- TripBuzz found 7 things to do with kids in or near Cardston, Alberta.
- From Woolford Provincial Park to Remington Carriage Museum, the Cardston area offers 10 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Parks, Historic Homes and Historic Sites.
- Cardston is situated at the junction of Highway 5 and Highway 2 in the foothills of southern Alberta. Since the small town was founded by several Mormon families, there is a large and architecturally impressive temple. The surrounding rural area and pioneer history of the site also makes the town a central home for many museums focusing around the 1800s.
At Woolford Provincial Park, guests have the opportunity to go hiking, wildlife viewing, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Although the location features fire pits and vault toilets, overnight camping is not allowed.
The Remington Carriage Museum features exhibits that teach guests about the construction and usage of horse-driven carriages. Over 270 carriages are present for viewing at this location, which also features a theater and gift shop.
Affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Cardstone Alberta Temple offers services to its guests from Tuesday to Sunday. Cafeteria and clothing services are available at this location and guests may also schedule baptisms at this site.
The Lee Creek Valley Golf Course offers its players the opportunity to view the nearby mountains and wildlife while playing on a par 71, 18 hole course. The location also features a pro shop and practice facilities.
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The Going-to-the-Sun Road is a 52 mile highway that takes guests on a scenic path through Glacier National Park. Not only will visitors be able to view the location's woods and bodies of water, but they can also spot a variety of indigenous animals.
The Blackfeet Indian Reservation encompasses 1.5 million acres on the Rocky Mountain Font. Visitors to the reservation can drive the 70-mile Blackfeet Trail Tour to learn more about the history, visit the Museum of the Plains Indians, and the Bison Reserve.
At the Lodgepole Gallery and Tipi Village, visitors can visit a Native American Art Gallery featuring the Blackfoot Indian art with a special emphasis on Blackfeet Indian beadwork. Visitors can stay in Blackfoot tipis.