Accommodations and Flights


Come spend the weekend with some great people and great games!

Sherwood Park, Alberta is a fantastic place to attend an expo. Amazing food and lodging available. If you are not familiar with the area (or if you are flying in for the event), there are plenty of options available for dining within walking distance or a very short drive.

Expo this year is conveniently located right off of the Yellowhead Highway and if you are looking for adventure around a 30 minute drive to the famous West Edmonton Mall!

We have partnered with one hotel this year. Book before June 1st, 2024 for the best rate. Rooms fill up fast, so please book early, as there are limited rooms available.

YEGPIN - Location - Sherwood Park, Alberta

YEGPIN is in the biggest hamlet in the world — Sherwood Park. It is a short drive from the city centre. There are many amazing hotels and restaurants in the Park. Our partner hotel, is offering their best rate with many add-on amenities.



Best Western Plus – Sherwood Park

Booking Phone Number: 780-416-7800

Booking Website:

Address: 300 Lakeland Drive, Sherwood Park, AB, CA

Best Western Plus is right across from Millennium Place, only a convenient two minute walk to facility.
It has a 4.5 google rating and the best choice for those that are looking for nice accommodations.

YEGPIN Rate Package includes:
*Complimentary Hot Buffet Breakfast
*Free WI-FI & Parking
*24 Hour Exercise Room
*Salt Water Indoor Pool and Hot tub (6am – 10pm)
*Business Center

Mention YEGPIN during booking to get the show rate.
YEGPIN Show Rate: $134.99 plus taxes

**Rooms are limited so please book early.**

YEGPIN Hotel Group Rates


YEG Airport

Edmonton International Airport is a short drive 25 minutes to Sherwood Park.

Please note there is no rail or LRT service from the airport to Edmonton.

Details on transit to and from the airport can be found here.

There is a great public bus and LRT system in Edmonton. Once you are in the city that is. From YEG look into the shuttle, taxi, uber, or phone a relative. Isn’t that what Facebook is really for anyways?