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S TAY Alliance Alliance Valley Inn Motel
The Flagstaff Region offers many unique places to stay. Go ahead and book your stay, unpack your bags and explore the region! Wherever you stay, Flagstaff Region hospitality is included at no extra charge.
R & R Hardisty Lakeview 4515-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3629
206 Main Street W, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3699
R & R Inn and Suites
4303-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.0004
Dayslander Motel 5025-49 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3645
Forestburg Forestburg Motor Inn 5407-48 Avenue W, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3935
Battle River Inn & Suites 4801-53 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3676
Killam Clan Malcolm Manor & Guest House
Self catering, Nine bedrooms available as well as whole house, daily, weekly or monthly rates. Cottage beside the manor now available, room or house rental.
5112-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2855
5006-53 Street, Killam Ph: 780.390.2010
Super 8 4743-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2550
TRIP ADVISOR REVIEWED
Heisler Hotel Bed & Breakfast
Great small town find!
103 Main Street, Heisler Ph: 780.889.2220
Hardisty Inn 5101-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3610
“What a lovely character home in a great small town! The home itself was like a piece of history, the room was cozy, even bathrobes in the room and the owners were very friendly. I would definitely recommend and would stay again!”
Killam Krossing Hotel Modern Hotel with 40 Air Conditioned Rooms, Restaurant, Lounge & Convenience Store. Junction of Highways 13 & 36 Hotel Ph: 780.385.2290 Restaurant Ph: 780.385.2290
Wagon Wheel Motel (1991) 2016 Housekeeping Award Recipient. Clean, Quiet and Comfortable. Kitchen/ Living room suites available. 4914-46 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3838 Cell: 780.385.4228
TRIP ADVISOR REVIEWED June 2018
★★★★★ Best in its class! “The Wagon Wheel Motel is my choice if I’m anywhere near Killam. The rooms are all a little different from each other. Very comfortable and homey. Every time I get a room, I think – this is my favorite and then I get even a better room on the next visit and think – this is my new favorite. At the end of a long day, arriving here is like being home. I look forward to my next visit. The Motel is so quiet that you can sleep with the windows open and not have your rest interrupted. I really could go on forever about this place. It’s a real gem!”
Lougheed Lougheed Motel 5007-51 Avenue, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.3935
Sedgewick The Wick Motel & Burger Bar 4719-48 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3913 5
E AT S & T R E AT S Pull up a chair at one of our tables and enjoy the down home taste of the countryside. Flagstaff Region offers a variety of places to eat that are sure to please your palate.
Alliance Valley Inn
Cedar’s Pizza & Steakhouse
206 Main Street, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3699
Daysland Bruce’s Place Restaurant 5024-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3855
Henry Family Restaurant 4818–50 Avenue, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3785
S A Restaurant 5035-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.781.8566
4203-53 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.4150
The Social Butterfly – Val’s 5002-50 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3541
Forest Tree Restaurant & Lounge 4904-54 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3831
Go’Fer Ice Cream/ LRT Café 4706-43 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.2335
CJ’s Deli & Catering
At CJ’s Deli & Catering you will find great food for the whole family with friendly service.
Pizza and pasta take-out 5515-51 Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.2227
4906-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.4196
OT Sports Lounge
Moore’s Shop Easy Bakery
Val’s Signature Fruit Cakes
OT Sports Lounge offers a full, ever changing menu of pub-style food. On the drink list are all the favorites, including craft beer from Ribstone Creek Brewery in nearby Edgerton. Along with sports on the big screens, there are also pool tables and VLTs.
5002-50th Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.781.5762
5319-51 Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.3000 Cell: 780.385.2095
5006-50 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3562
Smitty’s Restaurant & Killam Krossing Hotel
Honey Comb Aperies
You will find Smitty’s Restaurant to serve your dining needs as well as daily drink specials in the lounge. An on-site convenience store is open 24 hours a day to serve your every need and liquor off sales is available in the lounge from 4pm to midnight.
5210-50 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.385.4075
Killam A-1 Restaurant Chinese & Western Style Cuisine
Junctions of Highway 13 & 36 Ph: 780.385.2275
5017-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3777 Cell: 780.603.8258
Stop Spot Drive-In Restaurant Eat-in or take-out, hamburgers, pizza, ice cream, etc.
