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In Alberta, vacation rentals start at $55 per night.
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The expansive province of Alberta is gorgeous to visit, and one of the most popular spots in Canada. From the main cities of Calgary and Edmonton, to the beauty of Sylvan Lake, Alberta has the best of both worlds. Typically Canadian, nature mixes well with the cosmopolitan in Alberta. Enjoy the bonuses of city life near some incredible national parks.
Things to do in Alberta
There’s an abundance of activities to do in Alberta due to all of the open, natural land. If you’re not spending a week in the sun at Sylvan Lake, the many National Parks are sure to get you out and about with their hiking trails and rivers. Jasper, and Jasper National Park are a great visit because you can enjoy the town, or the many glaciers and mountains in the park.
Best cities to visit in Alberta
Calgary is one of the most treasured cities in Canada, and definitely one of the largest. Downtown Calgary is a buzzing district, with the Eau Claire Market, the Core Shopping Centre, the Calgary Zoo, and the Chinatown district. The Calgary Tower and Prince’s Island Park are also attractions to see in the city. Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, and is known for its regular music and arts festivals. Fort Edmonton Park is known as Canada’s “living history museum,” and is definitely worth checking out.
Best small towns in Alberta
Alberta has everything from city to uninhabited nature, making it a hub for charming small towns. Beaumont in Alberta celebrates its French culture, and has lots of intricate trails for you to explore. Beaumont has over 35 parks, and multiple outdoor skating rinks in winter. Turner Valley is at the base of the Rocky Mountains, and is fairly close to Calgary. The town is a refuge for greenery, with lots of open fields and places to fish.
Best lake vacations in Alberta
Sylvan Lake is a town in Alberta that, naturally, is a popular destination for lake vacations. Sylvan Lake itself is almost 10 miles of freshwater that draws visitors for sunbathing, swimming, as well as for lots of water sports. The Sylvan Lake lighthouse adds some postcard-perfect charm to your lake vacation! Even in the colder months, Sylvan Lake turns its summer vacation into a skating winter wonderland.
Best National Parks in Alberta
Banff National Park in Alberta’s Rockies is incredible to visit. With hot springs, the wide range of land features mountains, glaciers, forests, rivers, and more. Banff was the first national park in Canada, and is one of the most eye-opening places around. Elk Island National Park gets you far out of the city, where you can look up at the unimpeded stars. Tour bison, who are protected from extinction in this park, as well as elks and birds. Spend the day exploring, or spend the night camping at Elk Island National Park.