ONE CAMPGROUND, SO MANY WAYS TO HAVE FUN!
From water attractions to sports facilities to opportunities to explore, Rustic River has a terrific variety of activities that bring families together and let kids be kids! Take a look – there’s something for everyone!
FISHING INFORMATION FOR 2021 – North Saskatchewan River – AT RUSTIC RIVER RESORT is on Mainstem from Bighorn Dam downstream to Hwy 22/39
OPEN: APR. 1 to OCT. 31 – BAIT BAN, Except maggots and only from August 16 – October 31
Check out the Alberta Fishing Guide for details on stocking and availability. Before enjoying your fishing trip be sure to consult your copy of the Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations available at all locations that issue fishing licenses.
GETTING STARTED WITH GEOCACHING
Geocaching (pronounced geo-caching) is a worldwide game of hiding and seeking treasure. A geocacher can place a geocache anywhere in the world, pinpoint its location using GPS technology, and then share the geocache’s existence and location online. Anyone with a GPS device can then try to locate the geocache.
The Geocaching website contains a side heading called Hide and Seek a Cache. Clicking on this heading will take you to a page where you can instantly start a search for geocaches near you.
Unfortunately, this activity requires the accompaniment of a GPS device, since the website gives you the coordinates and map of where to find the geocache.A membership is required to complete most searches on this website. To become a member, you may sign up on the website as well.
Canyon Creek Golf Course
Nine hole golf course with power cart rentals. Washroom facilities available. Club house has a covered deck and offers meals and refreshments. Visa, MasterCard and Interact accepted.
Pine Hills Golf Course
Just a 10 minute drive away . Well maintained 18 hole golf courses in Central Alberta. Power cart rentals, full service club house and pro shop.
Caroline Golf Course
18 hole golf course with power cart and club rentals. Golfing is on a first come first serve basis, no bookings taken for tee times.
The North Saskatchewan River is Alberta’s 4th largest river. It flows from the Rocky Mountains through Nordegg and Rocky Mountains House, north to Edmonton and into Saskatchewan. Members of the Rocky Canoe Club have paddled this beautiful river over 20 years! Please visit River Guide Brochure and North Saskatchewan River Corridor Map links for information.