Camrose in Central Alberta is home to around 16,000 people.
Edmonton, the provincial capital, is situated 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the northwest of Camrose, while Calgary is 150 miles (241 kilometers) to the south.
If you feel like learning something new in Camrose, take the family to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum and the Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. Of all the museums in the Camrose area these are among the most highly praised.
In addition to urban parks, the local city also has some larger nature preserves where you can go to see picturesque landscapes and some notable wildlife. To explore one of the most visited local conservation parks, head out to Mirror Lake Park.
There’s no reason to neglect your swing when staying in Camrose; visit Camrose Golf Course, home to the fastest greens, nastiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouse in the area. Work on your backswing, see if you can hit a hole in one, then enjoy re-living your best moments with local and visiting golf nuts in the clubhouse.
The Wetaskiwin and District Heritage Museum is a great place to go to discover the city’s fascinating past. Admire the center’s fascinating exhibits and browse the ancient artifacts that are on show.
Treat the whole family to Camrose Regional Exhibtion Grounds, the perfect place to let your hair down with the children. Laugh, play and be amazed at this must-do attraction for families with hard-to-impress children.