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Camping Summer Outdoor Activities

Camping is quintessentially Albertan. Everything (coffee, bacon, beer, bad ghost stories) is way better around a campfire. ● Your call: Pick your favourite vista (mountains, foothills, Badlands, forest) and there’s a campground or RV park there for you. ● Come unprepared: No tent? No problem. Equipped camping in national parks comes with all the basics. Comfort camping, or glamping, (found around the province) is like a hotel room in the great outdoors, complete with heaters and real beds. ● So Alberta: Book a guided multi-day canoe and horseback camping trip. You’ll follow the same routes once travelled by whiskey traders and the police who chased them.

Whitehorse Wildland Provincial Park | Forrest Mankins

Drumheller golf course

Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club in Drumheller


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Camp 'n Class RV Park

Stony Plain, Alberta
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State of the art RV park in the heart of Stony Plain, just 20 minutes west of Edmonton. With 77 fully serviced year round sites available. Big rig friendly! Generous sized sites with patio. WiFi, Cable, and coin laundry onsite. Online reservations available. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Well behaved pets welcome, off leash dog run on site. Walking/Biking access into the Town of Stony Plain from RV Park. New hall built on site and available for rental.

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Village of Bawlf Jubilee Park

Bawlf, Alberta

Located on the east edge of the village, beside the baseball diamonds, in Jubilee Park. Entrances are along Railway Avenue on the north side of the road. 12 power sites and a limited number of additional sites. Washrooms, sani-dump, and potable water available.

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Alberta's National Parks

Spend a week or more exploring the spectacular national parks in Alberta

Offered By: Worldwide Motorhoming Holidays

Expires: 2019-03-22
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Roaming the Rockies Holiday

Roam freely in the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains with your home on wheels. Let your senses take you on a journey like no other.

Offered By: Canadian Affair

Expires: 2018-10-01
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Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies

Calgary, Alberta
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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, 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.....”

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Red Deer, Alberta offers guided wilderness adventures in west central Alberta in beautiful forest areas and with the majestic Rocky Mountains as a backdrop. We specialize in ATV, quad and Side by side adventures that are often paired with a camping experience (tenting, RV or Cabin). We are passionate about the outdoors and love to share these world-class activities. Come join us for an adventure that will be unforgettable and make a memory in the outdoors with your closest friends. No experience required! Our guides are skilled enough to adapt the tour to different skill levels of rider by alternating trails, speeds and techniques. Tours are booked in advance. No service at listed address. Call 403-554-2682 or visit for more information. Tours operate near Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg.

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Mukwah Rafting Tours

Sundre, Alberta
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The true Alberta experience! Wild horses, wildlife, mountains, and rivers; things you need to see for yourself from our vantage point. No crowds and lots of room to roam. Whitewater Rafting (two or four hours and a float trip daytime or nighttime) through the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies. Other amenities we offer are a guided hike, camping cabins, camping, BBQ, Sauna, hot showers, and camp games. We also offer Calgary's only guided river experience, right through downtown on the Bow River.

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Water Valley Celtic Festival

Water Valley, Alberta
2018-06-23 To 2018-06-23 MST

The 20th Annual Water Valley Celtic Festival on June 23, 2018 runs from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. A lively and totally unique experience. Just one hour northwest of Calgary takes you to another world. Spend the day immersed in traditional music at this one-day Celtic festival. You will find performances in over 10 different venues including the historic church, schoolhouse and on an old-time general store porch, all in the picturesque community of Water Valley. There are approximately 80 Celtic performances involving over 200 performers. Like the festival that happens in Feakle, Co. Clare, Ireland, which was the inspiration for this festival’s founder Dave Settles, visitors can expect traditional singers, dancers, storytelling, Irish choir music, fiddlers, Celtic quartets, harps, guitars and much more!

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Come By the Hills Music Festival

Wainwright, Alberta
2018-08-17 To 2018-08-18 MST

The Come By the Hills Music Festival is a unique, family friendly festival that features a wide variety of talented and award-winning artists under an amazing prairie sky. Located at the picturesque Mistahiya Retreat Centre between Vermilion and Wainwright, this former ski hill is the perfect venue to experience live music in a relaxed and friendly environment. This festival offers all the amenities of larger folk festivals, such as on-site camping, food vendors, beer/beverage tent, and top quality talent, but without the high ticket prices or long lines. The event organizers are committed to creating an intimate, laid back environment that showcases folk and country performers that shine under the open skies. The festival features a covered seating area, so attendees are comfortable no matter what the weather might bring. Day and weekend passes go on sale annually on May 15th and are available online.

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Summer Celebration

Three Hills, Alberta
2018-07-07 To 2018-07-08 MST

The 2018 Three Hills Summer Celebration Parade is a festive display of community spirit hosted by the Three Hills & District Chamber. Colourful themed floats parade their way up Main Street past sidewalks crowded with spectators to Anderson Park, then further on to Golden Hills Lodge: community groups and businesses, area fire departments and emergency responders, bicycle riders, marching bands, clowns, buskers, horses and riders, agricultural equipment and much more! Kids and adults throng Anderson Park after the parade for lunch and refreshments at the concession, face painting, entertainment, bouncy air inflatables, carnival games with prizes galore. In the event of inclement weather, all the Anderson Park festivities move to the Three Hills Curling Rink. Stop by for a pancake breakfast before hand, a sandwich and pie lunch at Knox United, and non stop fun!

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