Get pampered while camping in the woods at Bridgeview RV Resort, located on the westerly outskirts of Lethbridge, Alberta. A year-round resort located near the banks of the Oldman River, Bridgeview is a family friendly vacation getaway close to the many attractions and activities of Lethbridge. Many nearby golf courses and fishing on the Oldman are some of the possibilities. Bridgeview features a campsite for every camper, including wilderness, treed and non-treed. Feel like you're out in the woods in our Wilderness Area, except with all the comforts you're used to, including fire pits.
Etherington Creek Equestrian Campground is found in Etherington Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 45 km southwest of Longview on Hwy. 541 and 7 km south on Forestry Trunk Road. Sites are spacious and surrounded by trees. There are hitching rails, corrals, and a loading ramp for horses. There are many trails nearby for horseback riding or hiking.
Clear, clean water entices you in for a long swim. Anglers can catch Northern Pike, Walleye or Yellow Perch. The lake is accessed through a boat launch, dock and lovely beach area. The campground has 24 power sites with fire pits and firewood available for purchase Amenities include a camp kitchen, electric water well and fish cleaning stand. $26/Unit/Night power. All reservations begin April 1. Caretakers on site.
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.
The Camper Built For Two package includes a one-night stay at the Calaway RV Park & Campground and 2 one-day passes to Calaway Park. Package cannot be combined with any other coupon, discount, offer, or promotional rate. Reservations based on availability. Not valid during Calgary Stampede, July 6th-16th, 2017.
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.
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.
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.
The Medicine Lodge Fall Roundup is excited to bring family-friendly western entertainment to the Hinton/Edson area for a weekend every September! The weekend kicks off with a short rodeo performance on Friday, September 8th at 4:00 p.m. Camping is encouraged and we invite all spectators to join us for the entire weekend. The full rodeo action takes place on Saturday, September 9th at 2:00 p.m. The best cowboys, cowgirls and rodeo stock in the country will make a final push to qualify (or solidify their positions) for the Canadian Finals Rodeo that takes place at the end of the year. The rodeo is followed by a pig roast dinner and live music around a bonfire where spectators and cowboys alike can relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Sunday is Family Funday in Medicine Lodge! Our spectators and fans are what makes our rodeo so fantastic, and we want to include them in our weekend. Family-friendly events like sheep riding, miniature pony racing and lawnmower racing will happen on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. as a lighthearted way to finish off the weekend. The rodeo grounds offers a concession all weekend long and a dance hall for those wanting to kick up their heels a bit on Saturday night. Take a look through our gift shop for the opportunity to purchase rodeo related items & attire and have a visit with any of our committee members. Free firewood is provided to all campers, and there is running water, washroom facilities and potable water available onsite. The beautiful McLeod River is only a short walk from the grounds and offers peace and tranquility for those wanting to slow things down a little. We look forward to this event and are very excited to share it with new and returning spectators every year! We'll see you in September!
From August 26-27th, 2017, the Town of Fairview shows off as the Heart of the Peace. Visitors from around the area come to check out the weekend full of events. From classic cars and bouncy castles to dancing in the street, this festival has events for all ages to love and get their spirits high.Come celebrate Canada's 150th end of summer with laughter, friends and lots of entertainment. The streets of downtown Fairview will be alive!
Taking place in the picturesque Rocky Mountains, the MS Hike is a great way for those looking to challenge themselves and help us get one step closer to ending MS. This one-day guided hike of Mount Yamnuska is a challenging hike with breathtaking views and beautiful terrain. Taking place on Saturday, September 9, 2017, hikers will be treated to breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as tasty snacks along the route. It will be a beautiful day of excitement, fun and profound accomplishment as you join us in the fight to end MS.Dollars raised by this event goes to funding ground-breaking Canadian MS research. Research that is working to discover the cause, better therapies, and ultimately a cure for MS!