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Rhonda & Dave’s guidebook

Rhonda & Dave

Rhonda & Dave’s guidebook

Ranch Approved Sightseeing Trails/ Fine Dining
Experience Adventure - Ranch Tracker, Walking, Hiking, Forest, River water, Pond Fishing Family Get Together - Activities, Picnics, Kids Park, Trail Rides - Pony Rides Romantic Ambience - Fine Dining , Intimate - Sleigh Rides, Private Horse drawn carriage rides ,
The Jewell of Red Deer Heritage Ranch is connected to Red Deer’s astonishing walk trails and paths. If you’re looking for an active day outside after stopping by Heritage Ranch, you and your family can explore the trails that run beside the Red Deer River. Approximately 1.5 km away you can find Mitchell Pond. Mitchel pond has a list of features including a kids park, benches for picnics, and a large pond for fishing. Trail Rides , Pony Rides , Children's Horse Camp RANCH TRACKER https://youtu.be/HOtL9uo0dbY Experience the thrill of being a fugitive. Shortly after you are dropped off, we release the ranch tracker and the game is on. You have one hour to remain at large and capture all four flags. You are equipped with a map of the area and a compass, or if you prefer, a GPS option is available. Stay low, move slow when you can, and run hard when you get the chance. Celebrate your victory with a Ranch Approved ribeye steak dinner! Heritage Ranch Building Tour https://youtu.be/v4G6QiJTVGI West Lake Grill - Voted " Most Romantic" "Best Fine Dining" in Red Deer. CHEF'S TABLE Enjoy the ultimate dining experience: a six-course dining adventure. The food just keeps coming and the taste sensations build. Wine pairings or sparkling beverage options are included in this extraordinary culinary adventure.
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Heritage Ranch
6300 Cronquist Dr
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The Jewell of Red Deer Heritage Ranch is connected to Red Deer’s astonishing walk trails and paths. If you’re looking for an active day outside after stopping by Heritage Ranch, you and your family can explore the trails that run beside the Red Deer River. Approximately 1.5 km away you can find Mitchell Pond. Mitchel pond has a list of features including a kids park, benches for picnics, and a large pond for fishing. Trail Rides , Pony Rides , Children's Horse Camp RANCH TRACKER https://youtu.be/HOtL9uo0dbY Experience the thrill of being a fugitive. Shortly after you are dropped off, we release the ranch tracker and the game is on. You have one hour to remain at large and capture all four flags. You are equipped with a map of the area and a compass, or if you prefer, a GPS option is available. Stay low, move slow when you can, and run hard when you get the chance. Celebrate your victory with a Ranch Approved ribeye steak dinner! Heritage Ranch Building Tour https://youtu.be/v4G6QiJTVGI West Lake Grill - Voted " Most Romantic" "Best Fine Dining" in Red Deer. CHEF'S TABLE Enjoy the ultimate dining experience: a six-course dining adventure. The food just keeps coming and the taste sensations build. Wine pairings or sparkling beverage options are included in this extraordinary culinary adventure.
