The Edmonton Boat & Sportsmen’s Show is a must attend event! It is Western Canada’s BIGGEST Boat & Sportsmen’s Show. The show features over 500,000 sq. ft., covering all aspects of the outdoor lifestyle including boating, off-roading, fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, adventure tourism, destination travel locations, as well as organizations devoted to education, conservation and preservation. Millions of dollars in boats and marine products will be on display on the Show floor to provide show-goers with the perfect opportunity to shop and compare all under one roof. Take in the entertainment by some of Canada’s most prominent Outdoorsmen and Outdoorswomen on our Outdoor Stage. Kids can try their hand at “catch and release” fishing at the Kids Trout Fishing Pond, or test their hunting and fishing skills at the numerous simulators located in the Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association (AHEIA) area. And don’t forget to take the unique opportunity to interact with rare and endangered birds of prey. With over 350 exhibitors, you are sure to find something that appeals to every member of your family.

Show hours:

  • Thursday, March 15 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Friday, March 16 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, March 17 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
  • Sunday, March 18 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Show Location:

Edmonton Expo Centre,

7300 – 116th Avenue,
Edmonton, Alberta T5J2N5

(866) 704-4412

Tickets and more information available at

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Brad Roberts
Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 25 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and their three daughters have traveled and boated all over North America and the Caribbean, but choose to keep their "floating home" on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.