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Tucked away in the southern end of Alberta, Canada, Airdrie is an industrial city surrounded by the majestic Rocky View County. Drive your luxury RV rental north for a little over ten minutes to vibrant Crossfield, or drive a little further up north to the popular city of Calgary for a fun-filled day of sightseeing.
If you were to travel back in time to 1889, you would find Airdrie as a railroad town with a limited amount of railway buildings during the construction of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway. Jump forward to the 21st century and you'll find a city bustling with life and energy. Book an RV in Alberta today to explore exciting destinations such as Iron Horse Park, Nose Creek Valley Museum, and Bert Church Live Theatre. Whichever way you flip the coin, you simply can’t go wrong while motorhome camping near Airdrie.
Nestled just on the outskirts of downtown Airdrie, you'll find the intriguing Iron Horse Park, an interactive representation of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). Bring the kids and hop on one of the 1/8th scale locomotives for a quaint ride along adorable miniature train tracks and landscapes. See Rocky View County in one of the most unique settings in all of Alberta. And when you’re done, enjoy a picnic lunch at one of the many colorful picnic tables, or browse artifacts and purchase souvenirs at the park’s very own full-size replica of a CPR station.
Looking for an activity that keeps the whole family engaged? Take a trip across town for a fun-filled day at Chinook Winds Regional Park! With over two kilometers of paved pathways to bike, hopscotch, or walk, a full skate park, and an exciting spray park, the area is designed for state-of-the-art outdoor recreation. Love volleyball? Check out the park’s beach volleyball court, or the four regular volleyball courts around the area. From a multi-use court to a toboggan hill, Chinook Winds Regional Park has it all.
Dive right into one of Airdrie's centerpiece attractions at Nose Creek Regional Park. You’ll love visiting this family-friendly park, although you might be surprised to find an outdoor escape from civilization right in downtown Airdrie. Encompassing 20 acres of lush landscape, a glistening pond filled with trout just begging to be fished, and several nature trails, the park is a breath of fresh air from modern distractions.
Renting an RV in Airdrie and looking for a place to hitch up your motorhome? Choose from dozens of RV parks surrounding the city. With all of the parks located less than an hour’s drive away from the sights and features of Airdrie, choose from rustic dry camping spots to luxurious resort sites. Comfortably situated under a half-hour's drive away, in Cochrane, Bow RiversEdge Campground offers both a clean environment and modern comforts. Full RV hookups, waterfront views, and zippy Wi-Fi are just a few of the treats you can expect while motorhome camping here.
Looking to escape from the city life for a little while? Drive a little over a half-hour away from Airdrie to Ghost Reservoir Campground in Cochrane for the gateway into rest and relaxation. As the campground is inside Ghost Reservoir Provincial Recreation Area itself, you’ll love the spacious accommodations and numerous aquatic activities nearby. Also under a half-hour’s drive away is Irricana Municipal Campground and Carstairs Municipal Campground, both of which offer electrical hookups and hot showers.
Bring the campervan rental on over to Airdrie to explore a resident favorite: the Nose Creek Valley Museum. Come and peruse over 2,000 years of local history spread throughout ten exhibits. Whether you're looking to participate in a guided tour, or browse at your leisure with the kids, the museum caters to both.
While you’re in town, travel less than ten minutes to Bert Church Live Theatre, constantly showcasing new and world-renowned talent. You can enjoy comedy, music, and live performances right in town. You’ll love the high-quality sound and brilliant lighting systems all set to work in this beautiful, wheelchair-accessible facility.
Vacationing in the festive month of December has more than one perk here in Airdrie as the annual Festival of Lights is held the full month in the evening hours. Planned out 12 months in advance, this spectacular tradition is one of Canada's biggest and brightest Christmas light displays. Although you may be holding your breath in wonder, you'll definitely want to keep your eyes open for this colorful event. Snap the glowsticks and bundle up warm for a night of frosty fun and vibrant decoration at the Airdrie Festival of Lights.
If you’re low on fuel, fill up on gas or groceries at one of the numerous gas stations in Airdrie. With easy access to multiple standalone grocery stores, gas stations, and convenience stores, you won’t have to worry about leaving town with an empty tank. If you’re looking for some hearty restaurant options, then cozy up to the idea of fresh food in the categories of delectable Italian, flavorful Japanese, American steakhouse, gluten-free, and fast-food. Enjoy a solo meal in the quiet of the morning, or bring your date for a flavorful night of relaxation right in town. Rent an RV in Airdrie to create untold family memories for your vacation scrapbook.