Highway 13 at 48th Street 4805-51 Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.3050
Jam Tarts Café and catering is a local gem where you will be served breakfast, lunch and supper with warmth and enthusiasm. Stay in and dine at your leisure or take a meal to go.
Subway 4207-51 A Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.SUBS (7827)
5006-50th Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.2222
Close 2 Home Restaurant & Lounge
Big Willy’s Bar
4808-48 Avenue, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3878
A sport-themed pub in the setting of a 1925 Municipal Heritage Hotel with a full restaurant menu.
Deena’s Country Kitchen
103 Main Street, Heisler Ph: 780.889.2220
5110-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2669
Lougheed Diamond J Bakery
TRIP ADVISOR REVIEWED October 15, 2017
5011-50 Street, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.2254
Awesome. Just like you are at your Mom’s!
Burger Bar 4719-48 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3913 Monday-Friday: 11am – 7pm
“Now called Deena’s Country Kitchen. One of the best places I’ve ever ate at!! Great home cooked meals at very reasonable prices, friendly staff and locals to talk to. Fresh baking too. Comfortable atmosphere.”
Mizane Steak and Pizza
Eng’s Restaurant and Lounge
Fully licensed, large menu, including lobster. Available for catering.
5049-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3577
4901-47 Street, Sedgewick Monday-Saturday:11am-2pm & 5pm-9pm Closed Sundays Ph: 780.384.3600
Rob’s Bar & Grill 5114-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2484
The Leaf Sports Pub & Grill The Leaf Sports Pub and Grill in Hardisty, Alberta, is a hot spot for locals and travelers hankering after generous servings of delicious pub fare and a cold drink. 4746-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2377
The Wooden Spoon Cafe & Cake Shop, Sedgewick Skyway Family Dining Restaurant & Lounge Western & Chinese cuisine Restaurant: Fully licensed, large menu. Lounge: Restaurant menu served, VLT’s, pool table, wide screen TV. 4814-47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.2271 Restaurant: Tuesday-Sunday 10:30am-8pm Lounge: Tuesday-Sunday 10:30am-12am
The Wooden Spoon Cafe & Cake Shop At the Wooden Spoon Café and Cake Shop you can always find a generous serving of enticing cake and other equally scrumptious goodies. But that’s not all. You can also find a varied menu of enjoyable lunch options. Come in for a hearty meal and don’t forget to have dessert, too! 4819-48 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3554 Monday-Friday: 8am-2pm
The Leaf Sports Pub & Grill Sports lounge, liquor sales and pub fare. 4708-48 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.2345 Monday-Sunday: 4pm-12am
SHOP If you’re looking for some retail therapy, the Flagstaff Region has you covered. We have several unique gift shops that offer one of a kind items along with grocery, pharmacy, farm implement, and more. Our communities have many stops where you will find arts, crafts, jewelry, flowers, gift ware, health and beauty, quilts, kitchenware, automotive parts, and more.
Daysland Family Foods
Buchanan Bigway Grocery Store
5020-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3941
101 Main Street W, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3826
Daysland Meats and Sausage Homemade sausage, fresh meat.
Main Street Medley
5028-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3556
Got an idea for a customized item – anything from decals and magnets to clothing and large or small signs? Chances are Main Street Medley can make it happen – Your imagination is our only limit!
Daysland Pharmacy 5023-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3900 facebook
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (excluding the lunch hour) 114 Main Street E, Alliance Ph: 780.879.2100
Daysland Reddi Mart
Mrs. T’s Liquor & Cold Beer Store
Baked goods, ice cream, convenience store.
111 Main Street W Alliance Ph: 780.879.0003
5002-49 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3733
Trading Post Liquor Store
Kapler’s Home Hardware
219 Main Street, Alliance Ph. 780.385.5777
5038-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3607
Lady Bug Pick Nic Gift Shop
Daysland Auto and Farm Supply (Bumper to Bumper)
The Lady Bug Pick Nic Gift Shop offers home décor, gifts, collectibles and antiques.
