This unique spot is found in Kleskun Hill Natural Area, 30 km northeast of Grande Prairie on Hwy. 43. Camp in the northernmost badlands area in Alberta and discover the plants and wildlife of the northern grasslands. There is a collection of historical buildings here, as well as a playground and showers. Explore the surrounding walking trails and look out for cactus!
This campground is found in Tay River Provincial Recreation Area, 16 km southwest of Caroline on Hwy. 591. Sites are suited to both RVs and tents. Most are in an open grassy field, with a few choice sites by the river. The Tay River is good for fishing. There are OHV and horse trails nearby. Horses are not permitted in the campground and OHVs must be on trailers while in the recreation area.
Located just minutes from the Village of Lake Louise on the Bow Valley Parkway this bright, open campground offers spectacular mountain and night time sky views. Many of the sites have fireboxes for cooking, giving campers a more traditional camping experience.
All guests at Peace River Cabins and Outdoors in May and June will receive a voucher for 10% off in the gift store. Minimum $25 purchase. Get an original souvenir, or a special gift from the Peace Country to remember your stay. Rates $69 (wall tents) & up.
Book Rocky Mountain House camping now for summer. Camp in comfort. Cook bannock and trapper’s tea over a fire. Immerse yourself in the lifestyle of the fur trade. Includes Fur Trade Camp Kit: bison hide, period cooking kit, flint/steel fire-starting kit, bannock mix, trapper’s tea, spices, oil and soap.
Stay in the heart of the most magical places. Find fossils. Explore badlands. Hike the Rockies. Alberta’s great outdoors were made for camping. Experience tent camping, RV camping or glamping in Alberta provincial parks. Reserve your space now! Midweek dates available, weekends limited.
Experience your inner cowboy/cowgirl while exploring the backcountry of the majestic Canadian Rockies! After 94 years of leading beginners and seasoned riders from all over the world into the spectacular backcountry, The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies (TRCR) know how to give you a dream vacation… and that “hidden gem” you been looking for? Well,...you just found it! The TRCR is a not-for-profit club of enthusiasts who enjoy taking new guests out to explore these majestic mountains with the comforts of home, and will host six, six-day professionally guided trail rides this summer. The breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains awakens the adventurist in all of us of what many believe is the most beautiful scenery in the world. This "walk in the park" is like no other you will ever experience. Unlike most backcountry horseback trips, the Trail Riders set up a main base camp and, at the end of each day on the trail, return for "happy hour," a hot home cooked dinner, and some much-needed shut-eye in the cozy tents and Indian-style teepees complete with cots and mattresses. The rustic wilderness camp has a hot shower, hot washing water, separate washing areas for cowboys and cowgirls, and a large dining tent for their 4-star meals. Expect the evening to include any combination of: camp fire singing, cowboy poetry, square dancing, story telling, educational talks, skits and live western music! If you can stand a week of this fun and frivolity, you will become a member of this historic and western cultural society. Horse experience is not essential as this is a "dude operation" and over 50% of the riders are +50, and 70% are women! Put it this way; if there ever was a quintessential, "bucket-list" Western Canadian trip, this is it! Check out their 5-star ratings with Trip Advisor and testimonial videos on their homepage. This year the TRCR celebrates 95 years of history and western cowboy culture in the Canadian Rockies. The TRCR (since 1923) is “Canada's original trail ride.....”
We focus on offering exceptional hiking experiences that take clients off the beaten path into the backcountry. Our guides are locals who will teach guests about the natural and human history of the area while helping guests learn the art of travelling in the wild. We keep our groups sizes small, which helps create an intimate experience and lasting memories for our guests.
Guided safari style wilderness camping throughout western Canada with custom 4X4 vehicles and expedition trailers and safari camping gear. Remote wilderness camping in the Rocky Mountains, camping in pristine wilderness areas where clients can go horse back riding, river rafting, hiking mountain trails, fishing or just relaxing by the campfire enjoying the scenery, wildlife and clean mountain air. Overland expedition tours to destinations customized for the clients. Visit historical sites, cultural events, farmers markets and shopping. Camping in the remote Bighorn Wilderness, learn bush craft from local trappers and mountain men. Self Drive camping equipment rentals.
We welcome everyone to come and participate in the 15th Annual Peace River Pow Wow on June 2 & 3, 2017. We have free camping, no open fires though and it is free to attend Pow Wow daily. We have Authentic Indigenous Crafts made on Turtle Island. Grande Entries are Saturday at 1 pm and 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm. We will celebrate our Aboriginal Graduates on Sunday June 3 at 3 pm presenting them with Eagle Feathers, Certificate from MLA and Honor Dance. We have the best Indigenous Food Vendors in Alberta attending the Pow Wow from neckbones to bannock burgers we got the whole experience.
The biggest annual event to hit Three Hills as Cruise Weekend comes to town. Hundreds of cars and thousands of spectators will take over Western Canada's Cruise Capital for the three day event that falls the first weekend of June each year. This year’s celebrity guest is Brett “Big Schwag” Wagner of Monster Garage, Pass Time, Sons of Anarchy and NCIS Los Angeles. Brett will be there to take in the full three day event. An autograph booth will be located on Main Street during the huge Show and Shine. Start your day by filling up with a Hearty Cruise Day Breakfast Saturday at the Knox United Church. The Show ‘N Shine will start lining up at 8 am. Check out the vendors at the west end of Main Street and keep cool and well fed by supporting the food booths and local venues. This annual Show ‘n Shine is hosted by the Three Hills Street Freaks and features between 800 and 1500 vehicles annually! The Three Hills Airport will, once again be the scene for the 1/8 mile Bracket Racing. There will be Tech and Time trials runs, as well as racing, and racing under lights! All street legal vehicles are welcome.
Blueberry Bluegrass Festival is more than a 3-day music festival - it's an event. Bring your family, meet up with your friends. Check out the great lineup of international and regional bands presented on the outdoor stage and two indoor stages. Set up your RV, camper or tent right on the festival site where you are no more than 3 minutes from a stage. Bring your guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, fiddle or bass cause you are sure to find a jam in one of the tents set up for jamming. If you don't jam, pull up a chair and listen. Make something and take it home from the craft area or pick up a fun prize after trying your hand at one of the lawn games. Take a break and meet up with friends in the hospitality tent or catch a wagon ride over to the Pioneer Museum where there's home cooking, films, a scavenger hunt, workshops and a stage. Food vendors are on hand to keep you fed and you will have a chance to shop and visit with the retails vendors. The Country Dances, with live bands, start up each night, the perfect way to end an exciting day. Check out Blueberry, there is something for everyone.