Water/Ice Sports
Paddle Boating , Kayaks, Canoes ,Water walking, Ice skating, Entertainment , Playground, Serenity garden, Fishing, Trails, Fire Pit
Bower Ponds Amenities & Activities Bower Ponds features a playground overlooking the Red Deer River, a serenity garden and a natural amphitheatre with a covered stage. In winter, come and enjoy skating (no hockey sticks/pucks permitted), tobogganing or walking the trails. Fishing at Bower Ponds is permitted. However all Alberta province wide regulations involving sport-fishing must be adhered to. Trails This multi-season park offers almost two kilometres of paved trail around the interconnected ponds. Branching off from the ponds, paved trails lead to Great West Adventure Park - BMX and Lions Campground to the north and Heritage Ranch to the south. Through the Waskasoo Park Trail System, it is possible to connect with the entire city. For more information on the 110 kilometres of soft and hard surface trails that traverse Red Deer's Waskasoo Park trail system, including up to date information for the winter months, visit the Trail Map page. Summer Paddle-boats, kayaks and canoes are available for rental in the warm summer months. For your safety, life jackets are included with the boat rental fees. To enhance your water experience, water balls have also recently been added to the rental options. A water ball is a large inflatable sphere that allows a person inside it to walk across the surface of the water. The giant ball is about two metres in diameter and has a zippered entrance to allow for easy entry and exit. Winter Skate aids, helmets, and skate rentals of various sizes are available to get outdoors and enjoy a winter day. Want to bring your own skates but they're a bit dull? Skate sharpening is also available for a nominal fee. Fire wood Residents can purchase firewood for $10/bag at the Pavilion concession during business hours or bring their own wood with these considerations in mind: Park users should not bring elm wood to their fires in order to minimize the spread of Dutch Elm Disease. Park users are also prohibited from cutting down branches or using deadwood found in parks. Using deadwood to make a fire interferes with the natural processes in our parks. Dead and decaying trees protect our soil, water and wildlife habitats. Park users are encouraged to purchase firewood from local suppliers such as Kerry Wood Nature Centre and Fort Normandeau, to reduce the risk of introducing tree pests. View the Bower Ponds page for more information, including hours of operation and contact information.
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Bower Ponds
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Bower Ponds Amenities & Activities Bower Ponds features a playground overlooking the Red Deer River, a serenity garden and a natural amphitheatre with a covered stage. In winter, come and enjoy skating (no hockey sticks/pucks permitted), tobogganing or walking the trails. Fishing at Bower Ponds is permitted. However all Alberta province wide regulations involving sport-fishing must be adhered to. Trails This multi-season park offers almost two kilometres of paved trail around the interconnected ponds. Branching off from the ponds, paved trails lead to Great West Adventure Park - BMX and Lions Campground to the north and Heritage Ranch to the south. Through the Waskasoo Park Trail System, it is possible to connect with the entire city. For more information on the 110 kilometres of soft and hard surface trails that traverse Red Deer's Waskasoo Park trail system, including up to date information for the winter months, visit the Trail Map page. Summer Paddle-boats, kayaks and canoes are available for rental in the warm summer months. For your safety, life jackets are included with the boat rental fees. To enhance your water experience, water balls have also recently been added to the rental options. A water ball is a large inflatable sphere that allows a person inside it to walk across the surface of the water. The giant ball is about two metres in diameter and has a zippered entrance to allow for easy entry and exit. Winter Skate aids, helmets, and skate rentals of various sizes are available to get outdoors and enjoy a winter day. Want to bring your own skates but they're a bit dull? Skate sharpening is also available for a nominal fee. Fire wood Residents can purchase firewood for $10/bag at the Pavilion concession during business hours or bring their own wood with these considerations in mind: Park users should not bring elm wood to their fires in order to minimize the spread of Dutch Elm Disease. Park users are also prohibited from cutting down branches or using deadwood found in parks. Using deadwood to make a fire interferes with the natural processes in our parks. Dead and decaying trees protect our soil, water and wildlife habitats. Park users are encouraged to purchase firewood from local suppliers such as Kerry Wood Nature Centre and Fort Normandeau, to reduce the risk of introducing tree pests. View the Bower Ponds page for more information, including hours of operation and contact information.
Museums
Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum Discover, Experience and Explore Alberta's Sports History The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum provides a family friendly interactive experience. Be surprised at what you will discover inside. Have fun, laugh, play together and discover famous Alberta sports celebrities. Plan your birthday party, special events or corporate reception in a unique environment.
Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum
4200 Queen Elizabeth II Highway
Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum Discover, Experience and Explore Alberta's Sports History The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum provides a family friendly interactive experience. Be surprised at what you will discover inside. Have fun, laugh, play together and discover famous Alberta sports celebrities. Plan your birthday party, special events or corporate reception in a unique environment.
Shopping Mall
Grocery store and fresh bakery . IDA drugstore, Medical walk in clinic, Liquor store, Papa Baldy's Pizza and Pub featuring weekly live music, Mom’S Diner.
