Welcome to this great land in the middle of nature! Come and camp directly under the trees!
You will have your choice of setting up on a wide open field with great view of northern lights when they decide to be active...or more secluded wooded areas.
There are neighbours all around, but mostly there is very little noise outside of weekend lawn mowers and roosters crowing.
The field has many flat areas and some shade.
There is a seasonal pond with croaking frogs, that usually dries up during the summer.
The sanitary facilities
There are no outdoor sanitary facilities.
You are welcome to share our washroom and shower in the house.
You are welcome to share our internet.
Password available upon arrival.
You will have to be fully equipped and self sufficient as far as cooking equipment is concerned, but you are welcome to fill up portable water containers.
There is no dumping facilities for RVs and water fill up for RVs is only possible for a fee, as we have to truck in water.
Alberta’s capital city is always celebrating something, from arts and culture to food and wine, dragon boats, winter and even accordions.
You have more than 60 festivals to choose from, year round.
Plan to spend the better part of a day – or longer – at West Edmonton Mall, which is the largest shopping and entertainment complex in North America and the size of a small city.
Explore Edmonton’s museums and historic sites.
Come to the famous farmers’ market in the Old Strathcona and visit with local vendors. Explore the galleries and shops, find a funky restaurant and stick around for the night life – live theatre, music and dancing.
Recreation facilities within Sherwood Park include the Broadmoor Arena, Glen Allan Recreation Complex, Kinsmen Leisure Centre, Millennium Place, Sherwood Park Arena/Sports Centre and Strathcona Athletic Park as well as a BMX bike park, a BMX bike pump track and a skateboard park.
The community also has 37 parks and sportsfields.
Close by is South Cooking Lake and Ministik Lake for hiking and beautiful scenery. There are small communities the same distance as Sherwood Park but east of us, like Tofield. Tofield is known for its agricultural auctions, has some nice 'watering holes' and a Ukranian Village style Museum.
Almost directly north is Elk Island National Park.
Elk Island National Park is situated in the Beaverhills area, which with its aspen thickets and easy access to water, has provided shelter for wintering herds of elk, bison and moose since times immemorial.
Though there was never any permanent First Nations settlement in the area, there are over 200 archaeological remains of campsites and stone toolmaking sites.
The land has been influenced by the Blackfoot, Sarcee and Cree Native Canadians.
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
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