2020 - Discover Alberta's East Country

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Alberta’s east country

Take One





72 pt

East Central R Alberta

60 pt





48 pt

36 pt

Published 30 pt by (Coronation) ECA Review • ph.403-578-4111 • online www.ECAreview.com

24 pt


18 pt


Stettler, AB

Percy Marcellus

Owner / Operator

From Light to Heavy Duty Towing

Good Relations with all motor clubs



• June 10 to Sept 30 - Weekly Farmer’s Market

- Wednesdays 3:30 to 7:00 PM, at the Main Street Park ,

see Alberta Farmers Market website


• December 12 - Snowflake Saturday - hay rides

through-out town, Craft sale at the Community Hall,

businesses open late, hot dogs at Main Street Park

supplied by the Chamber of Commerce


• Main Street park with a spray park

• DECRA Grounds that has ball diamonds, gymkhana grounds,

skateboard park, and arena

• Curling rink • K – 12 school • Golf course • Camping facilities

• Walking trails • Restaurants • Grocery stores

Delburne Medical Center - Now OPEN

25 minutes east of Red Deer on highway 595 and south on highway 21

Village Office 403-749-3606 www.delburne.ca

Alix 2

Bill’s Waterwell Service Ltd2

Amisk 3

Amisk C Store3

Bashaw 3

Bashaw Golf & Country Club3

Big Knife 4

Diplomat Mine Museum Society4

Big Valley 4

Big Valley Creations Science Museum5

Botha 6

Morrow Communications6

Jim Renschler Construction6

Camrose 7

Damien Kurek, M.P.7

Marg’s Computers7

Castor 9

Castor Evangelical Missionary Church8

Castor Value Drug Mart8

Dark Knight Electric8

Gus Wetter School8

The Liquor Pig9

OK Tire9

The Purple Platypus9

Sutton Group – Landmark Realty9

Chauvin 9

Village of Chauvin9


Village of Clive10


Buffalo Trail Liquor11

Consort Machine Worx11

Heartland Auto and Industrial Supply Ltd36

Rangeland Veterinary Clinic11

Village of Consort (Special Areas)11

Westview Co-operative Association Limited22



Coronation Seed Cleaning Co-op Ltd12

Hanna / Coronation

Vision CentreInside back cover

Lamontagne & Son Holdings Ltd.12

Legacy Pistol Range Inc12

McKenzie Motors12

MR Auto Body12

Town of Coronation13

Vasaya (Leanne McLean)12


Daysland Golf Club14

Greasy D’s Rod & Kustom14

Advertisers by Community


Village of Delburne Inside front cover


UFA – Reinbold Petroleum Ltd.41



John’s Vending Ltd.15

Elnora 17

Sunset Printing17

Village of Elnora17


Coutts Home Hardware19

Forestburg Hotel / Many Horses Saloon18

Forestburg Meat Processing18

LRT Cafe & Go’Fer Ice CreamInside back cover

The What Not Shop18

Village of Forestburg19


Village of Halkirk20


Acadia Foundation21

Centre Street Thrift Store21

Hanna / Coronation

Vision CentreInside back cover

Matt Stahl Construction22

Town of Hanna21

UFA – Reinbold Petroleum Ltd.41

Westview Co-operative Association Limited22


Village of Heisler23


Twice Nice Store Society23


Village of Lougheed26

Mirror 27

Gracie D’s Antiques & Collectables27

Living Truth Christian School27

Whistle Stop28


Ace Hardware29

Oyen Value Drug Mart29

Paintearth County29

Paintearth Adult Learning Council29


Bouma Meats30

Buckin’ Good Welding Ltd30

Special Areas #4

Special Areas – Parks Outside back cover


Action Plumbing & Excavation32

Anderson Law Office32

Auto Trust32

Ben Van Haga Trucking33

Brenda’s Cozy Cafe33

Brennan Auto Body Repair Ltd.33

Caroline’s Homespun Seasons34

Club Cafe34

Dean’s Machine Inc.34

Fastimes Towing & Trucking Inside front cover

Fireside Winery & Market Garden35

Generations RV35

Gyro Ag. Ltd35

Heartland Auto and Industrial Supply Ltd36

Heartland Stationers 201435

J.T. Auto Body36

Jensen Interior’s36


Nozzle Ninja38

Dr. Patel Family Dental37

Root 56 Hair Studio38

Schwartz Home Building Centre38

The Shoe Closet38

Sirrom Wiring & Electrical Services Ltd39


Stettler Building Supplies39

Stettler Denture Clinic40

Stettler IDA Pharmacy40

Stettler Veterinary Clinic40

Stoutenberg & Company Professional Corp.40

Super Suds Car Wash41

UFA – Reinbold Petroleum Ltd.41

Valley Green Landscaping41


Fantasy Hair and Nail Care42


JWR Transport42

Village of Veteran42


Town of Wainwright43

Veterinary Medical Centre of Eastern Alberta43

Wainwright School44


Raval Paradise Motel & RV Park44

Fishing 46

Campgrounds 47

Museums / Attractions 47

Golf Courses 47


Alphabetical Index 48

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Acme - Alliance

Haunted Lakes Golf Course near Alix, Ab. has challenging up and down fairways.

Acadia Valley

A hamlet in southeast Alberta within the Municipal

District (M.D.) of Acadia No. 34. The hamlet is located

along Highway 41 commonly referred to as Buffalo

Trail between Oyen and Medicine Hat and sits about

14.5 km (9.0 mi) west of the Alberta-Saskatchewan

border. It hosts attractions such as the trout fishing in

the Acadia Municipal Recreation Dam 4 miles west of

town on Hwy. 41, the Prairie Elevator Museum, a

former restored Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator with

a community gift shop and tea house, and a CNR

caboose. The campground has 10 fully serviced

camping sites.


A village found along Hwy. 575 near Linden or 83 km

northeast of Calgary. Acme has a local campground,

curling and racquet ball club, a swimming pool, golf

course, a variety of parks and playgrounds, gas station

and a library among other businesses. The name Acme

is derived from the village’s railway heritage. When the

Canadian Pacific Railway reached the area in 1909, the

village’s station became the most northerly stop on the

company’s network. The moniker ‘Acme’ is of Greek

origin, meaning ‘the highest point’ thus was applied to

the community by CPR surveyors of the day.


Originally named Toddsville after Joseph Todd who

came to the area in 1900 from Michigan, USA. The original

quarter, which was Todd’s homestead became the

site of the Village of Alix that was officially incorporated

on June 3, 1907. Alix Wagon Wheel Museum

exhibits include Dr. Irene Parlby, The Todds, Central

Alberta Dairy Pool, Women of Aspenland, Pioneer

Living, Tools of Trades, Heritage Fashion, One Room

School House, early Churches, plus much more.

Alix Lake Recreation Area Campground has 11 stalls

with power on the shore of beautiful Alix Lake, day use

area, playground, bathroom and shower facilities and

concession. Waterskiing and wakeboarding enthusiasts

are welcome. Haunted Lakes Golf Club is northeast of

Alix on Hwy 601 - a 9-hole course with two sets of tee

boxes for 18 holes, as well as 27 camping stalls, a beach

and picnic area bordering picturesque Haunted Lakes.


Established as a station on a Canadian National rail

line in 1916, Alliance became a village in 1918. The

name was chosen by a resident Tom Edwards, who

named the community after his home city in the United

States; Alliance, Ohio. The Alliance Museum provides

special features including the Norman Johnston room

and over 800 doll collection and their furniture. This

museum is a traditional agricultural museum housed

in an old church, a furnished log cabin, the old railway

station house and a machinery yard. Alliance

Campground, located on the north end of Main Street

with four sites with water, power, showers, washrooms,

walking trail and is next to ball diamonds and the


Bill’s Waterwell

Services Ltd.

Well Drilling

Pumps & Repairs




Office: 403-747-2120

Cell: 403-396-6543

Altario - Bawlf Page 3


Porterfield Robinson arrived in the Altario area in

1909 where he established the first post office. Founded

in 1919, the name came from the combination of Alberta

and Ontario.

In the past, Altario was a large well-populated community

but is now a hamlet in Special Areas 4 on Sec.

Hwy 899 north of Hwy 12. A school, Kindergarten to

Grade 12, remains as well as a few businesses but no

services. Buildings still standing include the Kreiser’s

Garage, Jake’s Store, the hall, the school, the Alberta

Hotel/Bar, post office, and the church.


A village in east central Alberta northwest of

Hughenden and southeast of Hardisty on Hwy. 13. The

name comes from the ‘amisk’, a Cree word for “ beaver”,

and was surveyed by the Canadian Pacific Railway in

1906. Amisk boasts of the oldest registered public

library in rural Alberta. The Amisk population

according to the 2016 census is 84. The village has a

school from Grades 1-3, village office and a convenience



Nestled in the valley near the shores of Buffalo Lake

at the crossroads of Hwy 21 and 53 and centrally located

in Prairie Parkland Country. Being less than a one hour

drive from Red Deer, Stettler, Ponoka, Lacombe and

Camrose makes Bashaw perfectly situated for those

who desire access to larger centers but value the small

town lifestyle. Bashaw was named after Eugene

Bashaw, an original owner of the town site after the

original name, Forster was found to be a community in

Saskatchewan. Today, the Town of Bashaw campground

offers 16 unserviced sites and a dump station.

Bashaw Golf and Country Club, nestled along the

shores of Buffalo Lake, has 20 sites with 30 amp power, a

dumping station, water at the clubhouse and coin operated

shower facilities at the clubhouse. Country 9 Golf &

RV Resort is located at 42251 Hwy 21.


A village located southeast of Camrose founded in

1905 as a stop on the Canadian Pacific Railway line. It

was named after Nicholas Bawlf who was then president

of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Many of the

streets and avenues have been given the names of pioneer

families. Bawlf School is a Kindergarten to Grade

12 school that serves a population of approximately 350

students. Jubilee Park Campground is a great option to

get the camping experience and has a ball diamond and


* Coffee

* Sandwiches

* Subs

* Hot Dogs

* Soup

* Salads

* Ice Cream

Amisk C Store

Open @ 5:30 am Daily

Phone: 780-856-3734

Bashaw Golf &

Country Club

5th oldest course in Alberta

2 km south of Bashaw just off Hwy 21

Restaurant & Golf Shop

• Green fees: Weekdays/Weekends: 9 Holes $20/$25,

18 Holes $30/$35, Holidays $30/$35

• Punch cards available.

• Sunday, Monday Tuesday - 2 for one rates!

beginning at 4 p.m. each day

• Power Carts: 9/18 holes: $25/$35; pull carts available

• Club Rentals: $16.50

Camping: Individual and group camping on Buffalo

Lake, power, firepits water/servicing station, showers.

$30 - 30 amp power; $35 - 30 amp power & water

Stay & Play: Mon. - Thurs. $57.75 (includes 1 night

camping & two rounds of golf (9 holes).

Call for all bookings: 780-372-2333


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Big Knife Provincial Park

Located on the Battle River north of Hwy 12, Halkirk

on Sec. Hwy 855, is open from May to Sept. with 50

unserviced campsites and 11 walk-in tent spots for

fishing, hiking, kayaking, canoeing or power-boating.

Some of the facilities offered include fire pits, firewood,

a playground, sewage disposal, tap water, boat launch

pay phone, volleyball court, horseshoe game space,

hiking, geocaching and wildlife viewing.

Big Stone

An unincorporated community in Special Areas 3

located 28 km. (17 mi) south of Hwy 9, taking it’s name

from nearby Big Stone Creek. Blood Indian Park is also

located next to Big Stone with the campgrounds official

opening Aug. of 1987. Big Stone Trading Post offers

fishing, hunting, and food supplies May through

October long weekend.

Blood Indian Park

Located 30 km south of Youngstown on Hwy #884 situated

in the heart of Special Areas 3 at Big Stone, Ab. It

has 29 serviced sites and a 300 unit campground for

random camping. First come, first serve basis. Fishing

trout, playgrounds, showers, wifi, a new Splash Park

and a store for extra camping needs. Bring a boat or go

swimming in the lake.

Big Valley

Was settled before 1910 as the people of the time found

the value in the rich soil and natural grass which came

to be known as prairie wool. By 1911 the Canadian

Northern Railway began to lay track through Big

Valley. Today, Big Valley hosts the Prairie Steam Train

tours in the summer which attracts thousands of visitors

annually. Travel back in time and let the Big Valley

Historical Society show you the many historic sites.

