Winter Sport Institute
Train like an Olympian, at least for a day: at this park, you can speed down slopes on a bobsled or soar over the 90-meter ski jump. Originally built to host Calgary's 1988 Olympics, C.O.P now offers fun activities all year long.
Tour 180 historical exhibits and relive the past through a huge collection of working antiques and artifacts.
This zoo is home to over 1000 animals from all over the world, including Kamala, the famous painting elephant, as well as to the Botanical Garden and a Prehistoric Park for dinosaur lovers.
The new Science Center
TELUS Spark is a place for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore and discover science, technology and art in a way that their normal day-to-day life doesn't allow for. It's a place to experiment and to play, with freedom and without consequence.
Calgary Farmer’s Market
With over 80 vendors supplying customers with fresh local produce, art, meat, poultry, international food, organic goods, jewelry and more.
Royal Tyrrell Museum
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is Canada's only museum dedicated exclusively to the science of palaeontology. In addition to housing one of the world's largest displays of dinosaurs, the Museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun, and educational programs that bring the prehistoric past to life.
Pick your destination and travel to another world at the Glenbow Museum. Learn the story of the Blackfoot people, try on shining armour as you explore the life of warriors, travel to Asia and Africa, and see one of the world's oldest known rocks all in a day's visit.
Located just 3 minutes east of Mountain View Camping, this man-made lake offers boating and public park/beach areas.
Cross Iron Mills Shopping Center
Premier shopping center, Cross Iron Mills is located just 20 minutes from Mountain View Camping. With over 300 boutique and outlet retailers paired alongside unique architecture, multiple dining options, and movie theatre, there is something for everyone!
Village Square Leisure Centre
Village Square Leisure Centre features a safari-themed water park with a wave pool, slides and splash zone. With our full size gymnasium, modern weight room and fitness/dance studios there are plenty of ways to get fit and have fun!
Fort Calgary brings history to life by telling the stories of the Mounted Police site, the settlement and the people of Calgary through dynamic interpretation and exciting exhibits.
It's about Family Fun!
Factor in the Park's one-pay gate, offering day passes which include unlimited rides, attractions, must-see Calaway Live shows and unparalleled street performers such as stilt walkers, jugglers and clowns, not to mention lots of free parking – and it's easy to see why families of all sizes venture out to Calaway Park's stunning location in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains to enjoy a day full of safe, reasonably priced family fun.
Built in 1967, the Calgary Tower offers a 360 degree view of the city from 626 feet in the air. During the 1988 Winter Olympics a flame burned at the top of this famous building; now, its a major tourist attraction.