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St. Albert is the second largest city in the Edmonton Metropolitan region of Alberta, Canada. While it’s essentially a suburb of Edmonton, St Albert has retained its small-town feel on the edge of the city. RV rental in St Albert is a great way to enjoy the mix of city and country that this part of Alberta offers. There is no better option for being able to take in all this wonderful location has to offer. Book an RV in St. Albert and start your next excursion today.

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The Great Outdoors

A short drive to the east in your St Albert RV rental by owner, you’ll find Elk Island National Park near Fort Saskatchewan. The park straddles Highway 16, but only the north side is accessible. With its lakes and rolling hills, the park offer plenty of options for outdoor recreation, such as fishing, canoeing and hiking the many trails through the woods.

But Elk Island is best known for its wildlife. The park is home to a herd of bison that roam freely through the preserve. Seeing these magnificent beasts in their natural habitat is an unforgettable experience. The park is also home to other wildlife such as porcupines and coyotes. And ungulates like elk and moose are frequently encountered. In fact, Elk Island has the densest concentration of ungulates in North America. Plus, if you visit at the right time of year, you might witness the breathtaking spectacle of the Northern Lights. Elk Island is a Dark Sky Preserve, where artificial light sources are limited to maintain great views of the night sky. A luxury RV rental in St Albert is a great way to explore this relatively small but unique park.

Elk Island isn’t Alberta’s only Dark Sky Preserve, though. Four hour’s drive west in your St Albert motorhome rental, the rolling prairies turn to towering mountains as you enter Jasper National Park. Straddling the border between Alberta and British Columbia, this massive park offers glittering glaciers, stunning turquoise lakes and abaundant wildlife. Ski the pristine snow that crowns the mountains. Hike backcountry trails through ancient pine forests. Feel the roar of towering waterfalls. Jasper offers the very best of the Canadian wilderness. And if you decide to stay a little longer, there are multiple campgrounds in which to park your St Albert travel trailer rental.

Jasper National Park is big enough and wild enough to make you feel like you’ve left civilization far behind, even if it does get millions of visitors a year. But if you really want to get away from it all, head north to Wood Buffalo National Park. It’s a long drive, but RV rentals in St Albert, AB allow you to take your time and see more of the province. And this vast park is worth a special trip. At over 17,000 square miles, this is Canada’s largest national park. But its remote location means it recives only a fraction of the visitors of Jasper. If you really want to get away from it all, Wood Buffalo is as wild as anywhere on earth.

RV Parks

Alberta is RV country, and you shouldn’t need to go too far to find a place to park for a night or two.

Kinsmen RV Park in St Albert is a great option. All of the sites provide complete hook-ups and paved roadways.There are shower and washroom facilities too. Its waterside location in Lois Hole Centennial Park will make you feel as though you’re in the countryside, but this campground is close to all that St Albert has to offer. If you’re up for a walk, the center of St Albert is under 2 miles away.

The city of Edmonton offers more options for places to stay in your RV rental near St Albert. Riverside RV Park, close to to west side of Edmonton, offers 300 acres of space with over a mile of riverfront. As well as full hookups, it has laundry and shower facilities. It even has its own boat launch so that you can get out on the river. But for all its seeming isolation, it’s only 15 minutes from the city. West Edmonton Mall was once the largest in the world, and while that’s no longer true, it still has everything you could need to make your vacation a great one.

Around the City

St Albert is big enough to have everything you need. There are several large grocery stores to kep you stocked up on supplies. And you won’t be short of places to eat; St Albert offers Italian, Cajun, Chinese, Japanese and many other restaurants.

When it’s time to explore the city, St Albert Botanic Park offers a peaceful place to escape the city bustle. With hundreds of varities of plant, it makes a great place to spend an afternoon.

The St Albert Grain Elevator Park gives visitors a glimpse of Alberta’s agricultural past. This open-air museum has two grain elevators and a reconstructed railway station to show what life was like for Albertans at the turn of the last century.

St Albert makes a great base to explore central Alberta. Rent an RV and start planning right away.

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