Start at the main museum and the 1930’s McAlister

Motors Garage. See the vintage automobiles, trucks,

tractors, other antiques and artifacts, the new Tool

Museum, the Canadian Northern Society’s 1912 CN

Railway Station and the nearby interpretive walk to the

Roundhouse. Explore the other historic sites— the 1916

St. Edmund’s Anglican Church (the “Blue Church”), the

wooden grain elevator, and the railway baggage cars

which display a collection of salt and pepper shakers

and model trains.The Big Valley 9-hole Golf Course has

lots of hills on sand greens.


Although not much remains of the quaint hamlet,

Bindloss has a store that still operates as well as a

church. For the abandon building seekers, this is a perfect

location to find some old prairie buildings standing

the test of time. The hamlet was named after the

English author Harold Edward Bindloss who wrote a

number of notable Western novels. It is located in

Big Knife - Bodo

Special Areas No. 2 and approximately 10 km west of

Hwy 41 and 97 km north of Medicine Hat.


The community is a hamlet in the MD of Provost and

was named after Bodø, Norway. Approx. 20 population

(2016 census). A few kilometres SW of the Hamlet and 35

km south of Provost is an archeological dig site appropriately

named the Bodo Archaeology Centre. It is one

of the largest and most well-preserved pre-contact

archaeological areas in Western Canada.

The site is large (approx. 200 hectares) and particularly

rich complex of archaeological resources that

exhibit evidence of multiple periods of human activity

and habitation dating back as early as 5,000 years ago.

The site also includes evidence for the continued use

over the last 500 years of a “bison pound” where hundreds

of bison were corralled and killed at one time,

which provides invaluable insight to ancient hunting

and butchering strategies.

At Bodo, you have the unique opportunity to take

part in the ongoing archaeological excavation at this

important locale and to contribute to the discovery of

Alberta’s exciting past.

No services.

The Diplomat Mine Museum

is located on Hwy 855

just north of

Big Knife Provincial Park.

Home to the Marion 360, the world’s largest mobile land machine in 1927

and the Bucyrus-Erie 120-B shovel, used for loading coal. An antique coal

car and observation deck to view the Mine Reclamation and Battle River

Generating Station.

Kids area, sandbox with shovels and machine replicas to ride and operate.

FREE parking, picnic tables and restrooms available.

Open Daylight Hours, Interpretive Signage enables self guided tours.

Special tours on request:

Ryan Hunting, President (780) 582-3747 ryan.hunting@persona.ca

Gordon Lunty , Treasurer (780) 582-4285 gtlunty@outlook.com

Michael Jahns, Director (780) 582-3553

Big Valley Page 5


See Why

Science Gives

the Glory

Evilution Fails

the Fact and

Creation Fits the Facts


- NO Transitional Fossils

- Genetic Entropy shows a loss of


- Mathematically Impossible

(Possibility vs Probability)

- Can’t tell us what’s right and

wrong (Bio-ethics and Eugenics)

- Promotes Racism

(Google Scientific Racism)

- IF true - Hitler did nothing

wrong & we CAN use Humans

as food, fuel or fertilizer

to God


- Carbon 14 found throughout the

whole geological record

- DNA shows design (NOT by


- The Cambrian Explosion shows

complexity NOT simplicity

- Soft tissue in dinosaur bones

(since 1930s)

- Humans & Dinosaurs co-existed

(aka Dragons)

- Cosmology (Horizon Problem)

(Monopole Problem)

Even Inflation Bankrupts the Big Bang Theory

Christ doesn’t send Anyone to Hell, they chose to go there!

B.V. Creation Science Museum

Box 340 Big Valley, AB T0J 0G0 • ph./fax 403.876.2100 • bvcsm@telus.net • bvcsm.com

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Founded in 1909 around the train station named after

Louis Botha, a south African politician. It was incorporated

on Sept. 5, 1911 and was dissolved from village

status 106 years later on Sept. 1, 2017. It is now absorbed

by the County of Stettler but still holds a unique sight;

the Underwood Flying Machine. The structure is still

visible if you care to drive in and check it out. Botha has

a post office, community hall, arena, and elementary



Was named in 1907 after Charles D. Brownfield, the

first postmaster of the local post office. A Kindergarten

to Grade 9 School, Baptist Church and an active community

centre that houses a hall and curling rink keep

the community active.


A classic ghost town in east central Alberta. It is

located on Hwy 555, between Bindloss and Jenner,

south of the Red Deer River. This spot is known to be

perfect for boating, canoeing or kayaking. For abandoned

building seekers, the Woo Sam’s Mercantile

building store front and high school may suit your

fancy. The modern community hall is the activity

centre of the community.

Buffalo Lake

The Narrows, Buffalo Lake campground is located on

a narrow channel in between southwest end of Buffalo

Lake and Parlby Bay. There are 61 well-treed sites on a

first come first serve entry. Access may be dusty due to

6 km of gravel road before the entrance. This campground

offers campsites for both tents and larger RV’s,

pump water, fire wood, picnic tables, dry toilets, boat

launch and a fish cleaning station. Buffalo Lake offers

good northern Pike fishing. Also perfect for canoeing

or kayaking.

Ol’ MacDonalds Campground on Buffalo Lake has

campsites suitable for tents to RV’s and group sites. Full

service, partial service and unserviced sites are



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Botha, AB (403) 742-9715

Botha - Buffalo Lake

available with washrooms, hot showers and laundry

facilities, free wireless internet & on-site security. It

also has a wide array of amenities including Grandma’s

Kitchen, fire pits at every site with firewood sold at the


Pelican Point Park is located on Buffalo Lake, 10 km

E of Bashaw on Hwy 53 and six km S. It has 58 camp

sites, a beach, pier on site, firepits and firewood available,

fish cleaning stand, public phone, picnic tables,

water pump and tap, showers, group rating and an

interpretive trail.

Buffalo Lake Provincial Recreation Area (Boss Hill):

This campground is an ideal place to meet friends and

family in a great setting for water-based activities and

birding. It also has history as the Hudson’s Bay

Company and had a trading fort here in 1970. Located

off Hwy 56, turn west on to TWP 412.

Rochon Sands Provincial Park, located on the shores

of Buffalo Lake, is a manicured landscape that provides

camping facilities and beach access. From the comfort

of their campsites, park visitors can watch the graceful

flight of geese on their late summer migration south. In

the campground, undergrowth provides protection

from wind while large trees create a cool, shady picnic






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Ph. 403-742-5034

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Byemoor - Carbon Page 7


Was built in the early twentieth century alongside the

railway line. The name referred to a moor in England,

originating from “By-the-moor”. It was an important

centre as it was the main town for a large number of

small farms dotting the prairie countryside. Today,

Byemoor is home to a small hotel, arena, community

hall, curling rink, St. Paul’s Anglican Church and

Byemoor School for elementary and Junior High all of

which service the small farming community, as well as

some oilfield offices. The hamlet often teams up with

the neighbouring community of Endiang, found 10 kms

east, creating the slang term ‘Endmoor’ which shows

the amalgamation between community members and

their events. This community can be found at the intersection

of Hwy 853 and Hwy 589, approximately 70 kms

southeast of Stettler and 80 kms northeast of



A hamlet within the MD of Provost with approximately

113 people according to the 2016 census. It

dissolved from village status on Jan. 1st, 1946. The

hamlet has a general store as well as hotel and modern

community hall and is located south of Hwy 13 between

Hwy 899 and Hwy 41. They recently reinstated an

annual rodeo that invites cowboys from far and wide in

the late spring. Capt. Ayre Lake and Hills of Peace

Campground which boasts of full-service campsites,

laundromat, rugged 9-hole golf course, playgrounds,

concession, showers and washrooms, a beach with

access to swim, sailboard and catch trout.


Camrose Exhibition Trail RV Park: 4250 Exhibition

Drive, located at the east end of Camrose just off of Hwy

13 next door to Camrose Regional Exhibition grounds

and Casino. 107 full serviced, ample lots during

summer and winter months. Amenities include: pull

thru and back sites, picnic tables, fire pits, wifi.

Tillicum Beach Park, Dried Meat Lake: 1 km east on

Hwy 13, 14 km south on Hwy 956 (Tillicum Beach Road).

This 7 serviced site campground includes a recently



Margaret Pearson


4608 - 39 Street

Camrose, AB T4V 2N5

re-developed park. Sites are given on a first come first

serve basis. Coin operated showers, washrooms, Mesa

shelter, walking trails, ball diamond, day use area,

playground, fire pits, boat launch, water tap, pier and

fish cleaning stand.

Camrose and District Centennial Museum. Located

at the corner of 47th Ave. and 53rd St. across from St.

Mary’s Hospital. Experience the pioneer spirit while

visiting 12 heritage/replica buildings and an extensive

collection of historical treasures.

Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park 4407 47

Ave · This urban treasure is surrounded by 13 heritage

gardens includes either self-guided tours or tours with

costumed interpreters.

Camrose Golf Course. 5105-66th Street. This urban,

public 18-hole golf course was established in 1922 and is

city-owned and operated. The course provides all the

amenities required by both recreational golfers and

competitive golfers alike.

Capt. Ayre Lake

Capt. Ayre Lake Campground located south of Hwy

600 between Hwy 41 and Cadogan, full service campsites,

laundromat, rugged nine hole golf course,

playgrounds, concession, showers and washrooms,

beach, swim, canoe, sailboard or catch trout.


This ‘Village in the Valley’ evolved as ranchers

moved into the area in the 1890’s. It became incorporated

in 1912 as a village when the Kneehill Coal Mines

were flourishing. There were many coal seams running

through the valley, thus it was suggested by L.D.

Elliot, an area rancher, that the new village be named

Carbon. It lies in the belt of the Canadian Badlands and

is known for its geographical beauty including the

creek that runs throughout. Carbon is just 40 kms west

of Drumheller and one hour from the Calgary airport

with a strong population of approximately 500.

Farmers Exchange Museum and gift shop is located on

Main Street in Carbon across from the general store.

The local museum displays many interesting and factual

accounts of the mining era, as well as the

development of ranching and rodeo and as time





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Carbon - Castor

progressed the cultivation of the rich soil which

brought many new settlers from U.S.A and Europe. A

unique display also tells the story of the 1921 Carbon

Murder Mystery: three murders that – to this very day

– have never been solved, making it one of the oldest

unsolved murders in Canadian history. The main

campground is located near downtown Carbon on

Caradoc Ave. (Main Street) just below the swimming

pool, school and local amenities.

The larger campground is located along the 836 Hwy

(Rosebud St.) on the east edge of the village, with plenty

of walking trails to explore. It is only a short walking

distance to the Main Campground, swimming pool and

downtown Carbon.

Dark Knight Electric

Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Sheet Metal and

Plumbing Services

Box 996

Dane Jackson

Castor, AB


T0C 0X0

Master Electrician

403 882 3388


Castor Evangelical Missionary Church

5314 50 St., Box 506, Castor, AB T0C 0X0

403-882-4041 • www.castoremc.com

Check our website or FB page for service times & special events.


Locally Owned, Community Invested

Gus Wetter School

Kim & Randy Kary


ph. 403.882.3055

fx. 403.882.2349


5106 - 50th ave.

Castor, aB

Start Right Playschool & Pre-Kindergarten Program

Ages 3-4 combines play, friend-making, and learning in

one program!Lays the foundation for future success -

both in the classroom and in life.

Kids Rule After School!

School days with Tess Breum, Mon-Fri 3:00 – 6:00 pm

Grades 1 - 6. Includes: gym time, playground time,

homework space if needed, craft,

board games, & free play.

Celebrate Learning...

Achieving Excellence

Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12

At Gus Wetter, we recognize that students are

individuals who learn in a variety of ways.

We strive to provide choices and the

best programs possible to meet the needs of our students.

5301 51 Ave., Castor Ab.

Castor - Chauvin Page 9


Castor is French (Latin) for “beaver” and was incorporated

on July 13,1910. The town is known for its duck

and geese migration in the fall. Castor Museum located

on the north side of Hwy 12, east of its intersection with

Hwy 36. Incorporated in 1978, the museum attempts to

promote and preserve the history of the Castor area.

The eclectic series of exhibits are designed to educate

visitors about many aspects of life in this region from

the beginnings of organized and permanent settlement.

A 1910 Alberta Pacific Grain Elevator and collection of

restored railcars, freight shed, Anglican Church,

Beaver County school, and a CPR House/Station. Open

April to Oct., Thurs - Sun. 2 - 4 p.m. or anytime by

request. Castor Rec Area & Campground located south

side of Hwy 12 & 45 St. at Kinsmen Sports Grounds and

golf course, 20 serviced with power and water sites,

showers, firewood, tap water, flush toilets. Castor Lions

Campground located north side of Hwy 12, 14 unserviced

sites, picnic shelter.

