#ExploreParkland Passport: The Best Way to a Successful Staycation

Tri Region Tourism Day Trip Ideas

Trying to avoid the stress of travel but still want to do something fun this summer? Take advantage of the #ExploreParkland Passport and have a blast on your ‘staycation’! The Travel Local Passport is your guide to creating your own adventure while checking out some of the amazing local businesses within Parkland County. There is something for everyone with over 15 businesses participating in the passport. Visit the Carvel General Store to celebrate their 100th anniversary, take the kids to the Edmonton Corn Maze to get lost in its twists and turns, or stop by Cannor Nurseries for all your garden needs.

Follow these simple steps to have yourself a successful ‘staycation’:

  1. Download and print the #ExploreParkland Passport at home
  2. Check out the Tri-Region Tourism and Parkland County website to see what businesses and activities interest you
  3. Visit businesses participating in the Travel Local Passport to receive a special offer
  4. Act like a tourist in your own region
  5. Spend a day picking fruit at Happy Acres U-Pick. Use your picked berries to make pies or jams
  6. Collect stamps for your #ExploreParkland Passport
  7. Stop by the Spruce Grove or Stony Plain Visitor Information Centre for all your travel information
  8. Book a campsite at Spring Lake RV Resort for a relaxing, family-oriented getaway
  9. Play a round of golf at Pineridge Golf Resort
  10. Submit your #ExploreParkland Passport at the end of the summer to enter your name into the grand prize draw

There is lots to do in the Tri-Region this summer. Check out #ExploreParkland Passport for more info and ideas for your ‘staycation’! #ExploreParkland #TravelLocal