5108-50 Avenue, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3786
5117-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.2202 10
The Rusty Daisy Gift Company Rusty Daisy is a locally owned floral and gift shop. Stepping through the teal door you will see a wide variety of gift ware, floral arrangements and so much more. The Rusty Daisy Gift Company makes stunning bouquets for any occasion or size! 5034-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.2107
49 St. Liquor Store 5037-49 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3939
Forestburg Battle River Liquor Store 5006-49 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3785
Coutts Home Hardware Coutts Home Hardware prides itself on carrying all of your supply needs for an enjoyable rural lifestyle experience. Find camping supplies, fishing and hunting licenses, sporting goods, toys, lawn and garden supplies, houseware and gifts. 4813-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3556
Design 4 U Design 4 U offers business cards, letterheads, promotional products, company apparel, decaling, signage, garment printing and heat transfers, awards and so much more! 4708-43 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3876
The Rusty Daisy Gift Company, Daysland 11
Forestburg Flower Shop
Hardisty Hardware Ltd.
42068 Highway 856, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3939
4612-47 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2103
4912-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3501
For all your crafting needs visit Rustic Stars craft corner. They have canvases, paint, brushes, mod podge, stickers, paper and more. They can also make custom stencils. Rustic Stars also has a beautiful array of cards, gifts and home decor items.
Moores’ Shop Easy Foods 5008-50 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3562
5104-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.0008
4910-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3501
Heisler General Store & Bendfeld Meats
The What Not Shop
Known for their famous Heisler sausage.
The What Not Shop carries a complete line of fabrics and notions for all your sewing and quilting needs.
106 Main Street, Heisler Ph: 780.889.3777
5104-47 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.2110
Budding Ideas Flowers & Gifts/Paw Prints Artwork & Custom Picture Framing
Budding Ideas is a full service floral and home décor shop where you’ll find a large selection of beautiful, fresh flowers, gifts and décor, prints in beautiful frames, fashionable purses and handbags, scarves, bath and body products, scented candles, toys and sweet treats. It’s one stop gift shopping for all of your gifting occasions.
Trophies and awards, sublimation (photo gifts), photo crystals, gifts for every day occasion, laser engraving, impact printing (special jewelery), fresh cut flowers, signs (large or small), printing, and much more. 4904-51 Avenue Hardisty Ph: 780.888.2553
5008-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3014 or 780.385.3034 facebook
Flag City Foods 5124-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3857
A quilt gallery and store offering fabric, notions, kits, patterns and quilting classes.
Twice Nice offers super-low prices and a variety of second hand items. You never really know what you’re going to find so you’re in for a surprise every time you visit.
5007-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.0974
4924-50 Street, Killam Ph. 780.385.2393
Killam Home Hardware & Building Centre Hardware, building supplies, housewares and gifts.
Wild Rose Co-op Liquor
5025-57 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.2364 facebook
Killam Wild Rose Food Co-op
5026-50 Street, Killam Telephone: 780.385.3771 Monday-Saturday: 10am-10pm Sunday: 10am-6pm
4303-53 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3805
Lougheed Elegant Event Rentals
Town and Country Guardian Drugs
Elegant Event Rentals is a full-service wedding and special occasion center. Whatever the event they can provide you with linens, table runners, chair covers, backdrops, ceiling décor and so much more. Elegant Event Rentals aims to make your vision a reality and your event or wedding one that you will treasure forever.
Town and Country Guardian Drugs is East Central Alberta’s largest drugstore. Open seven days of the week to serve all of your shopping needs; with 11,000 square feet of fabulous products you will be sure to find whatever you’re looking for. 4906-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3598
5301-51 Avenue, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.2440 facebook
Elegant Event Rentals, Lougheed
Eye Candy Beauty Company, Sedgewick
Eye Candy Beauty Company
Mopsy Tucks is a family-owned business located in Lougheed that has been creating handmade costumes since 1986. We put lots of love and care into every piece we make and have a wide selection of fun outfits for every age.
Eye Candy Beauty Company started by providing eyelash extension services to clients in the Flagstaff Region. The business expanded to a boutique retail space and also offers unique handmade items and well known beauty product brands.
4803-50 Street, Lougheed Ph: 780.888.5188
32 McLean Crescent E, Sedgewick Ph: 780.385.1030 facebook
Tippy’s Liquor Store
Conrad’s Video & The Bicycle Doctor
5501-50 Avenue, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.3739
DVD sales and rentals, bike sales & service, collectibles, convenience store amenities.