Castor Golf Course boasts watered fairways and elevated

bent grass greens. The course plays fairly open

with trees a problem in only a few areas. Water is in

play on two holes. The Castor Golf Club is also adjacent

to a public campground.


Cereal was named after the post office that was

Main St. Castor • 403-882-4677

Alison & Hoss Nichols • hossnichols@gmail.com

established in the area in 1910. It alludes to the grain

fields close to the town site. Cereal Prairie Pioneer

Museum is a renovated CNR Station in Cereal open

July to August with limited hours but features a variety

of homestead artifacts as well as a hospital exhibit. The

Village is located between Oyen and Youngstown along

of Hwy 9. Cereal has a village office, few businesses,

campground and a hotel. No services.


Home of Susie the Softball, the world’s largest softball.

It was incorporated on Dec. 30, 1912. Chauvin is

located 60 km east of Wainwright. In 1908 the CPR

216 Main Street

Box 160

Chauvin, Alberta T0B 0V0

Phone: 780-858-3881

Fax: 780-858-2125

Email: vchauvin@cciwireless.ca


Nestled in the heart of East Central Alberta, Chauvin is a thriving

community populated with rich agricultural farmland

and a robust oilfield industry.

Secondhand Bookstore

Lynn Sabo, Owner

5003B 50 Ave

(Main Street)

Castor, Ab





M-F 10-5; Sat 11-4

Closed Sundays &

statutory holidays

5501 50 Ave Castor, AB

403 882 4040

Fax 403 882 2021

Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5:30 • Saturday 8:30 - 12:00 • Sunday - Closed


Landmark Realty

Basil Nichols








Castor, AB

Located beside

Battle River Credit Union

Main Street, Castor


Located beside

Battle River Credit Uni

Main Street, Castor

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Chauvin - Compeer

The east central region

of Alberta has loads

of campgrounds to

choose from.

railway reached Chauvin, and since it had not reached

Macklin, Provost and further south, Chauvin was the

main shipping point for the entire district. The village

is named after George Von Chauvin, a railroad official.

Telling the history of Chauvin, the Chauvin & District

Museum displays artifacts donated by local pioneer

families. The grounds display antique machinery and

the 1910 Roros School. Tours available by appointment.

Admission by donation. Chauvin has a population of

335 with several businesses.


Chinook is named after a “warm dry westerly wind

from the Rocky Mountains” located on Hwy 9 between

Hanna and Oyen. No services.


Esthetically beautiful community of about 700 residents

and is maintaining steady growth. Located in

Central Alberta just 15 minutes east of Lacombe and

only 30 minutes from Red Deer, they pride themselves

on affordable and ideal spot for an enjoyable country

living atmosphere yet have quick access to all amenities.

Clive is host to a hotel, banking services, post

office, grocery store, motel, sports bar, arena, curling

rink, skateboard park, catering business, soccer field,

baseball diamonds and campground. Clive was named

in honour of Robert Clive, Commander-in-Chief of



Located just west of the Saskatchewan/Alberta

border & slightly north of Hwy 12. It was an incorporated

municipality but it dissolved from village status

on Dec. 31, 1936 to a hamlet. Founded in 1901, it was a

spot aboriginals used to camp. The natives would tell

explorers to “camp here” and due to a misinterpretation,

the explorers thought the area was called

“Compeer”, thus the name was born.

Our thriving community

is located just north of

Highway 12 about 15

minutes east of Lacombe.

Clive’s community of 715

residents is an affordable

and ideal spot for an

enjoyable country living

atmosphere with quick

access to all amenities.

Village Office



Community Events:

* Due to COVID-19 most Clive community

events have been cancelled or

postponed. Please follow us on Facebook

or watch our website for updates.

* Free Fall Community Movies

clivelibrary@prl.ab.ca for updates

Recreation is Open

(Alberta Health Services Restrictions Apply):

*Baseball Diamond *Skate Park*

*Picnic Area*Playground *

*Soccer Field *Outdoor Fitness Gym

*Outdoor Multi-Season Rink*

*Self Guided Legacy Walking Trail *Library*

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Consort and area has much to see when it comes to

history from a native stone artifact, the Effigy of Man,

Big Gap Round-up Site, Hemaruka town Site, RNWMP

Cairn, Old Tyme Printing Museum featuring restored

machines and the evolution of printing.

Consort is also home to the Neutral Hills Historical

Museum which is housed in the last intact original

building in Consort. The museum holds a variety of

artifacts donated by pioneering families around the

area. Consort is a town located at the intersection of

Hwy’s 12 and 41 with a population of 729. Consort

Lakeview Golf Course is a 9 hole course on the slopes of

Gooseberry Lake and adjacent to the Gooseberry Lake

Provincial Park 8 miles north of Consort. There are 82

sites on a first come-first serve basis.

This campground offers campsites for both tents and

larger RV’s, nice group camping, picnic tables, public

phone, showers, water, power, firewood, wading pool,

playground, baseball diamond and a sani dump.

Content Bridge

River Creek RV Park, located Hwy 21, 6.5 km south of

Nevis at Content Bridge where Tail Creek meets the

Red Deer River! The gathering place since 1870. Tail

Creek Park and campground has 70 units. Coin

showers, group camping, public phone, water pump,

baseball diamond and firewood for charge is all


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The town grew out of the prairie on Sept. 27, 1911

when the lots were sold by the CPR. Businesses moved

from Haneyville, northwest of the town site to be congruent

with the rail lines. Coronation was named after

the coronation of King George VI. Coronation Museum

and Heritage Park is a “must see” for Royal Watchers

and boasts an extensive collection of British royalty

commemorative items, including an 1897 teapot celebrating

Queen Victoria’s 60th year as sovereign and

many artifacts donated by early settlers of the area.

Includes a CP caboose, school house and park and

gazebo. Coronation Dam campground is located just

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Since 1936

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A Safe, Active And Affordable Community….

Recreation Facilities:

• Coronation Museum

• Coronation Pro Rodeo

• Coronation Dam Campground

• Heritage Park

A Place To Build Your Dreams

30 fully serviced sites, 20 partially

• July 1st Party in the Park

serviced sites with free WiFi

• Historical Murals

• Coronation Dance /Music Festival

• Historical Building Plaques

• Stocked Fishing Pond

• Agricultural Fair & Bullarama

• Lighted Crown

• 9-Hole Golf Course

• Water Tower & Park

• Turkey Trot

• Outdoor Swimming Pool

• Communities in Bloom

• Golf Tournaments

• Bowling Alley

2010/2015 Provincial Champs

• Tennis Courts

• Curling Bonspiels

• 16.6 km of Marked Walking Trails

• Paved Walking Path

• Royal Performing Arts

• Skating Arena

Library & Tourist Info Centre

• Royal Harvest Festival

• Curling Rink

• Memorial Parks

• Fitness Centre

• Petunia Tree


• Ball Diamonds and Soccer Fields

Come Visit Us And Enjoy Our Many Special Events And Attractions



Recreation Facilities:

• Coronation Museum

• Coronation Dance &

• Coronation Dam Campground 30

• Heritage Park

Music Festival March

fully serviced sites,


20 partially



• Historical Murals

• Party in the Park July 1

serviced sites with free WiFi

• Historical Building Plaques • Coronation Pro Rodeo July 10, 11 • Fishing (summer and winter)


Golf Course

• Water Tower & Park

Bullarama Aug. 18 & 19

• Outdoor Swimming Pool

ttractions: • Communities in Bloom

• Golf & ball tournaments,


Recreation Bowling AlleyFacilities:

2010/2015 Provincial Champs curling bonspiels, hockey • Tennis Courts

Coronation • 16.6 Museum km of Marked Walking Trails

• Coronation

• Royal Performing

Pro Rodeo

Arts -

• Paved Coronation Walking Path Dam Campground

Heritage • Park Library & Tourist Info Centre 5 performances Nov. - April • Skating 30 Arena fully serviced sites, 20 partially

• Memorial Parks • July 1st Party in the Park

• Curling serviced Rink sites with free WiFi

Historical • Murals Petunia Tree

• Coronation Dance /Music Festival • Fitness Centre

Historical • Building Several playgrounds Plaques & parks

•• Ball Diamonds Stocked Fishing and Soccer Pond Fields

• Agricultural Fair & Bullarama

Lighted Crown

• 9-Hole Golf Course

• Outdoor Swimming Pool

Water Tower & Park

• Turkey Trot

• Bowling Alley

Communities in Bloom • Golf Tournaments

2010/2015 Provincial Champs 403-578-3679 www.town.coronation.ab.ca

• Tennis Courts

• Curling Bonspiels

16.6 km of Marked Walking Trails

• Paved Walking Path

• Royal Performing Arts

• Skating Arena

Library & Tourist Info Centre

• Royal Harvest Festival

• Curling Rink

Memorial Parks

• Fitness Centre

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Buffalo Bean flowers pop up all over the prairies during the

early summer in beautiful, vibrant yellow hues.

Photo by Terri Huxley

north of the town with 50 fully & partially serviced

sites. Washroom and shower facility on site, dumping

station, camp kitchen and playground. The Dam is

home to rainbow trout and northern pike and accommodates

year round fishing. There is a boat launch for

small fishing boats (no motors allowed). Nearby to golf

course, swimming pool and downtown. Bunkhouse RV

Park is located on the east end of Coronation. It features

full serviced RV sites, a driving range, 10

furnished one bedroom cabins and free wireless

internet. Coronation 9-hole Golf Course has a fully

licensed clubhouse, cart, club rentals


This Starland County hamlet is located between

Delia and Hanna was named in 1912 by a Canadian

Northern Railway. The name is said to be transferred

from an estate in Scotland. No services.


Czar is a village in the MD of Provost. It is located 70

kms (43 mi) west of the Saskatchewan border, at the

intersection of Hwy 13, Buffalo Trail and the Canadian

Pacific Railway tracks.

The motto of Czar is “Where Cowboys Reign” and celebrated

their 100th anniversary in 2017.

Shorncliffe Lake Park is a mere three kms west of

Coronation - Delburne

Czar on Hwy 13 for camping, boating, water skiing and

swimming. Showers, laundromat, baseball diamonds,

beach, boat launch, museum, ball diamonds, playgrounds,

concession, showers and washrooms. Prairie

Panorama Museum and Machinerama is located at

Shorncliffe Lake and provides an interesting day

exploring local history and artifacts.


Located 42 kms east of Camrose on Hwy 13, lies a

“Hidden Gem.” Come experience nature’s beauty and

take a stroll on the scenic 3.5 km Crocus Trail. A fishpond

located along the Crocus Trail is stocked with

trout every spring for the aspiring fisherman. Daysland

boasts 2 campgrounds. Golf Course & Campground has

29 sites, showers, flush toilets, group camping, hiking

trail. Come play the island hole! Our 9 hole must play

facility offers challenging yet forgiving tree lined fairways

with creeks, ponds and gentle sloping greens.


Began with the survey of the railway in 1910, the

name Wilburne was originally chosen to be the name of

the village. However, the Registrar of towns advised

that there was a town by that name. Using words that

rhyme with Willburne, Delburne was finally chosen.

Incorporated as a village in the fall of 1912. The

Licensed Clubhouse & Restaurant

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Anthony Henday Museum is housed in a historical CN

Railway station and the Delburne CNR water tank

tower building, the museum documents local history

from the days of Anthony Henday in the mid-1700s

through the social and economic development of the

area, including the coal mining period. Exhibits include

various artifacts, a replica homesteader’s cabin, a oneroom

school and a farming machine shed.

Fawn Meadows campground and cabins, Delburne

next to the golf course; 16 serviced sites, water, 15 amp;

& 4 unserviced sites & overflow area for groups.


Fawn Meadows 9-hole course located just 30 min. east

of Red Deer along the historic Hwy 21 and the

“Boomtown Trail”. They have tree lined fairways,

numerous sand traps and are considered a “must play”

in central Alberta. See advertisement on inside back



Named after Delia Davis, wife of Alvin L. Davis, a

local merchant. The village was originally known as

the Village of Highland between 1914 and 1915. In 1920 it

became the first community in Alberta to be governed

by a female reeve, Violet Barss. The Delia Museum has

an original 1913-1914 two-room schooling containing a

restored original classroom as well as local artifacts.

