Things to Do in Calgary this May Long Weekend.
Wondering What To Do For May Long Weekend?
Looking for some creative things to do near Calgary this May Long Weekend that you can partake in with the current restrictions? We've complied a list of activities that are still available- whether you prefer to stay in the city, or travel to the mountains!
Granary Road - Bring your family out to Granary Road for the day and visit the petting zoo, giant mazes, and play on their outdoor trampolines, active learning park, and ziplines!
Calgary Zoo - Still open for a one-way, outdoor, Zooventure. Bring your family to the zoo and take a self-guided tour (following the directional arrows) through the zoo, meeting lots of animals along the way!
Canyon Meadows Cinema - Catch a Drive-In movie from the comfort of your own car over the weekend at the Canyon Meadows Cinema, and order some delicious snacks right to your window through their concession store!
TELUS Sparks Centre Movie Rentals - Or stay cozy inside and rent an educational documentary (the same ones screened at the Dome Theater) from the comfort of your own home for less that $2!
Banff Gondola - Take a trip up to Banff for the day and visit the Banff Gondola - a perfect date for couples, or book the Family Experiance and bring the kids! Prices vary depending on dates, but usually range within $29-$45 per adult, or $56 per adult for the Family Experiance (kids ride free!).
Columbia Icefeild Skywalk - Get outdoors and tour the mountains on the Columbia Icefeild Skywalk, follow the walk up to the floored observation platform, located 280 m (918 ft) above the Sunwapta Valley.
Peter Lougheed Provincial Park - Located in Kananaskis. Peter Lougheed Provincial Park Campground offers paved biking, family friendly hiking trails, and an amphitheater.
Bleriot Ferry Campground - Close to Drumhellar, this campground has access to the Red Deer River for floating, fishing, kayaking, and winding through the Badlands.