4806–47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3537 Tuesday-Thursday: 10am-8pm Friday & Saturday: 10am-9pm Sundays: 1pm-8pm
Brandywine & Brew Retail liquor outlet 4846–47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.2422 Sundays & Holidays:12am-5pm Monday-Thursday & Saturdays: 10am-9pm Fridays:10am-10pm
Sedgewick Building Supplies
Confectionery, ice cream, giftware and stuffed animals.
Building supplies, lumber, plumbing, electrical, custom sheds.
4802-47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3730 Summer Hours: 8am-9pm Winter Hours: 8am-8pm
4902-47 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3023 8am-6pm Weekdays 8pm-5pm Saturdays
Plymouth Park Farms
Honey, honey products, jams, jellies and pickles for sale year round. Greenhouse supplies available in the spring (tomatoes).
Pharmacy, lotto center, giftware, cards, books, model trains center. 4841-47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3528 Tuesday-Friday: 9am-5:30pm Saturdays: 10am-5pm Closed Sunday & Monday facebook
4502-47 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.2788
Railside Spirits Wine, cold beer & spirits 4909-48 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.385.5894 Call us for delivery info! Monday-Thursday: 10am-9pm Fridays: 10am-11pm Saturdays: 10am-9pm Sundays: 12pm-5pm
Sedgewick Wild Rose Co-op Home & Farm Centre 4802-49 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3877
Sedgewick Wild Rose Food Co-op 4857-47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3972
FARMERS’ MARKETS Alliance Farmers’ Market The Alliance Farmers’ Market takes place every third Wednesday of each month, excluding January and February, at the Alliance Community Hall. 114-1st Avenue E, Alliance Ph: 780.879.2486
Forestburg Farmers’ Market The Forestburg Farmers’ Market hosts 45 vendors and takes place the last Saturday in November each year at the Forestburg Community Hall. 5401-50 Avenue W, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3668
Hardisty Farmers’ Market The Hardisty Farmers’ Market takes place every second Wednesday of each month at the Elks Hall. 5016-52 Avenue, Hardisty Ph: 780-888-3690
Killam Farmers’ Market Each year, the Killam Community Hall plays host to the Christmas Craft Sale on the first Saturday of December. Over 60 vendors are set up to sell their items ranging from baking to art to clothing! Something for everyone on your Christmas list! 4929 50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3977
Lake Side Market Garden, Sedgewick The Lake Side Market Garden takes place every Saturday during July and August at the Sedgewick Lake Park. 44243-Range Road 124 (Township Road 442A & Range Road 124) Ph: 780.384.3504
If youâ€™re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the quiet relaxing pace of rural Alberta, look no further than the Flagstaff Region. The region offers a variety of parks and campsites to stay whether you are looking to fish, play golf or just relax with your friends and family and enjoy what nature has to offer.
Battle River Crossing Resort
Harbored in a secluded bend in the Battle River Valley, there are plenty of ways to appreciate nature at Battle River Crossing Resort. Enjoy tubing on the river, tossing horseshoes on the sandy beach, hiking the walking trails, and playing the nine-basket disc golf course. Watch for over 120 different species of birds! Fishing, star gazing, u-pick organic saskatoons and much more!
It offers 21 serviced and non-serviced sites along with a playground and baseball diamond nearby.
Range Road 144, South of Galahad. For more information call 780.583.2100
Diplomat Trout Pond
Located 32 km south of Highway 13 on Secondary Highway 872. For more information call 403.578.4040
Located on the east side of Hwy 855, across from the Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site. Approximately 16 km from Forestburg, it offers 15 non-serviced sites. The Trout Pond is home to many wildlife and plant species and is stocked with Rainbow Trout on a yearly basis.
Big Knife Provincial Park Find a mix of open and treed sites suitable for tents and RVs in a scenic parkland environment. There are also a few walk-in tenting sites nestled in the forest. This is a great family-friendly park with wonderful views of the unique Battle River badlands. Explore the trails and watch for wildlife and birds, or take your canoe or kayak for a lazy afternoon paddle.
Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with no reservations allowed. Campers are only permitted to stay a maximum of 10 nights. For more information call 780.384.4100
Camping is available from May 18th â€“ October 11th on a first-come, first-served basis, with no reservations allowed. It offers 40 unserviced sites and 11 walk-in tenting sites. Located between the villages of Donalda and Forestburg, 10 km south of Highway 53, 88 km from the city of Camrose. For more information call 403.742.7516
Alliance Alliance Recreation Grounds Alliance Recreation Grounds features a trailer park with power, water, and a dump station. Fees are $20/ night or $110/week and can be paid at the Village Office on Main Street. When the office is closed, please drop fees in the front door drop box. Public washrooms and a shower with hot water are located near the 4 camping stalls on the Recreation Grounds. 209 Main Street, Alliance For more information call 780.879.3911
Edgerton Day Campground It offers 12 sites (4 powered sites and 8 nonserviced sites). Edgerton Day Campground has a covered picnic area for day stops, a playground, multiple large group areas and a large amount of overflow camping and parking. Located 1 km south of Daysland on Range Road 163. For more information call 780.384.4100 Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with no reservations allowed. Campers are only permitted to stay a maximum of 10 nights.
Daysland Golf Course Campground
Kinsmen RV Park
Play and stay right at the club. It offers 29 full serviced sites along with hot showers, free firewood and free internet at the clubhouse. 5538-50th Street, Daysland For more information call 780.374.3633 *Reservations recommended.
Nestled in the trees, this park offers a shower house, playground, and fire pits. A variety of sites are available including those with 30 amp power, power only and an overflow camping area that is un-serviced. Whether you are staying for one night or for an extended period we are sure that you will enjoy our campground. We are just two blocks from the downtown core and only 4 blocks from the public swimming pool. 4901-47 Street, Forestburg For more information call 780.582.3668
Goodbye hustle. Hello adventure!
Edgerton Day Campground, Daysland
Fish Lake, Hardisty
Forestburg Golf Course RV Park Located on the north west end of Forestburg, it offers a 9-hole golf course and driving range, restaurant and lounge, along with a full serviced RV park.
Fish Lake Located north of Highway 13, 2 km west of Hardisty. It offers 20 sites (8 serviced; 6 with 30 amp power, 2 with 15 amp power, and the remaining are nonserviced), two large group sites, a day use area with a covered shelter, basketball hoop, fishing, lakeside gazebo, playground, beach area, swimming, fire pits, horseshoe pits and a golf course nearby. Only nonmotorized boats are allowed within Fish Lake.
5401-50 Avenue W, Forestburg For more information call 780.582.3693 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. *Reservations recommended.
Galahad Galahad Campground It offers 6 sites with water and 30 amp power along with a public washroom/shower house.
*Camping is available on a first-come, firstserved basis, with no reservations allowed. For more information call 780.384.4100
Located in Galahad on Guinevere Avenue East. For more information call 780.384.4100 *Camping is available on a first-come, firstserved basis, with no reservations allowed.
Hardisty Lake Campground It offers 58 sites (51 full-serviced, 7 power sites); plus 7 group sites along with shower and washroom facilities, playground and beach area.
Galahad Municipal Grounds
For more information, visit the Town of Hardisty website www.hardisty.ca or call 780.888.2700 *Reservations recommended.
Formerly the school grounds, the Galahad Municipal Grounds offers group camping and may be utilized for such events as family reunions and weddings. It offers showers, washrooms, ball diamonds and a fully enclosed gazebo with fire pit. Located NW Galahad off Merlin Street For more information call 780.384.4100 *Reservations required.
Killam Centennial Park It offers 55 sites, 15 full-serviced and 40 non-serviced, along with showers, flush toilets, gravel pads with lawn and row trees. Centennial Park is enjoyable for both winter and summer activities. Families have fun tobogganing down the hill and skating on the pond in the winter months. There is paved paths, a playground and a small creek. Itâ€™s located across the street from a skateboard park and nearby baseball diamonds.
Irene Parlby Park Campground It offers 10 campground sites serviced with water, sewer and power and equipped with a full service washroom and shower. It is an attractive, wellmaintained park with well-spaced sites along with a large playground, two baseball diamonds, a basketball court and a beautiful walking trail.
4616-57 Street, Killam For more information call 780.385.3977 *Camping is available on a first-come, firstserved basis. No reservations allowed.
Located at Haultain Avenue & Greenfield Street, Heisler For more information call 780.889.3774 *Camping is available on a first come, first served basis.
Laguna Beach RV Park
Next to the ball diamonds and museum, it offers 15 sites, 12 full-serviced and 3 power, along with a picnic shelter and washrooms.
