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Comfortable Family/Business Suite ★★★★
This 2 bedroom basement suite is ideal for families or business travelers. Discounts for extended stays. Kids and trained pets are welcome (there is a fenced yard). Some amenities are 2 televisions, wifi, stocked kitchen, hotel linens and private laundry, use of shared patio and BBQ, playground and recreation centre near by. Close to all amenities in a desirable SE neighborhood of Red Deer. Easy access to arterial roads and to the Westerner Park/Centrium, Canyon Ski Hill. Very clean suite.
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1 Bedroom Suite - Waskasoo Manor
1 bedroom apartment located on the south side of Red Deer with a full kitchen, living space ,beautifully styled with new furnishings. Located within a 5 minute walking distance to the Red Deer Hospital. We cater to Medical staff, students and those who are in need of a place to stay while loved ones are in the hospital. This building is quiet and secure, with underground parking included. Short distance to all major amenities, Red Deer College, Red Deers new Casino and shopping .
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Separate Entry Your OWN Spacious Walkout Suite
*No Cleaning Fee* Spacious and private walkout basement, with separate entrance. Located in quiet community of SOUTH of Red Deer, near Collicut Center. Back to a preserved park where you can enjoy some peaceful time at the patio outside. Simple self check-in with keypad. One driveway parking spot for the guest. 5 mins to Collicut Center, nearby grocery stores and walking trials, 10 mins to downtown, Canyon Ski and major highways. 15 mins to Costco. Bus stop right outside.

Popular amenities for Red Deer vacation rentals

Stay near Red Deer's top sights

Westerner Park8 locals recommend
Bower Place Shopping Centre19 locals recommend
Parkland Mall5 locals recommend
Walmart Supercentre6 locals recommend
Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre7 locals recommend
Real Canadian Superstore3 locals recommend

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Beautiful Two Bedroom Suite Next To RD Hospital!
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Modern bungalow townhome | South
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Fully furnished basement suite
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New Modern Two Bedroom Lower Level Separate Suite
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1/2 Block To Red Deer Hospital
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Modern Creekside Condo; A Scenic Retreat

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Red Deer

Total rentals

260 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

130 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

10 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

40 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

140 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

7.4K reviews

Your guide to Red Deer

All About Red Deer

Located halfway between Edmonton and Calgary along the Red Deer River, Red Deer is the third-largest city in Alberta. The former agricultural city is now an economic hub for the energy industry. Its compact historic downtown is dotted with public art sculptures and lined with 19th-century red-brick and stone buildings that today house boutiques, breweries, and art galleries. Red Deer is also home to the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra and the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery.

Just outside town, central Alberta’s stately evergreen forests and serene mountain lakes begin, and you can use Red Deer as an urban base for outdoor recreation activities. After a day of skiing or snowboarding at the local resort, hiking sections of the Trans Canada Trail, or sailing on Gull Lake, head back to town to dine and brewery-hop.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Red Deer

Central Alberta’s temperate climate is marked by four distinct seasons and higher rainfall than other parts of the province. If you plan to enjoy the many outdoor activities here, summer may be the best time to search out a vacation rental in Red Deer. Temperatures during this time are warm, but not too hot or humid, though sunny days will be interspersed with heavy rainstorms in June, July, and August, so make sure to pack both sunscreen and rain gear. During the spring and autumn seasons, expect cool temperatures and some rain. Winters in Red Deer are extremely cold and snowy, so come prepared with waterproof boots and a warm coat. This is also a great time to lace up your skates and take a lap on the ice at the Bower Ponds or Lonsdale outdoor rink.


Top things to do in Red Deer

Kerry Wood Nature Centre

Located along the southern bank of the Red Deer River to the north of town, the Kerry Wood Nature Centre’s environmental education programs are designed for all ages. Explore the exhibits in the Interpretive Centre, then meander around the serene Gaetz Lakes Migratory Bird Sanctuary and the Harmony Garden, where you’ll find large wooden and metal instruments to play. From the centre, you can enter the Waskasoo Park Trail System, which leads along the river and the greenways that wind through the city.

Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery

The Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery’s collection focuses on the history of Red Deer, from the Blackfoot, Plains Cree, and Stoney First Nations who have long made their home here to the 20th-century businesses. Much of the art on display was created by local artists. Check the museum’s website for its exhibit schedule and all-ages events.

Bower Ponds

Minutes from downtown, the Bower Ponds flanking the Red Deer River are surrounded by green space and paved trails. In the summer, you can rent a paddle boat or kayak to explore the narrow, curving ponds. You can also walk on water by renting a water ball — a large inflatable sphere that allows a person inside. During the winter, locals come here to zip across the ice on skates or play impromptu hockey games.

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