Lace up your hiking boots and experience Alberta’s autumn season in full force throughout the province!
Yes, there are big cities throughout the province, but the heart of the prairies is often found on horseback, gazing out across the prairies and mountain peaks. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities for you to saddle up and discover your inner cowboy.
Alberta is open fields of canola, ranches, sweeping mountain ranges, thriving cultural hubs – and you! Well, you and your loved one, of course. And the best news is, you don’t have to break the bank for a romantic weekend getaway.
Things to do Explore!
July end to October end - Hours vary.
A corn maze by Kraay family who has been farming in Central Alberta for more than a quarter century. Navigate the corn maze that is 15 acres in size with the corn reaching a peak height of 9 feet. Read More >>
40110 – Range Road 260, Lacombe
Farm : Seasonal; BB & Cafe: Year Round
Billyco Junction is a working family farm offering a Community Supported Agriculture – CSA vegetable and fruit delivery program serving central Alberta from Calgary to Edmonton. A lovely place for an outdoor country wedding or family reunion. Read More >>
RR 284, Hwy 12, W of Bentley, Gull Lake.
Established in 1932, Aspen Beach Provincial Park is the first provincial Park to be established in Alberta. The park with 2.14 sq. km area is a manicured landscape that provides camping facilities and Gull Lake beach access. Read More >>
4402 47 Ave Red Deer, AB T4N 6T4
Year Round. Days & Hours Vary.
Opened to the public in 1987, the Norwegian Laft Hus Museum is a cultural museum celebrating the Norwegian heritage. The museum was built as a result of the hard work by Norwegian Laft Hus Society which was founded in 1970’s. Read More >>
Snap Fitness Leduc - Unit 103-6102 50 Street, Leduc
September 9, 2017
You are invited to our Free Fit Saturday! Bring a friend or two or three!! Free workouts all day for anyone*! We even have a free free-weight fitness class brought to you by our very own Certified Personal Trainer Nicole Rogers (@nicolerogerswellness) at 3pm. Read More >>
Across Alberta, CA
September 29, 2017 To October 1, 2017
Alberta Culture Days will take place September 29, 30 & October 1, 2017, and will feature hundreds of free, hands-on, interactive activities that invite the public to discover their inner artist, experience their heritage, and celebrate what it means to be Albertan. Read More >>