30 Broadway Blvd, Broadmoor At Baseline, Sherwood Park
AB T8H 2A2

Phone: 1-780-467-6727
Fax:  1-780-467-5685

30 Broadway Blvd, Broadmoor At Baseline, Sherwood Park

Phone: 1-780-467-6727
Fax:  1-780-467-5685

Ramada Sherwood Park

Email  info@ramadasherwoodpark.com
Email: info@ramadasherwoodpark.com

Within walking distance...

        Boston Pizza (right next door), Joey, Local, Cora's and many more restaurants.

        Costco, which includes Costco Liquor   www.costco.ca

        Everything Wine and More   www.everythingwineandmore.ca

        Save-On-Foods   www.saveonfoods.com 

Local Attractions...

        Festival Place

          Festival Place is a vibrant multi-use center for the arts, community and business.  Their theatre stage is host to many artists and productions as well

          as community activities and events.  Visit www.festivalplace.ab.ca for their complete lineup of events and dates.

Other Attractions...

West Edmonton Mall
At almost 500,000 square meters, West Edmonton Mall is the largest, most comprehensive indoor shopping and entertainment complex in the world as well as Alberta's most popular tourist attraction. For more information go to www.westedmontonmall.com

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
Discover the fascinating story of immigration from the Ukraine to Canada (1892-1930) at an open-air living history museum located 25 minutes east of Edmonton. Costumed role players recreating the lives of authentic pioneers and over 30 restored buildings bring history to life.

Elk Island National Park
Established in 1906 as Canada's first federal wildlife sanctuary, Elk Island is open year-round. To view their site go to


Fort Edmonton Park
It’s living history at its best! Join the costumed historical interpreters and try your hand at living life as a fur trader or early pioneer in Edmonton. You’ll experience life as it was at the 1846 fort and on the streets of 1885, 1905 and 1920. Visit Fort Edmonton at  www.fortedmontonpark.com

Strathcona County Museum and Archives
The museum was opened in July, 1997 and is located in the former RCMP barracks in Sherwood Park. The museum serves to preserve the history of Strathcona County.

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