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Canadream RV Sales

2510 27th Street NE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T1Y 7G1
Phone: 403.444.0004
Toll Free: 1.800.461.7368


Woody's RV Centre

Highway #1 West (Next to Calaway Park)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Phone: 403.240.1212
Toll Free: 1.800.531.4695


Area RV Rentals

Affordable RV

2550 Centre Avenue NE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2A 2L2
Phone: 403.207.6877
Fax: 403.207.5535


Go-West RV Centre

540 Meridian Road NE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2A 2N7
Phone: 403.272.7870
Toll-free: 1.877.353.3636


Canadian Leisure RV Inc.

8415 - 31 St SE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2C 4S8
Phone: 403.236.5144
Toll Free: 1.800.669.5855
Fax: 403.236.5141


Cruise Canada

2980 26 St NE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T1Y 6R7
Phone: 403.291.4963
Toll Free: 1.800.671.8042


Canadream Campers Inc.

2510 27th Street NE
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T1Y 7G1
Phone: 403.291.1000
Toll Free: 1.800.461.7368
Fax: 403.291.5509


Fraserway RV Rentals

536 Kingsview Way
Airdrie, Alberta, Canada T4A 0B3
Phone: 403.948.5051
Toll Free: 1.877.782.3434
Fax: 403.948.5171

About Calgary


Nestled in the foothills of Canada’s Rocky Mountains, Calgary, Heart of the New West™ is a place where visitors come to explore the heritage of the Canadian West.


This safe, clean city (located approximately 300km south of Edmonton and 150km east of the Rocky Mountains) offers the best of all worlds: a modern, vibrant city of over 1 million people, and outdoor adventures in pristine wilderness.

Calgary and area is known for its big blue skies and has a moderate four-season climate, with large variations in temperature between seasons and from one locale to another.


 Summer days in the city of Calgary are usually warm and dry with cool evenings because of the altitude and proximity to the mountains. A unique phenomenon called a Chinook wind can raise temperatures more than 20 degrees in one day, turning winter days into spring.


Tourism Calgary (1-800-661-1678) includes sightseeing and adventure information, attractions, shopping, accommodations, dining, transportation, and area publications from Tourism Calgary.


Yee-Haw!  Calgary is home to the World-Famous Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. During Stampede Week the city of Calgary is unlike any other place in the world. Our great city is flooded with tourists of all nationalities and ages. You'll see why it's called "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth". Ten non-stop days in mid July, every year.


Calgary travel guide from Yahoo! Travel.


Discover Calgary has information and photos about attractions, activities, accommodations, trip planning, and local businesses.


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About Alberta

Alberta's grandeur and beauty are obvious from the moment you arrive. Located in the Mountain Time Zone where the Rocky Mountains meet the vast prairie, Alberta's varied landscape provides its approximately 2.9 million residents with a quality of life second to none. It's also known for its sunny climate and varied geography.


 Culturally diverse, and politically and environmentally secure, Alberta has one of the strongest economies in North America. Alberta (named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria) was proclaimed a province on Sept 1, 1905.


Travel Alberta is the official destination marketing organization for the province of Alberta. Funded by the Government of Alberta, it promotes Alberta as a tourist destination. Within North America: 1.800.ALBERTA (252.3782).  Outside North America: 1.780.427.4321.


Discover Alberta includes maps and information about tours, attractions, restaurants, shopping, and more.


Canadian Rockies offers a vacation guide produced by locals for Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, Canmore, Waterton, Golden and the national parks in Canada's Rocky Mountains.


Discover Alberta's Rockies is a travel guide to the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. Includes information on car rentals, activities, accommodation, shopping, and more.