Calling All Outdoor Enthusiasts: Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen’s Show Opens This Thursday


For Immediate Release
Issued: March 14, 2022

Edmonton, AB –  The Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen’s Show is getting ready to take over the Edmonton Expo Centre this week, March 17 to 20. A long time annual favourite of the region’s outdoor enthusiasts promises to bring hundreds of exhibitors together for the largest show of its kind in the region in addition to a range of interactive features for all ages.

“We’re getting ready to welcome back thousands of visitors over the course of four days,” said Les Trendall, Show Manager. “Whether you enjoy fishing, boating, hunting, camping, or any other outdoor activity – this is the perfect time to get geared up for the year!”

Highlights for this year’s event include:

  • Attendees will have a chance to enter to win a Treeline Outdoors Tamarack Adventure Series Rooftop Tent valued at $4000 courtesy of Hunt Ready and Treeline Outdoors in addition to many other door prizes. A list of prizes can be found here;
  • Dozens of free seminars at the Outdoor Stage and the Fish TV Stage. Full seminar schedule can be found here;
  • Kids Trout Pond presented by Canadian Tire;
  • Fly Casting Pond presented by Outfly Fishing;
  • Sensory Safari presented by Safari Club International – Northern Alberta Chapter;
  • Reptiles with YYC Nature and Education Centre;
  • And many more!

Visitors are encouraged to avoid the line-ups and buy tickets in advance on the show website: A full exhibitor list can be found by clicking here.

Follow the show at or on Facebook and Instagram for exciting updates before and during the show.


Thursday, March 17: 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Friday, March 18: 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday, March 19: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday, March 20: 10:00am – 5:00pm

$15.00 Adults
$11.00 Senior
$11.00 Junior
$40.00 Family Pass (two adults and two children)

Edmonton EXPO Centre
7515 118 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB
T5B 0J2

Media Inquiries
Les Trendall
Show Manager

Marla Kimball
Marketing and Operations Manager