Area Attractions

Perfectly situated near great attractions

Our Fort Saskatchewan hotel’s perfect location and convenient access to area attractions make the Comfort Inn & Suites a great place for business and leisure travelers in the Fort Saskatchewan, CN area.

Elk Island National Park
Elk Island National Park is second only to the Serengeti for the most hoofed wildlife. Feel the thrill of seeing wild bison in their natural habitat. Watch for herds of elk, and the white tailed deer and moose that roam the park.

Fort Saskatchewan Sheep
Sheep grazing in the middle of a city is not typical – but then again, neither is Fort Saskatchewan! You can see sheep herding in action with our expert shepherd

Prairie Gardens Corn Maze
Prairie Gardens is a 35 acre adventure farm with over 50 fun farm activities, corn maze, u-pick strawberry farm, and pumpkin patch.

Kalyna Country
Kalyna Country is the most comprehensive tourism and travel information for Northeast Central Alberta, Canada.

West Edmonton Mall
West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping mall in North America. It was the world’s largest mall until 2004. West Edmonton Mall covers a gross area of about 5.3 million sq ft and there are over 800 stores and services.

Fort Saskatchewan Museum & Historic Site
Established in 1970, the three-acre Fort Saskatchewan Museum and Historic Site at 10006 – 100 Avenue is ideally located in the heart of Fort Saskatchewan.

Jurassic Forest
Jurassic Forest is a prehistoric dinosaur park near Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, where children, families and co-workers can discover and learn in an outdoor environment.

Royal Alberta Museum
The Royal Alberta Museum is a natural and human history museum located in 30 minutes from the Comfort Inn& Suites is owned and operated by the Government of Alberta.

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is an open-air museum depicting the pioneer life of east central Alberta’s early Ukrainian immigrant settlers.

Alberta Railway Museum
Over 50 pieces of equipment are on display at the Alberta Railway Museum, including items from Canadian National Railways and Northern Alberta Railways.