Red Deer is a city in Alberta, Canada. It is well known for its great achievements in sports and art. Various galleries, museums stand strong depicting years of success and history.
I had the lucky chance of visiting the city in the month of July. I was welcomed with parades, live music, street performers and a plethora of diverse art and culture. I met various tourists like myself during my stay and it is absolutely wonderful how people are so welcoming and comforting towards strangers and treat them as their own.
Fort Normandeau is often seen on the TV or online and I am no alien to its grandeur. The first visit I made was to the Waskasoo Park that houses the fort. But this wasn’t the only park that made us fall in love with nature.
Bower Ponds is a wonderful park with a pond with activities like skating and fishing carried out to keep me and my friends amused. The City Hall Park is another wondrously maintained park with the soothing calmness of a loved one’s heart.
I love to shop and there was no way I would leave without souvenirs. The Kerry Wood Nature Centre is the perfect place to find beautiful authentic products that will always remind you of your days spent in Red Deer.
Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery was one of my most cherished visits being an artist myself. It hosts a haven for any person who appreciates art and history. So visit Red Deer and find a bright, warm, jubilant place to spend a calm, relaxing and peaceful vacation.
It is recommended to spend at least one week during a holiday to this place. Red Deer is easily accessible via all major cities in the country, and the trip will never be regretful.