Built in 1792 as two competing fur trading posts, Fort George and Buckingham House is a glimpse back to a time of fur traders, explorers and cartographers. Hike along the bank of the North Saskatchewan River, explore the archaeological site of the two trading posts and learn about how the lives of indigenous people were affected by the arrival of the fur trade.
During September and May the museum is open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm. From June to August it extends its hours opening Monday to Thursday 9am to 7pm, Friday and Saturday 9am to 5pm, and Sunday 10am to 6pm. Fort vermilion heritage center preserves and portrays the history of Alberta’s north, it includes a Museum and archives, history in motion van and two heritage houses. The visitor information center is a hand sewn and dovetailed log building c.1923. Learn about fossils, natural and First Nations heritage, the fur trade, missions, life along the Peace, Farming North of 58.
Bordering the Sturgeon River, this 18-hole golf course in Edmonton was opened in 1960 and has full facilities.
Special rate for your fall activities on the banks of the Peace River. Easy access to Wildland for hunters. Minimum 5-day stay in full service cabins. Rate applies for 1-2 guests, add $15 per person per day for additional guests. Maximum 4 guests. Non-smoking, no pets.
Fully serviced trailer/RV sites are available. Backdoor access to hiking trails, horse rides and Grande Cache Lake is 0.5 km away. A perfect location to access all that Grande Cache has to offer.
Special rate for fall activities on the banks of the Peace River. Easy access to Wildland for hunters. Minimum 5-day stay in a rustic cabin. Rate applies for 1-2 guests, add $15 per person per day for additional guests. Maximum 3 guests. Non-smoking, pets allowed, $20 per day.
Jasper Scenic Helicopter tours in the Rockies and surrounding area.
We provide challenging adventures to awaken all of your senses & refresh your spirit.General InformationYour hosts for these outdoor adventures are Harvey & Laureen Kosheiff & Family.We want to ensure you enjoy your time with us! Some key features about us: - Our riding adventures have multiple locations throughout Alberta to choose from. - Longer trips take guests into the Alberta Rocky Mountains- Shorter trips take guests into the boreal forest throughout the Peace Country of Alberta- We listen to our guest’s requests and customize their adventure to give each guest their best possible, unique experience.- We engage our guests in conversation about the wilderness that surrounds them while riding along the forested trails.Types of Accommodation Available:- Single person pop up tents - Double occupancy pop up tents - Family/group (four-six person) pop up tents - Family/group (four – six person) wall tents- Open air, under the stars, sleeping bags (tarps if needed)- Two (four person) cabinsGear, Food and Equipment Included: -Tents -All horse tack, horn and saddle bags -All meals and snacks-Water bottles- Air mattresses-Camp chairs-Sleeping bags** Guests are welcome to bring any of this gear themselves if they prefer ** We offer more than a trail ride!
Sundays 9:30 am June to Sept. One to two-hour signature river hills hike. Identify native plant species and climb the river hills to reach a majestic view point of the Peace River. Phone ahead to book. Berry picking, including Saskatoons, may be possible in season. Bring water bottle, waterproof hiking shoes/boots, sunglasses, sun screen, a hat, and clothing layers. May need bug spray and rain gear. Camera recommended! Snacks provided. Advance booking only.
Blues and Roots Music with Comedic Silent Films Brandon Isaak is an award-winning Blues and roots musician, and Keith Picot won Canadian Bass Player of the Year in 2010. Together, they are The Silver Screen Scoundrels, playing old-time feeling music with modern themes, accompanied by custom-produced silent films.As the Silver Screen Scoundrels, Brandon and Keith put on an entertaining multimedia show that combines music with silent films and comedy. The Scoundrels take the classic silent movies genre and thrust it into the modern world. Combine topnotch songwriting, world class musicianship, witty anecdotes, and a touch of slap-stick silent cinema, and you have a truly original show that has thrilled audiences in Canada, the United States, Western Europe, and China.
Edmonton’s Beth Portman and her band The Good Find craft vintage-vibed music with a personal touch. Portman sings her original lyrics with a nostalgic quality, musing on life and love with sass, heart and her ukulele. Featuring a unique percussion collection of suitcases, picnic baskets and other unusual objects, Portman’s music carries the beautiful sentiment of golden-age films in a throwback mix of early jazz, folk, swing, blues and bluegrass.
Acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lizzy Hoyt is one of Canada’s most powerful Celtic-folk artists. Known for bringing Canadian history to life with music, her songs “Vimy Ridge”, “White Feather”, and “New Lady on the Prairie” have garnered multiple awards and nominations while also connecting strongly with audiences. Lizzy is a full-time musician who travels and tours Canada with her trio. She has performed at folk festivals, folk clubs, and other venues across the country, and has released four independent albums and two music videos. Lizzy has been praised for her mastery of the fiddle, guitar, and harp, and her voice has been described as “otherworldly”, “angelic", “sweet”, and “pure”. In 2013 she was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Governor General of Canada for her outstanding contribution to commemorating Canadian veterans and history through music.Tickets: $35 Adults, $30 Students & Seniors