Adjacent to the Museum is the only “New Ideal of

Branfor Goold, Shapley & Co.” grist mill of this type in

Western Canada. This wind powered mill pumped

water, ground grain and ran a fanning mill or a lumber


Dillberry Lake Provincial Park

Borders Saskatchewan and has a uncommon yet

pleasant sand dune setting. The sandy bottom lake is

ideal for swimming, wading or canoeing and the beach

is great for castle building. Wildlife watchers will

appreciate the abundance of birds and other resident


This park is internationally recognized as an important

bird watching area for migratory shorebirds. The

campground has 83 sites, most with power hookups,

shower facilities, a playground and several trails. Bears

are common in the area.


The Donalda and District Museum displays a variety

of historical collections and buildings that preserve the

history of the area for future generations. The historical

collections include: Lamp collection of over 1100

lamps; Whitford collection, Métis artifacts from the

early 20th century; Historical Cultural collection, 4000

artifacts depicting the history of the Donalda area and

its residents. Our village also includes a historic 1924

Creamery, a 1928 Imperial Bank of Canada building

and a 1909 CN Rail Station. There is the Willow Canyon

Hiking Trail that takes you into the badlands with

picnic tables along the rim of the coulee at scenic lookouts.

Donalda has the largest oil lamp replica in the

world. At 42 feet in height, it overlooks the coulee and

lights up all night, every night. The Village of Donalda

is located 25 miles northeast of Stettler, 18 miles east of

Bashaw and 45 miles southeast of Camrose. Donalda is

15 minutes from Buffalo Lake with its many beaches

and campgrounds including Boss Hill and Pelican


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This quiet hamlet within Special Areas No. 2 is nestled

deep in the Red Deer River Valley. Now attracting

visitors from all over for their appearance against the

badlands backdrop.About 12 people still live in Dorothy

today. Dorothy never reached over 100 residents.It got

its name after the daughter of Jack Wilson, an early

rancher that arrived in the area in 1900 and enjoyed its

greatest prosperity in the late 1920s.


Known as the dinosaur capital of the world, due to the

high concentration of fossils in the area. In 1880s, J.B.

Tyrrell came to the area looking for coal and found a

dinosaur skull. Coal was eventually discovered in

Drumheller. Calgary-Drumheller railway opened in

1913. A famous coin toss happened between Samuel

Drumheller and Thomas Greentree to decide who the

town would be named after. Home to the World’s

Largest Dinosaur. Dinosaur RV Park & Dino’s RV Nest,

located corner of Hwy 9 & N. dinosaur Trail, 155 sites,

30 amp, showers, playground, firewood, and River

Grove Campground & Cabins & Tee Pees, located 25

Popular St., 43 serviced sites, most amenities, 50 & 30

amp. McLaren Dam Recreation Area, located 24 km

north of Drumheller, Hwy 9, Sec. Hwy 851, 27 sites (15

with power), outhouse, firewood, drinking water, camp

kitchen. In the heart of the Badlands, Dinosaur Trail

Golf & Country Club’s history began at its current location

in 1965 with a traditional design - a lush, treed oasis

in this desert like area. On the back nine, course

designers decided to embrace the elements - jagged

hills, ancient boulders and cacti. Ravines jut out from

all sides, elevation changes are frequent and fairways

are an unpredictable connection of green patches. Tee

boxes are mounted above cliffs, from which your ball

must land on the fairway or fall mercy to a coulee.

Drumheller and surrounding areas

From dinosaurs and cowboys to coal miners and pioneers,

a visit to Drumheller’s museums and historical

sites is like stepping back into Badlands history. Royal

Tyrrell Museum is home to Canada’s largest display of

dinosaurs and fossils - not to mention two tyrannosaurus

rex dinosaurs; The Atlas Coal Mine National

Historic Site is home to Canada’s last-standing wooden

tipple mine (and they’ll even let you climb up inside it!).

Fossil World Discovery Center: Interactive dinosaur

museum especially for children with daily activities

and dinosaur digs;

The Passion Play Interpretive Centre features interactive

exhibits that highlight the historical aspects of

the play’s set and costumes. The scripture-based script

and music, realistic set and costumes, quality performances

and remarkable similarity of the site to the

Holy Land all add to the experience; The Valley Doll

Museum & Gifts features over 700 dolls in 130 historic

Dorothy - Edgerton

scenes. The museum is located in downtown

Drumheller; The Badlands Historical Centre features

all kinds of quirky exhibits, ranging from the pachyrhinosaurus

to the one-wheeled car. The centre is located

in downtown Drumheller; The Homestead Museum features

a comprehensive collection of over 10,000 antiques

and artifacts from the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park/ Tolman Bridge

Dry Island Buffalo Jump is a little known secret gem

in the Alberta Parks system located near Trochu and

Huxley, Ab., the Park offers breathtaking scenic views

of the Red Deer river valley.

A favourite spot for nature enthusiasts and bird

watchers, the area boasts over 150 different species of

birds, from warblers to turkey vultures. The hand boat

launch provides access to paddlers who are keen to

experience the badlands from the water. Canoeing and

kayaking is also allowed. Hike on informal trails that

wind through the coulees and native grasslands and

take note of the sensitive plants that grow along the

way. This Park is day use only, but picnic sites with fire

pits are available. Camping may be done at Tolman east

or west campgrounds at the south end of the Park.

There is 40 unserviced campsites, no reservations or

firewood, potable water from a tap. Tolman Bridge West

and Tolman Bridge East Campground can be found 19

kms east of Trochu or 15 kms NW of Rumsey. The

campground is deep in the Red Deer River Valley

beneath the shade of the cottonwood trees.

East Coulee

Once a thriving coal mining town with a population

over 3,000, now there is barely 200 people that still

reside in the area. The old school into a museum that

was originally built in the 1930s.

Just to the east of the community is the restored and

historic Atlas Coal Mine designated at both the national

and provincial levels, the Atlas preserves the last of the

139 mines which operated in the Drumheller Valley

from 1911-1979.


“Home to big smiles, rolling sandhills, priceless

memories, and unforgettable moments.”

This is what the village of Edgerton has in endless

quantity. It is located a mere 35 kms east of Wainwright

and is named after H.H. Edgerton, a railroad official.

The village sits in an advantageous spot for tourists and

locals alike as it is close to Clear Lake, Arm Lake and

Shuster Lake. Anyone can spend their days camping,

fishing, boating, swimming, and more while explore

these unique locations. There is also a golf course and

museum within a 10 minute radius.

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Elnora/Trenville Park

Was named after Nora Edwards and Elinor Hogg, two

of the first female pioneers in the area. In 1916, the first

grain elevator was constructed. Trenville Park, an area

near Elnora, has 66 sites, tents, pull thrus, tables, grill,

water, toilets, showers, dump, firewood, pet friendly,

playground, fishing.


A village located along the Alberta/Saskatchewan

border in Special Areas 2; in southern Alberta 121 kms

(75 mi) north of Medicine Hat. The town was named in

1913, for Queen Victoria, who was also Empress of

India. In the past it was known as the “Hub of the West”,

connecting major cities together by the Canadian

Pacific Railway. It is located at the confluence of Red

Deer River and South Saskatchewan River, at an elevation

of 650 metres (2,130 ft). It is connected to Buffalo

Trail by Hwy 899 and Hwy 562.


Was established in 1910 by William Foreman. During

the cold war, it was considered the place most likely for

conflict between the U.S.S.R and the U.S.A to begin.

The name comes from the Anishinaabe language

Endaayaang, meaning “ our home”. Notable for being

the home to the Shaben family, some of whom were

involved in the establishment of the first mosque in

Alberta. Darcy Tucker, a professional NHL player who

played for Montreal, Tampa Bay, Toronto and Colorado

was raised in Endiang.


A hamlet within the County of Stettler approximately

12 kms west of Stettler.

It was established in 1905 and named after British jurist

Thomas Erskine (1750 - 1823).

Erskine has a K to Grade 9 school, antique shop, auto

body, and a grill along with a community hall, to name

some of their amenities. The newest edition is the flea

market comprised of local venders in the summer months

and can conveniently be found along the highway.

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22nd Annual Brahma Rama (Canceled)

Curling Bonspiels

Baseball Tournaments

Village Wide Garage Sale


Christmas Market

Subject to COVID-19,

Provincial Health Regulations

Attractions & Facilities

Elnora Museum

Elnore Public Library

Elnora Community Health Centre


Library Reading Summer Program

Year Round Youth Program

Out Door Skating Rink

Baseball Diamonds

Cross County Skiing Track

Walking Trails

Yoga Classes

Figure Skating Lessons

Royal Canadian Legion, Elnora Branch #42

Agri-Centre and Curling Rink

Elnora Community Hall

Drop In Centre

23 Serviced Site Campground


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An unincorporated community within Special Areas

No. 3, located 16 kms east of Hiwy 41. It was first settled

in 1910 and named after Anna Esther Landreth, a girl

in the neighbourhood.Many still come to Esther in

search of the large prairie elevator that pierces the sky.


This hamlet community takes its name from Fabyan,

New Hampshire. Located 10 kms west of Wainwright, it

has no services but there is the Fabyan campsite, a

great picnic and short stay campsite approx. 8 miles

west of Wainwright and is operated by the M.D. of


An exciting feature of the area is the historic Battle

River Railway Trestle, commonly known as the Fabyan

Trestle Bridge. It was constructed between 1907 and

1908 west of Fabyan at a cost of $600,000, over $16.5 million

in today’s currency. Upon completion, it was the

largest railway structure in Canada until the

Lethbridge Viaduct was completed in August 1909. This

trestle can still be seen today as it is still used for

hauling goods.


An unincorporated community in central Alberta in

the County of Stettler No. 6, located 1 km. (0.62 mi) W of

Highway 56.


An unincorporated community home of the still

functioning Finnegan Ferry cable car.

It is named after John Finnegan who homesteaded on

the river, then opened and operated the ferry. The community

gets its name from the ferry. In 1991, Tom

Cochrane the musician shot part of his “Life Is a

Highway” music video on the ferry.

Flagstaff County

Diplomat Mine Trout Pond & Campground located on

the east side of Hwy 855 across from Diplomat Mine

Interpretation Centre approx. 15 min. from Forestburg,

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serve basis. Fish Lake Park, located N on Hwy 13, 2 km

W of Hardisty. 20 sites, (6 with 30 amp power, 2 with 15

amp power), 2 large groups sites, day use area, covered

shelter, basketball hoop, fishing, lakeside gazebo, playground,

beach area, swimming, fire pits, horseshoe pits

and golf course nearby. Only non-motorized boats;

Edgerton Day Camp located 1 km south of Daysland on

Rge Rd 163, 12 non-serviced sites, cookhouse for day

stops, multiple large group areas, large overflow

camping and parking, available first come first serve;

Battle River Crossing Resort & Campground located

40308 Rge Rd 144, west off Hwy 36, Twp Rd 410 for 9.6

km; south on Rge Rd 144 for 4.8 km. 30 sites, plus 6 group

areas. RVs available to rent, River valley landscape,

fishing, hiking, bird watching, sandy beach.


Forestburg Historical Society Museum located in the

old Masonic temple at 4707 50th St. Coal mining artifacts

at the entrance of Forestburg and fire fighting

equipment from the early days of Forestburg displayed

on main street. Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site, 8 kms.

west and 8 kms. south of Forestburg on Highway 855.

See the Marion 360 stripping shovel, the star attraction

in Canada’s only museum devoted to surface coal

mining! Museum reveals the history of strip mining in

Canada. Forestburg Golf & RV Park, 5401 - 50 Ave. W.,

5004 50 St. Forestburg, AB

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Due to COVID-19 the Forestburg Swimming pool,

Community Hall, Multi-Use Facility, and

recreation sites are closed until further notice.

The Golf Course and campgrounds are open.

Golf Course / RV Park 780-582-3693

Kinsmen RV Park 780-582-3668

Diplomat Trout Pond 8 km W on Hwy 53 and 8 km S Sec. Hwy 855.

Diplomat Mine Museum 8 km S on Hwy 855 from Hwy 53.

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A bareback bronc rider holds on for dear life during the annual

Hand Hills Rodeo. The 104th rodeo cancelled due to COVID-19.

Photo by Terri Huxley

just off Sec. Hwy 856 on 50 Ave. 17 full-serviced sites and

several non-serviced sites. 15 & 30 amp, shower house,

playground, near golf course and swimming pool;

Forestburg RV Park, 4901 - 47 St., serviced and one-serviced

and tenting sites, 20 & 30 amp, shower house,

playground, firewood.

