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Central Alberta Central Alberta

A long, long time ago, this land was covered in ginormous glaciers. After all that ice retreated, it left behind seriously productive farmland. Farmers and ranchers came to define this region of Alberta (and made cowboy hats really popular). ● Cowboy up: Take a horseback trail ride under the skilled guidance of a local ranch hand. Choose from short tours up to multi-day outings, depending how much experience you have in the saddle. ● To do: The Red Deer River isn’t just good for canola crops. It’s a prime body of water for a relaxing summer paddle by kayak or canoe.
Dinosaur Provincial Park

Cowboy Trail

Cowboy Trail

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Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

Red Deer, Alberta
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The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum provides a family friendly interactive experience. Be surprised at what you will discover inside. Have fun, laugh, play together, and discover famous Alberta sports celebrities. Plan your birthday party special events or corporate reception in a unique environment. Fun for all ages!

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Red Deer Arts Council

Red Deer, Alberta

Red Deer Arts Council is a non-profit organization supporting visual, literary, performing arts and arts organizations in Red Deer. Our vision - to be a leader in a dynamic community that celebrates the arts. Our mission - to make Red Deer a better community by stimulating, developing, and promoting the arts through education, advocacy, and programming. We operate the Kiwanis Gallery at Red Deer Public Library (4818 49 Street, Red Deer). Rotating eclectic exhibits features artists working in all media and subject matter, from landscapes to abstracts to 3D. Gallery openings are on the first Friday every month. We also offer on alternate First Friday Red Deer, when the visual artist has had an exhibit opening, either a performance (dance, comics, music) or a literary reading featuring our wonderful, talented local folk. A great date night for everyone. Most galleries around the downtown core are open as well. Check our website to see the changing exhibits and performances. Free event.

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Fort Normandeau

Red Deer, Alberta
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Visit the place where Red Deer began. The Fort marks the place where First Nations and Metis people, along with European settlers, came together at the only place to safely cross the Red Deer River in the 1870s. We are open from the May long weekend until Thanksgiving in October. Come for a picnic, a program, an event, or to get your hands dirty in our heritage garden. Please call 403-346-2010 during the off-season and we'll be happy to help you out.

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Pursuit Adventures - Rockies Snowshoeing

Red Deer, Alberta

Winter in Alberta is pure magic: crisp temperatures, the crunch of snow underfoot and plenty of bluebird days. Head out with your guide this winter for a fun day playing in the snow, exploring the area and making great memories. Join a small group tour on your own or with a few friends, book a private tour or create a custom adventure.

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Pursuit Adventures

Red Deer, Alberta

Find your adventure in Central Alberta, from the badlands to the incredible ice bubbles of Abraham Lake. Head out for an evening snowshoe adventure in Red Deer, paired with local craft beer and gourmet wings, explore the West Country on a guided hike or ride the ski bus to the mountains.Join a small group tour on your own or with a few friends, book a private tour or let us plan you own custom group adventure.

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Heritage Ranch

Red Deer, Alberta
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About Us Heritage Ranch is a locally owned and operated business. Our fully licensed restaurant the WestLake Grill combined with the central location (easily accessible from both the QE2 and the city of Red Deer) makes us the ideal meeting place.

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