Banff National Park Area Beach Rentals

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If you are looking for a Banff National Park Area beach rental, look no further than OwnerDirect.com. We have 0 waterfront vacation rentals in Banff National Park Area resorts. Enjoy some luxury at a beach front home away from home on your next vacation in Banff National Park Area. From a lakeside cottage to an ocean view house or condo, families and groups can find affordable and spacious accommodations close to the beach. It's time to soak up some sun, play in the water and relax in good company. A beach rental does just that. Find one in Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise, Blackstone Mountain Lodge, Canmore Crossing or elsewhere nearby.

With Owner Direct Vacation Rentals, our descriptive photos and extensive information on each property can help you find the perfect Banff National Park Area beach vacation rental for your group. Our prompt and friendly customer service staff are waiting to help you every step of the way to booking a fabulous beach-side home today!

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Banff National Park Area News and Events

Banff National Park Area Annual Events

Snowdays (January - February)
A month-long festival jam-packed with mid-week events and weekend festivals that celebrate Banff National Park’s love for winter.

Performance in the Park (June)
A one-day outdoor concert held against the spectacular backdrop of Cascade Gardens that celebrates Banff National Park’s mountain and cultural heritage through music.

Parks Day (July)
First celebrated in 1990, Canada's Parks Day is a national event, showcasing parks and historic sites in every province and territory in Canada. In Banff National Park. bring a picnic lunch, roll out your blanket and show off your favourite teddy bear at the annual Teddy Bear Picnic or follow in the footsteps of Norman Bethune Sanson and enjoy a moderately strenuous hike to the top of Sulphur Mountain.

Lake Louise Fall Festival (September - October)
Feast your eyes on the changing colours of the forest and enjoy unique activities, events, programs and outdoor recreation to celebrate the season.

Culture Days (September)
Parks Canada presents the Parks Canada Collection, a national program that brings "best of" interpretation from across the Parks Canada system to the Cave and Basin NHS while celebrating the Parks Canada story, past, present and future.

The current list of events in the Banff area can be found here. All year round, there are wonderful festivals, concerts and outdoor activities that you don't want to miss!

What to do in Lake Louise and Around
With its blue-green water and dramatic mountain setting, this is the best known and most admired lake in the park. Lake Louise Drive, a paved 4.5 km road, and two trails, the Tramline and Louise Creek, provide access between Lake Louise Village on the valley floor and the lake itself. Pathways lead from the public parking lot to the lake. The magnificent snow-covered peak at the end of the lake is Mount Victoria, named for England’s renowned queen. The lake is named for after one of her five daughters. A stroll through the flower-filled grounds in front of the Chateau Lake Louise is a nice way to spend a half hour. Canoes can be rented from the boathouse at the lake or you can see the lake on foot by walking the Lakeshore Trail. At the Lake Louise ski area, on the opposite side of the valley, visitors can take a chairlift up Whitehorn Mountain in the summertime for panoramic views of Lake Louise and its surrounding peaks.

Best Sightseeing
Lake Minnewanka, Bow Valley Parkway, Lake Louise and Area, Sunshine Meadows, Johnston Canyon, The Hot Springs, The Icefields Parkway and Jasper just to name a few.

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