11 Bucket List Theme Parks In Alberta That Are Worth The Drive

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11 Bucket List Theme Parks In Alberta That Are Worth The Drive

What better way to end off your summer than spending the day at a theme park? Whether you're into rollercoasters, waterslides, or mini-golf, we've got something for you.

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Although none of these are as hype as a trip to Disneyland, Alberta still does offer a variety of theme parks, spread throughout the province for everyone to enjoy. Check out the list, and see how many you can cross off your bucket list before September:

1. World Waterpark // Edmonton

The world's largest indoor wave pool, with more than 21 exciting attractions.

2. Galaxyland // Edmonton

The world's largest indoor amusement park, featuring over 27 rides and attractions for everyone to enjoy.

3. Calaway Park // Calgary

Couldn't make it to the Calgary Stampede? Head over to Calaway Park and check out over 30 rides, and delicious fair food.

4. Sylvan Lake Aqua Splash // Sylvan Lake 

Alberta's first open-water park includes a 15 foot tower, a launch bag, a trapeze swing, and much more.

5. Monster Mini Golf // Edmonton

Like any other mini golf course, but all 18 holes are glow in the dark. How cool is that?

6. Shakers Fun Centre // Calgary

Go-karts, mini golf, laser tag, bowling, and over 60 arcade games, all under one roof.

7. Lakeside Go Karts & Mini Golf // Sylvan Lake 

If you're visiting Sylvan, and tired of hanging out on the water, check out this place. Go karts, bumper cars, and mini golf will keep you occupied all day.

8. Red Lodge Ropes Course // Bowden

Get your adrenaline pumping as you make your way across this high-flying obstacle course.

9. Discovery Canyon // Red Deer

Grab your tube and float down the river, just over 3km outside of Red Deer. Admission is completely free, and you can soak up the sun all day.

10. Jurassic Forest // Gibbons

A 40 acre prehistoric preservation site, full of life size, realistic dinosaurs. Partake in a guided tour, play a round of mini-golf, or play palaeontologist while you dig for dinosaur bones.

11. Cobb's Adventure Park & Corn Maze // Calgary

A petting zoo with kangaroos? Say no more. Cobb's also features a corn maze, mini golf, and giant board games. There's something for everyone to enjoy.

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