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Places to stay in Alberta

Calgary: Explore Calgary and its nearby gems such as Bragg Creek, Cochrane and High River. Calgary is an attractive and dynamic city situated on the banks of the Bow River and close to Alberta's majestic Rocky Mountains. The Calgary Stampede is undoubtedly Calgary's best-known visitor attraction. This event, featuring a large parade and world-class rodeo, draws more than a million people each year. The host city of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games takes pride in its sporting legacy

Jasper: Jasper National Park and the friendly, picturesque community of Jasper which is peacefully nestled in the midst of Jasper National Park's vast, unspoiled grandeur. Jasper offers first-class visitor attractions, activities, facilities and services within magnificently scenic wilderness surroundings of unparalleled beauty. Jasper National Park is Canada's largest Rocky Mountain Park and one of North America's largest natural areas.

Edmonton: Edmonton, Alberta, is a city which thrives in all of its four distinct seasons with a host of exciting indoor and outdoor facilities, attractions and activities. The region features more than 40 attractions of interest, including galleries, museums, zoos, and historical sites. Also worthy of a visit is the North Sakatchewan River Valley. This scenic lush park system provides a natural corridor for all season recreation.

Canmore: Canmore's thriving volunteer spirit finds expression in many festivals and special events throughout the year. The Canada Day celebrations, the renowned Heritage Folk Festival, the Highland Games, the annual Winter Carnival and Dog Sled races are supported by hundreds of dedicated volunteers and an actively involved business community. Take a walk through Canmore and you'll quickly discover the charm of our thriving art galleries, craft shops, bistros and outdoor adventure stores. Community support for local shops and services runs deep -- you'll find loyal customers as well as new visitors frequenting Canmore's various businesses. Keep walking and you'll discover a network of trails which lead from the town centre past ponds and creeks, to the Bow River and picturesque meadows

Banff: The town of Banff, Alberta, is famous for its beautiful setting, but it is more than just a pretty place and a stopping off point for visitors to Banff National Park. As Canada's only incorporated municipality in a national park, Banff is a very special and unique community. Banff offers vacation possibilities as diverse as the Canadian Rocky Mountain landscape.

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Todays featured Cold Lake, Alberta Campsite / RV Park:

Ethel Lake Prov. Recreation Area

 

Todays featured Turner Valley, Alberta Motel:

Turner Valley Lodge

The Woodstock Hotel in Turner Valley is the Hotel in the Heart of the Cowboy Trail (Hwy 22) The Woodstock Hotel is at the Gateway to Kananaskis and many great parks.

 

Todays featured Bentley, Alberta Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Country - With - A - View B&B

 

Todays featured Coleman, Alberta Campsite / RV Park:

Island Lake Prov. Rec. Area

 

Todays featured Peace River, Alberta Campsite / RV Park:

Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park

 

Todays featured Edmonton, Alberta Campsite / RV Park:

Shakers Acres

 

Todays featured Calgary, Alberta Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Mosella Manor

 

Todays featured High Level, Alberta Motel:

BCM Inns - High Level

 

Todays featured Drumheller, Alberta Campsite / RV Park:

Handhills Highcountry Hideaway

 

Todays featured Stony Plain, Alberta Motel:

Motel 6

 

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