Where to Stay
Whether you’re just passing through or planning to stay a while, High River has incredible dining and comfortable accommodations to make your stay feel like home
Hotels & Lodging
Whether you are just passing through, or plan to stay a while, High River has clean, comfortable accommodations to meet your needs.
The Super 8 High River offers convenient, and affordable rooms located on Highway 23, along the historic “Cowboy Trail”.
The Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre is a full-service hotel, offering an array of on-site amenities that will make your travel experience even more enjoyable, including dining, meeting, banquet and catering services.
The Ramada High River is located near the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex and offers thoughtful amenities for business and leisure travelers alike.
Bed & Breakfasts
If you are looking for a visit that feels a little more like home, High River has two wonderful Bed & Breakfasts offering a “home town” feel and exceptional hospitality. More information is available in the Canada B&B Guide.
Arbuthnot’s B&B is a quiet, cozy, 2 bedroom self-catering cottage in an older part of town. The kitchen is fully equipped, with a fridge and cupboards which are stocked with all breakfast foods. They also have a barbeque and there is a lovely garden – a popular place for honeymooners. Details about Arbuthnots can be found HERE.
The House on the Park adjoins the natural surroundings of George Lane Park. Convenient walking trails along the river, through the park and wild life areas offer an opportunity for a refreshing walk or exercise for our jogging guests. Check them out HERE.
Highwood Views B&B is located in the rural area a10 minutes from High River. Trip Advisor says, "Choose to relax among the gardens, sit to admire the panoramic view of the Rockies or stroll down a country road. Visit the town of High River to peruse the shops, sip a latte, view the murals or stroll next to the Highwood River. Golfing, fly fishing, bird watching and local Farmer's Markets are close and Calgary is just 1/2 hour away. Day trips to Nanton Air Museum, Kananaskis Provincial Park, Head-Smashed-In World Heritage Site and Waterton National Park are all just an easy drive
George Lane Campground is set in a quiet, treed-in area beside the Highwood River, close to unique downtown High River, Alberta, Canada. This campground is 60 Km (35 miles) south of Calgary on Highway 2, within easy walking distance of shopping and restaurants.