Red Deer, AB, Canada is located on the banks of the Red Deer River in the Central Alberta Region of Canada. in 2003 Red Deer was awarded the "Cultural Capital of Canada" by Canadian Heritage. Red Deer is central to many four season adventures and home to a large cultural and art community.
Activities most enjoyed on Red Deer, Canada and the surrounding areas includes golfing, swimming, sailing, boating, canoeing, birdwatching, mountain biking, cycling, horseback riding, hiking, boating, water skiing, ice fishing, rail touring, skydiving, snowmobiling, xc skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding and ice skating.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Red Deer, Alberta includes Waskasoo Park, Glennifer Lake, Bower Ponds, Kerry Wood Nature Centre (Gaetz Lake Sanctuary), Maskepetoon Park, Kin Kanyon Park, Kiwanis Park, City Hall Park, Great Chief Park, and the Sylvan Lake Provincial Park.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Red Deer includes the Red Deer Museum, Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site, Central Alberta Theatre, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, Fort Normandeau, Danish Canadian Museum, Ignition Theatre, Historic Markerville, Red Deer Symphony Orchestra, Sunnybrook Farm Museum, Norwegian Laft Hus Society, Dickson Dam, and many art galleries.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Red Deer includes accommodations (motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, resorts, hotels, cottages, cabins, hostels), campgrounds, restaurants, grocery stores, pubs, liquor stores, banks, gas stations, cell service, internet and transportation services including bus, taxi, car rentals and the Red Deer Regional Airport.