The Forestburg Golf Club a 9-hole course suitable for

all levels of golfers. I


A hamlet in east-central Alberta within Flagstaff

County. Situated just north of the beautiful Battle River

Valley it is centered between Killam and Castor on

Highways 861 and Highway 36. The community is

graced with the riches of the soil and a wealth of

resources, with vibrant oil, coal mining and electrical

power production. Galahad enjoys a trading area with

traditional roots in agriculture and the promise of

growth in a diversified economic base.

The Galahad Village Campground located on

Guinevere Ave. E. has 6 sites with water and 30 amp

power including a public washroom/shower house.

First come, first serve basis.


A hamlet in southern Alberta within the County of

Newell located approx. 29 kms north of Hwy 1 and 47

kms northwest of Brooks. No services available.

Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park

The Gooseberry Lake campground and Eccles Spray

Park is located on the north east side of Gooseberry

Lake 18 kms. north of Consort on Hwy 41. There are 82

sites on a first come first serve basis. This campground

offers campsites for both tents and larger RV’s, nice

group camping, picnic tables, public phone, showers,

water, power, firewood, wading pool, playground, baseball

diamond and a sani dump.


A village in central Alberta within the County of

Paintearth located 122 kms east of Red Deer at the

Forestburg - Handhills

intersection of Hwy 12 and Hwy 855. Founded in 1912,

Halkirk was named after Halkirk, Scotland. Halkirk is

within an agricultural region that yields a cross-section

of products. Capital Power Corporation has operated

Alberta’s largest wind farm with 83 Vestas windmills in

the area with 150MW capacity. Landmarks within

Halkirk include its water tower, grain elevator and the

Halkirk Hotel is the crowning jewel of the village and

prides itself as ‘purveyors of clean rooms, fine food, and

potable spirits’, recently renovated and now has a welcome

feel and aesthetic outside with a large wrap

around deck on the first and second level. Berry Street

Campground has eight fully serviced sites, next door to

the playground and community hall. It offers large

grassy areas, trees, fire rings, picnic tables, ball diamond,

water and dump station. Just pick a spot. Ideal

for large gatherings. Enclosed shelter available for rent.

Hand Hills

The first Stampede got underway which continues

today, and would have celebrated the 104th Stampede in

2020 if not for the coronavirus pandemic, the longest

running Stampede in Canada. Hand Hills Ecological

Reserve features more than 130 bird species in the area

as well as a variety of amphibians, reptiles and mammals.

The reserve protects one of the largest remaining

tracts of fescue grassland in the world. Backcountry

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Berry Street Campground -

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Community Hall

Senior Centre

Historic Halkirk Hotel


Big Knife Provincial Park

Halkirk Wind Farm

Paintearth Coal Mine

Battle River Generating Stn

Village of Halkirk



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Fox Lake on a calm summer afternoon. Photo by Terri Huxley


The Hanna Museum & Pioneer Village is located on

Pioneer Trail (east end of 4th Avenue). A full block of

historic buildings filled with antiques and turn of the

century artifacts is a must for travellers to the big

country. A visit to the museum is truly a glimpse into

the past with 1000’s of interesting artifacts. The block of

historic buildings houses everything from a fully furnished

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July 24-26 – Old Tyme Jamboree

August 1 & 2 – Hanna Cruisers Car Show & Drag Races

August 7 – Classic Car Cruise Night & Drive-In

August 7 & 8 - Fall Fair Show & Parade

August 7 & 8 – Trade Show

September 25 & 26 - Indoor Pro Rodeo

October 3 – Fall Rummage Sale

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blacksmithing equipment, countless pictures and documents

(including original homesteaders’ maps), church

organs and antique paper presses are just a few of the

items on display. Prairie Oasis Park located 20 min. S. of

Hanna on Hwy 36 on the northeast corner of the

Sheerness Power Plant Cooling Reservoir. The warm

waters of the reservoir make it very popular with swimmers

and boaters. Store with meals & ice cream 7 days a

week. Fox Lake Park & Helmer Dam located 2.5 km W.

of Hanna, water sports, sandy beach, picnic & playgrounds,

full serviced camping, washrooms, showers,

potable water, firewood, playground. The 18-hole Hanna

Golf and Country Club is set in the beautiful rolling

prairie grassland of central Alberta.


Named after Senator Richard Hardisty, was a hamlet

in 1906. Officially became a town in 1911. From 1906 to

1907, was referred to as a “tent town”, because people

were living in tents until they could get lumber hauled

in. Owes its existence to the CPR. Hardisty Lake Park,

located within town limits, with 58 camping sites

including 7 group sites. Of the 58 campsites at Hardisty

Lake Park, 51 sites are full service and the rest have

power. The Hardisty Lakeview Golf club is on gently

rolling farm and ranch land and heavily wooded areas

with lush, well groomed fairways that play narrow.


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A hamlet in central Alberta, within the M.D. of

Provost No. 52 is located less than 1 km. south of Hwy 13

and a mere five miles from the Alberta-Saskatchewan

border. It was founded in 1909 and named after the president

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With a friendly population of 160, Heisler is a great

place to raise children with a large playground, lots of

room for riding bikes, two baseball diamonds, and a

basketball court for shooting hoops. As the ‘Community

of Champions’, a walking trail runs through their beautiful

DJW Park and Irene Parlby Park Campground,

and a walking trail running through the Pioneers of

Flagstaff Park are centerpieces, located at Irene Parlby

Park at Haultain Ave. 7 Greenfield St., there are 10 fullserviced

sites with playground, showers, flush toilets

and baseball diamonds nearby as well as biking and

hiking trails. Heisler is located 23 kms south of

Daysland and 20 km north of Forestburg. The community

has the name of Martin Heisler, the original owner

of the land.


Devonian RV Campground has 6 stalls with power,

water and sewage dump nearby. The Hughenden Golf

Course, (with a pro shop and an RVPark with 24 full

service spots) is noted for its excellent grass greens and

offers well groomed fairways with grass bunkers challenging

golfers with a sometimes difficult lie.


Located in the Wheatland County, was unofficially

founded in 1913 when the CPR established a station and

named it Hussar. Located on Highway 561, approx. 93

km (58 mi) east of Calgary and 55 km (34 mi) south of

Drumheller. The name Hussar for the station was used

in honour of a group of German soldiers who belonged

to a German Hussar (cavalry) regiment who earlier had

established a large farm near Hussar. With the start of

World War I, most of the soldiers returned to Germany

and those who remained were interned for the duration

of the war. The land, which was part of this German

Canadian Farming Co. Ltd., was purchased after the

war. Following the war, the community, both the village

and the surrounding area, began to grow with an

influx of settlers from around the world. Hussar is a village

in southern Alberta, Canada within Wheatland

County. The village sits at the southern edge of

Deadhorse Lake. The Village Campground has 13 available

sites, 7 are powered, camp kitchen, sani dump,

potable tap water, playground, sport fields.


Came into being in 1908 when the Grand Trunk

Pacific Railway (GTPR) came through. Incorporated as

a Village on May 30, 1912. Was supposedly named after

the daughter of the GTPR second vice-president

General Willam Wainwright. Alberta’s first rural high

school is located in Irma. Irma Museum is the childhood

home of internationally renowned Company’s

Coming cookbook author, Jean Paré. This 1928 house

along with the 1928 Catholic and 1934 Anglican

churches forms the centerpiece from which Irma history

unfolds in our museum.

The Village of Irma boasts a large campground

facility that comes equipped with 30 full service lots, 12

electricity supplied lots and an overflow area, showers,

washrooms and sani dump nestled at the north end of

the village. The Irma Golf Club is a 9-hole golf course

with grass greens, driving range and practice green,

licensed clubhouse and camping facilities are available.


Was an incorporated community, but dissolved from

village status on June 25, 1943.

Local community museum in Iddesleigh, Ab., 6 mi.

west of Jenner that includes agricultural artifacts and

displays a wide assortment of treasures to preserve the

homestead era. No Fee. Open upon request only, anytime.

Res. 403-898-2443; c. 403-362-0540 for appointment.

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Killam Centennial Park Campground located at 4616

- 57 St. has 55 sites (15 full-service) provides free firewood,

tap water available, flush toilets, free showers,

conveniently close to the baseball diamond. Campsites

are gravel pads with rows of trees for shade. First come,

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first served, no reservations allowed. Lagoona Beach

RV Park, 3925 - 49 Ave., 0.25 km S. of Killam of Hwy 36,

16 full-serviced sites & tenting sites. Free laundry,

shower/washrooms with flush toilets, firewood,

internet, playground.


A hamlet with approx. 40 people within its population

(2009) within Beaver County, located along Hwy 14 and

the CN Railway. If you are looking for an exciting evening

of entertainment, the Kinsella Performing Arts

Guild hosts a series of dinner theatre performances

between Nov. and Jan.; an active Kinsella Rose Seniors

Club, a men’s basketball team, and the Kinsella Raiders

keep the residents of Kinsella in motion and north of

Kinsella is also the site of the University of Alberta

Ranch, which has world-class facilities for cattle and

range management research.


The little hamlet was named after Kirriemuir,

Scotland. An older Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator

still remains there in use, but is owned privately as the

railways have long been removed. Kirriemuir has a

general store and post office, gas station, community

hall, playground, and two ball diamonds and is located

on Hiwy 12 within Special Areas No. 4.

Kneehill County

Home to a number of unique experiences. Braconnier

Dam, also known as Frog’s Gap, is a secluded spot off of

Hwy 21 south of Three Hills beside a small dammed

water body. It has 10 stalls with a table and fire pit, outhouses,

camp kitchen, and tap water. Keiver’s Lake

Campground located 1 mile south of Hwy 583 on Range

Road 26-0, has 50 unserviced campsites (25 marked, 25

random), three group sites, wash house with flush toilet

and showers, camp kitchen, potable water, fire pits,

playground, horseshoe pits, and walking trails.

No fishing or swimming. Swalwell Dam has an abundance

of camping, fishing, and day usage and is located

southwest of the Hamlet of Swalwell with 10 stalls,

tables, fire pits, and outhouses.

Lacombe County

A municipal district in central Alberta located in

Census Division No. 8 north of the City of Red Deer. The

villages of Clive and Alix and the hamlets of Mirror and

Tees fall within the eastern portion of the county.

Visitors to Lacombe County will be delighted to experience

the numerous natural recreational amenities in

the area, from lakes and rivers to ski resorts and golf


Whether you’re looking for a quick overnight stay or

a long weekend getaway, Lacombe County offers a wide

variety of sights, activities, parks, lakes and trails.


Welcome to the Friendly Village of


Killam - McKenzie Crossing

Located in Kneehill County in the central part of the

province 28 kms southwest of Three Hills and 26 kms

north of Beiseker. The area surrounding the village

was originally settled by members of the Mennonite

church. The first post office was opened in 1949 and

Linden was later incorporated as a village in 1964.

Linden’s motto is the rural industrial capital of Alberta.


The Iron Creek Museum in Lougheed houses a

variety of historic buildings from Lougheed and surrounding

areas. As with many preserved elevators, this

site is a tribute to the dedication and hard work of local

volunteers and history enthusiasts. The ball diamonds

and campground have 15 full service sites (12-30 amp

and 3-50amp sites) and with a self-serve kiosk, picnic

shelter, washrooms. First come, first serve basis.

McKenzie Crossing

McKenzie Crossing Campground located on Hwy 590

between Elnora and Big Valley with 12 unserviced sites,

tables, chemical toilets, picnic shelter and boat launch.

The picturesque Red Deer River valley make the location

a perfect spot to spend some time at.

The Village of Lougheed was incorporated

in 1911. The community is located on the

south side of Highway 13 and aligns with the

Canadian Pacific Rail Line.

Lougheed is home of one of Canada’s largest Agri-businesses and

has other businesses that support agriculture, including the seed

cleaning plant, grain elevators and a farm implement dealership.

For residents and visitors alike our Village has something to offer

in all seasons. The community is proud of the camping and picnic

locations, trout pond, model air craft field, the Iron Creek museum,

curling rink, and four baseball diamonds plus batting cages. In 2020, the

Lougheed Agricultural Society will be hosting their 97th Annual Fair.

During the winter, the ‘hub of activity” is at the Field House-Fitness

Centre-Arena with the a variety of Volleyball, Pickle ball, Badminton

and Floor hockey. Over the years, community volunteers and groups

have rallied to offer programs, Yoga Classes, Cooking Classes and

events to attract people of all ages.

Improvements to the arena have

made even ‘hamburger night’ very

inviting. In the winter, residents

and visitors also enjoy cross

country skiing, snowmobiling and

curling in this inviting and friendly


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Anyone who explores the eastern Alberta prairies will find

more deer than thought imaginable including this one here.

