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Top 10 Adventurous Activities


Get your blood pumping with this thrilling summer bucket list. With beautiful weather and seemingly limitless locales to explore, summer is ripe for adventure. Whether that means testing your bravery on a ropes course 50 feet in the air, or opening your palette to new cuisines, the city has an exciting summer activity for you. …Read More

Top 10 Hidden Gems


Explore Edmonton’s unknown treasures. These summer to-dos aren’t as well known, but that’s part of the draw. From underground festivals to quaint summer eats, this list will have you wandering off the beaten path and into some of Edmonton’s best-kept secrets. Edmonton’s known for a lot of secrets, including these nifty finds When it comes …Read More
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Explore Edmonton’s unknown treasures.

These summer to-dos aren’t as well known, but that’s part of the draw. From underground festivals to quaint summer eats, this list will have you wandering off the beaten path and into some of Edmonton’s best-kept secrets.

Edmonton’s known for a lot of secrets, including these nifty finds

When it comes to anything unusual, Edmonton has its fair share fair share of hidden finds, some of them tucked away in popular locations, and others requiring a bit of sleuthing to discover. We’ve taken a bit of legwork and heavy lifting out of the equation to provide you some background on just a few of them.

Alexander Circle Park

From the air, this grassy refuge looks like everything converges to the centre of the world. Actually, you’d find yourself in a park in Old Glenora, with an ornate fountain and lots of bench space on the premises. Located by Stony Plain Road and 102 Avenue, even passers-by are unaware of the spot.

Clap and Squeak

Who knows how many acoustic engineers it took to create this effect on the Legislature Grounds? Follow the footpaths north of the domed building to a giant brick circle and stand right in the centre. Now clap. Almost instantaneously, you’ll hear an echo of a squeak.

End of the World

Edmontonians can’t stand being told they live in the middle of nowhere, but at least they can claim being on the edge of the planet. That would be the retaining wall blocking remnants of the old Keilor Road from the river. See it from a distance via Saskatchewan Drive in the Belgravia neighbourhood.

Henday Wildlife Underpass

It’s admirable that planners introduced this component as part of the Anthony Henday Freeway to accommodate wild animals who use the river valley to pass through the city undisturbed. For a chance to see nature using the facility, you can access it via the McTaggart neighbourhood.

Leadbeater’s Genesis

At first glance, this sculpture in The Citadel’s Lee Pavilion looks like a flying saucer crash. But its creator, Roy Leadbeater —one of the city’s most celebrated artists— said it was inspired by the historic Apollo 11 moon mission and the Big Bang Theory. Either way, it’s an eye-catching display.

Okuda San Miguel Mural

Edmonton’s Old Strathcona neighbourhood has more than its share of eccentricities, namely a six-storey mural by Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel. Donations totaling $120,000 made possible this half-wolf, half-human caricature on the side of the Crawford Block, making it the city’s largest mural.

Purple Haze

Edmonton’s weirdest surreptitious pastime consists of folks heading down to the Legislature Grounds to stare into one of the orange footlights aimed at the dome for 30 seconds. The result? You’ll see everything in a shade of purple for about a minute.

Resonant Progression Sculptures

In Terwillegar Park lie three weird-looking installations meant to be seen and heard. Created by artist Royden Mills, one piece amplifies natural sounds, the other bounces those sounds while the third one is meant for personal reflection, probably to help make sense of those altered sounds.

Roper Pond

Believe it or not, pelicans use this wetland spot that’s totally surrounded by industrial complexes on the south side. Just off Roper Road east of 75 Street, you’d never know you’re in the city, given the lush vegetation and abundance of animal life.

Talus Dome Balls

This sculpture is hardly a hidden find, since locals have complained about this installation at Fox Drive and the Whitemud Freeway for eons. But its real secret is up close where you can catch the reflective splendor of the sculpture, which depending on the sun’s position can get kaleidoscopic at times.

