Calgary Stampede Park, Calgary
About Calgary Stampede Park, Calgary
Calgary Stampede Park, Calgary - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1410 Olympic Way SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2W1, Canada
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
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The venue for one of Calgary’s most awaited annual events, the Calgary Stampede, the Stampede Park is not otherwise visited. But if you’re going to miss out on the 10 day exhibition, you might as well go and give the venue a look. Take a walk along the grounds and parks and don’t forget to check out the grain academy.
Calgary Stampede Park is known for most awaited annual events, the Calgary Stampede after which it has been named. As you buy tickets for Calgary Stampede Park tours, you get to experience the amazing rodeo shows and one-of-a-kind events of the world-famous Calgary Stampede in Alberta. Since it is a popular attraction, you will always find lines for getting Calgary Stampede Park tickets. If you are interested in knowing the detailed Calgary Stampede Park ticket prices, you can visit out tickets section for a better information before you actually make a visit. As you buy tickets for Calgary Stampede Park, you get the added advantage of hassle free entry. Tickets for Calgary Stampede Park are easily available, however, hurry up and book before the deal is over.
Calgary Stampede Park Information
- Entry is free.
- The Stampede Park is closed on the weekends.
How To reach Calgary Stampede Park by Public Transport
- EB 12 Av SE@ Olympic WY (bus stop).
Restaurants Near Calgary Stampede Park
- Reader's Garden Cafe
- Melrose Cafe & Bar
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Calgary Stampede Park, Calgary Reviews - Write a Review
Most years I go to the grounds and walk around. I am a senior and the entrance is free on Tuesday. I feel the whole thing needs a whole re-think. It has been a hit for so long that they don't have the balls to change it in any way. That's safe thinking but a lot of people are complaining. The really greatest thing in life are worth a really good plan to grow. I have done a lot of listening to others and most of the people I know feel this way more so than I do. Is sad really. It is like the gutless people involved keep winning and this is sad.
A definite must do if you're in the area during the stampede. Loads of fun and excitement. Great spot for the whole family. From entertainment shows to rodeo competitions to vendors etc etc.. I'd recommend booking a motel or whatever, months early as they fill up fast and the price goes up.
go every year. I really look forward to the popcorn stand they have here. its the best around. this is a good event for the family. seems like they make an effort to bring in new attractions every year and we always have a good time.
The weather has been glorious this year at the Stampede! R.I.P Zipper ride. It is with great sadness that we bid farewell to the greatest ride ever. I heard that the parts manufacturer for the ride has ceased operations so it is impossible to maintenance it. I can't count how many times I rode that. On a more positive note this year it was a great decision to put the Bell motorbike show indoors in the Coral. It gave reprieve from the heat to be in an air conditioned arena with plenty of seats and quick access to them to watch the spectacle. The BBQ area with the mechanical bull pit was fun and entertaining. The access to it was not as clear as in years past though. A more central entrance would be appreciated again. The opportunities to enter free of charge are great. The Stampede Board has remembered that getting traffic for their exhibitors is the number one priority and it sure relieves financial pain for visitors. All in all another great edition of the largest rodeo show in the World.
Stampede is like a money vacuum. The second you're boots hit the pavement you're spending cash. And everything cost about 50% more than normal. Except cowboy hats. You can get those free with a case of Budweiser. But then you'd have a case of really bad beer you'd have to find a home for. If you like rodeo, hit up one if the small town rodeos nearby and save a mortgage payment .
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