Photo by Terri Huxley

Meeting Creek

The hamlet is located only 25 min. south of the City of

Camrose within Camrose County. The Alberta Pacific

Grain elevator built in 1917 remains standing as a

Provincial Registered Historical Resource and an

enduring symbol of prairie agricultural history, a local

heritage site together with the adjacent Canadian

Northern Railway depot. For recreation, the hamlet has

a community hall, baseball diamonds, playground,

campground. They also have a linear trail system along

the old railroad right of way and train station museum.


A hamlet located seven kms south of Hwy 9. The

Michichi Reservoir and Recreation Area is just south of

Michichi on Hwy 849 with 19 serviced sites & 20 unserviced.

This great little fishing hole is excellent for

canoeing, boating, and fishing. Also a fish cleaning

stand, playground, showers and camp kitchen



A hamlet in central Alberta located at the junction of

Hwy 50 and Hwy 21, approx. 42 km (26 mi) E. of

Lacombe. It was named for The Daily Mirror of London,

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England. Founded in 1870, Mirror was incorporated as

a village on July 12, 1912 and remained a village until

Jan. 1, 2004, when it was dissolved to become a hamlet.

Come and reflect at the Mirror Museum on railway and

early settler artifacts, St. Monica’s Anglican Church

Historic Site (1894), and the restored wooden railway

caboose and boxcar.


A hamlet in east-central Alberta within Special Area

No. 4 dissolving from village status on Jan. 1, 1946. No



A village in central Alberta located 26 kms north of

the town of Drumheller, along Hwy 27 and the Railink

Central Western railway. It was originally named

“Blooming Prairie” but was renamed in honour of the

engineer of the first train to the village. Mirror has a

sod house and artifacts within the community.


A small village found 13 kms north of Drumheller,

just off Hwy 56. Towards the end of WWI, it was the site

of a Ukrainian Canadian internment camp where the

prisoners laboured on the railway. It remained open

until March 21, 1919. The town was named by the

railway and it is said Munson was a person connected

Mirror - New Norway

with a law firm the Canadian Northern Railway


New Brigden

The hamlet is located 40 kms N of Oyen and 50 km SE

of Consort, along Hwy 41. It boasts a thriving community

that endeavours to support the economical,

educational, social and recreational needs of its citizens.

New Brigden is host to a number of services: a

school K-9, post office, a community hall, a curling rink

(with library, kitchen and bar facilities) and an outdoor

skating rink (with heated portable and night-time

lighting). In 1909 and 1910 the first large group of homesteaders

came through from Brigden, Ont. In 1912 a

migrant from Brigden, Ont. Frank Tye, proposed that

the town be called “new” brigden due to the amount of

former Brigdenties.

New Norway

A hamlet located within Camrose County in central

Alberta. Named in 1895, it is located on Hwy 21, approx.

22 kms (14 mi) SW of Camrose. New Norway is home to

a number of small businesses and has an elementary

and secondary school. Silver Creek Golf Course, familyowned,

has 27 holes to challenge all levels of golfers on

Hwy 21 nearby. Restaurant and lounge open to the

public whether golfing or not, pro shop, driving range

and putting green. The clubhouse is a 1912 barn

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furnished with antiques from years gone by. 200 serviced

camping sites.


A farming community within Kneehill County near

the Red Deer River Valley with a small campground,

playground, ball diamond, church and community hall

that was once the area’s local school house. Located off

Highway 837 west of Drumheller, the Orkney Viewpoint

is a popular tourist attraction, offering stunning views

and great photo opportunities. The recent addition of

washroom facilities makes the Orkney Viewpoint a perfect

place to stop, rest and enjoy. Orkney is also home to

the Bleriot Ferry and campground found on the Red

Deer River. This little riverside campground is perfect

for relaxing among the giant cottonwoods.

There is easy access to the Red Deer River for

canoeing, kayaking, fishing or just floating along

through the winding badlands taking in the sights. The

campground has 28 unserviced lots and a hand launch

as well as potable water.

Bleriot Ferry (Orkney)

A cable ferry that links the two sections of the North

Dinosaur Trail (Hwy 838) as it crosses the Red Deer

River from Kneehill County on the west, to Starland

County on the east. Built by Andre Bleriot commissioned

in 1913 and, in addition to providing an essential

transport service, once acted as a major social hub in

the Drumheller area. The ferry operates from late


April to November.


Andrew Oyen came from Spokane, WA. on Jan. 17,

1913. Oyen was incorporated into a village. Oyen gets

the name of the Norwegian family whose descendants

still live in Alberta. The railway made its way to Oyen

in the fall of 1912. The Oyen Crossroad Museum is made

up of countless restored buildings, machinery, vehicles

and artifacts. RCMP Centennial Campground, has 24


sites with 30 amp power located in ball park facility;

new campground has 16 sites with 30 amp power and

water located south of ball park, showers. Oyen Golf

Club is a challenging 9-hole prairie golf course with

grass greens where six holes are affected by water hazards

and there are a total of 30 sand bunkers. Dining

room & lounge, outdoor patio, barbecue facilities, pro

shop, licensed premises.

Paintearth County

Burma Park is located at the Battle River off Hwy 872

N of Coronation. A beautiful campground, complete

with playgrounds, baseball diamonds and a stunning

view of the valley, 21 stalls available, 17 with power,

campfire pits, firewood, shower facilities and a


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Huber Dam, located from Hwy 12, 4 km N on Hwy 36,

1/2 km on Sec. Hwy 599 E, is a small campground with

20 sites, 30 amp power, picnic shelter, horseshoe pits,

playground, volleyball net available, electric motor

boats only, trout fishing.


In 1909 the CPR finally reached Provost from

Hardisty. Originally name “Lakeview” but renamed by

the CPR land department in 1907. The first train to the

town was in 1910. In 1952 the village became a town.

Provost & District Museum located at the SW corner

of the town, historical buildings on-site include the

Western Ridge and Stainsleigh Schools, Our Saviors’

Lutheran Church and two historical houses, an Eaton’s

House and bachelor’s cabin. The Town of Provost has

two campground facilities situated on the east side of

town with 44 full service sites situated S of 53rd Ave and

41A St and 8 short-term sites with power hookup situated

at 4116 – 51 Ave. A shower house is located between

the two locations. The Provost Golf Club, a 9-hole

course on a fairly forgiving with sprawling fairways

and few hazards in play.


A hamlet in east central Alberta within Special Area

No. 2. located on Hwy 9 approx. 24 kms east of the Town

of Hanna and 29 kms west of the Village of Youngstown.

Previously an incorporated community, Richdale dissolved

from village status on June 2, 1931.

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Paintearth County - Rosebud


A village located in the prairies of central Alberta

located on Hwy 854, approx. 30 km (19 mi) SE of

Camrose, the closest major trading centre. The name

Rosalind was first used in 1905 and is likely an amalgamation

of the nearby school districts Montrose and East


Rosalind has a number of small businesses, an elementary

and a junior high school.

Double Dam Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf

course and campground set in a beautiful valley, 48 full

service sites. Full service clubhouse & lounge, pro shop

with cart, pull cart and club rentals available.


Previously an incorporated municipality, Rosebud

dissolved from village status to a hamlet on Jan.1, 1946.

Founded in 1885 by James Wishart while following the

Gleichen Trail to Montana with his family, they awoke

to the river valley covered by wild roses, Alberta’s official

flower. Wishart then reportedly said, “Here’s the

promised land, we go no further.” Over the years,

farming and coal mining have been the primary industries.

In the 1980s, Rosebud School of the Arts began to

run theatre, which eventually developed into Rosebud

Theatre and the school shifted its emphasis to post-secondary

education. Today Rosebud Theatre runs as a

fully professional company that offers programming

year round. Rosebud is located on Hwy 840, approx. 100

kms (62 mi) northeast of Calgary and 25 kms (16 mi) SW

of Drumheller. It sits in a sheltered valley on the

Rosebud River near the edge of the Canadian Badlands.

This area was called Akokiniskway by the Blackfoot

people, which translates roughly to “by the river of

many roses”. Rosebud Centennial Museum offers a

guided walking tour that will teach you the rough and

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Suspension Bridge at Rosedale.

tumble cowboy past of the village of Rosebud.

Akokiniskway Golf Club, a 9-hole course, boasts lush

fairways and grass greens. Meandering among the

trees and along the Rosebud River, Akokiniskway provides

a beautiful and challenging round for any golfer.


Rosedale is a community within the Town of

Drumheller. It was previously a hamlet within the

former M.D. of Badlands No. 7 prior to the M.D.’s amalgamation

with the former City of Drumheller on Jan. 1,

1998. Rosedale is located at the intersection of Hwy 10/

Hwy 56 and Hwy 10X, approx. 8 km (5.0 mi) SE of

Drumheller’s main townsite. It lies at the confluence of

the Red Deer River and the Rosebud River. Rosedale

was home to a variety of coal mines before their closure

in the 1970s. The 117 metre (384 ft) long Star Mine

Suspension Bridge built in 1931 over the Red Deer River

used to connect the settlement with coal mines established

on the opposite side of the river. It was rebuilt in

1958 and now serves as a tourist attraction. A miner

memorial is also located in Rosedale.


Rowley is an amazing ghost town with an undying

spirit! Rowley is 8 mi (12.8 km) N of the junction of Hwy

56, 9 & 27 (Morrin Corner), then 3 mi (5 km) W on

Township Road 32-4. It is also a must to visit when travelling

through the Canadian Badlands. The

community’s main attractions include the newly

restored elevators which have been designated as a provincial

historic site, the Rowley Church, Prairie School

Museum and the Yesteryear Artifacts Museum (housed

in the original railway station). The most famous stop

in Rowley is Sam’s Saloon, a well-known local watering

hole and meeting place. Rowley Prairie School Museum

is housed in the Hillsgreen School built in 1911, originally

located W of Morrin and moved to Rowley in 1991.

Sod House in Morrin.

Note: You can have a look to see if your name is in the

old registers.


A hamlet in central Alberta within Starland County.

It is located on the north end of Hwy 839 and 8 kms west

of Hwy 56. Located about 40 kms north of Drumheller in

the transition between Central Parkland and Northern

Fescue Natural Subregions, Rumsey contains the

largest remaining tract of northern fescue grassland in

the world. The Rumsey Natural Area (149 km 2 ) was

established on Aug. 21, 1996. Cultural Facilities and

Historic Resources Division has identified the entire

Rumsey Natural Area as a significant historic resource

pursuant to the Historic Resources Act. Rumsey is also

home to ball diamonds, curling rink, community hall,

post office and more with plenty of community spirit to

go around.


Sedalia is a hamlet within Special Area No. 3 and is

located approximately 31 kms north of Hwy 9. The area

was developed when the railroad came through in 1925.


An unincorporated community in east central

Alberta within Special Area No. 2.

It is located on Hwy 9 between the Town of Hanna

and the Village of Youngstown.


Sprang up along side the railroad in the early years of

the last century. Goose Creek School was a “ turn-ofthe-century”

school used from 1912-1957. Was built on

land that was donated by Wallace O’Brien, one of the

pioneers who arrived in the area in 1906. Sedgewick

Archives Gallery Museum has access to genealogical

research resources with microfilm printer/reader on

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site. A 100 plus year-old till from Beairsto Bros. Ltd. is

displayed along with samples of groceries, dry goods,

hardware, etc. The 9-hole golf course with mature trees

lining the fairways and greens is located on the N side

of the Town of Sedgewick and licensed clubhouse.

Located 1 km N of Sedgewick on RR 124, Sedgewick

Lake Park Campground with 59 full service sites, group

camping sites, wading pool, playground, washrooms,

shower, picnic shelter and dock. Fire pits, picnic tables.

Non-motorized boats only.

Sheerness, Prairie Oasis Park

Sheerness is an unincorporated community within

Special Area No. 2, located 7 km (4.3 mi) E of Hwy 36.

The community most likely takes its name from

Sheerness, in England.

Home to the Sheerness Power generating plant that

was started in 1905 and 1906.

The coal found in that time was used to fuel the settlers

before the railway came through in 1919. Water is

pumped from the Red Deer River into a cooling pond to

provide water for the station. The cooling pond also

serves as a valued recreation area for residents known

as the Prairie Oasis (PO) with a camp kitchen, 26 regular

sites are on a reservation system and features

change rooms, a beach, electrical hook-up, and boat


Shorncliffe Lake, Czar

Shorncliffe Lake is ideal for boating, water skiing and

swimming. Concession, caretaker, gated, group

camping, showers, baseball diamonds, beach, boat

launch (all boats allowed) and museum. Located 2.6 mi

W of Czar, Ab. on Hwy 13. 780-857-2435.

