To cap off our day, we had a picnic in Indian Battle Park. This is such a great area to bring family and friends. There are plenty of picnic tables, barbecue pits, and even an area to play horseshoes. Once we found a nice grassy area with views of the trestle bridge, we laid out our blanket, opened up our basket of goodies, and had a feast on cheese, meats, and crackers, proving that from dawn until dusk, Lethbridge is a wonderful place to get in touch with nature.
If You Go
Lethbridge is about a two-hour drive south of Calgary.
Check Tourism Lethbridge to start planning your trip and find other activities in the area.
Travel Alberta also has lots of great information about things to do and places to see in the Lethbridge area.
Matthew Bailey is a Canadian travel writer, photographer, and video host with MustDoCanada.com. Follow his travels on Instagram and Twitter @MatthewGBailey and @MustDoCanada.