Let your mind and body fully relax at Central Alberta's most relaxing float studio.
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.
The Complexions At Dutchess Manor spa was started in 1990. For the last couple of decades, the owner and her sister have run the business in a beautiful house with hardwood floors that is more than one hundred years old.
The evening is a magical time for snowshoeing. Head out on the trails of Heritage Ranch with your guide as the sun sets, explore the trails with your headlamp and the moon light before heading back to the Westlake Grill for a pint and some of Red Deer´s best wings.
Cheap days in the mountains are back - only $50 per person, including snacks, lift ticket and return transportation from Red Deer. Available on the second Wednesday of the month all winter long.
Our best option for those learning to snowshoe or just looking for a fun day in the David Thompson Country. Start the day with a hike along Fish Lake to some great views of Coliseum Mountain. After lunch we'll be walking on frozen Allstones Creek to a waterfall.
Catch some breathtaking scenery and explore the quiet trails of the West Country on our hiking adventures this summer. Head out with our guides to discover the West Country with its canyons, water falls and dramatic landscape. There's no better way to enjoy summer than to get out and play. We've picked signature hikes that represent the best of the West Country, from the Foothills to the Front Range of the Canadian Rockies.
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.
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 let us plan you own custom group adventure.
Power tools and pumpkin carving are a great combination for fun. We supply the tools, pumpkins and patterns…you supply the creative fare and manpower. You take home your Jack o’Lantern and leave the mess for us to clean up. While you are here, make sure to leave enough time to enjoy the last weekend for our corn maze, farm animals, wagon rides, pedal carts, strawberry mountain, spook walk, straw play area, pumpkin cannon shows and lots more.
Join us to celebrate Grandparent’s Day by making your own 6” apple pie. You will make your pie from scratch. People of all ages can have fun and take away a pie ready to bake and eat at home.
Join us for this hands on workshop to make your own jam. We start with a walk to the strawberry patch to pick strawberries and finish with each participant taking home a jar of fresh homemade jam. You will also take home a recipe, tips on jam making and the confidence to make jam for your family and friends.