3 Best Golf Courses in Red Deer
- April 24, 2021
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Spring has officially sprung and, golfers, you know what that means: ’tis the season! Golfing is a popular pastime here in Red Deer and our city has no shortage of greens to play on. Plus, golf makes for a great activity to do during a relaxing staycation. Find our best picks for local golf courses below.
River Bend Golf and Recreation Area
Framed by the Red Deer River and 420 acres of forested parkland, the River Bend Golf and Recreation Area offers a beautiful 18-hole, par 72 championship course. If you prefer to just get in a quick game or work on your swing, River Bend also features a nine-hole mini-links course and a large driving range.
Alberta Springs Golf Resort
The award-winning Alberta Springs Golf Resort is known as one of the best golf courses in central Alberta. Located just six kilometres west of Red Deer, it offers a top-quality, well-manicured 18-hole course in a scenic, peaceful setting that’s appropriate for any skill level. The patio of their on-site restaurant, The Loft, is open for dining.
Spirit Creek Golf & Country Club
Located in the Blindman River Valley and tucked away within a thick forest of spruce trees, there’s a good chance you’ll spot some wildlife during your golf game at the Spirit Creek Golf & Country Club. The course features 18-holes across more than 4,000 yards for peaceful experience in a natural setting.
Retreating to your guest room or suite at the Days Inn Red Deer is just the ticket after a day on the links. You’ll enjoy comfortable and spacious accommodations, with luxurious in-suite amenities like fireplaces and jetted hot tubs for ultimate relaxation. Get in touch to book your getaway with us today.
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- March 24, 2021
Red Deer is a nature lover’s paradise. And with the Alberta city being surrounded by so much natural beauty, there is no shortage of opportunities to view the wildlife that also call Red Deer home—and up close and personal, at that!