Fun and Relaxing Activities:

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Water Sports
Water Sports in Sylvan are endless...
Enjoy the crazy thrill and family fun of Wild Rapids Waterslides.
Have a blast whipping through the waves on a sea-doo or pleasure boat.
Take a plunge off the pier and into Sylvan Lake's crystal waters.
Don't let a cold day stop you from taking a dip. Check out our award winning Aquatic Centre.
Delight in Sylvan's beauty in one of gorgeous cruises of the lake.
See what's under Sylvan surface and scuba dive.
Grab an inflatable toy and float on Sylvan's calm waters.
Watch the members of the Sylvan Lake Sailing Club race every Wednesday throughout the summer

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Festivals and events throughout the seasons
Enjoy the varied stalls and wares of the Farmers Market.
Let the kids make some new friends at a summer day camp and enjoy how peaceful Sylvan Lake can be.
Sign up the kids for a fun-filled hockey camp.
Bet on a long chance at the Greyhound race track.
Take time to smell the flowers and stroll through Sylvan's overflowing greenhouses.
Take a peek at the Alberta Volleyball teams on the pier or even serve up a ball yourself.

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Golfing, Strolling, Relaxation
Play a few rounds of golf at any one of Sylvan's gorgeous courses.
Allow Sylvan's fantastic massage therapists to take out some of that tension.
Take a stroll along the sandy shore of the lake.
Watch the sunrise
Take in a sunset on a patio.
Check out the brilliant Northern Lights from your lawn.

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Ball Diamonds, Tennis, Beach Volley Ball, Walking trails
Stop in at the tourist booth and check out some upcoming local events.
Recapture your youth with a few all-out rounds of paintball.
Satisfy your need for speed at Lakeside Go-Karts.
Bat around a few balls at the tennis court.
Take advantage of a warm breeze to fly a kit.
Grab a friend and toss around a frisbee on the pier.
Clamber over some of the new playgrounds in one of Sylvan Lake’s many parks.
Practice some tricks at the skateboard park.
Take some time to bike ride around Sylvan Lake.
Take the dog for a long walk down CP Rail pathway.

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