Located east of the Town of Killam, beside the Killam Krossing Hotel. It offers full hookups, free laundry, shower/washrooms with flush toilets, firewood, internet and playground. Each site includes a picnic table and fire pit.
In Lougheed, on the southern side of Hwy 13. For more information call 780.386.3970 *Camping is available on a firstcome, first-served basis.
3925-49 Ave, 0.25 km south on Hwy 36. For more information call 780.385.2280 *Camping is available on a firstcome, first-served basis.
Battle River Splash Zone, Sedgewick
Sedgewick Sedgewick Lake Park It offers 59 full service sites along with group camping sites, a wading pool, Battle River Splash Zone spray park, playground, washrooms, shower, picnic shelter and dock. Each site includes a picnic table and fire pit. 44243â€“Range Road 124 (Township Road 442A & Range Road 124) Located 1 km north of Sedgewick on Range Road 124. For more information call 780.384.2256 or Email: email@example.com 27
Forsterâ€™s Greenhouse, Forestburg
GREENHOUSES The Flagstaff Region is home to many different greenhouses. From planting advice, private planting classes, large bulk orders, bus tours and hot yoga classes, our greenhouses have plenty to offer.
Alliance Niconna’s Greenhouse 11067-602 Secondary Road, Alliance Ph: 780.879.2240
Killam Country Girl Greenhouses Bedding plants and proven winners, Christmas trees. 4813-54 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.0083
Forestburg Forster’s Greenhouse Forster’s Greenhouse is family owned and operated. They carry bedding plants, both annual and perennial, herbs and vegetables. Doors open May 1st from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. 14516 Highway 53, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.2460
TJ’s Market Garden Inc. TJ’s Market Garden Inc. is family owned and operated. From potatoes and beets to onions and leeks we produce it all! We have over 20 different types of produce growing each year without the use of insecticides and are now selling bedding plants! 41259 Range Road 163, Forestburg Ph: 780.385.5450 or 780.385.4267
Hardisty The Tree Corral 3 miles west of Hardisty or 1 mile east of 872 on Highway 13 Ph: 780.888.3862 29
GOLF Daysland Golf Club Located 42kms east of the City of Camrose on Highway 13, lies a â€œHidden Gem.â€? The Daysland Golf Club is a 9-hole course, offering challenging yet forgiving tree lined fairways with creeks, ponds and gentle sloping greens. With the recent addition of a picturesque par 3 island hole it has become a favourite destination for many golf enthusiasts. Play and Stay at the full service RV Campground on your next golf outing. Better yet, visit the fully licensed clubhouse for refreshments and great food! For more information on rates and upcoming events, or to book your next tee time, visit www.dayslandgolf.com or call 780.374.3633.
Forestburg Golf Club Forestburg Golf Club is a 9-hole public golf course located on 50 Ave West in Forestburg, Alberta. The course offers a driving range, putting green and cart and club rentals. The recently renovated clubhouse is a licensed restaurant, offering delicious food and drinks, open daily from 8 a.m. till dusk. The RV Park is adjacent to the course and has 17 fully serviced lots with a washroom and shower facility. It is nicely landscaped and has a playground for the kids. For more information on rates and upcoming events, or to book your next tee time, visit www.forestburggolfclub.com or call 780.582.3693.
Lakeview Golf Course, Hardiisty
Did you forget to book a tee time but still want to play a round of golf? No worries! Keep your search for the perfect golf course out of the rough! Join us at a Flagstaff Region golf course where we offer great golf with little to no wait times on peaceful and relaxing courses. Their friendly staff are waiting to greet you and make your experience one you wonâ€™t forget.
Hardisty Lakeview Golf Course The Lakeview Golf Course takes advantage of the areaâ€™s natural beauty to create a pleasant, challenging 9-hole golf course. During the summer months, Lakeview Golf Course becomes a hub of the community, with golfers traversing the rolling greens, and hungry residents and golfers alike coming to the clubhouse for a quick bite to eat. Residents, organizations and businesses alike can book tournaments at the course, and during the winter months, the hall can be rented for special-events. The freshly re-decorated clubhouse features a pro-shop and a fully licensed restaurant with a patio. For more information on rates and upcoming events, or to book your next tee time, visit www.hardistygolf.ca or call 780.888.2288.
