Lethbridge RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Lethbridge, Alberta

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.  

Lethbridge, ALberta RV camping

Trip planner: Everything you need to know before RVing or camping in Lethbridge, AB

Information on camping in Lethbridge, AB, including tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV campgrounds and more.
A beautiful pink sunset rests behind Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens.

This Japanese garden made its home in southern Alberta over 50 years ago

Melanie Berdusco, marketing and events manager of Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens, highlights this serene setting in Lethbridge, Alberta

Bridge with the trees below and a sunny sky

A city built on creativity

Lethbridge is brimming with artistic venues and architectural marvels.
A serene pond found in Lethbridge's Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.

Wild About Water: Lethbridge

If you’re wanting to get down to the waterfront this summer, Lethbridge has the resources to make it happen. If you like fishing, swimming, bird-watching or sailing, there is a place for you here.

Bridge Valley Golf has a nine-hole, par-3 course, practice putting greens, 18-hole mini-putt and a new and improved driving range.

“FOUR!” golf courses worth checking out in Lethbridge

Lethbridge has a variety of golfing options for RVers travelling through southern Alberta

New West Theatre performances.

Toe-tap to the right tune in Lethbridge, Alberta

Whether it’s country, rock, jazz, folk or electronic that moves you, Lethbridge, Alberta, has a flourishing live music scene that spans multiple genres. 

The Helen Schuler Nature Centre is a top Lethbridge attraction.

Experience nature just minutes from the city

Lethbridge's Helen Schuler Nature Centre is conveniently located and bursting with life.

Photo of the CPR bridge going over the coulees.

Visit the Wild West in Lethbridge, Alberta

Visitors can go back in time to learn about the whiskey trade, coal mining and one of Canada’s largest red light districts at the Galt Museum.


Top things to see and do in Lethbridge

Lethbridge may be a place you travel through to get to somewhere else but there is a lot to do and see.

dragon boaters

Enter the dragon

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

by Glynis Fediuk

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