Delve into the rich history of the fur trade at the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Park where marked trails take you through four original fur trading posts.

What is now a timber, agriculture, oil and gas resource center was once the site of four fur trading posts in the early nineteenth century. The National Historic Park site features a walking trail system where audio guides and illustrated signs take visitors from post to post. For the nature enthusiast, there are several signs depicting the plants of the region as well as other natural points of interest.

Rocky Mountain House offers outdoor activities such as golf, canoeing, fishing in the nearby Prairie Creek and trail riding. In the winter, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and cuddling up beside a fire are favourites.


Golf, fishing in Prairie Creek adjacent to the Inn or in nearby lakes and rivers, museums, historic Rocky Mountain House National Historic Park, boating, beaches, dog sledding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, ice climbing, cycling and mountain biking.


The prairie creek inn

The Prairie Creek Inn

Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

A 4 ½ star bed and breakfast country inn offering ten luxury guest rooms and cabins in Rocky Mountain House.  As well, you will experience fine dining and an executive meeting centre all within steps of Prairie Creek. Situated twelve minutes from Rocky Mountain House, two hours from Calgary and Edmonton and fifty-five minutes from Red Deer.

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