|Direct flight to Edmonton||3 h 25 min|
|Direct flight to Calgary||3 h 10 min|
The Lodge at Panther River is a family owned and operated wilderness resort which opened in 1979. The love, passion, and hard work that has been put into this serene destination over the years shines through on the grounds right through to the staff. The gorgeous and unique lodge is where family and friends come to gather. With a gorgeous wood burning fireplace it is the perfect place to put your feet up and take it all in. Each authentic charming log cabin has its own covered veranda to sit back and watch the world go by. Our log cabins are perfect for your family getaway. Each cabin has a different bed layout with a large three-piece ensuite bathroom, satellite TV, and Wifi. Cabins can accommodate up to four guests comfortably.
For those seeking a remote getaway from the norm, Sundance Lodge is the perfect retreat. Powered by solar power and kept warm by wood heat, this cozy lodge adds a touch of home to the backcountry. The lodge has 10 sleeping rooms, a large country kitchen, and a cozy living room area where you can curl up by the wood burning fireplace. And after a day spent hiking or skiing in the fresh mountain air, you’ll appreciate the hot showers!Mealtime is always an event. You’ll delight in hearty, home-cooked meals and fresh-from-the-oven baked goods.
A 45-60 minute program where guests will meet two wolfdog packs inside enclosures, getting the chance to interact and learn all about them. Guests will also get the opportunity to view the other animals that also reside at the Sanctuary. Advanced reservations required.
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Purchase your 2018 Calaway Park Season Pass today. Just $47.95 + GST per pass for a whole season of fun. That's a savings of 58%! Available only from March 11th to May 22nd, 2018. Enjoy 32 rides, live entertainment, Cinemagic 3D and free parking. Experience the new ride Sky Wynder!
Up close and personal is the experience you'll have at one of Alberta's longest running Pro Rodeos. Benalto Fair and Stampede is a 4 day action packed Pro rodeo event that will keep you on the edge of your seat! There is no bad seat in the house! Come for a performance and stay for the weekend. There is camping available for all who would like to stay. This rodeo kicks off with Bareback riding, Steer wrestling, Boy's Steer Riding, Tie-down roping, Novice Saddle bronc, Novice Bareback, Team roping, Saddle Bronc, Ladies Barrel Racing, Bull riding as well as the entertaining Wild Pony races! The performances begin with their Thursday Slack at 6:30pm and continue on all weekend! If you have a young buckaroo sign them up for the Junior Rodeo on Friday at 9:00am, (register online on their website) then stay for the evening performance at 6:30 pm.Saturday’s performance will begin at 6:30pm but the party doesn’t stop there as you can kick up your heels to a live band in their Buckoff Saloon.Sunday head over to the pancake breakfast followed by Cowboy Church then the final performance of the weekend at 1:00. Heck... you can actually start off each day with a country style pancake breakfast offered Friday through Sunday at 8:00 am. The Benalto Fair and Stampede have only the best food trucks and vendors on site for you to enjoy throughout the weekend as well! Hope to see you there!
Free admission (and parking) all weekend. The Clothesline Festival & Art Sale at Leighton Art Centre presents over 1,000 Alberta-made artworks including paintings, pottery, sculpture and fine craft. Come enjoy the 80-acre historic Leighton property with many family-fun activities including live music, artist demonstrations, museum tours and children’s art activities. Local food vendors will be on-site or bring your lunch from home (or nearby Granary Road Market) for a picnic.
Celebrate with us, Alliance’s Centennial, the village with an “Artistic Touch.” Ride the rails and have a once in a hundred-year experience. A parade, Doll Museum, Beer Gardens, Indigenous Dancers, Historical Scavenger Hunt, local author readings and art and crafts displays, along with a picnic meal will complete your day in rural Alberta. Tickets are $100/person ($105.15 is booking online with eventbrite.ca) Tickets are also available by calling 780-385-4150 during business hours. Depart Forestburg @ 10:00Arrive back in Forestburg @4:30