Places to stay in Brooks, Alberta

We currently have 29 accommodations in and around Brooks with other regional listings available for B&B's, Motels, Campgrounds, Hotels and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:

Brooks, the "Oasis of the Alberta Badlands" in the middle of a near-desert climate with a shortgrass prairie environment, near the Dinosaur Provincial Park and Lake Newell - providing sailing, windsurfing, fishing, hunting, and camping. Local restaurants include Starbright Restaurant, Athenai Dining Room, Pizza 2 For 1, and Cosmic Pizza Alberta Ltd.

Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the region are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Brooks is located close to Deadlodge Canyon, Berry Creek, Spring Hill, Lonesome Lake and Onetree Creek.

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A Lake Shore Bed & Breakfast Spa

Photograph of A Lake Shore Bed & Breakfast Spa, Brooks
A Lake Shore Bed and Breakfast is a relaxing retreat where people come to escape the everyday hustle and bustle. Our 5200 square foot lake front home was built as a bed and breakfast with our guests' comfort in mind. It offers a welcoming and luxurious environment where people can relax, be .....

The Lake Shore B&B

Photograph of Lake Shore B&B, Brooks
A Lake Shore Bed and Breakfast is a relaxing retreat where people come to escape the everyday hustle and bustle. A 5200 square foot lake front home built as a bed and breakfast with guests' comfort in mind. Nestled beside White Pelican Park, it offers a welcoming and luxurious environment where .....

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  • Longitude: -111°53'38.4
  • Latitude: 50°34'3.3599

Things to see and do

Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Cananda

Located at Newell County Road #4, PO Box #60. Dinosaur Provincial Park is a world renowned UNESCO Heritage Site featuring abundant fossils, a riverside campground in a stand of cottonwoods, self and guided tours, a gift shop and canteen . The Badlands - Great rivers that flowed here 75 million years ago left sand and mud deposits that make up the valley walls, hills and hoodoos of modern-day Dinosaur Provincial Park. At the end of the last ice age (about 13,000 years ago) water from the melting ice carved the valley through which the Red Deer River now flows. Today, water from prairie creeks and run-off continues to sculpt the layers of these badlands, the largest in Canada. The result is an eerie landscape that looks like another world!

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