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One of the many things to do in Edmonton -
A Day on the River

EDMONTON CANOE offers a series of canoe programs for active minded individuals looking for outdoor activities and fun on the water in and around Edmonton.

Perfect for families and individuals are the popular canoe trips every Saturday or Sunday down the river from Devon to Edmonton, or from the Genesee Bridge to the Devon bridge or even all the way from Genesee to Edmonton.

On Sunday afternoon you can admire the downtown skyline on a 2 to 3- hour trip from Emily Murphy Park down to Capilano Park.

Canoe Rental in Elk Island Park

Every summer Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Monday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm you find us just a short drive east of Edmonton at the beach of Astotin Lake in Elk Island National Park with its many islands and secluded bays.
Rent a canoe by the hour or by the day.

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Click on the links below if you wish to create your own wilderness getaway, or join a guided and outfitted multi-day canoe expedition.

Edmonton Canoe is a tour company dedicated to the preservation of wild places and all things wild. We are based not far from Devon, Alberta, close to the North Saskatchewan River.

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Edmonton Canoe: 780-470-5352

info@edmontoncanoe.com

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Alberta Environment, river flow rates.

We cancel trips on the North Saskatchewan River if the flow rate in Edmonton is above 500 m3/s.
Read last 6 digits in the right hand column (345.678)

© Edmonton Canoe, January 2015