The Ultimate Guide to Spray Parks East of Edmonton

Rebecca Isbister Attractions, Bonnyville, Boyle, Camrose, East of Edmonton, Elk Point, Entertainment, Fort Saskatchewan, Gibbons, Highway 15, Highway 16, Highway 28, Highway 55, Holden, It's Time To Go, Lac La Biche Region, Lamont, Lloydminster, Mundare, Outdoor Adventures, Roadtrips, Sedgewick, Sherwood Park, Smoky Lake, St. Paul, St. Paul County, Tofield, Uncategorized, Vegreville, Vermilion, Wainwright, Water Adventures

With the nice weather upon us, spray parks are set to a great way to cool off. There are more than 25 great spots across the Region – check them out this summer! Hours of operation are subject to change, please check the website of the municipality for the park you are looking to visit. Northeast of Edmonton Highway 55 Athabasca Athabasca Riverfront Park Address: 50 Ave A great day of fun is in store for visitors to the Spray Park and playground. Bring …

Canada Day 2020

Rebecca Isbister Bruderheim, Camrose, Camrose County, East of Edmonton, Events, Flagstaff County, Highway 13, Highway 15, Highway 16, Highway 28, Innisfree, Lamont County, Mannville, Minburn County, Northeast of Edmonton, Sedgewick, Southeast of Edmonton, Thorhild County, Vermilion, Vermilion River County

How we celebrate Canada Day will be different this year, but the pride for our country remains constant. In the Go East of Edmonton region, we have wide-open spaces you can explore crowd-free. Here are some Canada Day activities you can look forward to and celebrate Canada’s Birthday! COVID-19 reminder While out celebrating, please remember to abide by all Alberta Health Service public health measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and keep our communities safe. For more …

Highway 13 Road Trip – Trains Planes and Antique Automobiles!

Jolene Kisilevich Breweries, Distilleries & Wineries, Camping, Camrose, Camrose County, Daysland, Flagstaff County, Forestburg, Golfing, Hardisty, Highway 13, Killam, Lougheed, Museums, Provost, Restaurants, Roadtrips, Sedgewick, Shopping, Southeast of Edmonton, Train Excursion, Wetaskiwin

If you are starting from Edmonton, Wetaskiwin is just a quick hour south along HWY 2. There is a familiar radio jingle, “Cars cost less in Wetaskiwin!” but it’s the cars from history that are at the first stop on your road trip—the world class Reynolds-Alberta Museum. The Reynold’s Alberta Museum is one of North America’s premier destinations for antique cars and machinery from Alberta’s history. Visit this international award-winning museum and learn how machinery has shaped and changed Alberta …