A 253 Sqft Perfect Little Cabin in Alberta, Canada

You'll be sure to love the Wolf Cabin located in the County of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada. The vacation cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 2 beds, and 1 bathroom. This cabin is 253 square feet and consists of a log double bed, a hide-a-bed, kitchen table and chairs, a kitchenette, and a 3-piece bathroom. Bedding and towels are included. The kitchenette is equipped with a stove, a microwave, a mini-fridge, a coffee maker, a toaster, and a kettle. There are 4 sets of dishes that include plates, bowls, glasses, cups, and cutlery along with a few pots and pans for cooking. There is a BBQ on the deck, a picnic table, and a fire pit beside the cabin. There are three steps up to the deck of this cabin. The Wolf cabin is near a large grassy area with trees close behind it.

The cabin has a log double bed and hide-a-bed. There is a 3-piece bathroom. The cabin has a kitchenette with no oven, a microwave, mini-fridge, electric fireplace, Keurig coffee maker, toaster, pots, and pans. The cabin has a BBQ, picnic table, and fire pit outside. The cabin sits on a working guest ranch so there is plenty of animals on the property and opportunities for trail rides and ranch tours. The cabin is pet free. There are stairs leading up to the deck of the cabin. It is recommended that you bring lawn chairs, a blanket for outside use, a small blue tooth speaker, matches, and fire-starting supplies. The property does sell dry split firewood so you will want to please respect the ranch and refrain from breaking branches and collecting wood from around the property.

Wetaskiwin is a great place for car enthusiasts. They’re home to the Edmonton International Raceway, which offers test drives in race cars on their Nascar-sanctioned track. Then there’s the ever-popular Reynolds Museum, which has one of the most beautiful collections of vintage cars we’ve ever seen. They restore the cars right there in the museum.

Edmonton International Raceway. Don’t let the title of Edmonton International Raceway fool you. The track is very much in Wetaskiwin. This 1/4 mile paved oval auto racing facility is the first track in Alberta to be sanctioned by NASCAR and hosts races in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. Watching races can be fun, but getting in one of the cars and driving it around the track yourself is even better. During the summer weekends, people can sign up for their test drive experience and race the car around the track. It’s about a two-hour experience, which consists of lengthy instruction and walks around the track, followed by getting suited up, and then hopping into the car. A professional driver will drive in front of you as the pace car and you’ll stay behind him during your time out there. In total, you get 5 warm-up laps followed by 10 faster laps. Your comfort and skill will dictate how fast he allows you to go.

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