From the cliffs along side the South Saskatchewan River, to the boreal forests lining the Cypress Hills, we have a trail and the terrain to suit everyone.
The Saamis Tepee was originally built for the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics.
Newly built outdoor riding arena in nearby Dunmore has many great equestrian events throughout the 2021 season.
We love local brews!
Enjoying life 1⁄4 mile at a time.
Racing starts June 18, 2021
One of the Longest Seasons and discounted packages to make it easy to Golf in Medicine Hat!
The most striking feature in Red Rock Coulee is the amazing round red rock boulders it’s named for. They strangely exist in the middle of a prairie.
A Pioneer Home & Coal Mine, Farm Animals, Playground, Two Small Lakes, Concession and BBQ area, all at Echo Dale Park! Open June 18-August 31, 2021
You can catch a thrill every other weekend in the Hat!
Races start June 19, 2021
Every Saturday June 5, 2021-October 3, 2021
Enjoy all of the great patio options in Canada's Sunniest City!
Free Outdoor Spray Parks in Medicine Hat
Virtual Reality, Axe Throwing and Golf Simulator, there's 12,000 Sq ft of Fun for all ages
Not sure what geocaching is but love family fun outdoors? Check this out!
Miniature golf, fun for the whole family!
See the city from a whole new perspective.
Looking for something to do? A beautiful lake, hiking, beaches, playgrounds and more!
Visit Etzikom Museum and learn about the history of wind power, see reproductions of an early 1900's town, plus much more! Open Now for the 2021 Season.
Try the Castle Shaped Drive Thru at Tino's for Dinner & Local Favorite Swirls Ice Cream for Dessert!
Over 240 acres of natural reserve, Police Point Park is a nature lovers dream.
Where are they now? We've got links to all your favorite Medicine Hat food trucks!
We have put together our Top 6 Medicine Hat Landmarks for you to safely enjoy from the confines of your vehicle! #FlattenTheCurve
Create memories that last a lifetime.
The Esplanade is where arts and heritage come to life, where the stories of our culture are told through music, dance, paintings, artifacts and more.