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Top 10 Activities for Teens


Nip boredom before it begins with these activities that are sure to please even the pickiest of teens. Teenagers can be a little harder to keep occupied than young kids, and they’re not always up for activities with the whole family. These events are your teen’s opportunity to get away from screens for a few …Read More

Top 10 Rainy-day Activities


Head indoors for one of these weather-proof activities.   Don’t let a little rain spoil your summer fun. There are plenty of indoor activities around the city to keep you occupied when the weather turns sour. From galleries to indoor markets to escaping a haunted cabin, these rainy day activities will keep you dry and …Read More

Top 10 Things to Do Just Outside Edmonton


Get out of the city and spend the day at one of these nearby hangouts. Looking for a quick getaway? These ten spots are less than two hours from the city and are the perfect way for families, friends, or solo fun-seekers to explore what nearby cities and towns have to offer. Walk with dinosaurs, …Read More
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Get out of the city and spend the day at one of these nearby hangouts.

Looking for a quick getaway? These ten spots are less than two hours from the city and are the perfect way for families, friends, or solo fun-seekers to explore what nearby cities and towns have to offer. Walk with dinosaurs, shoot some spuds, or laze on the beach—just make sure you pack a snack for the drive home.  
  1. Hang with dinosaurs at Jurassic Forest      23210 Township Road 564 #2
Gibbons, AB  Travel back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Set in an old-growth forest North of Gibbons, Jurassic Forest is home to life-sized dinosaur replicas, interactive displays, and other prehistoric activities for families. Identify the remains of one of the forest’s previous dwellers, or search for clues in a scavenger hunt.  
  1. Look for wildlife at Elk Island National Park      54401 Range Rd 203
Fort Saskatchewan, AB    Spend the day bird or animal watching, kayaking, or hiking in this natural wildlife refuge. As an important sanctuary for bison, 300 species of mammals, birds and fish, Elk Island is a nature-lover’s paradise.  
  1. Spend the day at Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm     56311 Lily Lake Rd
Bon Accord, AB With a corn maze, garden centre, farm animals, tractor and wagon rides, haunted farm house and more, a trip to Prairie Gardens is worth the drive. Take the kids to the Outpost General Store for a free mini face painting, and stroll through the forest trail.  
  1. Visit the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park      4 Meadowview Dr
St. Albert, AB Take a guided tour of two provincially designated grain elevators and experience a taste of early 20th century living. The site is also home to a replica 1920’s train station where history buffs can put their Morse Code skills to the test.  
  1. Go country at Leduc Black Gold Rodeo      Leduc, AB
May 31–June 3 The Leduc Black Gold Rodeo and Exhibition is a home-grown good time for couples, families, or friends. Ride the midway rides, watch world-class rodeo performers, and kick the dust up at the rodeo dance.  
  1. Soak up the sun at Sylvan Lake      Sylvan Lake, AB
Enjoy a day at the beach, just an hour and a half south of Edmonton. Park your towel on the grass and soak in some rays before grabbing an ice cream cone from one of Sylvan’s famous parlours. Then float around the lake or try the Aqua Splash—the town’s floating obstacle course.  
  1. Get lost in the Edmonton Corn Maze      Spruce Grove, AB
Not just for autumn, the Edmonton Corn Maze opens for summer visitors July 26. Along with the classic maze—grown in a new shape every year—the Corn Maze has farm animals, giant jumping pillows, pedal cars, spud guns and a ton of games. A great summer destination with something for everyone.  
  1. Float on Pembina River       Entwistle, AB
Relax and take in the natural beauty of Pembina’s river valley as you float down the gentle river. Bring your own tube or rent one from Pembina River Tubing, and take a shuttle from the parking lot to the river entrance. Expect the journey back down the river to take around 3 hours—plenty of time for laughing, splashing, or sun-soaked serenity.  
  1. Experience the Ukrainian Cultural Village      Hwy 16 E
Tofield, AB See history brought to life at this living history museum. Learn about Ukrainian immigration to Alberta as told by costumed interpreters, and see how it has impacted our province’s cultural landscape. Check out the Village’s summer programs or group tours for a unique, interactive experience.  
  1. Canoe down the North Saskatchewan      Devon, AB
Grab a friend or two, some snacks and a canoe, and paddle down Edmonton’s winding river. Book with a service like Canoeheads, and catch a ride from Wilfred Laurier Park to Devon Bridge before making your way downstream.   Did we miss your favourite activity or event? Do you have memories you want to share? Share them in the comment section below, or share your photos on our instagram feed. https://www.instagram.com/edmontonsummerinthecity/     [post_title] => Top 10 Things to Do Just Outside Edmonton [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => top-10-things-to-do-just-outside-edmonton [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-01-17 20:02:04 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-01-17 20:02:04 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://www.summercity.ca/?p=9160 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [_excerpt] => Get out of the city and spend the day at one of these nearby hangouts. Looking for a quick getaway? These ten spots are less than two hours from the city and are the perfect way for families, friends, or solo fun-seekers to explore what nearby cities and towns have to offer. Walk with dinosaurs, … ) 1

