Endless Places for Exploring
Alberta has two great booming cities and between them runs the Queen Elizabeth II highway (QEII) with many opportunities for exploring. There are a few must-see stops along the way, for your RV road trip from Calgary to Edmonton.
Take in the badlands, ghost towns and abandoned coal mines. You can also see the Royal Turrell Museum of Paleontology. The Tyrannosaurus Rex in the museum is worth the trip in itself.
Continue the tour with a stop in Innisfail to check out Alberta’s Icelandic heritage. The Discovery Wildlife Park which serves as a sanctuary for orphaned animals is also a great stop.
When you’re heading North from Red Deer and want to take the scenic route, turn west towards the Canadian Rockies. Drive Banff to Jasper by the Ice Fields Parkway.
Head to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin for the history of Alberta. You will find museums with cars, trucks, airplanes and farm equipment. Maskwacis is the centre of four First Nations bands Ermineskin Cree, Louis Bull Tribe, Montana Samson Cree nation.
Outside the Oil Industry
Leduc is 35kms away from Edmonton. The city encourages people to get up and move. They do this by providing 60 kms of paved trailed for walking, running or biking. The city of Leduc has also built a large recreation centre. This centre provides 3 skating rings, an aquatic centre, a fitness facility and a curling rink. They also have a 4 lane running/walking track.
To sum up, Calgary and Edmonton are filled with so many things to do on your RV rental vacation.
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