Indian Hill is a fun, tree-lined 9-hole golf course hiding East and South of Coaldale, Alberta. Operated by a non-profit society for more than 30 years, the clubhouse features a full service dining room and excellent pro shop. Reasonable rental and green fees keep the course busy through the summer so reservations are recommended. Come out for a round, or stay for the night at the campground, but don't miss this best kept secret of southern Alberta.
Woodside Golf Course exists to champion your chance to have an “insanely outrageous” adventure. Woodside provides you with everything you’ve come to expect from a golf course like great amenities, fabulous food and drink, outstanding course conditions and friendly service, but where others stop, Woodside pushes the boundaries. By doing so, it gives you something different and memorable with twists, turns and surprises. Don’t underestimate the 6,200-yard course that winds around nine water hazards, and features lush challenging greens and a championship par-70 layout.
Boot Hill Gallery & Gift Shop showcases a variety of beautiful home décor items and furniture. Displayed throughout the store is the western pencil art of the renowned pencil artist Bernie Brown. Brown has several award-winning works, and is now a resident of Okotoks. The upper level of Boot Hill offers a complete line of western clothing for men, women and children. Don’t miss the wide variety of cowboy/cowgirl boots from Ariat, Brahma and Old West along with hats, western accessories and jewelry.
Join professional photographer Kyla Black with Gathering Dust Photography Company for a 7-hour photography workshop: $225 for individual, $375 for group of two, $495 for group of three or $625 for group of four. Instruction, park entry, travel within the Park and dinner are included in the workshop price.
Get ready to immerse yourselves in mystery and intrigue! At first glance, the Bergquist House appears as a century old prairie farmhouse lovingly restored. But, this historical house holds dark, sinister secrets filled with unresolved mysteries. Can you uncover the clues in time to make your escape?
An interpretive walk through the sanctuary allows visitors to see the sanctuary and view the various packs of wolfdogs at your own pace. This is a great opportunity to learn interesting facts about wolves and wolfdogs and support the sanctuary. This is a self-guided tour.
WILDR Fitness Events, Camps and Training exists to get you outside your comfort zone, and outside.Their location, a converted barn between Waterton and Pincher Creek, serves as a basecamp for all things active and outside in the Waterton-Castle Region.On Saturdays, join them for guided runs will take you into the mountains and coulees surrounding Pincher Creek and in the Castle Parks. Whether you are a run/walker, 2:30 marathoner, or somewhere in between, you will find a great workout and breathtaking views.The Rough Runner, an annual event set to get you outside your comfort zone, will invite you to run, sprint, climb, crawl and carry your way through fun courses at Castle Mountain Resort. Fall Camps, (more in 2019), will take you through exciting terrain while you learn more about yourself and how to make the most of your active adventures.
Re-discover wild nature. The edible, wild plants of southern Alberta have a story to tell. The edible wild plants were part of human history for centuries. Evolved with use by animals, insects and humans, the native, edible under-story is now at risk. Experience the world of the native wild edible species on these unique hikes and events in southern Alberta. Go ahead, re-wild yourself!
Enjoy jet boat tours on the South Saskatchewan River - Starting from Medicine Hat or Bindloss, Alberta. Day trips, overnight packages, customized tours, hiking eco-tours, bed & breakfast and ranch-style meals are available.Experience a wilderness retreat, like no other, in a refurbished century old log home on Bar Diamond Ranch in the Bindloss, Alberta, area. This historical house is surrounded by medicine wheels, teepee rings and an abundance of wildlife
Adam is an uncomplicated single man in the most amazing place on earth. It’s a good life - discovering and naming animals, adventuring, eating, drinking, sleeping. But a curious new creature has entered the garden, and she talks … a lot. Industrious and smart, Eve has a mind to get to know this other creature with two legs and a frown - and throwing things at him seems to get his attention every time. Hilarious and romantic, Mark Twain will leave you charmed and maybe, just maybe, a little bit more in love. Enjoy live theatre, warm hospitality, and delicious food at Rosebud Theatre. For play times and tickets please visit RosebudTheatre.com. Buffet meal included before the show. Matinees and evening performances. Group rates available.
The Holiday season is very special time for us here at the Great Canadian Barn Dance and beginning on November 17th we feature a festive Country Christmas Dinner Show for all ages! Bring the family, a group of friends or the entire gang to enjoy our Country Christmas Dinner Show with sounds of the season and festive costumes. Our Christmas Buffet features turkey and all the trimmings made from Chef Wilsons Kitchen so you know it's good! Enjoy a cup of hot wassail as you browse Granny's Christmas Gift Shop and don't forget to enter the Door prize draw on your way in for a chance to win a special gift hand picked by The Barn Dance Family!
Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village is host to 'Halloween In The Village' this year on Oct. 31. Come out for this free family fun event and 'Trick or Treat' the many Village buildings on site sponsored by local businesses. There will also be a Haunted Barn to walk through....if you dare! Decorate a pumpkin or squash in the Village school with The Family Center and warm up with some hot chocolate. There will be hot food for purchase too so start your 'trick or treating' here, grab a quick supper and then continue your evening from here!