and enjoy cruising and sightseeing on one of the most scenic lakes in Alberta. Your courteous and professional tour guide Ronn Cooper, owner of Cap'n Ronn Charters offers you a variety of tours at reasonable rates. Cruise the lake to view it's majestic wilderness, visit a secluded beach, cruise the city shoreline to get a unique view of the lakeshore homes and businesses. A sunset cruise can be spectacular and is an experience to be remembered. If you enjoy wildlife Cold Lake is home to a wide variety of birds including pelicans, bald eagles, cormorants, loons and various species of ducks, many of which can be seen during a cruise. Enjoy your stay in the City of Cold Lake and to make it a memorable experience book your customized dream tour today with Cap'n Ronn Charters.

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5K Foam Fest - Leduc July 6, 2019

Leduc, Alberta
2019-07-06 To 2019-07-06 MST

The 5K Foam Fest is a one of kind Obstacle Course based fun run in support of Make A Wish Canada. Join us for 22+ obstacles including the world's largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 MILLION cubic feet of foam! Rock out all day to 12,000 watts of awesome music, enjoy a FREE kids zone for kids 7 and under, delicious food, great vendors and beer gardens. With a variety obstacles and a ton of foam the run is an exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike. The 5K Foam Fest is not a hardcore run it is a FUNCORE run. GET FILTHY CLEAN!

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Mystical Community Gatherings

Stony Plain, Alberta
2018-09-16 To 2018-09-16 MST | Show All Dates

Mystical Stone is pleased to invite you all to its Mystical Community Gatherings. This is a FREE public event that welcomes all the community of Stony Plain and surrounding areas. One Sunday a month Mystical Stone will open its doors from 11:00AM – 5:00PM to welcome everyone who is interested in learning more about wellness and the mystical way of living. Get inspired! Stop by and meet the wonderful people who are gathering to share their gift with you.At the Mystical Community Gatherings you will find products, services, and information regarding: body mind and spirit, crystals, essential oils, spiritual healers, psychic readers, artisans, jewelry, yoga and meditation and more!

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The Legend of George Jones featuring Duane Steele

Slave Lake, Alberta
2018-11-03 To 2018-11-03 MST

The Legend Of George Jones, featuring Duane Steele is A Stand-Alone Concert Offered Separately From The "Concert Series." Be part of a special tribute to the man considered to be the greatest country singer of all time - George Jones. In a career that lasted more than 50 years, “the Possum” evolved from a young honky-tonker to a music icon as he recorded more than 150 albums and became the symbol of traditional country music. Playing George is multi-award winning artist, Duane Steele who has released five studio albums and one greatest hits album, and has charted multiple singles on the Canadian country singles charts, including the Number One hit “Anita Got Married”. If you're a country music fan, and even if you're not, this will be a show to remember. Presented by Stage North Association.Tickets online at or at Slave Lake outlets. Adults advance tickets are $40 and Seniors are $35. $5.00 more at the door. Food service provided by Greg Gramiak and Back to the Basics catering. Come early for supper. Show starts at 7:30 at the Legacy Centre.

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