Country vacation cabins on the Athabasca River east of Jasper National Park near Hinton. Our fully-serviced cabins are open year round. We generally have a minimum two night stay policy unless one night is open due to the way others have booked or one day in advance late bookings. Nightly rates are based on double occupancy with additional person fees charged for extra adults or children. During the summer months rates are charged per night, with breakfast available on-site. We are Pet Friendly and have overnight holding corral for guests traveling with horses, bed and bale. May to October we also offer guided horseback trail riding, riverside Teepee, tent or RV campsites. Off-season we offer multi-night discounts and weekly rates. Old Entrance is a 15 minute drive from the town of Hinton and a 50 minute drive from the town of Jasper, Alberta. Convenient stop-over along Bighorn Highway #40 North or Yellowhead Highway #16.
Local knowledge is submitted by travellers and is based on personal experiences. This might include recommendations of places to eat or drink, things to see and do, local shopping areas, information about local customs and local tourism tips.
Eat and Drink
- The Old Grind - Hinton (6.6 miles) - Lunch.
- Timberland Hotel - Hinton (6.6 miles) - Hotel, bar and liquor store.
- Royal Garden Restaurant - Hinton (7.8 miles) - Chinese and western cuisine, all-u-can eat luncheon smorgasbord.
- Fortune House Chinese Restaurant - Hinton (8.9 miles) - Chinese and Western Food. Located in the Valley beside the Roxy Theatre.
- Stone Peak Restaurant - Hinton (9.4 miles) - Warm, log d?cor, gourmet cuisine, seasonal specialties, plus mains like salmon with brandy cream and lobster; Oka cheese and sun-dried tomato stuffed chicken; AAA Angus steak; and bison tenderloin with Cabernet sauce, truffles and foie gras. Breakfast, lunch (Jul-Sep) and dinner.
See and Do
- Br?l? Sand Dunes Hinton (8.1 miles) - Recreation area with network of trails that are popular among ATVers, equestrians, hikers and bikers. Watch out for old telegraph poles and the Grand Trunk Pacific Station, which is said to be buried in the sands.
- Ogre Canyon Hinton (9.3 miles) - Canyon with towering cliffs, meandering streams and sunken sinkholes. Ogre Canyon Falls.