As the capital of the Alberta province of Canada, Edmonton offers a fun time for the whole family. Whether you’re here to check out local artists, or are in town for one of the many festivals put on in the area, you’re guaranteed a fun time in Edmonton.
Edmonton provides fun activities for everyone. Looking to spend time outdoors? Fishers should check out Get Hooked Fishing, the best place to go for guided fishing trips. For a fun time with the family, head to Jurassic Forest, and explore dinosaurs in this very realistic preserve. There are also watchable wildlife tours in the area. For some fun shopping and exploring the city, walk around the Edmonton Food Tours and get the taste of Edmonton, along with some art and history. You can also check out the shopping centers in Edmonton and shop for hours at all of your favorite stores, as well as explore some local brands. For a quick bite to eat with friends, check out some board game cafes, where you and your friends can enjoy some food, and each other’s company, over classic board games. If you’re a sports fan, you can get tickets to an Edmonton Prospects baseball game, or even check out the Edmonton Eskimos as they play football. For a little bit of history, head over to Fort Edmonton Park, where you can experience life in Edmonton fro 1846 to 1920. Interested in art? Edmonton is home to the Neon Sign Museum, which showcases Edmonton’s history through this modern art idea. The Art Gallery of Alberta is also housed in this city, so be sure to stop there and explore amazing art and architecture.
Looking to spend a day out of the city? There are a variety of cool places for you to go to around Edmonton. Devonshire Beach is a little under 3 hours away from the city, and is the perfect place to go to escape the city life and relax on the beach. About an hour east of the city is Vegreville, home to the Vegreville Egg—the world’s biggest psyanka (Ukrainian-style Easter Egg). Another hour away from Edmonton is Pembina River, where people come out and spend the day tubing along the river. A short 20-minute drive away is the St. Albert Farmers’ Market, where you can pick up some fresh produce and enjoy some live street performances. Another short distance away is the Edmonton Corn Maze, a fun place to go with the kids from late July until Halloween, when the maze turns into a haunted Farm of Fear, only for those 13 and up. For a picnic and some bird-watching, stop by the Clifford E. Lee nature sanctuary, the perfect place for you to explore the wildlife and wetlands in the area.
Whether you decide to stay in the heart of Edmonton, or closer to the edges of the city, we make it easy to find the perfect place to stay. If you’re looking to stay close to the city, we have a lot of apartments and hotel rooms available in the Ice District, right in the middle of downtown Edmonton. For a more residential stay, we have homes available in Northwest Edmonton, the perfect place to enjoy personal time, while also not being too far from city life. If you plan on heading to St. Albert during your stay, we offer rentals near the northern outskirts of the city, only a short distance away from St. Albert. For a nice distance away from the nature trail and other outdoor activities, we recommend staying near Devon, where you can start a kayak or canoe trip down the North Saskatchewan. Wherever you decide to stay in Edmonton, you can compare rentals by price, ratings, and reviews on Tripping. Book your Edmonton vacation rental today!
There is a variety of ways to get around Edmonton. If you’re looking to rent a car for your stay, there are places like Practicar Car and Truck rentals, Avis, or Enterprise in the area that have cars available for rent at any time. If you decide stay in or near the city, you can also get around pretty easily by walking, or with a bike. For public transit, the Edmonton Transit System (ETS) has bus and train service that runs throughout the entire city. There are also taxis available, as well as Uber service.
Looking for a vacation rental in Edmonton? Tripping.com has 836 rental homes available in Edmonton. Potential renters will find studios, 705 1-bedroom, 66 2-bedroom and 65 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $295 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.
The average price of a nightly rental in Edmonton is $94 while the average price of a weekly rental is $440. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Edmonton home is $1429.
Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 27 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Edmonton rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 195 rentals have internet and wifi, 164 have TV and/or cable and 54 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 6 rental sites in Edmonton where the top providers in that area are Booking.com, TripAdvisor, and HomeAway. There are 597 Booking.com rentals, 83 TripAdvisor short term rentals and 81 HomeAway vacation rentals.