Sedgewick Golf Club Sedgewick Golf Club is a 9-hole course located on the north side of the Town of Sedgewick. They boast a beautiful, licensed clubhouse with weekday lunch specials during the season and a fully stocked Pro Shop. Golfers of all levels will enjoy playing this 3163 yard par 36 layout. The course consists of mature trees that line the meticulous, manicured fairways and new bent grass greens. Accurate iron play is a must, as the greens are guarded by bunkers, and water strategically placed throughout the golf course. The greens are known for their quickness and smooth roll. If perfecting your golf skills or learning the game is your objective, take advantage of our great practice facility. Hit balls on our driving range or work on your putting or short game on one of two putting greens. For more information on rates and upcoming events, or to book your next tee time, visit www.sedgewickgolf.ca or call 780.384.3670.
RECREATION FACILITIES Alliance Community Multiplex
Forestburg Multi-Purpose Recreation Facility
The Alliance Community Multiplex has a natural ice surface, dressing rooms, shower, lobby and concession area. Winter hours are 9 am to 9 pm, except for special events. Public Skating is available whenever there is no event booked. The Recreation Centre holds a meeting room, childrenâ€™s play room and a library which is part of the Parkland Regional Library. Other facilities include a walking trail, 2 ball diamonds, a football field/soccer pitch, and a riding arena with pens and chutes for roping.
The Village of Forestburg is home to a modern, new multi-purpose recreation facility which houses a full artificial ice rink. This facility contains an upper viewing area and upper meeting room. Both hockey and figure skating programs are offered at the facility as well as rental options for private functions. We also have a full kitchen in the facility and a concession stand is run by volunteers throughout the season.
North end of Main Street, Alliance For event bookings Ph: 780.879.3911
Daysland Arena The Daysland Arena has newly renovated dressing rooms and houses a full artificial rink. 4702-51 Avenue, Daysland Ph: 780.374.2402
4101-49 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3664
Forestburg Riding Arena The Arena is able to facilitate roping, rough stock events, jumping, barrel racing, gymkhana, obstacle courses, fun days, clinics, cattle events, 4-H, pleasure riding, colt training, or shows. We maintain our facility with a high level of expectation so as to serve our community and surrounding area. 4903-47 Street, Forestburg Ph: 403.715.1118
Flagstaff Regionâ€™s recreation facilities play a key role in offering a healthy and vibrant community. These recreation centers provide opportunities for residents to be active and interact. They are common ground areas focused on inclusivity, while fostering a culture of health and well-being in the communities they serve. Flagstaff Region is well known for our devoted volunteers and employees who work hard at maintaining and improving the facilities we offer. If youâ€™re wanting to get active, check us out!
Forestburg Millennium Swimming Pool
Hardisty Ball Diamonds The diamonds see heavy use in the summer and autumn months, both in minor ball and adult-league ball.
The Forestburg Millennium Swimming Pool is an outdoor pool that is open from May through to September. Our pool offers public swimming, family swim, swimming lessons, private parties, birthday parties, and aqua fit sessions.
Heisler Recreation Centre The Recreation Centre has a skating rink, four lanes of 5-pin bowling (neon bowling available) and several meeting rooms.
4905-46 Avenue, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3866
For event bookings Ph: 780.889.2262 or 780.889.2190 Sports Grounds bookings Ph: 780.889.3774
Gibson Energy Centre The Gibson Energy Centre, also known as the Hardisty Arena, is a single-pad ice rink located in the heart of town. The arena is open from October to the end of March each year, and besides Minor Hockey rentals, is also used for CanSkate, Figure Skating, Shinny, Public Skates and fun league hockey. The adjacent curling rink offers up three sheets and is in use all winter long. An upstairs hall at the curling rink provides a warm place to watch friends and family members throw rocks, or to hold gatherings. 48 Avenue & 49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.9906
Killam Multi-Purpose Room With capacity for 120 patrons it is the perfect place to have a nice social gathering. A small kitchen is available that includes sink area and cooler access. For your meetings, a projector and large screen are provided.
Killam Agriplex houses several different recreational opportunities including:
Killam Indoor Playground Thanks to Parents For Fun in Flagstaff, the Indoor Playground is an added feature for the Killam Agriplex. It is a drop-in center geared for children 0-6 years of age. The facility offers a huge indoor playground, sitting area, coffee nook, snack area, reading corner, baby corner and oodles of toys for all ages and stages.
