Elkwater Lake Lodge Fall Escape

Elkwater Lake Lodge Fall Escape

Enjoy the beauty of the Cypress Hills this fall!

Flashlight in the Maze Sept 17th

Flashlight in the Maze Sept 17th

Find your way in the maze by flashlight! Or grab a group and join in the Archery Tag fun!

Fall in Love with the Cypress Hills Destination Area

Fall in Love with the Cypress Hills Destination Area

Experience the CHDA at its most beautiful and serene.

Watch our Video

Watch our Video

Click on the picture above to see what the Cypress Hills Destination Area is all about! Featuring Adam Cohen's hit song "We Go Home"

The Grasslands Project

The Grasslands Project

Get a glimpse of life on the prairies with the release of The Grasslands Project

Featured Vacation Packages

Fall Escape

Fall Escape

Explore the beauty of the Cypress Hills this Fall at the Elkwater Lake Lodge.
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Zip n' Sip Adrenaline Package

Zip n' Sip Adrenaline Package

Enjoyed this adrenaline rush package with Eco-Adventures , finished with a great meal at The Resort at Cypress Hills
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Sunset Horseback Adventure

Sunset Horseback Adventure

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind evening guided wildlife horseback experience.
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Cowboy Adventures (June - September

Cowboy Adventures (June - September

"Cowboy comfort" with atmosphere and western hospitality! Enjoy traditional ranch activities at a pace that you can truly take in the experience and enjoy your surroundings!
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Featured News

Why Cypress Hills is a biking mecca | FestivalSeekers

August 29, 2016 / No Comments , , , ,

If you’re a mountain biker looking for a fantastic variety of uncrowded, world-class trails then it’s time you made a visit to Alberta’s best kept secret – Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. With roughly 50 kilometres of trails – and more in the works, you’ll find lots of choice. Source: Why Cypress Hills is a biking mecca | FestivalSeekers

Get Me Outdoors: Cypress Hills (Elkwater, AB)

August 17, 2016 / No Comments , , , , , ,

by Alberta Parks Ambassador – Tyler Dixon The Cypress Hills rise 600 metres above the surrounding prairies making it the highest point between the Canadian Rockies and the Labrador Peninsula on the east coast. The unique mix of climate, geography, and ecosystems create a home for an extensive diversity of plants and animals. Eighteen species of orchid have been recorded Read More

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