This large campground is found in William A. Switzer Provincial Park, 3 km west of Hinton on Hwy. 16 and 19 km north on Hwy. 40. Sites are suitable for both RVs and tents, including unserviced, powered, power/water, and pull-through options. Most sites are surrounded by mature trees for privacy, with one loop located right next to Gregg Lake. There are playgrounds, a boat launch, dock and swimming area. This campground also has showers, interpretive programs, hiking and biking trails, and a small campground store. Within the park there is a Visitor Centre, beaches, power boating opportunities, and additional trails in close driving distance.
Two O'clock Creek Campground is found in the Kootenay Plains Provincial Recreation Area, 67 km west of Nordegg on Hwy. 11. This scenic campground offers both unserviced sites suitable for RVs and walk-in sites. Most sites are found in open grassland, with a few found next to Two O'clock Creek. There are many activities available in the surrounding area, including fishing, hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking.
This campground is found in Jackfish Lake Provincial Recreation Area. It is a small campground, with just a few campsites are nestled in the forest by the lake. There is a boat launch and a pier, and OHV trails nearby. Please keep OHVs on trailers in the recreation area.
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.
Join other women having fun while learning to winter camp. We will cover what to pack, how to stay warm, and animal safety. This is for the adventurous. Camping near a hut, we'll have a backup if it's too cold. After all, it's a learning experience, not a suffer fest.
We offer wilderness horseback rides in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Tours are available by the day, hour, or week. Our horses are safe and experienced, our guides skilled and personable, and our scenery spectacular. Experience genuine western hospitality with our family run outfit. No experience necessary. Open 7 days/week.
Extraordinary Riding Adventures in Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies. Banff Trail Riders offers a range of exciting horseback excursions from hourly trail rides to multi day backcountry pack trips. All all ages and abilities welcome. Saddle up for a scenic trail ride along the Bow River. Dig in to a delicious barbeque lunch at an authentic cowboy cookout and front country cabin. Hit the trails for an overnight horseback adventure and sleep in a backcountry lodge. Or, take a horse drawn sleigh ride through a magical winter wonderland. We'd love to have you join us one day!
Since the early 1900s the Brewster family has shared their love of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies with visitors from around the world. As the oldest outfitting company in Alberta, Brewster Adventures offers a unique and knowledgeable perspective on Banff National Park. Embark on a backcountry adventure and ride the historic Horse Drive trail to the Brewster Company Ranch featuring rustic log cabin accommodaitons . Attend a famous Western BBQ and Barn Dance. Marvel at the spectacular scenery on a trail ride to a famed mountain tea house, or winter sleigh ride along the shores of Lake Louise.
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.
Slave Lake Poker Run, now into its 7th year, has grown to a great community event that draws people from all over Northern Alberta to enjoy the outdoors. Hosted by Slave Lake Snow & Mud Association, the event features challenging trails through forest and muskeg, door prizes, children's buried treasure fun, 50/50 draw, concession, and free BBQ hotdogs at midpoint on the trail. Participants buy wristbands which enable them to draw five cards along the trail. Points are awarded and highest total score wins. Family friendly fun, with campgrounds nearby. Registration is 9 - noon. Prizes are awarded at 4 p.m.