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  Newell  

Interpretive programs begin on the May long weekend and run until mid-October.  Specific dates/times for 2015 guided hikes, tours and other public programs will be available in February.  Please check back for details then. 

 

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Bonebed 30 - 1 Day Guided Excavation


Phone: 403-378-4344

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A trip to Dinosaur Provincial Park is a 75 million-year foray back in time. Strange land formations rise up on all sides; sculpted by wind and water into hauntingly beautiful shapes sunbathed in terra cotta, bronze and amber.

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Dinosaur Provincial Park

SW 07 Township 21 Range 11 West 4 Meridian, 18 km from Patricia

Phone: 403-378-4342 ext 235

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The EID Historical Park was established in 1976 by a group of residents and farmers who wanted to preserve the history of the settlers who came to this area starting in 1917. The park is situated on 17 acres, on the old CPR right of way. Our "Sleeping...

 
EID Historical Park


Phone: 403-362-5010

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This park includes islands in Lake Newell that are nesting sites for double crested cormorants and white pelicans. Wetlands near the campground provide excellent bird watching and an interpretive marsh trail introduces visitors to the area's...

 
Kinbrook Island Provincial Park


Phone: 1-877-537-2757

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The Silver Sage Community Corral is a multi-purpose agricultural grounds and indoor riding facility in the heart of Southern Alberta. The main building features a 100 X 185 heated riding arena and is equipped with arena level concession, spectator...

 
Silver Sage Community Corral

P.O. Box 1092 Brooks

Phone: 403 362-2262

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Interpretive programs begin on the May long weekend and run until mid-October.  Specific dates/times for 2015 guided hikes, tours and other public programs will be available in February.  Please check back for details then. 

 

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Sunset Tour


Phone: 403-378-4344

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Named Tillebrook after the village of Tilley and the city of Brooks, this provincial park is situated between the two. Six km east of Brooks and adjacent to Highway #1,...

 
Tillebrook Provincial Park

south side of the Trans-Canada Highway, 8 km east of the city of Brooks

Phone: 403-362-4525

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Walk through the deep sculptured river valleys of the Canadian Badlands where dinosaurs once roamed. Journey through time and meet them face to face in nine dynamically displayed ever-evolving galleries. Unearth fossils in a realistic quarry...

 
Canadian Badlands Circle Tour


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Interpretive programs begin on the May long weekend and run until mid-October.  Specific dates/times for 2015 guided hikes, tours and other public programs will be available in February.  Please check back for details then. 

 

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Centrosaurus Quarry Hike


Phone: 403-378-4344

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A trip to Dinosaur Provincial Park is a 75 million-year foray back in time. Strange land formations rise up on all sides, sculpted by wind and water into hauntingly beautiful shapes sunbathed in terra cotta, bronze and amber. 


 
Dinosaur Visitor Centre


Phone: 403-378-4344

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Interpretive programs begin on the May long weekend and run until mid-October.  Specific dates/times for 2015 guided hikes, tours and other public programs will be available in February.  Please check back for details then. 

 

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Explorer's Bus Tour


Phone: 403-378-4344

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Interpretive programs begin on the May long weekend and run until mid-October.  Specific dates/times for 2015 guided hikes, tours and other public programs will be available in February.  Please check back for details then. 

 

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Fossil Safari


Phone: 403-378-4344

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Lake Newell is the warmest and largest Man-Made Lake in Alberta! It is also home to some of the best fishing in South Eastern Alberta, and one of the fastest lakes for sailing and wind surfing.

 

Right next to the lake is the incredible...

 
Lake Newell


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8 km S of Kinbrook Island Provincial Park * Many beach front campsites * Boat Dock * Washroom/Shower/Laundry Facility, Larger than average lots for an RV park, nicely landscaped with...
 
Rolling Hills Reservoir


Phone: 403-362-1400

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The Bow River is a river in the Canadian province of Alberta....

 
The Bow River


Phone: 403-362-3266

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The Red Deer River is a river in Alberta

 
The Red Deer River


Phone: 403-362-3266

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  Elkwater  

Summer

 

Relax on a beach while the kids build sandcastles and the gentle sounds of waves hit the shore, or view the hills from a canoe on one of the lakes as your...

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park



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Hidden Valley is located in the Cypress Hills Provincial Park near Elkwater, Alberta. The facility offers an opportunity to experience winter activity with the warmth of indoor facilities. Skis and snowboards are available for rent as well as lessons...

 
Hidden Valley Ski Area

Buffalo Trail
Phone: 403-893-3961

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  Duchess  

CMC Rentals


PO Box 209
Phone: 403-501-8858

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  Brooks  

Like a giant centipede, the Brooks Aqueduct spans a shallow 3.2 km wide valley, suspending a concrete sling twenty metres above the parched prairie landscape. Once filled to overflowing with precious water bound for the thirsty croplands of southwestern...

 
Brooks Aqueduct


Phone: 403-653-5139

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The Brooks Corn Maze is open annually from mid-August to the end of October.  Our children's activities includes a magnetic fish pond, The Human Hamster, Pasture Putt Golf, The Corny Sandbox, lambs, bunnies and goats.

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Brooks Corn Maze

Box 1810, Brooks, AB,

Phone: (403) 793-4034

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The Brooks and District Museum was built in 1974 and is situated on seven acres of land on the east side of Brooks. It was created with the mission to collect, preserve and portray the cultural heritage of Brooks and District through natural history...

 
Brooks & District Museum

568 Sutherland Dr E

Phone: 403-362-5073

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Brooks and County of Newell Early Childhood Development Coalition and the Alberta Conservation Association invite your entire family--from toddlers to grandparents--to give fishing a try at the Brooks Aqueduct Trout Pond on July 9th. The fishing begins...
 
County of Newell Kids Can Catch

143078 15th Ave West, PO Box 1994
Phone: 403-362-4549

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Maximum Adventure Park


559 Canal Street
Phone: 403-363-9591

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  Bassano  

Crawling Valley Campground started in 1983 when a few visionary members of the Bassano Community created the Crawling Valley Recreation Society and with a provincial grant for Recreation in the Province, created the original Crawling Valley...

 
Crawling Valley Reservoir

Box 567 Bassano, AB

Phone: (403) 641-4095

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All the water delivered through the irrigation system of the Eastern Irrigation District is diverted from the Bow River at the Bassano...

 
Bassano Dam


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This Town owned facility is managed by the Rodeo Committee. Home of the Annual Amateur Rodeo the last full weekend of June features a fully operational set of corrals, office, announcer booth and outdoor arena. The event moved to this location...

 
Bassano Rodeo Grounds

9th Ave

Phone: 403-641-2947

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Newell Regional Tourism Association

403 – 2 Avenue West
Brooks Alberta T1R 0S3

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