Getting to Spruce Meadows
Spruce Meadows is located on the southern city limits of Calgary, approximately 30-40 minutes from downtown Calgary and 45 minutes from the Calgary International airport. Directions are given at the bottom of this page. Parking is complimentary when attending Spruce Meadows events. Follow signs to public parking. If you would rather utilize the complimentary Spruce Meadows / Red Arrow Shuttle Service, please see below whether or not the service is offered on the date you wish to attend.
Red Arrow Shuttle Bus Schedule
Spruce Meadows/Red Arrow bus fleet is a convenient way of getting to Spruce Meadows without having to contend with traffic and parking. The shuttle bus will pickup passengers from the north-east corner of the SOMERSET /BRIDLEWOOD LRT Station parking lot - please look for the tent shelter with Spruce Meadows on it (across the street from the back of Lowes).
Guests will be dropped off on the east side of the International Ring at the Spruce Meadows Bus Loop (during the International Christmas Market, the drop-off is on the main drive opposite the British House) and will pick you up from that same convenient spot approximately every 30 minutes, depending on traffic. And the best thing of all is that this service is completely free, compliments of Red Arrow Motor Coach.
The bus service is only operational during certain tournament times and is only available on specific days. Please carefully note the times listed.
Masters - September 5-9, 2018
Wednesday - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday - 9:00 am - 9:30 pm
Saturday - 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am - 6:00pm
(Downtown Calgary) via Macleod Trail:Driving Directions to Spruce Meadows
South on Macleod Trail, then turn west on Spruce Meadows Trail (also known as Hwy 22X / Stoney Trail) and travel approximately 2km. Watch for signs.
(From Edmonton) via Deerfoot Trail:
South on Deerfoot Trail, then turn west on Stoney Trail Hwy 201 (also known as Hwy 22X) and travel approximately 5 km. Watch for signs.
(From US Border) via Highway 2:
Before reaching the southern city limits of Calgary, turn west on Spruce Meadows Trail (also known as Hwy 22X / Stoney Trail) and travel for approximately 1 km. Watch for signs.