For some, summer means the start of camping season; for others, it means the start of golf season. You may not have considered that you don't have to choose between the two! There are plenty of gold courses that also have RV parks attached. It makes sense when you think about it; golf courses and campgrounds sit on some of the most beautiful terrain imaginable, so why not share the wealth? We've rounded up a list of three incredible golf courses around Alberta that you can camp at in your RV this summer. Enjoy!
Coal Creek Golf Resort
Just a short hour's drive from Edmonton, you'll find Coal Creek Golf Resort. The place is the essence of a premium golf experience, offering the perfect setting for relaxation, recreation, and fun. The golf course is dynamic, challenging, and incredibly picturesque. Rather than heading out after your golf game, why not make a weekend of it? You can snag a spot at the Coal Creek Golf Resort RV Park, where the spacious spots are the perfect opportunity for a getaway just outside of the city. If you love golfing and RVing, this place is your dream come true.
Mannville Riverview Golf & RV Resort
This beautiful, 9-hold golf course is located 6 km from the village of Mannville in the Vermilion River valley. This 9-hole course is known to be pretty challenging and is one of the first of its kind in the province. Nestled right next to the course is a lovely little RV Park with 36 full-service sites, 25 power water sites and two power-only sites. This is a great way to enjoy a challenging but quick round of golf without having to worry about getting to and from the course that same day. The clubhouse is the perfect place to grab a drink and a bite to eat before heading back to your campsite for a relaxing evening in a lovely setting.
Double Dam Golf Course & Campground
This gold course really couldn't be more beautiful. Surrounded by lush trees and wide-open fields, you're going to absolutely love it here. You'll find this beauty in Rosalind, Alberta, and people travel from around the province to play this course. As for the campground, there is a variety of services and unserviced sites for you to choose from. You'll be close to the bathroom, coin-operated showers, laundry, and more. Of course, there's also a fully licensed clubhouse and restaurant with a lovely patio for you to enjoy your post-golf drink and snack in the sun. With water running alongside and wind blowing through the trees, we can't picture a more serene setting to golf and camp.
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