Top 10 Free Summer Activities for Kids


Your guide to free summer activities for the entire family.  School’s out, and summer fun is in! Check out these free events and child-friendly destinations, and get kids active, inspired and involved in the city this season. From running around with dinosaurs to floating down a lazy river, this guide to free summer fun has …Read More

Top 10 Free Things to Do in Edmonton


All of the summer fun with none of the cost!  Getting out with family or friends this summer shouldn’t break the bank. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of free activities in Edmonton. Take advantage of free admission days, explore some of the city’s arts festivals, or get up close and personal with the night sky—Edmonton’s free …Read More

Top 10 Outdoor Recreation Spots


Pack a blanket, a picnic lunch, and enjoy the great outdoors. The city and surrounding area is filled with beautiful parks, gardens and nature reserves, and there’s no better time to explore them than during summer. Hike in the city’s river valley, admire the cultivated gardens or glimpse an elk or bison over lunch. Edmonton …Read More
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Pack a blanket, a picnic lunch, and enjoy the great outdoors.

The city and surrounding area is filled with beautiful parks, gardens and nature reserves, and there’s no better time to explore them than during summer. Hike in the city’s river valley, admire the cultivated gardens or glimpse an elk or bison over lunch. Edmonton and area’s top summer spots are waiting for your next outdoor adventure or tranquil walk in the park.  
  1. William Hawrelak Park       9330 Groat Rd NW
Packed with picnic spots, plenty of open green space and a man-made lake, Hawkrelak Park should make every local family’s summer to-do list. Centrally located in Edmonton’s river valley, it is easily accessible by car or public transit and plays host to a variety of summer festivals including the Freewill Shakespeare Festival and Symphony Under the Sky. Bring a football, Frisbee, or badminton rackets for a fun-filled afternoon in the park.  
  1. Elk Island National Park      54401 Range Rd 203    Fort Saskatchewan, AB
Elk Island National Park is an Alberta treasure. Located approximately 30 minutes East of Edmonton, the park is a wildlife oasis for bison, elk, and birds. Bring a blanket and enjoy a quiet day away from the hustle and bustle of the city, or strap on a backpack and hit the trails. You can also visit the interactive Astotin theatre, rent a kayak, or check out their seasonal programs.  
  1. U of A Botanic Garden     51227 AB-60      Parkland County, AB
The University of Alberta Botanic Garden, formerly known as the Devonian Gardens, is a 240-acre collection of carefully cultivated themed gardens including the Kurimoto Japanese Garden and the new Aga Khan Garden. Explore flora, fauna, and family fun just 15 minutes southwest of the city.  
  1. St. Albert Botanic Park      265 Sturgeon Rd      St. Albert, AB
This five-acre garden is perfect for locals with an appreciation of Alberta plants. Hosting a variety of themed gardens including the famous Rose Garden, Crabapple Lane, and cozy Cottage Garden, the Botanic Park is a peaceful place to spend an afternoon.  
  1. 100 Street Funicular      10065 100 St NW
The River Valley Funicular provides mechanized access to the river valley for people of all ages and abilities. The Funicular operates like an elevator and can fit up to 20 people inside. Take a scenic trip down into the river valley for a hike or picnic before walking across the promenade to the lookout point.  
