Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is dedicated to providing educational programs on responsible wolfdog ownership and the importance of preserving wild wolves in their natural environment. We are also dedicated the rescue and safe sanctuary of wolfdogs and welcome visitors to come and see our beautiful wolfdogs and learn all about them.
Discover Alberta’s fish, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems at Bow Habitat Station. Whether you’re a small fry or over the gill, there’s year-round fun for the whole family. Look into the eyes of Alberta's different fish species in the Discovery Centre aquariums; discover what it takes to raise millions of fruit each year; test your luck fishing in the Trout Pond (May 15-Oct 31); or take a stroll along the trails of the Interpretive Wetland. The experience will leave you hooked!
Walk the trails in the summer and ski or snowshoe in winter at this outdoor wilderness centre 20-minutes east of Sherwood Park. Campsites, picnic sites, a cookhouse and a fire pit are onsite.
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.
Departing from Calgary, the West Country Tour includes admission to the Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary, lunch at the Water Valley Saloon, a tour of the Wild Horses of Alberta sanctuary, a wagon ride to see the local herd of wild horses, and honey mead tasting at the Fallen Timber craft meadery.
In addition to the Sanctuary Walk, this tour provides an introduction to wolfdogs as guests are taken inside one of the enclosures and given a 30-minute presentation on wolfdogs. Guests can expect to learn general information on wolfdogs and the mission at Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary.
Live music, children’s activities and Canada Day cake in a peaceful, relaxing setting. Half-price admission for Canadian Armed Forces personnel. Drop-in event activities; no registration is required. Some activities are while supplies last. Regular admission applies. Coupons and passes are eligible for this event.
Nature Play Day! At Henderson Lake! June 9 aat 12pm - 4pm. Come join the free festival. Everyone is welcome. So much fun to be had with outdoor games, loose parts playground, live music, hammocks, parkour, kayaking, crafts, pond dipping, food trucks and MORE ! Family fun for everyone to enjoy.
A gorgeous display of colour from locally grown martagon lilies. Members of the Alberta Regional Lily Society will be on hand to answer your lily-growing questions. Drop-in event; no registration is required to attend show. Registration through the Alberta Regional Lily Society is required to be a participant in the judged portion of the event. Regular admission to the Garden applies. Coupons and passes are eligible for this event.