Starland County

McLaren Dam, located from junction of Hwy 9 & RR

17-5, 24 km N on Hwy 851, 3.2 km W, 0.8 km S and E to

site. Quiet country setting, great fishing, 20 serviced

lots, 30 amp, 20 unserviced. Michichi Recreation Area,

located 0.5 km S of Michichi on Hwy 849, has 19 serviced

sites, 20 unserviced as well as fishing, a playground,

showers and camp kitchen.

Sedgewick - Stettler

Morrin Bridge Campground, located on the Red Deer

River north of the Morrin Bridge has 75 unserviced

sites, opportunity for fishing, hiking, canoeing, playground,

and ball diamonds.


Known as the “Heart of Alberta”, originally home to

one of the largest Métis sites in Alberta, the lack of

bison made the area almost deserted by 1878. With the

creation of the railway, immigrants moved to the area

and Stettler was found in 1905. Stettler was ranked the

4th largest trading centre in the province seven years

after it was declared a town. Stettler Town & Country

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through the 26 buildings and discover many items used

throughout the years by our pioneers who survived in

rural and urban settings. Discover that one of Stettler’s

main industries in 1910 was a Cigar Factory. The collection

at the museum includes nine early 20th century

buildings, including a church, courthouse, school, post

office/store and CN train station. There are pioneer

artifacts, furnishings, and exhibits. The museum celebrates

several special events throughout the year,

including Family Day in July and Seniors Day in

August. Stettler Golf and Country Club is located in the

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Stettler Recreation area. This 9-hole course is suitable

for beginners, juniors and seniors to middle handicap

players. Adjacent to Lions Campground, putting green,

driving net, club and cart rentals available.

Pheasantback Golf Club and RV Estates near Stettler

has a18-hole course and RV park.


Located on Hwy 13, 58 km (36 mi) east of the City of

Camrose, the hamlet was originally incorporated as a

village on Feb. 3, 1910. It dissolved to become a hamlet

in Flagstaff County on Jan. 1, 2016. Strome’s name is

believed to come from Stromeferry in Ross & Cromarty,

Scotland. Strome Sodbusters Archives Museum – memories

and roots are the reason our museum was

established. Step back into yesteryear with us as we

walk through our community’s history showing the

love, faith, courage and the challenge that our gallant

pioneers left us. Strome began developing as a farming

community in 1905. Max Knoll opened the first post

office, under the name of Knollton, and set up the first

general store. The name of the post office was changed

to Strome on July 1, 1906. A hotel, a hardware store, and

a church followed. Strome incorporated as a village on

Feb. 3, 1910. Strome campground is located on the

northwest edge of town, 25 non-serviced treed sites, fire

pits, next to ball diamonds, school playground, hall and



A hamlet within Special Area No. 2 located 10 kms

east of Hwy 36 the hamlet formerly housed the Berry

Creek Community School Division office and area post

office until amalgamation of the school division with

Prairie Land Regional Division. No services.


A hamlet within Kneehill County previously an

incorporated municipality, Swalwell dissolved from village

status on Jan. 1, 1946. Swalwell is located 100 kms

northwest of Calgary and 5 km west of Highway 21. It is

located on the Canadian National Railway Three Hills

Subdivision between Three Hills and Beiseker.

Facilities include a community hall, ball diamond, and

the Swalwell Dam campground and fishing area just

south west of the hamlet. It located along the CN Rail

track that runs from Calgary to Edmonton.


A hamlet in Lacombe County, 40 km. east of Red Deer,

population 30. Location of a famous 2-day rodeo the long

weekend of August.

Three Hills

Was incorporated as a village in 1912, the year it was

moved to its current location on the Canadian Northern

Railway(CNR). With ranchers and farmers constituting

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surrounding wheat-growing area. In 1922, the Prairie

Bible Institute was established with L. E. Maxwell as its

founding principal. This occurrence helped to increase

the population of the town proper and its adjacent settlements.

By the mid 1980s, the 130-acre (0.53 km2) Bible

College campus and the nearby hamlets of Grantville

and Ruarkville were annexed to the town. Although a

relatively small community, Three Hills had the distinction

of hosting the Alberta Seniors Games in the

summer of 1998. Kneehill Historical Museum is the

county’s past, collected in three buildings. The Station

House, built in 1919, is the last surviving CN station of

its pattern. The Three Hills Campground is located on

the E side of town just off Sec. Road 583 with 47 sites,

concession, shower facilities, ball diamonds, and within

walking distance to local restaurants and other amenities.

The Three Hills Golf Club and campsite is set along

the Three Hills Creek, and enjoys a unique setting in a

small prairie ‘valley’ that makes a perfect setting for

one of the finest 9-hole golf courses in central Alberta.

Tolman Bridge

(see Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park)


Torrington was incorporated as a village until 1997

when it dissolved to hamlet status under the jurisdiction

of Kneehill County, at the Junction of Hwy 27 & 805.

Strange but true, Torrington is the home to the infamous

Gopher Hole Museum. This attraction features

stuffed gophers (Richardson ground squirrels) posed in

a series of 47 anthropomorphic scenes, from a hair

dresser to a preacher to an RCMP officer. Located east

of Olds on Hwy 27. Very large sculpture name “ Clem T.

Gofur” is located in the village.


Armand Trochu, arrived in 1903. The village was

incorporated in 1911. Home to an arboretum, which is

home to over 1,000 trees and shrubs of over 100 species;

Martin Farndale, a military general in the British

Army and Al Purvis, an olympic gold medalist for

hockey. The Trochu & District Museum and enjoy displays

featuring their history from 1900’s French settlers

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to the demolition of one of their grain elevators. See the

printing presses and linotype machine used to print

our local paper for many decades. Take a walking tour

of our downtown murals or search for your family history

in our archives. A 9-hole golf course in Trochu is

fashioned around a creek, which meanders through a

natural coulee with uphill and downhill lies, challenging

the golfer on several fairways.


Veteran is a village located on Hwy 12 within the

Special Areas and is one of a series of communities

along Hwy 12 with names reminiscent of royalty.

Veteran is also a popular locale for hunters, with deer,

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• Arena - natural ice

• Ball Diamonds - softball and baseball fields

• Soccer Fields • Playgrounds

• Skateboard Park • Community Hall

• Home of the Neutral Hills Wranglers Baseball Academy facility


• ATB Agency

• Auction Mart & Restaurant

• Gas, Propane, Feed,

Convenience & Liquor Store

• Post Office • Automotive Repairs

• Agro Services • Bit Supply

• Trucking Companies

• Carpenters • Welding

• Oil Companies

• School - Kindergarden to Grade 9

• Library • Volunteer Fire Department

• United & Full Gospel Church

• Museum


• Ladies Banquet - 3 rd Sat. of Nov.

• Christmas Capers - last Sat. of Nov.

Veteran - Wainwright Page 43

ducks and geese in abundance. Recreational activities

include playgrounds, a skateboard park, campground,

arena, indoor discing at the community hall, ball diamonds,

batting cage, soccer field, outside basketball

court and community park.

A nearby hill named Nose Hill has a historical significance

as it was a meeting spot during the second

North-West Rebellion. The Veteran Museum is located

in the former Grace Lutheran Church which preserves

and celebrates the history of the village as each item

was donated by past or present members of the



Area surrounding Wainwright was homesteaded in

1905-06. Established by James Dawson, originally

named Denwood, was later relocated by Grand Trunk

Pacific Railway, and renamed after General William

Wainwright. Divisional point on the Canadian National

Railway main line.

Has the third largest Stampede in Canada. In 1907,

Canadian government created the original Buffalo

National Park S of town to preserve the endangered

bison. In 1939 the animals were removed and the park

was turned over to the Department of National Defense,

they converted the park into a training establishment

of the Canadian Army , known as Camp Wainwright. In

1945-46, the camp was used as a prisoner of war facility

where over 1,000 German Officers were interned. Today

the camp is know as Canadian Forces Base/Area support

Unit Wainwright, and is one of the primary

training areas in Canada. The objective of the

Wainwright and District Museum is to collect, conserve,

display, research and interpret the artifacts or

documents related to the surrounding region. As a

result, the museum has constantly strived to learn

more about events that have shaped the past with the

aim of transposing this information into both interesting

and informative displays. Wainwright has many

camping sites available:

Arm Lake Recreational Area: 124 sites, full service

Ph: 780-845-8838

Fax: 780-845-8461

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clubhouse, laundromat, showers, fishing, public beach

and picnic area, RV dump, and 9-hole golf course with

services. Dr. Middlemass Park and Picnic Area: 30 fully

serviced sites (30-amp), four 15-amp tent stalls, children’s

play area, shower, all within the town limits.

Wainwright Golf Club and RV Park: 15 fully serviced

pads await you complete with shower facilities. Clear

Lake picnic area, fishing, swimming, boating and

walking trails. Golf: Located along Hwy 14 in

Wainwright, Ab, this public 18-hole, golf course awaits

your challenge. Outside patio area and on-course

refreshment cart. RV park facilities. The Riverdale

Mini-Park is located in a picturesque river valley only

10 miles N of Wainwright on Hwy 41, and is a beautiful

location to play a round of golf or go camping with the

family. Clubhouse with cafe, laundry area and showers,


camping area. For the avid golfers, there are two ninehole

golf courses to challenge all skill levels. One course

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A hamlet within Kneehill County located 58 kms

southeast of Red Deer and was supposedly named for


Wimborne Minster in East Dorset, England. Facilities

include a community hall and playground. No services.

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A village within Special Area No. 3 along Hwy 9 and

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It has a population is 154 according to the 2016 census

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• CORONATION: Coronation dam, rainbow trout and

northern pike and accommodates year round fishing.

There is a boat launch for small fishing boats (no motors).

• HANNA: Helmer Dam - Located 2 km west of Hanna.

Adjacent camping at Fox Lake Park. Stocked annually

with Rainbow Trout. CN Reservoir - Located on south

side of railroad tracks in Hanna. Previously stocked with

Yellow Perch.

Carolside Reservoir on the Berry Creek - Located south

of Sunnynook at Junction Sec. Rd. 570 & Rge Rd 263A.

Stocked with Northern Pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch.

• HARDISTY: Fish Lake, entrance from Hardisty is 2.5

km, lake filled with rainbow trout. Excellent for flyfishing.

• PROVOST: Trout Pond – 6016 Lagoon Drive-located

at the southwest corner of Provost. Stocked with

approximately 1,500 Rainbow Trout that are four to six

inches in length.

• YOUNGSTOWN: Blood Indian located 19 miles (30

km) S of Youngstown on HWY 884. 175,000 Rainbow

trout stocked annually 29 serviced sites, 300 random

camping, boating


• ACADIA VALLEY: Acadia Valley Dam, Ball Park and

Campground has 10 fully serviced camping sites and has

a man made dam great fishing opportunities. The dam is

located 4 miles west of Acadia Valley on Highway #41.


• BUFFALO LAKE is a large, shallow lake in central

Alberta, 40 km northeast of Red Deer in the counties of

Camrose, Stettler and Lacombe with Northern Pike

• CASTOR: Castor Eastside Trout Pond (34-37-14-W4)

Huber Dam, 7 km E on Hwy 599 7 Hwy 36, trout fishing

• CAMROSE: Pleasure Island Fish Pond - Take Hwy 12

east of Camrose for 3 km, turn south on to Range Road

195 for half a mile, the pond is on the east side of the

road. Stocked with rainbow and brown trout twice a year

and 10 separate fishing stations this pond is equipped

with four diffuser aeration systems which operate 24

hours all year long. Mirror Lake. See Mirror Lake under


• CONSORT: Consort Reservoir (15-35-5-W4)

Gooseberry Park Pond (22-36-6-W4)

• DRUMHELLER: McLaren Dam Rec


855, across from the Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site.

Approx. 16 km from Forestburg.

reation Area, (SW 23-33-18-W4) Jct Hwy9 & Rge Rd 17-

5, 24 km N on Hwy 851, 3.2 km W, 0.8 km S and E to the

site, 403-772-3793; starlandcounty.com/campgrounds

• ERSKINE: Kerbes Pond - This 18 acre site is located

22.4 km south and 2.8 km east of Erskine on the south

side of the road. Facilities include a maintained parking

area and boat launch. ESRD releases approximately 1,100

triploid rainbow trout in this pond annually. NE 19-036-

20 W4

• HALKIRK: Boehlke’s Pond - 23 km south of Halkirk

on Sec. Hwy 855 with several species of trout

• IRMA: Irma Fish and Game Pond (34-45-9-W4)

• LOUGHEED: Lougheed Trout Pond (33-43-11-W4)

• MICHICHI: Michichi Recreation Area, (NW19-30-

18-W4), 403-772-3793; starlandcounty.com

• MIRROR: Mirror Reservoir (29-40-22-W4)

• OYEN: 201 4th Avenue West. Located in town, stocked

with trout.