  1. Rundle Park            2909 113 Ave, NW
Located on the northeast side of Edmonton, Rundle Park is a beautiful multi-use area with trails, sports fields and a Frisbee golf course. There are six sites available for reservation, and many more sites available on a first come-first served basis, making it a great location for family functions and birthday parties.  
  1. John Janzen Nature Centre         7000 143 St
Go on a nature adventure at the John Janzen Nature Centre. Learn about composting, look in on a real bee hive, get up close and personal with pond life and explore Edmonton’s natural flora and fauna. On rainy days, kids can explore re-created wildlife habitats in the Tegler Discovery Zone.  
  1. Victoria Park         12030 River Valley Rd NW
This park runs alongside the north bank of the North Saskatchewan, and is known for its walking and cycling trails. Play a family game of softball or cricket before enjoying a picnic lunch or barbeque at one of the park’s picnic sites.  
  1. Alberta Legislature         10800 97 Ave NW
Walk through the grounds and explore the site’s many fountains and gardens. Bring a swimsuit for the wading pool, and spread out under one of the historic trees for a picnic. Visit the brand new visitor’s centre on your way in, or take a guided tour of the provincial building, which run every run every hour.  
  1. Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park       250 Diamond Ave    Spruce Grove, AB
Running along the western edge of St. Albert and Edmonton, the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park is filled with possibilities for your next family adventure. Big Lake takes up more than half of the park’s area, making it a hub for waterfowl, swans and other birds. Take a pair of binoculars and see what you can spot from the boardwalk, and enjoy your walk through this tranquil marshland.   Share your stories of your favourite outdoor spot in the comments below. Also, tell us about some of your favourites that we missed, and you can share your shots of both on our Instagram feed. https://www.instagram.com/edmontonsummerinthecity/ [post_title] => Top 10 Outdoor Recreation Spots [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => top-10-outdoor-recreation-spots [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-01-17 04:03:54 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-01-17 04:03:54 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://www.summercity.ca/?p=9153 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [_excerpt] => Pack a blanket, a picnic lunch, and enjoy the great outdoors. The city and surrounding area is filled with beautiful parks, gardens and nature reserves, and there’s no better time to explore them than during summer. Hike in the city’s river valley, admire the cultivated gardens or glimpse an elk or bison over lunch. Edmonton … ) 1

Top 10 Kid-friendly Campgrounds


Unwind and unplug for a weekend of family fun at one of these Alberta campgrounds. It wouldn’t be summer in Alberta without a few weekend getaways with the family. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of great kid-friendly campgrounds in the province. So pack up the trailer, and enjoy the great outdoors at one of these local …Read More
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Unwind and unplug for a weekend of family fun at one of these Alberta campgrounds.

