Badlands Motorsports Resort

More than Just a Racetrack

Focused on interacting with Alberta’s fastest-growing tourism community, Badlands Motorsports Resorts is planning a wide range of amenities and activities that extend beyond driving.

Fully Integrated Resort Facility

With beautiful scenery and a wide range of amenities, Badlands Motorsports Resort is destined to be an attraction for more than just motorsports enthusiasts.  Careful design highlights the natural landscape of the Badlands, creating a welcoming and thrilling atmosphere with recreational opportunities for all to enjoy. A variety of developments, conceptualized and approved under the Badlands Motorsports Resort Area Structure Plan, create the potential for a one-of-a-kind Alberta tourism destination.



A 100 room hotel with four uniquely themed wings offers lodging for visitors to the resort and surrounding attractions with world-class treatments and views of the valley below. Dining and lounge options offer a relaxing escape from fast-paced activities.


Plinth Complex

Incorporating 400 parking stalls, 141 apartment condos, and a variety of recreation and activity areas; the Plinth complex provides critical amenities in a small footprint.



Family dwellings, ranging from auto-focused townhouses to luxurious homes on 50ft lots perched high atop the plateau overlooking the Rosebud River valley, provide an exciting destination for visiting families.

An Open Terrain

A network of pathways offers opportunity to explore the beautiful Badlands and river valley landscape on foot or bicycle, connecting visitors to a variety of green spaces and activity areas distributed across the vast property.







Cross-Country Skiing

Family Play

Gateway to the Badlands

The province of Alberta, located in Western Canada, covers an area of 661,000 square kilometers and has a population of more than 3.5 million people.  Alberta’s two major cities, Edmonton and Calgary, each have populations in excess of one million people. The Western Canadian market has a population of more than 10 million people, and Calgary’s proximity to the Western United States provides easy access to an overall market of 60.5 million people including 10 states from Colorado to the Pacific Coast. The Calgary area is served by Canadian and international air carriers through the YYC airport. The airport is supported by a well developed and maintained provincial highway system that extends throughout Southern Alberta, from the Rockies into the Badlands region. Badlands Motorsports Resort is the nearest and most major tourism development East of Calgary.  It is well-positioned to tap into Alberta’s fastest-growing tourism economy – the Canadian Badlands.