Creek Cottage

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The Creek Cottage is of a timber frame construction, a remodeled vintage ranch house from the turn of the century with a glass enclosed hall edition. This is our largest and most secluded facility. The hall or sunroom has a fireplace and will seat approx. 50. There is a large hot tub, BBQ and fire pit off the west deck, and a sun deck to the south. This lodge has three bed rooms each with a double and single, and a fourth doubling as a laundry. There's a bath and a half, a large fireplace in the living room with piano, and a ranch style kitchen with wrap around oak cupboards. It rents for $195.00 nightly + Tax. It sleeps ten or more with additional fees of $10.00 per person per night for numbers over ten.

Our Facilities are rustic but include all modern conveniences. Each lodge is fully self contained with private kitchens, wash rooms, and outdoor hot tubs. In total throughout the lodge there are fourteen bed rooms, five of which are doubles not including six sofa hide-a-beds in living room areas. The Pine Lodge (above) is of manufactured log construction with cathedral ceiling and master bed room in the loft overlooking the living room fire place and piano. It is of 1980's vintage and contains a bath and a half, two bedrooms, each with a double and single, dining area off the kitchen, sunroom, and a front deck. Behind this lodge is a lawn area with BBQ hot tub, and fire pit overlooking Kramer Pond. It sleeps six and has a single fee for overnight guests up to that number.

Many guests visit our lodge not as a destination in itself but as a central home base from which to visit the many other attractions in central Alberta. First and foremost is the idea that 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 in Drumheller and Lake Louise. Much closer than that to West Edmonton Mall and the Renyolds Museum in Wetaskiwin. Dozens of lakes and golf courses pepper the maps of this area and yet we're quite secluded in the forest, on the edge of a vast green belt stretching to the Rockies


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