Bicentennial Trail is a recreation trail popular for mountain biking and hiking. The 5 kilometre trail links the community of Rocky Mountain House with the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site.
Grande Cache, Alberta, Canada is a small community situated on the eastern slope of Grande Mountain - just a stones throw away from the Rocky Mountains in the Central Alberta Region of Canada. The main industries in the region include coal, forestry, adventure tourism, oil and gas. Click Here - Plan a trip to Grande Cache, Alberta, Canada with the Alberta EH Tourism Guide
Crimson Lake Provincial Park is a recreation park, day use area and campground destination popular for activities like boating, camping, mountain biking, sailing, water skiing, windsurfing, canoeing, swimming, birdwatching and cross country sking.
Fish Game Pond is a fishing hole created for children under the age of 15 located in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. The fishing hole is stocked with fish on a regular basis by the local fish and game club.
Riverside Park is a small community park on the banks of the mighty North Saskatchewan River located in the community of Rocky Mountain House which is popular for boating, fishing, canoeing, hiking, biking, picnicking and sightseeing.
Twin Lakes is a popular recreation destination in the community of Rocky Mounatin House popular for fishing. There is a a small rustic wilderness campground, day use areas and a hiking trail.
David Thompson Trail is a 3.2 kilometre loop trail exploring the life of David Thompson and the history of the first two forts (oldest forts) which once stood on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River during the fur trade of the 1800s.
Rocky Mountain House Historic Site protects and preserves the history, remains, artifacts and memories of the 1800s fur trading forts and details the life and struggles of voyageurs like David Thompson and the First Nation people of that time.