300 52nd Street
Edson, Alberta T7E 1X8


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Welcome to the Best Western High Road Inn, where guests will find exceptional customer service and friendly environment.

Whether you travel is for business or pleasure, you'll find affordable accommodations that meet your needs! We're a full service family friendly Edson hotel and are committed to ensuring every guest is cared for.

Travelers will find a variety of attractions located near Edson. Relax and take in the local scenery, browse the local shops or a round of Golf. Take advantage of everything Edson has to offer. Warm and inviting staff and well-appointed rooms will make your stay memorable.

Experience the full hotel which includes these standard amenities: large variety of spacious and clean guest rooms, honeymoon and King mini suites, business, conference, banquet facilities are also available, swimming pool, water slide and hot tub, complimentary hot breakfast, a perfect start to your day, LCD flat screen televisions with cable satellite, upgraded free Wi-Fi, newly renovated rooms and facility, mini refrigerators, non-smoking facility and ample parking for large vehicles.

Full service amenities include: The Galloway Pub, offering a fun environment and cocktails. The Golden Honey Restaurant - where you will enjoy the famous Cantonese, Szechuan and Western style cuisine.

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Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions


  • 0.01 kilometer(s) from Centennial Park, Located just 1 block away, 2 min walk, along the Yellowhead Highway, Centennial Park features the Galloway Station Museum and Travel Centre, an outdoor Pavilion, a giant water fountain, a mounted Lockheed T33 jet, a 1907 CN Caboose, and of course Eddie the Squirrel! This beautiful park is set on Bench Creek and is one of the most recognized and used parks in Edson. Over the summer the park plays host to many special events, picnics, concerts, weddings and family activities.
  • 0.02 kilometer(s) from Galloway Station Museum, Explore the Galloway Station Museum & Travel Centre, the obvious place to start any visit. Helpful staff and free Wi-Fi will also appeal to those looking for information. The museum is also a very worthwhile visit. A number of interactive exhibits such as a full-sized trapper’s cabin give life to the history of the area and to the old station building that is now over 100 years old.
  • 1.2 kilometer(s) from Kinsmen Park, Kinsmen Park is located on 7 Avenue and 48 Street. The Park runs along Wase Creek set in mature spruce trees. It includes picnic areas, picnic tables and fire pits with a large children's playground and the new Kinsmen Spray Park. There’s a new fitness option as some new outdoor exercise equipment has been installed at Kinsmen Park and on some trail heads. This new fitness equipment is free to use and great for parents that want to get in a quick workout while the kids play in the park, for those that want to step up their workouts while on the trail system, and for people that just want to enjoy the sunshine while exercising.
  • 0.40 kilometer(s) from Nova Theater, Excellent small town feel. Clean with good amenities and friendly staff. New movie every week. Cheap night on Tuesday where the price of your ticket, drink and popcorn is cheaper than just your ticket on a regular night. Lots of seating, awesome job at the theater to get you fresh popcorn and cold drinks.
  • 15 kilometer(s) from Bench Creek Brewing, If you are still not sure if it is really worth to drive about 15 km out of town just go online and read reviews, such as: "A great little stop just outside of town. Free samples of the beers. Very friendly and informative staff. Nice little seating area inside and out. A limited edition brew is always on hand. Come fill up your growler or just come for drink. A great addition to Edson!" or "Amazing pale ale, porter and, of course, the IPA. Great people running the brewery. Make sure you check the opening hours and a map first - it is about 10k drive away from Edson" They are closed on Sunday & Monday and check the open hours for other days before going.
  • 3.3 kilometer(s) from Edson Golf Club, The Edson Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole facility on the east end of Edson. Bench Creek runs through the course offering water on nearly every hole. Public tee times are from 6am to 11pm daily while the course is open. (April-October) 3905B Golf Course Road Yellowhead County Edson, AB T7E-3E2
  • 136 kilometer(s) from Miette Hot Springs, Miette Hot Springs are commercially developed hot springs located in Jasper National Park, 68 km from Jasper. The pool is outdoors and offers visitors a view of the surrounding Fiddle River Valley, features the hottest mineral springs in the Canadian Rockies. Water flows from the mountain at 54°C (129°F) and cooled to a comfortable 40°C (104°F).These hot springs are beautifully stained with minerals, helping to relax your muscles after hiking or long drive. There are few different hiking trails around and beautiful camping area in the trees with tables and fire pits. Also for your convenience you`ll find a cafe, a restaurant, a gift shop and even a resort.
  • 64 kilometer(s) from Hoodoo's rock formations, The hoodoos are made of sandstone, a rock that is especially susceptible to erosion by forces of nature such as wind and rain. The reason hoodoos are often shaped with a hat on top is that the hat is made of harder rock that protects the softer rock underneath. Those formations were found in Alberta, Sundance Provincial Park. The park is accessed via Emerson Creek Road, running north of Edson and Hinton, roughly parallel to the Yellowhead Highway. The park has two distinct parts. The first, surrounding the five Emerson lakes and bordering the Athabasca River, has camping, fishing, and a number of small trails circling the lakes. The second section, much larger, protects a series of hoodoos carved into the sandstone cliffs of the foothill valley, surrounding Sundance Creek and Sundance Lake. The "Wild Sculpture Trail" is located in this section of the park.


  • Golden Honey Restaurant, on premises, full service, Steak House, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Come and experience Chinese & Western cuisine in our full service restaurant. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner, 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. We offer a lunch smorgasbord Monday through Friday and dinner Friday and Saturday.
  • Galloway Pub and Eatery, on premises, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner, British inspired Pub & Eatery featuring a full menu and VLT machines. We showcase Karaoke every Saturday night. Open 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
  • 0.01 kilometer(s) from Mountain Steak and Pizza, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
  • 0.03 kilometer(s) from Boston Pizza, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner, American/Italian
  • 0.04 kilometer(s) from McDonald's®, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • 0.04 kilometer(s) from Wendy's®, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Nearby Cities

  • 84.7 kilometer(s) from Hinton, One of two staging areas for expeditions in the Willmore Wilderness Park.Nature lovers are drawn to Hinton to visit the Beaver Boardwalk, a 3 km walk where they can see beavers and other wildlife.
  • 164 kilometer(s) from Jasper, It is the commercial centre of Jasper National Park.The Jasper Skytram, which takes visitors to The Whistlers' summit, and the Marmot Basin ski resort are located near the town.
  • 96.6 kilometer(s) from Whitecourt, Attractions include the Allan & Jean Millar Centre, the Forest Interpretive Centre and Heritage Park, and a variety of other facilities and parks.The Town has branded itself as the Snowmobile Capital.
  • 202 kilometer(s) from Edmonton, Cultural, governmental and educational centre. It hosts a year-round slate of festivals.It is home to North America's largest mall and Fort Edmonton Park, Canada's largest living history museum.


  • 0.03 kilometer(s) from Downtown
  • 0.03 kilometer(s) from Train Station
  • 0.03 kilometer(s) from Bus Terminal
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Edson Airport
  • 250 kilometer(s) from Edmonton International Airport
  • 432 kilometer(s) from Calgary International Airport