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LITTLE BOW LAKESIDE RETREAT

A RUSTIC, LAKESIDE EXPERIENCE

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

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ACCESSIBILITY

Leading to the property is approximately 20 kilometres of gravel road with the last stretch of the trail going through farmer’s fields. This stretch is not maintained and at times can be treacherous or impassable after severe rain storms.

GUEST INFORMATION AND GUIDE

WAIVER OF CLAIM

All guests and visitors are required to complete, sign, and submit the Waiver of Claim at time of booking.

The Waiver of Claim must be signed by a parent or legal guardian of guests or visitors under the age of 18 years.

CELL PHONE SIGNAL

There is no cell phone coverage at the retreat. You may bring a cell phone antenna booster, or drive up to the top of the hill by the first gate to connect.

FIREARMS AND HUNTING

Firearms are not permitted on the property from the Victoria Day weekend in May to the Labour Day weekend in September. No exceptions.

Hunting and the carrying and discharge of firearms is permitted only on guided trips during the fall hunting season.

Hawk sitting on fence post at the Little Bow Lakeside Retreat in southern Alberta Beautiful sunrise at the Little Bow Lakeside Retreat on the Travers Reservoir in southern Alberta

MOTOR VEHICLES

Please drive cautiously as children may be playing in the area and our roads are also used as pathways.To prevent damage to trees and other vegetation, please keep all vehicles on designated roadways.

Operation of any off-highway vehicle (OHVs) is not permitted.

PLANTS AND FOSSILS

To protect the natural beauty of the area please do not remove, deface, injure or destroy plants, fossils and rocks.

PETS

To protect your pet, wildlife and other guests, please keep your pet on a leash during your stay and while using trails.

LIQUOR

Consumption of liquor is restricted to individual sites and picnic areas.

DRONES

The use of drones for recreation is strictly prohibited.

View of Travers Reservoir from the shore at Little Bow Lakeside Retreat