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3111 26 St NE, Calgary, AB, CA, T1Y 7E4

  • Phone: (403) 735-1966
  • Fax: (403) 735-1955
4.3 out of 5 (126 reviews)
89% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»Village Square Leisure Centre

A recreational zone, this city-owned pool also offers twin ice arenas servicing mainly local hockey teams, as well as a large gymnasium and a fitness studio. But the real draw is the five-acre indoor waterpark and its feature waterslide, the Pepsi Thunder a six-storey high climb with a twisting descent. There are four other slides, as well as two hot tubs, a dive tank and a wave pool churning out meter-high play waves. There are kiddie pool areas for toddlers also.

2623 56th Street NorthEast
Calgary, AB T1Y 6E7

»Calgary Elks Lodge & Golf Club

After decades in operation, this semi-private club course has a seasoned, mature feel to it in comparison to the courses surrounding it. The course plays from four different tees with total lengths ranging from 5,376 to 7,051 yards. The course winds along the Nose Creek Valley, and water comes into play on several holes. Since Calgary Elks Lodge & Golf Club is semi-private, there are some access restrictions for non-members. To round out the experience, the facility boasts a driving range, putting greens and a fully stocked pro-shop.

2502-6 Street North East
Calgary, AB T2E 3Z3

»Calgary Climbing Centre - Stronghold

With winter dominating the Calgary climate scene, summer sport enthusiasts are often forced to retreat indoors. Calgary Climbing Centre - Stronghold offers year-round climbing for those wintry days when the real mountains are just too cold. The Stronghold boasts an impressive area of climbing including bouldering caves and 30 climbing walls of varying difficulties. The facility comes complete with showers, change rooms and equipment rentals. The qualified staff also offers a range of instruction for adults, youth and corporate groups. do call ahead to plan your visit.

140 - 15th Avenue North West
Calgary, AB T2M 0G6

»Thorncliffe-Greenview Community Association

Thorncliffe-Greenview Community Association is a recreation and socializing space for the residents of Calgary. This center provides racquetball courts, four lane bowling alley, baseball courts, an outdoor hockey rink and tobogganing hill where people can enjoy varied sports activities. Other entertaining activities such as craft fairs, private parties and dance shows are also hosted here. Their lounges and meeting rooms with top-quality catering services are the perfect venue for planning any kind of event. But the weekly fund-raising bingos held here are the ones that cannot be missed!

5600 Centre Street North
Calgary, AB T2K 0T3

»Prince's Island Park

Statistics say that Prince's Island is one of the most used urban parks in North America. Come here on a sunny day and you will not doubt it. Originally, the island was used to catch felled trees floating down the Bow River from logging projects upstream. Now this bit of serenity in downtown serves as a favorite venue for joggers, football tossers, family picnics, flocks of Canadian Geese, buskers, Shakespearean actors and nearly every major festival that Calgary hosts. This is also a great place for a quiet paddle down the river. Admission is free. Open daily from 6a.

4 Street and 1 Avenue Southwest
Calgary, AB T2J 7A7

»Inglewood Bird Sanctuary and Nature Center

This beautiful wildlife reserve is located in the Inglewood area of Calgary, covering 36 hectares (88 acres) and is popular for bird watching. The reserve is home to over 270 species of birds, various plant life and 27 species of butterflies. The flat and relatively easy walking trails are ideal for families or school outings and wind around a peaceful lagoon with lush foliage. Be aware that dogs, bicycles and bird food are not permitted, so plan your trip accordingly.

2425 9 Avenue Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 0V7

»Calgary Pathway System

Calgary boasts the largest pathway system in North America. Nearly every day of the year, regardless of the weather, you can find Calgarians running, walking, riding, rolling and even skiing along 223 miles (360 kilometers) of paths. The network twists its way through countless municipal parks, alongside rivers and reservoirs, past skyscrapers, into valleys and through mini-forests, fields of wildflowers and other surprises. Use of the pathways is absolutely free. Maps are available from several outlets.

1st Street South East
Calgary, AB T2P 2M5

»Shaw Millennium Park

Situated the westend of downtown Calgary, the Shaw Millennium Park is one of the hugest entertainment venues in Alberta, which easily accommodates thousands of visitors at a time. Claiming to be the biggest skatepark, it is no wonder that festivals of international caliber are held here throughout the year. Maintained by the Calgary Recreation Department, this park has a concrete skating rink which is frequented by children during winter. With well-facilitated basketball courts and family park, this place has definitely helped keep kids off the streets. 

1220 9 Avenue Southwest
Calgary, AB T3C 0A1

»Foothills Athletic Park

The Foothills Athletic Centre is replete with sports and fitness facilities. From eight tennis courts, four soccer fields, long jump pits to running tracks, they also have provisions for lesser popular sports like javelin throw, pole vault and discus throw. Call ahead for event bookings.

2424 University Drive
Calgary, AB T3B 5K9

»Kart World Family Fun Centre

Kart World Family Fun Centre features go-karts, an 18 hole computerized miniature golf course (it plays pranks on players at every hole), bumper boats (perfect fun for hot days), and a black-lit maze for Lazer Tag. There is also a picnic area, a video arcade and a snack bar. Kart World is happy to book parties for large groups, including corporate and birthday parties, and barbecues are available on request. This is a perfect venue for the children and the childish. Check website for rates. Hours vary seasonally.

5202-1st Street Southwest
Calgary, AB T2H 0C8

»Outdoor Program Centre

Whether your idea of outdoor adventure is a multi-day mountain expedition or an afternoon of in-line skating, the Outdoor Program Centre at the University of Calgary will have you outfitted. The center offers everything from hiking trips to cross-country ski outings, first aid courses to bicycle repair clinics, and sea kayaking tours to avalanche survival training. Its rental department loans out equipments of all kinds, whether you need a camping stove or a canoe. Prices are reasonable and the staff seems to know everything about everything.

2500 University Drive North West
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4

»Olympic Oval

Olympic Oval, one of the sites of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, continues to be a solid attraction for tourists. The massive silvery-white roof that covers this huge building on the University of Calgary campus is an engineering and architectural marvel.  The facility remains the fastest speed skating track in the world, with records routinely shattered at World Cup competitions staged each year. Several national teams, including Canada's, train here, offering fans a chance to have very close brushes with the skating elite. The track is regularly open to the public for skating on regular or rental speed skates. Visit website for more details.

2500 University Drive North West
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
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