Lone Pine Ranch Bed & Breakfast & Bale

Things To Do

With local attractions and activities a short driving distance, there is no shortage of things to do while staying at the Lone PIne Ranch


is a very special place. This hamlet situated on the meandering Lobstick River offers many activities and events.  Near the shores of Chip Lake in the Boreal Lakeland

Chip Lake

Just minutes from the Lone Pine Ranch is Chip Lake.  Enjoy the scenery, fishing or view many of the bird species that call Chip lake home  

Chip Lake Park

The park is situated on Chip Lake and is home to 127 recorded bird species. Prime time for bird watching is the Spring & Fall.  Fishing for Northern Pike, Ling & Perch.  A Music Festival is held each May/June

Pembina River Provincial Park

Located in the towering River Gorge, 20 minutes east of Lone Pine Ranch, is the Pembina River Provincial Park.  The park is a perfect place to picnic along the rivers bank, relax on the beach, go tubing or a swim

Jasper National Park

The In this special corner of Canada, you can thrill to the thunder of Sunwapta Falls, enjoy the serene beauty of Mount Edith Cavell, experience Athabasca Glacier or soak in the relaxing Hot Springs at Miette

Bushman Inc.

Explore the unique diversity and pristine beauty of the Northern Boreal Forest on an Adventure Eco-Tour.  Travel by canoe and on foot exploring the numerous islands and shoals with abundant nesting birds and waterfowl

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Reservations: (780) 325-3817

Guest Comments:

What wonderful good luck that we happened to stop in at Wildwood looking for a B & B.  You have such an awesome place, wonderful breakfast - beautiful cabins.  Thank you for such unparalleled hospitality.  Yes, we will return and send others.  May all go well for you with ranching and hosting.  Thanks

                                    ~ Don & Karen Moench
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