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Getting Here

At the heart of the Alberta prairies, Camrose is known for its gorgeous greenery and extensive trail system.

Map of Canada and Alberta

Arrive by air

Camrose is strategically located less than 75km from the Edmonton International Airport (YEG).

There are currently no shuttle options that offer transportation between the Edmonton (YEG) and Camrose. Taxi, Uber, or renting a car are the best options to get to Camrose.

The drive from the airport to Camrose traverses fertile, luscious cropland that set the scape for the prettiest sunsets every single day.

Got a small plane? Land at the Camrose Airport!

Plane on Runway

Road trip it

Camrose is centrally located in Alberta in close proximity to major transportation corridors. Roadtrip to Alberta attractions like Banff, Jasper and Drumheller.

Let Camrose be your destination. With an extensive park and trail system, there's lots to keep everyone engaged. Take in live music at the largest country music festival in North America at Big Valley Jamboree (BVJ) or at indoor theatres year round.

Arrive by foot

The Waskahegan Trail is a 309km experience. The trail makes a loop, beginning south of Edmonton and heading to Wetaskiwin then east to Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, north to Elk Island Park with a portion that is just outside Camrose. Many out-and-back options are available as well as longer stretches.

Person walking along a trail in the fall with walking poles.
Waskahegan hiking trail map


Elk Island National Park

Miquelon Lake Provincial Park



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