Elk Island National Park
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Elk Island National Park is Canada's largest completely enclosed national park, and contains the second largest population of bison. A 35 mile ute drive from Edmonton.
Elk Island National Park is a national park in Canada that played an important part in the conservation of the American bison. The park is administered by the Parks Canada Agency. This "island of conservation" is located 35 km east of Edmonton, Alberta along the Yellowhead Highway, which goes…
So many great pullouts to go for hikes. Hiking for all ages. Learn the history of the area and enjoy watching the herds of bison.
Dark sky spot to view the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) during a solar storm, or general star-gazing any night. Day hikes, overnight hikes. See the wild bisons. 1 hour drive east of Edmonton.
Only 25 min drive away . Open all year round. Use of car necessary to drive there and around park but you are able to walk also.
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“Edmonton International Airport (YEG) is approximately a 16 mins drive from the property.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“It’s a fun place for adults and children to see the Ukrainian culture and how the first Ukrainians lived in Canada. And the see the culture they brought with them. Open select holidays and summer time.”
- Door 8 locals aangeraden
“The best place to go in Alberta if you have kids with you. Highly recommend!”
- Door 9 locals aangeraden
“A full day trip. Be sure to stop at the Athabasca Falls and Sunwapta Falls along the way. At the Icefields you can walk to the toe of the glacier, take a snow coach tour out onto the ice, book the skywalk tour and explore the interpretive centre. ”
- Door 6 locals aangeraden