We are just a few blocks off Hwy #3 which is a major route for travellers to and from the US states south of us including Montana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and California.
Our city of 100,00 has lots of services and amenities so is a great place to stop.
We are close to a Visitor Centre that has a free sanitation station.
There is a large park, with a walking path around a man made lake, children's playground and public swimming pool within a block or two of our house.
Our weather has been very uncooperative recently so I haven't got proper pictures available yet but I will try to get them posted a soon as I am able.
Pets should be on a leash for their safety because of proximity to the street. There is an accessible garbage bin for bagged waste.
Smoking is allowed only on the parking pad.
Quiet time is 10 pm to 7 am and outside speakers should not be used anytime.
Our spot is a large gravel parking pad approx 30' x 26'. It is between our garage and the street but open to the alley so easy to back into. If your RV is larger it would need to park on an angle but otherwise if your RV is short enough to back in straight you can park your tow vehicle beside it.
Our street is busy at times during the day but usually very quiet at night. We are on a corner so there are several street lights around us which keep the area lit at night.
If your RV takes the whole spot there is lots of street parking.
Lethbridge boasts a large train bridge that is famous for its engineering, a Japanese Gardens, Museum and Art Gallery as well as numerous parks, cycling and walking paths. Our river bottom has many trails and a Nature Centre as well as Fort Whoop Up which brings the history of this area to life.
Popular touurist spots around us include Waterton National Park, Frank Slide, Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump and many more.