Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play Park, located in the northwest corner of Rotary Recreation Park features 7,500 square feet of free, accessible and creative fun. Enjoy some family fun as you spray, splash and play on equipment focused on railway and river themes symbolic of Red Deer's rich history. The site includes picnic areas, seating areas, and washroom/change room facilities. Public parking is available, as well as access to public transit and the Red Deer trail system. Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play Park is open 11am-7pm daily, weather permitting, from late-May through to the September long weekend.
With 115 stores and services, Bower Place is Central Alberta's largest indoor shopping venue and the best source for national retailers. Drop by Guest Services to pick up the most genius gift of all, a Bower Place Gift Card. Find them on Facebook.
Specializing in all things cycling, Savy Cycle is your neighbourhood bike shop. Whether you’re looking for a mountain, road, kids, fat bike, electric, BMX, hybrid, cruiser or urban bicycle, apparel, parts, accessories or service, you’ll find it at Savy Cycle. Guided trips are also available.
This package includes overnight accommodation in an upgraded guestroom (subject to availability), 2 tickets to our on-site dinner theatre production, including dinner & dessert, plus breakfast for 2 in the morning at Remington's restaurant located on site at The Black Knight Inn. Blackout dates apply.
A popular destination in David Thompson Country, Crescent Falls and the Bighorn Canyon make for a great half day adventure. Those feeling more adventurous can make their way to the plateau between the 2 falls for some great pictures.The tour includes your guide, snacks and hiking poles.
Start your adventure with a relaxing float on the Red Deer River with a guide from the Kerry Wood Nature Centre. Next up we'll bring you back to the Troubled Monk for a brewery tour. Wrapping up the evening we'll get to enjoy a tasting flight in the taproom.
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 local food, explore David Thompson 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.
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.
Outsy.ca 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. Call 403-554-2682 or visit www.outsy.ca for more information. Tours operate near Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg.
Are you looking for a little extra thrill? Head out to The Jungle Farm and take on the 8 acre corn maze by total darkness! The New Moon Maze happens close to the new moon, meaning there will not be a moon! Make sure to take your flashlights and glow sticks with you. The evening fall air can get a little chilly so make sure you bundle up!
Norwegian craft and bake sale
Have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes in a museum?Join us for a tour of the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery's (MAG) collections! You will get a peek at what types of objects (old and recent) are in the collections ranging from art, clothing & textiles (late 19th and early 20th century), housewares, to toys and more! Drop in anytime between 1-4pm; tours will occur throughout the afternoon.Part of Alberta Culture Days.