This mall is walking distance just down the back alley from the house. You will find what you need to get the basics to set yourself up for you stay with us.
West Park Shopping Centre
3733 57 Ave
This mall is walking distance just down the back alley from the house. You will find what you need to get the basics to set yourself up for you stay with us.
Recreation /Adventure
https://www.kraayfamilyfarm.com A 15-acre maze made up of nine feet high corn divided into three phases. Over 40 fun activities. See our hours and admission info and join the fun today.
Three Mile Bend Recreation Area - Off Leash Park Three Mile Bend Recreation Area is a 55 hectare natural area that caters to a variety of outdoor activities. It is located on the North Bank Trail adjacent to the Red Deer River. The Site Three Mile Bend is located on 76 Street, accessed from Riverside Drive. The site includes: canoeing ponds canoe / kayak boardwalk picnic area remote control car track freestyle ski jump off leash dog area trails The pond is cleaned by a floating solar-powered mechanism called a SolarBee. This low-maintenance green technology uses no grid-power and no chemicals, and has an approximate life span of 25 years.
Three Mile Bend
Three Mile Bend Recreation Area - Off Leash Park Three Mile Bend Recreation Area is a 55 hectare natural area that caters to a variety of outdoor activities. It is located on the North Bank Trail adjacent to the Red Deer River. The Site Three Mile Bend is located on 76 Street, accessed from Riverside Drive. The site includes: canoeing ponds canoe / kayak boardwalk picnic area remote control car track freestyle ski jump off leash dog area trails The pond is cleaned by a floating solar-powered mechanism called a SolarBee. This low-maintenance green technology uses no grid-power and no chemicals, and has an approximate life span of 25 years.
Kraay Family Farm, Home of the Lacombe Corn Maze, inc.
Athletics
Fitness classes, Men's and Women's Sporting Events, education.
Opening on RDC's Main Campus in the Fall of 2018, the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre / Centre des Jeux du Canada Gary W. Harris will be a world-class, inclusive facility that integrates education and learning with sport and training. This centre will allow students to grow their skills to be successful in a variety of health and wellness careers. The new building will serve as the venue for RDC's Kings and Queens sport programs as well as other local, provincial, national and international sporting events. This community facility will also aim to promote healthy lifestyle development within Red Deer and central Alberta. Click here to stay informed about construction, enjoy a video, and learn more about the opportunities this centre will provide for you, our students, and the community we serve.
Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
120 College Cir
Opening on RDC's Main Campus in the Fall of 2018, the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre / Centre des Jeux du Canada Gary W. Harris will be a world-class, inclusive facility that integrates education and learning with sport and training. This centre will allow students to grow their skills to be successful in a variety of health and wellness careers. The new building will serve as the venue for RDC's Kings and Queens sport programs as well as other local, provincial, national and international sporting events. This community facility will also aim to promote healthy lifestyle development within Red Deer and central Alberta. Click here to stay informed about construction, enjoy a video, and learn more about the opportunities this centre will provide for you, our students, and the community we serve.
Food and dining
Step back in time at this 1950’s- 60’s themed Diner that serves up an Early Bird Classic Breakfast and Daily Lunch Specials !
Mom'S Diner
3722 57 Avenue
Step back in time at this 1950’s- 60’s themed Diner that serves up an Early Bird Classic Breakfast and Daily Lunch Specials !
The Story ... We are the mom‘s of Mom’s Diner and we want to provide you with great home style meals for great value . We’ve got 100% beef burgers and our fries are fresh cut to order. Our milkshakes are think and delicious and our desserts are baked in-house with love . We want to support local programs and fundraising and give back to the community. Without you there would be no us .So let’s do this together!!
Mom'S Diner
3722 57 Avenue
The Story ... We are the mom‘s of Mom’s Diner and we want to provide you with great home style meals for great value . We’ve got 100% beef burgers and our fries are fresh cut to order. Our milkshakes are think and delicious and our desserts are baked in-house with love . We want to support local programs and fundraising and give back to the community. Without you there would be no us .So let’s do this together!!