Dutch Lake Motel and Campground
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- Kids pool
- Concierge desk
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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After having breakfast in Jasper at Smitty we headed out towards Valemont and stopped at the Gathering Place our favorite coffee shop and grabbed some great coffee and the pups had a great run. Off we set for Clearwater and to stay at the KOA as we had enough points to get a free nights stay and I was going to use it up as we probably would not be joining the KOA membership next year. Yes I am cheap but it was a great stop as Greg and ...
... no dinner, having stopped to get some food for a bbq , the bbq didn't seem to work. The hotel owner fiddled with it as men do, not knowing what was wrong but a new canister got us cooking with gas. He apologised for the delay with 4 bottles of wine which went down well, as did the huge steak and apple pie. We staggered up the hill to bed gazing at the multitude of stars lit in the night sky for more adventures the next day. Having ...
... and just generally room to breath. The town of Clearwater provides services for all these activities. For dinner this evening I stopped at a place that was recommended by the visitors centre, called the Painted Turtle. It's part of a Good Sam campground and cabins which is right on Dutch Lake and it's got a huge deck overlooking the lake. I was good and had a salad for my main, but then indulged in profiteroles for ...
Last night we went for a meal in town and were recommended to go to Dutch Lake today to see the terrapins and go for a swim. Luckily when we woke up it was a sunny day and so off to the lake we went, via the supermarket so we could buy a picnic. The lake was another beautiful watery place to chill. It was only small by Canadian standards but never the less it was well used and had a pontoon stretching out where we could jump into the water and another one just floating in ...
... take water from the river. Beautiful fields of hay and vegetables alternate with pasture for cattle and milk cows. Where the valley narrows, high cliffs funnel you through to another valley. Occasional climbs raise you well above the river bed. We see few birds except for several TREE SWALLOWS and a TURKEY VULTURE circling the sky.
Clearly the logging industry is very active here too. Many of the forested ...