Laurence, Wendy, Frank and Elisabeth would like to welcome you to BUMP, an off-road riding facility located 45 minutes north of St. Albert in Barrhead County, Alberta. BUMP is a privately-owned, family run business with 4 motocross tracks of varying length and difficulty, and over 40 km of off-road trails.LEARN MORE
PO Box 6 Busby, Alberta
Phone: 780-318-BUMP (2867)
This campground and ATV park came to life just four years ago (2009)! We are right off the pavement, very close to Cross Lake and Long Island Lake. Within a matter of 10 minutes you can also relax and enjoy a round of golf or two at Hidden Valley Golf Course! Our goal is for families to come and relax. Our trails vary in skill levels and the perimeter of the quarter is fenced so the kids can not wander off. It is a great place for the new riders to start and there are some dandy hills for the more daring rider to explore!LEARN MORE
Jarvie Jarvie, Alberta
Phone: (780) 206-7684
Directions: From the town of Blue Ridge, AB, 4 kms North on Hwy 658, turn right, go 1 km Our track is open and ready for daily use. Day passes and memberships are required as well as protective gear.LEARN MORE
Box 2396 Whitecourt, Alberta
Look for marked trails(motorized)and enjoy the beauty of the back woods on your ATV!LEARN MORE
Stanger Hills Staging Area Lac Ste. Anne County, Alberta
Devil’s Lake MX Park is a great place to go to introduce the family to the world of motocross. Check out the event listing for vintage races and junior MX school.LEARN MORE
Highway 37 Lac Ste. Anne County, Alberta
Batt Traps Recreation Centre provides space to camp and ATV. Spend the weekend camping, golfing and ATV’ing all in one placeLEARN MORE
Box 6 Camp Creek, Alberta
Northern Alberta boasts some of the province’s best golf courses, world-renowned for their course design, stunning locale and their ability to cater varying levels of expertise, diamonds in the proverbial rough for golf players of all levels. With that in mind, here’s a list of golf courses that offer excellent golfing options for those wishing to make this a true weekend getaway experience.
Whether your choice of boat is a paddleboat or a kayak, there’s likely something for you to discover somewhere in Northern Alberta’s waters. Here’s a list of potential water adventures waiting.
The warm weather and you: with long months of sun coming up, you’re going to want to spend some time acquainting yourself with the Northern Alberta roads less travelled. Here’s a sampling of adventures you can undertake in the great outdoors, all located close enough to make this a compelling day trip for you and your family or friends, should you dare.