Waterton National park
Head Smashed In
Waterton Dam
 
 


Waterton National Park
www.MyWaterton.ca
Distance: 30 Minutes
Activities:
Discover the beauty of Canada at Waterton National Park. Hosting annual events as well as Hiking, Golfing, Dining, Shopping, Horseback Riding, Cycling, Boating, Children's Park, Exciting Wildlife, and more!

Waterton Dam
Distance: 10 minutes
Activities:
Enjoy boating, fishing, and swimming in the beautiful lake.

Trout Fishing
Locations:
Great Trout fishing also available on the Belly River, Waterton River, Dipping Vat, and at Payne Lake.

Great Canadian Barn Dance
www.GCBD.ca
Distance: 10 minutes
Activities:
The Great Canadian Barn Dance is a place where the whole family can eat, dance, and take in live entertainment all in one scenic location. The regular Friday and Saturday night dances and dinner shows feature the live music of the Kunkel Family Band.

Mountain Meadow Trail Rides
www.mountainmeadowtrailrides.com
Distance: 30 Minutes
Activities:
Step into a time and place where the Legacy of the West lives on. Ride side by side with the Horsemen of the Legendary Mountain West and discover Your "True Cowboy Nature". Mountain Meadow Trail Rides offers horesback riding, river rafting, and seasonal cattle drives.

Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump
www.Head-Smashed-In.com
Distance: 40 Minutes
Activities:
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was used by Native people for close to 6000 years. Blending into the sandstone cliffs the beautiful museum / interpretive center depicts the ecology, mythology, lifestyle and technology of Blackfoot peoples with exciting exhibits and a thrilling a movie as well!

Remington Carriage Museum
www.RemingtonCarriageMuseum.com
Distance: 20 minutes
Activities:
The Remington Carriage Museum houses the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 240 carriages, wagons and sleighs. International travellers acknowledge the display as the finest in the world. The 63,000 square foot facility features video displays, a fire hall, a carriage factory, a restoration shop, a working stable, carriage rides, carriage rentals, a restaurant and a gift shop. Guided facility tours are offered at no additional charge.

Heritage Acres Farm Museum
www.HeritageAcres.org
Distance: 45 minutes
Activities:
Nestled in the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountain's lies Heritage Acres Farm Museum, a 180 acre site steeped in history and filled with country charm. Established in 1988, Heritage Acres is now Alberta's largest independent Agricultural Museum and is home to an extensive collection of pioneer and farm related artifacts. A significant number of relocated heritage buildings also adorn the site, all filled with interesting artifacts recreating a bygone era.

Give yourself lots of time to enjoy all that the site has to offer, snacks, beverages and Ice cream are available in the gift shop or bring along your own picnic lunch, tables and park benches are located throughout the site so plan to stay a while. Watch the their calendar for annual events.