Athabasca, in Central Alberta, is a city of approximately 3,000 people.
This city is located some 80 miles (129 kilometers) from the provincial capital of Alberta, Edmonton and about 230 miles (370 kilometers) from Jasper.
One of the most fun-filled family treats in the Athabasca region is Athabasca Regional Multiplex. Pack for sense of fun, and your camera for a day overflowing with thrills, craziness and great moments.
To get inspired, go and see the Athabasca Native Friendship Centre, one of the most popular museum experiences in Athabasca. Take advantage of the quiet spaces, ask the friendly staff about the guided tours, grab something from the gift shop or just enjoy the well-curated displays.
A place of worship, among the most popular of the many historic sites in this city, is the United Church of Canada. Wander through this fascinating place, learn about its past and find out why it is such a popular destination for tourists and Athabasca locals alike.
In addition to city parks, Athabasca also has several larger ecological parks which offer picturesque scenery and local plant and animal species. To hike around one of the most visited conservation parks, drive out to Meanook National Wildlife Area.
One of the most-visited places to practice your swing in the area is Athabasca Golf and Country Club. Tee off down the excellent fairways, and try to beat the course average, then enjoy re-living your best moments with fellow golf-obsessives in the clubhouse bar.