It wouldn’t be summer in Alberta without a few weekend getaways with the family. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of great kid-friendly campgrounds in the province. So pack up the trailer, and enjoy the great outdoors at one of these local destinations.
  1. Dinosaur Provincial Park Campground      Patricia, AB
Nightly rate: $26–33 or $105-130 for comfort camping Located in the Alberta Badlands, Dinosaur Provincial Park is as rich with family fun as it is with history. Go for a guided tour through the hoodoos, and visit the Interpretive Visitor’s Centre to scope some of the fossils found in the area. Camp in one of the park’s tent or RV-friendly sites, or get cozy in a luxurious canvas-walled tent.  
  1. Little Bow Provincial Park Campground     Champion, AB
Nightly rate: $26–33 Situated on the Travers Reservoir, the campground at Little Bow Provincial Park is ideal for water sports and fishing. During the day, the entire family can enjoy the beach and nearby playgrounds, while evenings can be spent looking for Great Horned Owls in the campground’s trees.  
  1. Ol’ MacDonald’s Resort       Erskine, AB  (feature photo above). 
Nightly rate: $30–55 This family-friendly campground is packed with amenities for any kind of weather. Zip around the grounds on pedal carts, visit the farm animals, or take in the sun and sand at the beach on Buffalo Lake. The resort’s arcade and indoor mini golf will keep the good times going even on unexpected rainy days.  
  1. Pelican Point Park and Campground       Bashaw, AB
Nightly rate: $25–31 Located on the North Shore of Buffalo Lake in Camrose County, Pelican Point Campground has one of the best family beaches in the province. In addition to traditional amenities like coin showers, fire pits, and hiking trails, the campsites face the beautiful lake, which is complete with a large playground, volleyball nets, and a basketball hoop.  
  1. Kinbrook Island Provincial Park Campground     Rainier, AB
Nightly rate: $26–33 With ample opportunity for water sports, fishing, as well as land activities like hiking, horseshoes and bird-watching in the nearby wetlands, this lakeside campground is sure to be a new family favourite.  
  1. Stargazer Campground      Tofield, AB
Nightly rate: $39–44 This private campground is located just 30 minutes east of Edmonton, making it ideal for quick getaways with young kids. The campground is complete with an outdoor pool and playground, and has only 40 treed sites—perfect for a peaceful weekend adventure.  
  1. Crimson Lake Provincial Park Campground      Rocky Mountain House, AB
Nightly rate: $33 This campground is packed with amenities to make your stay comfortable. The campground store is stocked with food and souvenirs, while showers and laundry mean you can comfortably deal with messy kids. Take the family for scenic hikes on the many surrounding trails, and visit the amphitheater for educational programming.  
  1. Writing on Stone Provincial Park Campground      Milk River, AB
Nightly rate: $26–33 Located among cottonwood trees in the Milk River valley, Writing on Stone Campground is an idyllic spot for families to explore Indigenous culture in the Southern Alberta landscape. Immerse yourself in Blackfoot history at the Interpretive Centre, or view ancient petroglyphs on a scenic bus tour. On hot summer days, kids can play on the sandy beach before heading to the general store for ice cream.  
  1. Long Lake Campground        Ellscott, AB
Nightly rate: $29–36 Complete with volleyball nets, horseshoe pits, and concession, this provincial park campground is fun for the entire family. Take a scenic hike through the nearby forests, and spend sunny afternoons boating or building sand castles on the beach. Located an hour and a half north of Edmonton, this campground is a short drive away for young kids.  
  1. David Thompson Resort        Cline River, AB
Nightly rate: $25–50 Located near Nordegg, Alberta, David Thompson Resort is a short drive away from Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise, and the Columbia Icefields. Enjoy the nearby hiking and biking trails, fishing and horseback riding, and see what the Canadian Rockies has to offer. They also have a hotel for those wanting to limit their outdoor experience to daytime only!   Did we miss your favourite campground? Do you have memories of these campgrounds? Share your camping experiences in the comment section below, or share your camping photos on our instagram feed. https://www.instagram.com/edmontonsummerinthecity/ [post_title] => Top 10 Kid-friendly Campgrounds [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => top-10-kid-friendly-campgrounds [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-01-17 03:55:41 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-01-17 03:55:41 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://www.summercity.ca/?p=9148 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [_excerpt] => Unwind and unplug for a weekend of family fun at one of these Alberta campgrounds. It wouldn’t be summer in Alberta without a few weekend getaways with the family. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of great kid-friendly campgrounds in the province. So pack up the trailer, and enjoy the great outdoors at one of these local … ) 1

Top 10 Hot Dogs/Sausages


Take a city-wide tour of summer’s favourite food on a bun. Cooked on the barbeque or roasted over a campfire, hot dogs are a summer staple. But you don’t need a grill to get a great dog this season. These restaurants, carts and food trucks are serving up some of the best hot dogs and …Read More
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Take a city-wide tour of summer’s favourite food on a bun.

