Welcome to Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort
WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK
The health and safety of our guests and staff is of the highest priority and we have instituted strict guidelines on the cleaning of every room, going the extra distance to ensure your peace of mind. All suggested guidelines for physical distancing, hand sanitizer stations, extra disinfection of all high touch surface points such as door knobs, remotes, thermostats, railings, etc. are being followed and adhered to.
Please view the following .pdf document to see a comprehensive outline of all of the steps we are undertaking onsite: Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort - Covid19 Preventative Measures.
Vimy's Lounge & Grill Is Open
Vimy’s Lounge & Grill is happy to server our locals and friends from afar.
We have instituted strict guidelines on the cleaning of our restaurant, tables inside and on our patio will be spaced following provincial guidelines for social distancing, hand sanitizer stations, and all suggested guidelines for employees. All high touch surface areas will be disinfected frequently, including tables & chairs after every use to ensure every guest feels comfortable.
We also encourage take-out, you can call us at 403-859-2150 to place a pick-up order.
WHAT'S OPEN AND WHAT'S CLOSED IN WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK?
For the most up-to-date information on what's open and what's closed in Waterton Lakes National Park please visit Parks Canada's website at: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/waterton
On June 1st, 2020 Parks Canada has announced that visitors will be able to access the following areas, services, and facilities:
- Some day use areas that will include Cameron Bay, the Waterton lakeshore, Emerald Bay, Linnet Lake, Driftwood Beach, Pass Creek, Hay Barn and Maskinonge. Picnic tables will be open and available.
- Red Rock Parkway will be open. Many trails are open as well. Parks Canada notes that visitors are responsible for maintaining physical social distancing while on trails.
- Upper, middle and lower Waterton Lakes will be accessible for non-motorized watercraft.
- Public washrooms at the Fire Hall and Cameron Falls in the Waterton townsite will be available.
CONTRACTOR / CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
If you are a contractor or construction worker working in Waterton Lakes National Park and need accommodation, please do not hesitate to call us at 403.859.2150 or email at email@example.com to arrange accommodations.
Notice to All Visitors
Provincial regulations require the closing of the Waterton Lakes Lodge Swimming Pool & Hot Tub until further notice. We apologize for any inconvience.
Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort is a year-round hotel located in the heart of the Waterton Lakes National Park townsite. The lodge features eleven separate buildings housing several different room types, from standard hotel rooms to full-kitchen family apartments. The lodge also offers excellent on-site facilities including a restaurant and lounge, and indoor heated pool and hot tub. Combined with a relaxed and rustic atmosphere, ample parking, and conveniently located within walking distance to all of Waterton’s activities and amenities, the lodge provides guests with everything needed to enjoy a Waterton getaway.
Whether you are traveling with your family, a group of friends, or by yourself, the lodge offers comfortable accommodations to suit your needs. Each building contains a variety of room types including standard two-bed hotel rooms, full-kitchen single bed suites, and full-kitchen multi-bed apartments. The lodge also features Deluxe King suites, which boast large jetted tubs and fireplaces, perfect for a romantic date night in Waterton, warming up in the quiet winter months, or just unwinding after a day of hiking. A selection of pet-friendly rooms are also available at request. Visit the Rooms & Suites page for more information.
On-site facilities include Vimy’s Lounge & Grill, a full-service restaurant providing mouth-watering breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort also houses a full recreation center with an 18m indoor heated pool, hot tub, sauna, and pool table. Please note that Vimy’s Lounge & Grill and the recreation center are located in separate buildings, guests will need to walk outside from their suites to access these facilities.
Waterton Lakes National Park itself is a hidden gem tucked into the southwest corner of Alberta. Generally less crowded than some of the other national parks in Alberta, Waterton is a prime location to view spectacular scenery and wildlife, a hot spot for amateur and professional photographers alike, the wildflower capital of Canada, and one of the most acclaimed hiking destinations in the province. Visitors can enjoy an array of outdoor activities year-round, from horseback riding to cross-country skiing. Along with a laid-back vibe and a welcoming community, those who have experienced Waterton will tell you it’s a place like no other. For more information on the community and seasonal activities in the park, visit the About Waterton page.
Waterton’s unique charm makes it a desirable destination for weddings, reunions, retreats, and conferences in Alberta. The Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort features a multi-room event space and outdoor venues that can accommodate groups of up to 150 people. Along with catering services and an incredible Event Coordinator, the lodge can provide guests with the resources and setting for an unforgettable Waterton event. For more information, visit the Weddings & Events page.
From groups to families, romantic getaways to adventure seekers, Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort has everything needed accommodate travelers looking to experience Waterton. Book now by calling toll free at 1-888-985-6343.
U.S. Visitors & Border Policies
Please note that visitors from all countries will require a valid passport and other relevant documentation such as a NEXUS card or travel visa. Persons under 18 years traveling without their parents should have a letter of authorization from a parent or guardian to travel into Canada or the United States. Please ensure you review the requirements, restrictions and customs regulations regarding crossing the border by visiting the Canada Border Services website or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website before you depart for your trip.