Hot Rods and Driving Routes
There's nothing like the rumble of an engine down Lakeshore Drive at sunset. Sylvan Lake is perfect for cruising by, stopping in, and showing off.
Join the Challenge!RUMBLE ALBERTA
Rumble Alberta challenges all rubber tire traffic to get out and explore Alberta on 44 driving routes across the province across over 400 communities!
See all Sylvan Lake’s best sightseeing spots and discover local gems. Don’t forget to get in that sunset ride! Motorcycle, car, or classic hot rod, hit the road for the Rumble Alberta Challenge! Sylvan Lake is part of AB North Central Route #6 and Route #7.
Event pass holders can pick up swag bags with goodies and special discounts from Rumble Alberta Swag Stops. Find event details and pass purchases at rumblealberta.com
June 1 - October 3 | Presented by the Canadian Motorcycle Tourism Association
Rumble Alberta Swag Stops
Rumble Alberta event pass holders can pick up a swag bag at one of these locations:
Redneck Wear N' Tear | 5004 50 Street
Attitude clothing and accessories including bike wear and gear, fashion, accessories, home décor, and body jewelry. A can't-miss stop for motorcyclists for individual style and a shared love of the lifestyle and community.
Lakeside Go-Karts and Mini Golf | 5324 Lakeshore Drive
Challenge each other on the track in your own colorful kart! Test out your putting skills on the imaginative mini golf course. Families will love this classic Sylvan Lake stop for unforgettable summer memories.
The Wood Shed Axe Throwing | 56 Cuendet Industrial Way
Get your lumber jack on at The Wood Shed! Axe throwing at Canada's first interactive digital targets for ages 10+. A favorite spot for dates, groups, and families. This activity is wildly engaging and sure to surprise.
DRIVING ROUTE SIGHTS
Rumble into town and check out these great spots!
The Sylvan Lake Lighthouse
Pitstop #3: Here Comes the Sun Mural
Pitstop #4: CREATE mural
Pitstop #6: Jarvis Bay Provincial Park
A Hot Rod Hot Spot
Sylvan Lake attracts an abundance of motorcyclists, hot rods, and classic cars throughout the summer. Automotive enthusiasts thunder through, often coming in groups or stopping to show off along the lake.
If you’re lucky, you might catch a peek at a car meet up along Sylvan Lake’s iconic Lakeshore Drive in the early evening throughout the spring and summer. Classic cars, hotrods, and groups of identical vehicles in a rainbow of colors will blow into town for an impromptu meet up of like minded aficionados!
Drivers gather as a community to enjoy the trip out to Sylvan Lake when the day is cooling off against the sunset. You’ll spot a car meet up trailing into town or grouping in one of the beachside parking lots.
Lakefront Park’s gravel parking lot is the largest public lot and great for groups to get together right near the lighthouse. There are several paved lots near Centennial Park where vehicles can line up in a row and access Sylvan Lake’s beachfront directly.
Keep an eye out - you never know when you’ll spot them driving through!