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Campers Village has a long history in Alberta. Al Bryant created the outdoor-goods store in 1963 as an offshoot of Northwest Tent and Awning, an Edmonton manufacturer of tents, sleeping bags and canvas goods. “People were coming to the factory to purchase these things, and it became apparent that a retail store would be viable,” explains Campers Village general manager Doug Dea, who has been with the company since 1992.
Doug explains that over the years, Campers Village evolved beyond a factory outlet for tents and sleeping bags into a large, outdoor-gear store that sells not just the supplies one needs for camping, but also, for outdoor activities like snowshoeing, hiking and canoeing. Campers Village offers all the major outerwear, footwear and activewear brands for outdoor adventurers including The North Face, Columbia, Icebreaker, Eagle Creek, Marmot, Mountain Hardwear and Sorel. And the store has expanded beyond its Edmonton home base, operating one location in Calgary.Read the story of Campers Village
Every member of the family can boot up at Camper's Village. The place features a great selection of winter gear, and when sale time comes around, it offers some seriously awesome deals. Find Kamik, Columbia and Bogs boots for kids as well as hikers and winter boots by Blundstone, Vasque, Keen, Baffin, Ahnu and numerous other brands for guys and gals.View this Smart List
Campers Village has an amazing variety of hats and toques. In addition to classic beanies and skullcaps, find flat-brimmed Makinaw-style lumberjack caps and insulated fedoras. The Makinaw features a three-inch bill and is lined with 100-per-cent virgin wool. The shop’s Filson-made fedoras are water repellent and rugged with wool-lined ear flaps. Campers also carries lines by The North Face, Smartwool, Bula and Icebreaker.View this Smart List
This place isn’t just about tents and camping gear; Camper’s Village carries full-size suitcases by Eagle Creek, Osprey and Filson. Find small duffel bags and wheeled luggage in a range of styles and colours. It’s easy on the wallet, too, with prices ranging from $30 for a duffel bag to $500 for a top-of-the-line wheeled suitcase. Serious trekkers will find sturdy frame backpacks for long excursions.View this Smart List
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