Sulphur Gates Campground in located in Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreation Area, 5 km north and 7 km west of Grande Cache off Hwy. 40. There are sites suitable for both tents, RV's, equestrian users and backpackers going into Willmore Wilderness Park. Hitching rails, corrals and loading ramps are available. A short trail leads to lookout platfomrs with spectacular views of the Sulphur River canyon and the Smoky RIver.
We offer an attractive setting for groups, families and individuals. All of our sites include fire pits and picnic tables. We have 33 fully serviced RV sites (power/water/sewer), 10 partially serviced sites (power/water) and many un-serviced and group tenting sites. Free wireless Internet, washrooms, showers and coin laundry are maintained around the clock.
Emerson Bridge Park Campground boasts 49 - 15/30 amp power stalls, 9 non-power sites, and an overflow area. Most of our sites are double occupancy so you can be as close as you want to be to family and friends. Emerson boasts access to free showers and flush toilets, as well as biffies in the outlying areas. Entertainment for the whole family includes beach volleyball, horseshoe pits, camp kitchen, ball diamond, playground, canoe launch, and hiking (some trails, some self-exploring). Emerson has a concession operated by a third party for those items we all simply forget.
Camp in comfort. Cook bannock and trapper’s tea over a fire. Immerse yourself in the lifestyle of the fur trade. Camping fee includes a Fur Trade Camp Kit: bison hide, period cooking kit and utensils, blow tube and flint/steel fire-starting kit, bannock mix, trapper’s tea, spices, oil and soap.
$400 and up. Experience a multi-day trail ride in David Thompson country in west-central Alberta. Several dates and packages available. Includes: tent/tipi accommodations and meals.
This trip will be a combination of wild camping and simple accommodation. It includes a Honda CB500X, insurance (no travel insurance), food, fuel, accommodation, camping gear, expedition supplies, and support truck (where necessary). Includes airport transfers upon request.
The Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies is a non-profit organization celebrating 94 years of taking people from all over the world into the back country of Canada's majestic mountain National Parks. Their four, five and six-day rides include spectacular scenery, sure-footed mountain horses, great food, comfortable tent and teepee accommodations, hot showers, professional guides and live entertainment. Previous riders have said that it will be, the best vacation of your life. Join us in Waterton Lakes National Park, a world UNESCO site. All inclusive; for beginners and advanced riders. Many guests return year after year.
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.
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.
Voyageurs Rendezvous is a Canada 150 Signature Event celebrating Canada's history - the fur trade, the voyageurs and the 1967 Centennial Canoe Race. Pancake Breakfast and Sprint Race June 30, 2017, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Meet and Greet alumni from the 1967 Centennial Canoe Race. Living legends reminisce and tell stories of their epic 104-day, 5,283 km adventure. Fifty years ago, the canoers set off from this site to eventually land in Montreal and set a Guinness record that still stands for the longest canoe race in history. Meet the athletes who will be taking part in the 2017 canoe race and watch them prepare with short-sprint races along the North Saskatchewan River. Sprint races start at 11:00 a.m. At 2:00 p.m. the 1967 Time Capsule will be opened for the first time followed by live music in the afternoon. Voyageurs Rendezvous: Race Launch & Canada Day July 1st, 2017. Join in for the Opening Ceremonies at 7:45 a.m. as the Voyageurs Rendezvous racers begin their 23-day adventure to The Pas, Manitoba. The race begins at 9:00 a.m. The race launch will be followed by Canada Day celebrations including live music and a spectacular evening fireworks display.
No Greater Love Music Festival is quickly establishing the reputation as being the ultimate faith festival experience. It’s all about unity and community. Thousands coming together at the foot of the majestic Canadian Rockies that is now being dubbed one of the most spectacular festival backdrops in North America. Hosted on the lands of the Stoney Nakoda Nation, recognized as 'Mother Nature’s Movie Set' where Hollywood blockbusters like The Revenant, Legends of The Fall and Shanghai Noon were filmed. It’s the perfect setting for a one-of-a-kind festival experience.
The Blueberry Bluegrass and Country Music Festival, located in Stony Plain Alberta, just west of Edmonton, is one of Western Canada's largest festivals. Some of the biggest names in country and bluegrass have graced this festivals stage. Such as: Marty Stuart, Rhonda Vincent & the Rage, Del McCoury, Bill Monroe, Jimmy Martin, Claire Lynch and many others including some fine local talent.