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Where to stay in Lethbridge

There are 76 vacation rentals available in Lethbridge, and we’re confident you’ll find a property that meets your budget for your next vacation. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of homes from top travel companies like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. Affordable vacation rentals in Lethbridge start at a nightly rate of $46, with 20% of properties priced under $54 per night. Whether you’re travelling on your own, spending quality time with your significant other, or planning a trip for a group of 6 family members or friends, we can match you with a rental in Lethbridge that meets your needs. Plus, staying in Lethbridge will give you close access to popular local attractions like lethbridgenewsNOW and Botterill Bottom Park. Finding your dream vacation rental at a reasonable price has never been this easy! Start planning the trip you’ve been itching to go on with VacationRenter.

Where Is Lethbridge, Alberta?

Commonly deemed as the commercial, financial, transportation and industrial center of southern Alberta, Canada, the city of Lethbridge stands strong and proud. Lethbridge is the largest city in Southern Alberta, the third largest in Alberta after Calgary and Edmonton and lies southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River and nearby the Canadian Rockies.

What Is Lethbridge Known For?

After Calgary and Edmonton, Lethbridge is Alberta’s third-largest city, in both land area and population. Cultural venues in the city include various performing art theatres, museums, and sports centers. The nearby Rockies also gives the Lethbridge air a temperate touch, as it affects the city’s warm summers, mild winters, and overall windy climate.

A Quick Guide to Lethbridge

  • Henderson Lake Park: As one of Lethbridge’s premier parks, Henderson Lake Park occupies a special place in the list of must-do activities when in Lethbridge. With a man-made lake and plentiful with trees, gardens, picnic areas, playgrounds, and seven kilometers of pathways with historical markers, there is something for everyone at Henderson Lake. If you manage to catch a plane to Lethbridge near Canada Day, make sure you join the brilliant Canada Day celebrations and legendary Dragon Boat Festival.

  • Lethbridge Corn Mazes: With four different mazes to choose from, you can run within the hedges and don’t be afraid to get lost. Another perk for you, deep within the grounds of these amazing mazes, you’ll find a petting zoo where visitors can feed the local wildlife and animals.

  • Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens: Beautiful in its detail and peaceful in the aura, there is much to benefit from a visit to Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden. With stunning and carefully maintained trees, liberally used stones and rocks, the magnificent use of water features and gorgeous man-made structures — including a wishing well, a bell tower and a pavilion — get ready to not only enrich your eyes, but soothe your soul.

Popular Destinations Near Lethbridge

  • Waterton Lake National Park: Enriched with a variety of gorgeous landscapes including mountains, freshwater wetlands, prairie grasslands, aspen forests, and lakes, Waterton Lake National Park is a true treat for the eyes. Established in the 1890s and protected as a World Heritage Site, Waterton Lake can also take you on a journey of discovering a unique blend of wildlife including deer, mountain goats, moose, grizzly bears, coyotes and bighorn sheep. Whether you want to sail on the Upper Waterton Lake via a scenic cruise or hike the nature trails on foot, the experience of seeing the breathtaking scenery of Waterton Lake is guaranteed, no matter how you do it.

  • Fort Macleod: The famous site of Fort Macleod is a preservation of a prehistoric custom of the native people that used to inhabit the plain. Located amongst the foothills of the Rockies, the buffalo jump is a cliff, where the Blackfoot tribe used to entrap and kill their prey of bison. See the cliff for yourself in all its raw glory and learn more about the history and culture of the tribes at the interpretive center.

Best Neighborhoods in Lethbridge

  • South Lethbridge: Standing as the commercial heart of the city, South Lethbridge has the oldest population in the area. Primarily overtaken by the core of downtown, as well as retaining the bulk of retail and hospitality establishments of the city, there is plenty to explore in the neighborhood of Lethbridge.

  • Downtown: The polished and highly educated older brother to relaxed South Lethbridge, downtown Lethbridge is the city’s center. As home to most of the city’s banks, law firms, and accounting practices, rest assured that you will spot young professionals out and about downtown. However, it’s not all about the work around here. There are plenty of arts and culture venues close by, including Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Bowman Arts Center, Yates Theatre, and the Gait Museum. There are also two cinemas, several retail stores, two of the city’s largest malls, the Lethbridge Public Library, and several nightclubs.

Home-types in Lethbridge

Lethbridge has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Lethbridge: