Places to stay in Fort Mcmurray, Alberta
We currently have 40 accommodations in and around Fort Mcmurray with other regional listings available for Campsites, Hotels, Inns, Motor Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Fort McMurray is best known for its association with the oil sands industry. It is the top employer in the region with many available jobs in oil sands and supporting industries. In the summer season Fort McMurray offers canoeing, kayaking and wilderness adventure tours . Local dining options include Pita Pit, Famous Wok, Smitty's Restaurant, and Havanas Cafe.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the region, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Fort Mcmurray is located close to Halfway Creek, Gregoire Lake 176A, Ritson Island, Pushup Lake and Morton Island.
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Selected and best reviewed properties in Fort Mcmurray
I am sure the person who reviewed this park on 5/25/2010 must have arrived after a bad rain or it was early in the summer travel season. We find this park to be very close to downtown and much less expensive than the bigger RV park along the highway. The bath house is the cleanest we have ever .....
Other local Fort Mcmurray information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -111°22'49.226
- Latitude: 56°43'34.966
Things to see and do
Macdonald Island Park Corp
Located at 151 Macdonald Drive. Located in Fort McMurray Alberta, MacDonald Island Park is Canada’s largest community recreation, leisure and social centre. The Island is home to Suncor Community Leisure Centre, Miskanaw Golf Club and Shell Place.
Fort Mcmurray Golf Club
Located at Real Martin Drive. Fort McMurray Golf Club was designed by Bill Newis of GPEC Designs. Ranked one of the must play golf courses in Alberta by the Edmonton Sun. Carved out of the Borealis forest and nestled along the banks of the Athabasca river. Lots of shots over valleys and creek beds. Large greens for easy shot acceptance with varying degrees of undulation. Majestic beauty throughout the golf course enhances the enjoyment of playing. Demanding tee shots from the championship tees provide a formidable challenge for the experienced golfer.
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