Lodge in Buck Lake Canadian Rockies Alberta
Kramer Pond Lodge Buck Lake Canadian Rockies Alberta Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Accommodations: 6 lodges and units.
Address: KPL Box 521, Buck Lake, Alberta, Canada, T0C 0T0
Activities/Attractions: Buck Lake sits in the rolling hills within the County of Wetaskiwin, 105 km southwest of Edmonton and 70 km north of Rocky Mountain House. The nearest centre is the town of Drayton Valley, 30 km to the northwest.
The beauty of the lake is different for all the visitors but the one key attribute that most will agree is the extra space and tranquility it provides. The wild life around the lake changes in every season. In the spring the lake is the nesting spot for many species of song birds.
In the summer, the town becomes home to visitors from throughout the province and hosts weddings and family reunions. In June the lake hosts a fishing derby which also coincides with possibly the best fishing time at the lake.
Early in July, the town hosts the Buck Lake Stampede which draws great interest from the region bringing with it thousands of attendees and hundreds of participants. There is no better rodeo experience where you can be so close to the action.
If golfing is your thing, a full service 18 hole course is just minutes away and if you are looking for more variety you should consider Pine Hills course which is cut into the forest just north of Rocky Mountain House. Drayton Valley's golf course is home to a world champion long drive winner. To the east you can consider a couple courses near Pigeon Lake. You can also enjoy:
General Information: Welcome to Kramer Pond Lodge in Buck Lake, Alberta ... offering Cabins and Chalets secluded in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. Our Facilities are rustic but include all modern conveniences with each lodge fully self contained with private kitchens, washrooms and outdoor hot tubs. In total throughout the lodge there are sixteen bed rooms, five of which are doubles not including six sofa hide-a-beds in living room areas.
Our lodge is situated mid-way between Edmonton and Calgary close to Jasper and Banff National Parks. We’re only a couple hours from The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology in Drumheller and Lake Louise: much closer than that to West Edmonton Mall and the Reynolds Museum in Wetaskiwin. Kramer Pond Lodge is perfect for family reunions, corporate getaways, women's retreats, camping. We offer exceptional value compared to other facilities in our area and we are Pet Friendly! Facilities include:
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
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