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Edmonton is a spectacular city located on the North Saskatchewan River. It is the second largest city and capital of the Canadian province of Alberta. This city has a semi-arid continental climate. It is not only an excellent place to live but also a great place to visit. There are innumerable RV parks and campgrounds located all over this city. Longriders Edmonton RV Parks is the largest RV Park in Edmonton. There are 228 RV sites including 18 pull through sites. The guests are provided 15amp, 30amp and 50amp power, shower house, firewood, picnic tables, camp stoves, coin laundry, big rigs, telephone, high speed internet and propane services. This campground is open throughout the year. The nearby attraction includes places such as Fort Saskatchewan and Redwater, Legal and Morinville, Goose Hummock Golf Resort and Heartland Industrial Area. This RV Park is ideally located in the Edmonton. There are 168 spacious and well equipped sites in this park. It can accommodate RV's, motor homes, and campers of all sizes. Approximately seventy five percent of the sites over here have full hook-ups (water, electricity and sewer) and twenty five percent have partial hook-ups (water and power).
The guests are provided various facilities such as hot showers, clean washrooms, laundry, picnic tables, wireless internet, sani-dump, stores and playground. It is a highly prestigious and reputed RV park over here. It is one of the largest and cleanest parks in this area. The guests can relax and enjoy in the quiet and tranquil atmosphere of this park. There are around 288 spacious and well equipped sites over here. The guests are provided various amenities such as picnic tables, water taps, clean washrooms, internet, general stores, recreational hall, Laundromat, 30amp, and 50 amp services. Whitemud Creek Golf & RV Resort is a fun filled RV resort located in the south west Edmonton. It is nested in the quiet and beautiful valley. The guests can bask in the prairie sunshine and enjoy the majestic forest over here. There are 85 sites and 9-hole golf course in this park. The staff over here is extremely polite, friendly and cooperative. These are some of the fine RV parks which provide excellent amenities. Do not forget to visit them on your next trip to this place.
If the steam train is not in , you see a great view of the Midway Park on the 1920s street. Curb you enthusiasm and wait for the train. It will take you on a circuit through the park all the way back to 1865 and deposit you at the gates to old Fort Edmonton a fur trading outpost. I love the old blacksmith shop or forge. It would be where I would imagine myself to be if I were back in this era. If not the smith I'd be the cooper. One works metal the other wood. The forge is where all the metalwork takes place. Everything is hand made. Hinges, hooks, nails pins, tools and even weapons. This fort relied on the river boats as well so many of the boating fixtures were made as well. The York boats were the main method of transporting the furs back east towards Hudson's Bay where the trade ships would take it overseas.
These boats were hand built and hand propelled and they were large enough to carry loads measuring in tons. The cooper made the barrels,casks, bodkins, buckets and ladles and many other containers and implements used to contain or distribute products from nails to sugar and flour. Just the smell of the woodshop brings back days spent in my dad's wood working shop helping sand furniture and oiling or polishing many of the various projects he had going. Down this street is a one room school house, a tradesman's cottage, a forge, a print shop with a milliners shop above. There is also a bakery, a church a few shops and a hotel a saloon and a stable. The official buildings start with the NWMP Outpost with the jail out back as well as the Dominion Lands office. One of the original survey posts for the river lots is preserved as well. Of course the Sanderson cookies cakes and breads, but those are sold now over in the Jasper House Hotel. Ottewell's homestead is at the far west of the street with livestock and a garden stocked each year.
Check out the beautiful food burning stove. We always name the pigs, "Porkchop", "Hamhock" and "Bacon". It's fun to watch them grow over the season. On 1905 street we have a streetcar. Things are moving faster. Alberta is coming together as a province and the world is seeing what we have. Banff National and Jasper National Parks are being advertized to the world and people are coming here in droves. There are so many more people coming in that there are not enough houses for them and people are living in tents. The boom times are on. I just like the street car that loops through the 1905 and 1920's streets. What else do you need? A midway, a theater, a working hotel, a Mosque, a telephone switchboard and a gas station. There's more. A working farm, an aviation hanger, a drugs store and ice cream parlor inside Bill's Confectionery. There is even a Ukrainian cultural interest with Ukrainian Bookstore. Blanchard's field is special in the fact that it was in central Edmonton and is where my Dad started his tour of duty with Canada's Air Force.