Book Your Stay at The Crossing

Stay in comfort. Living skies, endless prairie at your door.

Sleep Deeply

Enjoy a great sleep with top-quality mattresses and freshly ironed, luxurious cotton sheets.

Direct Access
to the Park

Descend the stairs from your balcony and walk directly into the park.

Stunning Views

Each suite has beautiful views of 70-Mile-Butte or the Two Trees area of Grasslands National Park.

Dine In

Each suite includes
a kitchen or kitchenette, dining area, and gas BBQ. Two-bedroom Loft suite is air conditioned.

Retreat from the world in a private one- or two-bedroom vacation apartment.

One-bedroom Suite

Sleeps 2

$197-$225 per night (depending on season)

Quiet Stay. Both one-bedroom suites shares a large and socially-distanced balcony overlooking 70-Mile Butte, the pond and our little red barn.

Wifi

Kitchenette, dining area* and gas BBQ

Shared balcony

One bedroom with queen bed

Top-quality mattress

Crisp white linens

Cosy down duvets

Sofa bed

Private en-suite bathroom

Hair dryer

Upper level, accessed by exterior stairs

*Kitchenette and Dining Area: Complete with a compact fridge, stove, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, kettle, pots, dishes, and cutlery.

Terms: 3-night minimum. No pets are permitted. Rates are based on double occupancy. Additional guests are $30 per night each. Cancellation fees apply; please see our Booking Policy page.

Loft Suite

Sleeps up to 4

$255-$285 per night (depending on season)

The Loft is a fully detached air conditioned 2-bedroom suite overlooking our pond and the Two Trees area of the park.

Air conditioned

Wifi

Full kitchen, dining area* and gas BBQ

Two bedrooms, each with one double bed

Top-quality mattresses

Crisp white linens

Cosy down duvets

Sofa bed

Private balcony and entrance

Private en-suite bathroom

Hair dryer

Desk

Upper level, accessed by exterior stairs

*Kitchen and Dining Area: complete with full-sized refrigerator/freezer, oven, stove, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, pots, dishes, cutlery.

Terms: 3-night minimum. No pets are permitted. Rates are based on double occupancy. Additional guests are $30 per night each. Cancellation fees apply; please see our Booking Policy page.

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Reviews

“This is the perfect place to stay if you’re visiting Grasslands National Park but aren’t keen on camping. It’s very close to the park, and plays host to the same wildlife (grouse, antelope, etc). The suites are clean, modern, and thoughtfully furnished, with beautiful views of the park from the sitting area on the balcony. I especially appreciated the small library of books about the area, and actually read two of them during our stay! Neil and Susan are wonderful hosts who provided helpful information both before and during our stay. I can’t recommend this place highly enough! We would definitely stay here again.”

– Tina

“Our room was spotless, the bed and sheets were the most comfortable (I even asked where she bought the sheets) and the view spectacular. After hiking we would sit on the balcony and have a drink and just enjoy the sights and sounds.”

– Margo C.

“There is no other place I would stay if we come back again someday. We were there in September which is a beautiful time to visit the park. The Crossing is so quiet and the view from our deck was the Grasslands National Park and closer to the suite was a pond and an old barn. An amazing willow tree which is the essence of the property clings to the bank of the pond. The only way I can describe it is ‘peaceful’. (except when the coyotes started howling in the evening) The coyotes singing and the expanse of stars at night just added to the feeling of remoteness in the area. The suite has a lovely little balcony to relax on after a day of hiking. We also enjoyed it for our morning coffee as it faced east. Everything was very clean with good quality bedding and a well supplied kitchen. The labyrinth on the property is another amazing feature to check out. Whether you are into a meditative walk or just like to see unique imagery and patterns it is worth going to see this serene spot on the property. The Crossing is easy to get to and only 6 km to the nearest town for supplies. Our hosts couldn’t have been nicer and were glad to answers all of our questions and give us some advice about the area. We really appreciated our stay.”

– Linda M.

“This is a really unique national park in Canada, not only because it’s the only one protecting prairie grasslands but also because it’s home to some of Canada’s rarest wildlife. It’s also off-the-beaten-track….

We’ve been all over the country and this is one of our favourite places to go camping and hiking. Miss at your own peril!”

Matthew G. Bailey, MustDoCanada.com