Lose yourself in the history of Áísínai’pi Provincial Park.
Dinosaur Provincial Park
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is two hours east of Calgary. Many dinosaur fossils have been uncovered in its unique landscape.
Midland Provincial Park
Midland is north of Drumheller in the heart of the Canadian Badlands. Visit the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum and walk the Badlands Interpretive Trail.
Waterton Lakes National Park
Here rolling plains meet mountains on the Canada-Montana border. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a dark sky preserve, a biosphere reserve and Waterton Lake.
Castle Provincial Park
Castle Provincial Park is nestled between Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass. It contains diverse topography, heritage sites and Castle Mountain Ski Resort.
Elk Island National Park
Drive 30 minutes from Edmonton and you’ll be in the rolling hills and glassy lakes of Elk Island National Park. This park is excellent for viewing wildlife such as bison, elk and over 250 bird species.
Lakeland Provincial Park
Venture three hours northeast of Edmonton to the heart of lake country. Lakeland Provincial Park holds a dark sky preserve, a canoe circuit and backcountry camping areas.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Cypress Hills stretches through Alberta and our neighbour to the east, Saskatchewan. It’s the highest area in Canada east of the Rockies and is made up of lush valleys, hills and lakes.
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park / Áísínai'pi
Áísínai'pi National Historic Site (also known as Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park) is a sacred landscape for the Blackfoot people. The park contains one of the largest concentrations of petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings) in North America.