Buffalo Adventures

COME EXPLORE THE REAL CANADIAN WEST!


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Description:

Buffalo Adventures is an experience and learning-based consortia of tourism attractions in the Wainwright/Provost region in east central Alberta led by the Wainwright Buffalo National Park Interpretive Centre Foundation and the Bodo Archaeological Society.

Aboriginal buffalo hunters, hollywood movie crews, dedicated wildlife conservationists, long-suffering homesteaders, and moonshine-swilling prisoners of war - these are a few of the true stories that will captivate you on our Buffalo Adventures tours and programs.

TOURS AND PROGRAMS: There is alot going on out here! Come check out what's going on and see where adventure can take you!

Curriculum-based school tours are available at our Wainwright and Bodo Archaeological Sites.

COME EXPLORE THE REAL CANADIAN WEST!
  • Bodo Kids Camp
  • The Prairie Landscape Nature Tour
  • Bodo School Programs
  • Wainwright School Programs
  • Adult Dig-It Camp
  • Family Lifeways
  • Daily Drop-in Archaeology Tours

Buffalo Adventures regional tourist attraction provides visitors with authentic, entertaining and meaningful tours and programs that revolve around buffalo and rural life. No other prairie experience can top our unique combination of living history and live hospitality. Anyone with a desire to see the unspoiled Canadian West should come and experience hands-on Buffalo Adventures. There’s nothing else like this in all of western Canada.

Tours include themes on Buffalo National Park, the Bodo Archaeological Site, POW Camp 135, historic sites (Main Street, Kemah Ranch and St. Norbert’s Church), collections (John Deere tractors), modern bison ranches. Meals at local restaurants can be added to your Buffalo Adventures and are also available at some sites. Accommodations at hotels and Bed & Breakfasts can be booked as part of a Buffalo Adventures package

Phone: 780-842-9247
Website: 
www.buffaloadventures.ca


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