• STETTLER: West Stettler park, catch and release


• WAINWRIGHT: Clear Lake and Arm Lake (northern

pike, walleye, perch, whitefish)

Check out: AlbertaFishingGuide.com

for all regulations

Little boy on dock at

Capt. Ayre near Provost.

Page 47

Acadia Valley campgrounds 2

Acme campground 2

Alix, Haunted Lakes campground 2

Alix Lake Recreation Area Campground 2

Alliance Campground 2

Bashaw Campground 3

Bashaw Golf & Country Club Campground 3

Bawlf Jubilee Park Campground 3

Big Knife Provincial Park 4

Blood Indian Park 4

Burma Park (Paintearth County) 29

Country 9 Golf & RV Resort 3

Buffalo Lake campgrounds 6

Camrose & area campgrounds 7

Carbon Campgrounds 8

Capt. Ayre Lake Campground (Provost area) 7

Castor campgrounds 9

Cereal campground 9

Consort campground 11

Content Bridge, River Creek RV Park 11

Coronation campgrounds 12+13

Czar (Shorncliffe Lake) 14

Acadia Valley Prairie Elevators & Museum 2

Alix Wagon Wheel Museum 2

Alliance Museum & Doll Collection 2

Bleriot Ferry (Orkney) 29

Big Valley Historical Museum 4

Bodo 4

Camrose and District Centennial Museum 7

Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park 7

Carbon ‘Farmer’s Exchange’ Museum 7

Castor Museum 9

Cereal Prairie Pioneer Museum 9

Chauvin & District Museum 10

Consort Old Tyme Printing Museum 11

Consort - Neutral Hills Historical

Museum & more 11

Coronation Museum & Heritage Park 12

Czar, Prairie Panorama Museum 14

Delburne - Anthony Henday Museum 15

Acme Golf Club ................................................. 2

Akokiniskway Golf Club (Rosebud) 31

Alix, Haunted Lakes Golf Club 2

Bashaw Golf & Country Club 3

Big Valley Golf Course (sand greens) 4

Camrose Golf Course 7

Castor Golf Club 9

Capt. Ayre Lake Campground (rugged) 7

Consort Lakeview Golf Course 11

Coronation Community Golf Course 14

Country 9 Golf Course 3

Daysland Golf Course 14


Daysland Golf Course Campground 14

Delburne, Fawn Meadows

Campground & Cabins 15

Dillberry Lake Provincial Park 15

Diplomat Mine Trout Pond campground 18

Drumheller campgrounds 16

Edgerton campground 16

Elnora - Trenville Park (Elnora) 17

Flagstaff County campgrounds 18

Forestburg campgrounds 18-19

Galahad Village Campground 20

Gooseberry Lake Campground (Consort area) 20

Halkirk Berry Street/Rodeo Campground 20

Hanna (Fox Lake, Prairie Oasis, Helmer Dam) 22

Hardisty Lake Resort 22

Heisler Irene Parlby Park Campground 23

Huber Dam 30

Hughenden, Devonian RV Campground 23

Hussar campground 23

Irma Village Campground 23

Killam Campgrounds23, 26

Kneehill County campgrounds 26

Museums / Attractions

Delia Museum and Grist Mill 15

Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site (Big Knife) 4

Donalda & District Museum 15

Drumheller - Royal Tyrrell Museum 16

Drumheller - Atlas Coal Mine Historic Site 16

Drumheller - East Coulee School Museum 16

Drumheller - Passion Play Interpretive Centre 16

Drumheller - Valley Doll Museum 16

Drumheller - Badlands Historical Centre 16

Drumheller - The Homestead Museum 16

East Coulee Museum 16

Edgerton Museum 16

Fabyan Trestle Bridge 18

Forestburg Historical Society Museum 18

Hand Hills Ecological Reserve 20

Hanna - Hanna Museum & Pioneer Village 21

Iddesleigh, Ab. Museum (near Jenner, Ab.) 23

Irma Museum 23

Golf Clubs

Delburne, Fawn Meadows Golf Course 15

Double Dam Golf Course (Rosalind) 30

Drumheller, Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club 16

Edgerton Community Golf Club 16

Forestburg Golf Club 18

Hanna Golf & Country Club 22

Hardisty Lakeview Golf Club 22

Haunted Lakes Golf Club (Alix) 2

Hughenden Golf Course 23

Irma Golf Club 23

New Norway, Silver Creek Golf Course 28

Oyen & District Golf Club 29

Lougheed Ball Diamonds Campground 26

McKenzie Crossing campground 26

Meeting Creek campground 27

Michichi Recreation Area 27

Orkney 29

Oyen RCMP Centennial Campground 29

Paintearth County campgrounds 29-30

Prairie Oasis campground (near Hanna) 22

Provost Campgrounds 30

Sedgewick Lake Park Campground 32

Shorncliffe Lake, Czar 32

Starland County campgrounds 32

Stettler campgrounds 32-41

Strome Campground 41

Swalwell Dam campground 41

Three Hills Campground 42

Tolman East and Tolman West Campgrounds 16

Veteran campground 42-43

Wainwright campgrounds 43-44

Youngstown, Blood Indian Park 4

Kneehill Historical Museum (Three Hills) 42

Lougheed - Iron Creek Museum 26

Meeting Creek local heritage site 27

Mirror Museum 28

Oyen Crossroad Museum 29

Provost & District Museum 30

Rosebud Centennial Museum 30

Rowley Prairie School & Yesteryear

Artifacts Museums 31

Sedgewick Archives Gallery Museum 31

Star Mine Suspension Bridge (Rosedale) 31

Stettler Town & Country Museum32-33

Strome Sodbusters Archives Museum 41

Torrington - Gopher Hole Museum 42

Trochu & District Museum 42

Veteran Museum 42-43

Wainwright & District Museum 43

Pheasantback Golf Club & RV Estates (Stettler) 41

Provost & District Golf Club 30

Rosalind/Duhamel, Double Dam Golf Course 30

Rosebud (Akokiniskway Golf Club) 31

Silver Creek Golf Course (New Norway) 28

Sedgewick Golf Course 32

Stettler Golf & Country Club 33-41

Stettler, Pheasantback Golf Club & RV Estates 41

Three Hills Golf Club 42

Trochu Golf Club 42

Wainwright Golf Courses 44

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Acadia Foundation (Hanna) 21

Ace Hardware (Oyen) 29

Action Plumbing & Excavation (Stettler) 32

Amisk C Store 3

Anderson Law Office (Stettler) 32

Auto Trust (Stettler) 32

Bashaw Golf & Country Club 3

Ben Van Haga Trucking (Stettler) 33

Big Valley Creations Science Museum 5

Bill’s Waterwell Service Ltd (Alix) 2

BookersVille (Donalda) 15

Bouma Meats (Provost) 30

Brenda’s Cozy Cafe (Stettler) 33

Brennan Auto Body Repair Ltd. (Stettler) 33

Buckin’ Good Welding Ltd (Provost) 30

Buffalo Trail Liquor (Consort) 11

Caroline’s Homespun Seasons (Stettler) 34

Castor Evangelical Missionary Church 8

Castor Value Drug Mart 8

Centre Street Thrift Store (Hanna) 21

Chauvin, Village of 9

Clive, Village of 10

Club Cafe (Stettler) 34

Consort, Village of 11

Consort Machine Worx 11

Coronation, Town of 13

Coronation / Hanna Vision Centre Inside back cover

Coronation Seed Cleaning Co-op Ltd 12

Coutts Home Hardware (Forestburg) 19

Damien Kurek, M.P. 7

Dark Knight Electric (Castor) 8

Daysland Golf Club 14

Dean’s Machine Inc. (Stettler) 34

Diplomat Mine Museum Society (Big Knife) 4

Dr. Patel Family Dental (Stettler) 37

Elnora, Village of 17

Fantasy Hair and Nail Care (Trochu) 42

Fastimes Towing &

Trucking (Stettler)Inside front cover

Fireside Winery & Market Garden (Stettler) 35

Forestburg, Village of 19

Forestburg Hotel / Many Horses Saloon 18

Forestburg Meat Processing 18

Generations RV (Stettler) 35

Gracie D’s Antiques & Collectables (Mirror) 27

Greasy D’s Rod & Kustom (Daysland) 14

Gus Wetter School (Castor) 8

Gyro Ag. Ltd (Stettler) 35

Alphabetical Advertiser Index

Halkirk, Village of 20

Hanna, Town of 21

Hanna / Coronation Vision Centre Inside back cover

Heartland Auto and

Industrial Supply Ltd (Stettler, Consort) 36

Heartland Stationers 2014 (Stettler) 35

Heisler, Village of 23

Home Building Centre, Schwartz (Stettler) 38

Home Hardware, Coutts (Forestburg) 19

J.T. Auto Body (Stettler) 36

Jensen Interior’s (Stettler) 36

Jim Renschler Construction (Botha) 6

John’s Vending Ltd. (Donalda) 15

JWR Transport (Veteran) 42

Kal-Tire (Stettler) 38

Kurek, Damien, M.P. 7

(Krystal) Stoutenberg & Company Prof. Corp 40

Lamontagne & Son Holdings Ltd. (Coronation) 12

Landmark Realty - Sutton Group (Castor) 9

Legacy Pistol Range Inc. (Coronation) 12

Liquor Pig, The (Castor) 9

Living Truth Christian School (Mirror) 27

Lougheed, Village of 26

LRT Cafe & Go’Fer Ice Cream

(Forestburg) Inside back cover

Marg’s Computers (Camrose) 7

Matt Stahl Construction (Hanna) 22

McKenzie Motors (Coronation) 12

McLean, Leanne (Vasaya) (Coronation) 12

Morrow Communications (Botha) 6

MR Auto Body (Coronation) 12

Nozzle Ninja (Stettler) 38

OK Tire (Castor) 9

Oyen Value Drug Mart 29

Paintearth Adult Learning Council 29

Patel (Dr.) Family Dental (Stettler) 37

Purple Platypus, The (Castor) 9

Rangeland Veterinary Clinic (Consort) 11

Raval Paradise Motel & RV Park

(Youngstown) 44

Reinbold Petroleum Ltd (UFA)

(Stettler, Hanna, Delia). 41

Renschler (Jim) Construction (Botha) 6

Root 56 Hair Studio (Stettler) 38

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Schwartz Home Building Centre (Stettler) 38

Shoe Closet, The (Stettler) 38

Sirrom Wiring & Electrical

Services Ltd (Stettler) 39

Sobeys (Stettler) 39

Special Areas – ParksOutside back cover

Stahl (Matt) Construction (Hanna) 22

Stettler Building Supplies 39

Stettler Denture Clinic 40

Stettler IDA Pharmacy 40

Stettler Veterinary Clinic 40

Stoutenberg & Company

Professional Corp. (Stettler) 40

Sunset Printing (Elnora) 17

Super Suds Car Wash (Stettler) 41

Sutton Group – Landmark Realty (Castor) 9

Town of Coronation 13

Town of Hanna 21

Town of Wainwright 43

Twice Nice Store Society (Killam) 23

UFA – Reinbold Petroleum Ltd

(Stettler, Hanna, Delia). 41

Valley Green Landscaping (Stettler) 41

Van Haga (Ben) Trucking (Stettler) 33

Vasaya (Leanne McLean) (Coronation) 12

Veteran, Village of 42

Veterinary Medical Centre of

Eastern Alberta (Wainwright) 43

Village of Chauvin 9

Village of Clive 10

Village of Consort (Special Areas) 11

Village of DelburneInside front cover

Village of Elnora 17

Village of Forestburg 19

Village of Halkirk 20

Village of Heisler 23

Village of Lougheed 26

Village of Veteran 42

Wainwright, Town of 43

Wainwright School 44

Westview Co-operative

Association Limited (Hanna, Consort) 22

What Not Shop, The (Forestburg) 18

Whistle Stop (Mirror) 28

Xcursions (Consort) 11

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Where family, fun, and fishing meet

Located 20 minutes south of Youngstown on Hwy 884


• Full service and random camping sites available

• Boat launches & swimming area

• 3 playgrounds & splash park

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• Free wifi (high-speed)

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• Trailer dump stations

• Laundromat and coin-operated showers

• Firewood available for purchase


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