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Hunting season is from September to November in the mountains of Southwest Alberta. Book one of our Year-round Cabin accomodations early to ensure you have a spot! We offer great access to the Wildlife Management Unit (400). Call today at 403.399.2331

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Fires

Fires are allowed only in designated fireplaces. Fire pits are not to be moved. Propane or portable fire pits permitted subject to management approval. The Management may prohibit campfires at any time they feel fires may present a hazard. Fires must never be left unattended and must be totally extinguished before leaving site.


Containers may be requested for removal of ashes. The gathering or cutting oflive trees or other vegetation including flowers within the Resort is prohibited.

Gathering of dead fall on the property is permitted upon request. Firewood is also available for sale at the office.

 

Pets

Adanac Adventures is a pet friendly resort. Pets must be kept on a leash and quiet. Please clean up after them and be considerate of others. Due to public health concerns dogs are not permitted in the office or washroom areas. Please do not leave your pet alone for extended periods oftime.

Quiet Hours

II :00 pm to 6:00 am. Minimal noise tolerated, no music. Noise disturbances to others will not be tolerated at any time. Please note that a curfew bylaw is in effect in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass area.

 

Lot Maintenance

Anyone who leaves a site in an unclean condition requiring additional maintenance or cleaning will be held responsible for the cost of such clean-up. Resort lots must be kept in a tidy and clean manor. Grass must be kept cut, trimmed and free of all rubbish and debris. Campers notified of problems and complaints regarding their lot must take appropriate action to comply with resort rules or may be asked to leave the campground.

The Crowsnest Pass is a FireSmart Community. Actions to reduce the wildfire threat to our property and our guests property are mandatory.

The following helps keep all of us safe from wildfire:

  • Remove all long grass, shrubs, logs, branches, twigs and needles within 10 metres of your trailer.
  • Always keep a watchful eye on fire pits when they are in use.
  • Have nearby water supply or fire extinguisher for emergencies.
  • Mow the grass within 10 metres of buildings/trailers.

 

Visitors

Visitors are welcome at the resort, but must register at the office before entering. Unregistered Resort visitors that do not register before entering the Resort will not be welcomed and will be asked to leave Resort premises. Any unregistered person coming into the resort is trespassing, and will be dealt with accordingly.

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