Rocky Mountain House

Rocky Mountain House is a small town in Alberta, Canada located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It is a popular tourist destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and skiing.

Visit the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site: Discover the history and culture of the area by exploring the many interpretive displays, costumed guides, and reconstructed buildings and monuments from the fur trade era.

Enjoy the outdoors: There are plenty of outdoor activities to choose from in Rocky Mountain House, including camping, hiking, fishing, and biking. You can also take a boat ride along the North Saskatchewan River or explore the nearby trails and parks.

Try your luck at a casino: The Rocky Mountain House Casino offers a variety of table games, slot machines, and live entertainment.

Shop at local stores: Rocky Mountain House is home to a variety of unique specialty shops and boutiques, where you can find handmade crafts, handmade jewelry, local artwork, and more.

Visit the local museum: The Rocky Mountain House Museum features exhibits on the area's history and culture, including artifacts from the fur trade era, aboriginal rock art, and more.

Take in a show: Rocky Mountain House is home to a number of local performing arts groups, including the Rocky Mountain House Players and the Rocky Mountain House Music Festival.

Sample the local cuisine: Rocky Mountain House is home to a variety of restaurants, from traditional Canadian fare to international cuisine.

Attend a festival: Throughout the year, Rocky Mountain House hosts a number of festivals and events, including the annual Rocky Mountain House Music Festival and the Rocky Mountain House Native Arts Festival.

How to get to Rocky Mountain House

Facilities at Rocky Mountain House

  • Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site
  • North Saskatchewan River
  • Sylvan Lake Provincial Park
  • Rodeo Grounds
  • Wolf Creek Golf Resort
  • Canoeing and Kayaking
  • Boating and Fishing
  • Hiking and Biking Trails
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Horseback Riding