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A small valley town tucked beside the union of 4 waterways, Whitecourt sits within Alberta’s green and leafy Woodlands County. Built on its thriving agriculture, forestry, and oil industries, the town also lures in its fair share of visitors. Outdoor pastimes reel in many, whether it’s fishing on the Athabasca and Macleod rivers, hiking through picturesque trails, or speeding through the winter landscape on a snowmobile. Come summer the town bursts to life with an array of festivals, from river boat races to rousing rodeos.

Things to see

A stone’s throw from the Athabasca River, Whitecourt Golf and Country Club sits amongst some of Woodlands County’s most attractive scenery. With 18 holes of play, the immaculate tree lined course offers sensational views and a relaxed atmosphere. As well as a pro shop and a driving range, the course also features a Bar & Grill, where a sizzling menu awaits you post-round. For those with more energy to burn, The Allan and Jean Millar Centre is Whitecourt’s number one destination for sports and leisure. With a fitness center, squash, racquet ball, and multi-purpose courts, the complex is also home to 2 swimming pools - one of which features a slide for the kids. Whitecourt and District Forest Interpretive Centre is a fascinating stop off for anyone interested in the local environment. With multi-media resources, the center focuses on the forest’s influence on the town of Whitecourt, and features an 800-meter interpretive trail through the forest itself.

Hotels in Whitecourt

Whatever brings you to town, the small but perfectly formed selection of hotels in Whitecourt should satisfy your needs. Much of accommodation here comprises of full service chain hotels, all vying for your booking with their safe bet brand of hospitality. With comfortable rooms offering all the basics, such as WiFi and cable channel equipped televisions, there’s also plenty of amenities on offer. Most of the larger hotels in Whitecourt come complete with swimming pools, fitness facilities, and in some, restaurants and game rooms. Complimentary parking is also standard, whilst some hotels even offer free airport shuttles.

Where to stay

A hotel in Whitecourt’s River Valley area puts you in close proximity to the downtown district, where you’ll find many of Whitecourt’s attractions and commercial offerings. If you opt to stay a little further out however, you’ll never be more than a short taxi ride away from everything there is. The town offers a delicious choice of culinary delights, whether you’ve got a taste for American comfort food or more exotic flavors, such as Chinese. Whilst Whitecourt isn’t known as a shopper’s mecca, you’ll find a healthy mix of locally owned stores and brand name favorites in which to find that souvenir.

How to get to Whitecourt

Situated 2 hours southeast of Whitecourt, Edmonton International Airport is the gateway of choice for those flying into the region. The airport is particularly well connected, serving major destinations throughout Canada and the United States, along with a handful of destinations in Europe too. Once you’ve landed you can get to your hotel via a private shuttle, a car rental, or make the short trip into Edmonton before catching a bus. Whitecourt is served by the Greyhound bus line, making it reachable from anywhere with a Greyhound stop, including Edmonton. The journey between the city and town takes around 2 hours.

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