Camping in Lethbridge, Alberta
RV camping in Lethbridge
Lethbridge is a fun place to visit for several reasons. The city is beautiful, with pathways and parks throughout where you can take a walk when you aren't relaxing at one of the local RV campgrounds. Stop by Fort Whoop-up for a historical adventure, or see the local wildlife at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Scroll down on our Lethbridge landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.
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Lethbridge may be a place you travel through to get to somewhere else but there is a lot to do and see.
Dragon boating is the world’s second-fastest growing team sport, second only to soccer. Given this, it’s not surprising that an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 spectators attend the annual Lethbridge Rotary Dragon Boat Festival every June
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North America's largest carriage museum
From elegant carriages used by royalty to stagecoaches of the old west, be prepared for an experience that will go far beyond your expectations. Recognized as one of the world's premier carriage museums, the Remington displays over 240 carriages, wagons and sleighs - many of them placed in their original settings in the main gallery. The museum also features an active horse program, carriage ride tour of Cardston, chuckwagon barbecues, miniature horse chuckwagon championships, a working restoration shop, restaurant and gift shop. Open daily, year-round.Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation & Culturehistory.alberta.ca
Canada's deadliest rockslide
The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre highlights the rich history of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Visitors can experience a variety of interpretive programs, presentations and special events. Displays throughout the Centre feature the 1903 Frank Slide (rockslide-avalanche), the Canadian Pacific Railway, European settlement, early underground coal mining and community life. An award-winning audio-visual presentation entitled "In the Mountain's Shadow" is shown daily. Also showing, a docudrama created for the centennial of the Frank Slide in 2003, entitled "On the Edge of Destruction - The Frank Slide Story." Pathways around the Centre provide spectacular views of the Frank Slide and surrounding area.Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation & Culturehistory.alberta.ca
A smashing attraction
Located at a place where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains meet the great plains is one of the world's oldest, largest and best preserved buffalo jumps known to exist - Head - Smashed - In Buffalo Jump. This historic attraction boasts a $10 million interpretive centre that depicts the ecology, mythology, lifestyle and technology of the Blackfoot peoples. It also presents information about this unique custom practised by native people for nearly 6000 years.Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation & Culturehistory.alberta.ca
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Woody's RV World
With unbeatable selection and legendary service, Woody's RV World has everything to serve each RV enthusiast. Check out our huge inventory of new and pre-owned 5th wheels, class A and C motorhomes, fold-downs, truck campers, travel trailers, van conversions and more. Our great selection of parts and accessories will fulfill all your RVing needs. And our factory-trained RV technicians have years of experience, so you can rest assured that your RV is in good hands. We would like to thank our customers for voting, and making us the 2012 Reader's Choice Platinum winner for Favourite RV Dealer in Alberta!
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