Cooked on the barbeque or roasted over a campfire, hot dogs are a summer staple. But you don’t need a grill to get a great dog this season. These restaurants, carts and food trucks are serving up some of the best hot dogs and sausages in the city—meat-lovers rejoice!
  1. It’ Dog   8621 109 St
Can’t decide between fried chicken or a hot dog? At It’ Dog, you don’t have to. This Korean fusion hot dog joint offers their dogs fully loaded with toppings like truffle mac and cheese, beef short rib and crispy chicken. Dogs are served on a gluten-free or pretzel bun.
  1. Fat Franks     Various locations around the city
If you’re craving a traditional hot dog or smokie, Fat Franks has you covered. With a fleet of street carts and three permanent locations around the city, Fat Franks is the city’s oldest street vendor serving up traditional-style dogs with a few twists for the adventurous.
  1. Otto     11405 95 St NW
This funky eatery has fast become known for its assortment of craft sausages. With menu options like the Peruvian—a Latin-inspired sausage with red wine and cumin—and a chicken sausage made with Thai green curry and coconut milk, these sausages go way beyond ketchup and mustard.
  1. Salz Bratwurst Co.    10556 115 St
If you’re in the market for a traditional German bratwurst, look no further than Salz. The sausages are made in-house, and are served nestled in a half-loaf of crusty bread or on a platter with a side and pickles. Stop by this hole-in-the-wall hotspot and get a taste of Germany right here in the city.
  1. MEAT    8216 104 St
It’s no surprise that this trendy smokehouse would have great sausages. In addition to their extensive menu of, well, meat, they offer a full or half-ring of artisan Andouille sausage, crafted by Meuwly’s. With a lineup of sides and original barbeque sauces, your dog is in good company.
  1.  Yeg Burger    
Yeg Burger
  1. Tubby Dogs    
Go for a drive to Calgary for these tasty dogs
  1. Pub 1905     10525 Jasper Ave
Among the classic pub fare of nachos and pulled pork poutine, you’ll find a menu of gourmet dogs. Available in beef, sausage, or veggie, Pub 1905’s hot dog menu has everything from traditional dogs with a twist to pairings well beyond sauerkraut and mustard–think goat cheese, artichokes, and sundried tomatoes. Plus, there are plenty of other options for friends who aren’t in the mood for a dog today.
  1. MKT     8101 Gateway Blvd.
Along with a drink menu overflowing with craft and popular beers, MKT offers a great selection of food items—enter: brat on a bun. Served on a soft pretzel bun with curry ketchup and Dijon, the MKT brat is a traditional German sausage turned up a notch.
  1. Baba Finks      10050 Jasper Ave; 1A 10020 Jasper Ave
This Ukrainian canteen tops their dogs with a variety of flavours you already love, but may not have seen on a sausage before. The Godfather Dog is stacked with pizza toppings like pepperoni and mozzarella cheese, while the Ukrainian dog delivers pyrogy, sautéed onions and bacon bits with every bite. Did we miss your favourite hot dog place? Tell us all about your favourite in the comments below or share a photo on https://www.instagram.com/edmontonsummerinthecity/ [post_title] => Top 10 Hot Dogs/Sausages [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => top-10-hot-dogs-sausages [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-05-03 02:15:32 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-05-03 02:15:32 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://www.summercity.ca/?p=9137 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [_excerpt] => Take a city-wide tour of summer’s favourite food on a bun. Cooked on the barbeque or roasted over a campfire, hot dogs are a summer staple. But you don’t need a grill to get a great dog this season. These restaurants, carts and food trucks are serving up some of the best hot dogs and … ) 1