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Paradise Inn & Suites Redwater Blog

June
18

Fun attractions within easy driving distance of Redwater

posted by: Paradise Inn & Suites on: June 18, 2018 2:05:24 PM



Did you know that if you book a room at Paradise Inn & Suites Redwater you’ll be within easy driving distance of three great tourist attractions? It’s true. Load up your car and in no time at all you can be exploring a section of Canada’s great outdoors, or simply taking in the sights and sounds of Alberta’s capital city. Whatever you end up doing, you’ll have a relaxing and spacious room to return to once you’ve finished having fun for the day. Each and every room is equipped with everything you need to have a thoroughly pleasant stay during your time in Redwater, including a kitchenette, 42” flat screen television, and free high speed Wi-Fi.

 

Redwater Provincial Recreation Area

 

If you’re looking for nothing more than a relaxing break in nature, then look no further than Redwater Provincial Recreation Area, which is just a short fifteen minute drive from our hotel. This area provides the perfect opportunity to reconnect with nature in a non-strenuous way, with great front country hiking available that’s suitable for the whole family.

 

Edmonton

 

You’ll be less than an hours drive from Alberta’s capital city when you stay at our hotel. Edmonton is jam packed full of great tourist attractions, including several great museums. There’s the Art Gallery of Edmonton, which showcases art from Canada and across the globe, and TELUS World of Science, a large science museum with its own planetarium.

 

Elk Island National Park

 

Take a trip to Elk Island National Park, which is around an hour from Redwater, and you’ll be able to see a wide range hoofed wildlife, including bison, elk, moose, and deer - all without stepping foot out of your car. Needless to say, this is one of the best spots to see wildlife and offers a great retreat into nature in a unique setting.

 

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