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Bow Island Centennial Park

Easy access, large sites and few people are all draws for Bow Island’s Centennial Park. Found just blocks from the Crowsnest Highway, the campground has two playgrounds, two outdoor cooking areas, free shower house, beach volleyball and a well-maintained soccer field.

Most summer... More
Bow Island Website
 
 
Pinto McBean

Pinto McBean – the world’s largest and most armed pinto bean – Bow Island’s answer to the world’s largest bottleof catsup (in Illinois, for you long-haul road-trippers).

Pinto McBean celebrates the town’s role in Southern Alberta’sagriculture... More
Bow Island Website
 
 
Bow Island Swimming Pool

The sun sure burns hot during Southern Albertan summers making swimming pools welcome oases for any weary traveller.

The Bow Island swimming pool is mere blocks from the Crowsnest Highway near Bow Island’s surprising downtown. It is a crystal clear, cool oasis featuring a shallow... More
Bow Island Swimming Pool Website
 
 
Red Rock Coulee

Carve out some window time and take the thirty-minute drive from Medicine Hat to Mars. Maybe not Mars, but the landscape at Red Rock Coulee can sure look similar.

Large, red, round boulders – some over 2 metres in diameter– are said to be among the largest in the world.... More
Red Rock Coulee Website
 
 
Etzikom Museum

As much of the world pours billions of dollars into renewable energy today, the Etzikom Museum offers a glimpse into the wind energy industry when it was little more than a cottage industry.

These early windmills once populated the Southern Alberta prairie, providing the ability for... More
Etzikom Museum Website
 
 
40 Mile Park

Water in Southern Alberta is a scarce resource, and is depended upon for agricultural livelihood of many.... More
40 Mile Park Website
 
 
Sandy Point

Sandy Point is the first and only rebuttal needed when the idea of the dull, flat prairie comes up. Yes,... More
Cypress Website
 
 
Cavan Lake Campground

Cavan Lake is a quiet campground and recreation area a short drive from Medicine Hat.

Ideal for the fisherman or anyone looking to set up camp and relax, you can choose from large sites in well-treed loop surrounding a playground and open park. Or alternatively, take a site with... More
Cypress Website
 
 
Eagle Butte Road

There are ribbons of blacktop flowing across millions of kilometres of terrain around the world. Novels,... More
Cypress Website
 
 
Cypress Hills Cabins

Wake up to the morning sunshine and bird song in secluded settings. Feel like you are the only ones around for... More
Cypress Hills Website
 
 
Cypress Hills Mountain Bike Trails

Starting the descent and hitting the drop offs, laying down some crazy lines on the “Last Grizzly”,... More
Cypress Hills Website
 
 
Cypress Hills Dark Sky Preserve

The night sky tells an ancient story and in a few places you can see the details of that story more clearly than others.

Cypress Hills Provincial Park is a Dark Sky Preserve where this story can be seen loud and clear. Watch as the day fades and the darkness comes alive with the light... More
Cypress Hills Website
 
 
Redcliff Mountain Bike Trails

Interwoven into the hoodoos and rugged, dusty cliffs of the South Saskatchewan River are the Redcliff mountain bike trails. In fact, it is these cliffs – many red from oxidization – from which the town of Redcliff gets its name.

The trails here may be Southern Alberta’s... More
Redcliff Trail Website
 
 
Redcliff Riverview Golf Course

Redcliff Riverview Golf Club tracks the South Saskatchewan River and delivers on the promise made by its... More
Riverview Website
 
 
Redcliff Campground

Redcliff once rivaled Medicine Hat as Western Canada’s manufacturing hub, however between 1913-1915 fires, a cyclone and various other problems, caused many industries to close down.

Dominion Glass was one of the surviving operations until it closed its doors in 1989. The factory... More
Redcliff Website
 
 
Mr. Burnside Mountain Bike Trail

Riding the gentle edge of the South Saskatchewan River’s northern slope, Burnside is a short green... More
Mr. Burnside Trail Website
 
 
Echodale Regional Park

Echo Dale Regional Park is one of Medicine Hat’s most popular family destinations. Situated in the... More
Medicine Hat Website
 
 
Gas City Campground

Perched high above the South Saskatchewan River, just minutes by foot from one of the best views of Medicine... More
Medicine Hat Website
 
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Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada T1B 4W1

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