Killam Swimming Pool An indoor competitive-sized salt water swimming pool with a new zero depth entry teach pool. Besides public swimming, a large number of programs are offered at the pool: Red Cross Swim Lessons, adult lessons, parents & tots, competitive swimming, aquatic fitness, fitness swim, lane swim, and deep water workout.
Killam Memorial Arena The Killam Memorial arena is a huge contributor to providing recreational opportunities to the community. Some of its many uses include hockey, power skating, free public skating & shinny, an indoor annual rodeo, 4-H shows, trade fairs and garage sales. This facility boasts artificial ice and is well maintained, featuring heated seating and renovated dressing rooms.
S&M Fitness S&M Fitness is a â€œtop of the lineâ€? fitness centre with 24 hour access. The gym offers a full selection of benches, free weights and barbells, as well as a full circuit of strength equipment, treadmills, and ellipticals. We offer a selection of group fitness classes (such as Boot Camp and Spin Classes),and personal training. 5175-51 Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.3080 34
Killam Ball Diamonds
A variety of ages use the ball facility, with 3 softball/minor ball diamonds, and 1 baseball diamond, which is home to the Killam Braves Senior Baseball Team. All diamonds are fenced with shale infields, grass outfields, and are all equipped with home/visitor dugouts and viewing stands.
Crocus Walking Trail, Daysland Crocus Walking Trail meanders throughout the Town of Daysland, through a pond and wooded areas.
Heritage Park, Killam
Have a picnic in the gazebo or go for a walk on our beautiful nature trail that not only runs through Heritage Park but also goes through Centennial Park and around the outskirts of town. There is also a wonderful playground, horse shoe pits and bike and skateboard park.
The Lougheed Field House is a fun place to come and play! If you need a gym, we got it! Want to shoot some hoops? You can do that too. Thereâ€™s badminton, pickle ball, hockey, batting cages and more!
48 Avenue & 56 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3977
4908 Harvey Street, Lougheed Field House Ph: 780.386.2234 Gym and Events Ph: 780.386.2472
Sedgewick Walking Trail
Wildrose Co-op Recreation Centre
Enjoy a peaceful walk on Sedgewickâ€™s paved walking trail that takes you around the Sedgewick Lake as well as the Sedgewick ball diamonds and recreation facility.
This facility hosts many community activities, such as curling, skating, hockey, bowling, baseball, football, lacrosse, rodeos, rock concerts and much more. The Wild Rose Co-op Recreation Centre is also the home of the Sedgewick Public Library and the Sedgewick Playschool. 5301-51 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3751
Heritage Park, Killam
Hardisty Rodeo with Combine Crunch Head on over to the community of Hardisty this July for a weekend of fun for all ages. See the parade, enjoy the street fair, great grandstand shows, a combine crunch, and heart pounding rodeo action, chariots, and chuckwagons. https://www.facebook.com/hardistyrodeo/ Ph: 780.888.1424
Killam Indoor Rodeo Plan on attending the annual Killam Indoor Rodeo in June. Start your day with a hearty breakfast and end it with a night of dancing. Throughout the weekend take in the street fair, parade, show & shine, chili cook off, fireworks and, of course, lots of rodeo action. The rodeo grounds are easy to find, being located at the Killam Agriplex. www.killam-ag-society.com Ph: 780.385.3089
Rough Stock Rodeo â€“ Sedgewick In late August, dust your boots off, grab your hat and head out to the Rough Stock Rodeo in Sedgewick. The day is full of events youâ€™re sure to enjoy!! Start the day off with a pancake breakfast followed by a trade show, kids mini tractor pull, and the rodeo! https://www.facebook.com/sedgewickagsociety/ Ph: 780.385.4501
Sedgewick Recreation Grounds
Sedgewick Chuckwagon Races Enjoy three days of chuckwagon and chariot races in Sedgewick as part of your Canada Day celebration. The celebration includes a pancake breakfast, Canada Day Exhibits, parade, bouncy house and children’s activities followed by Alberta Pony Chuckwagon and Chariot Races. The weekend also includes men’s baseball, ladies fastball and minor ball games, a movie in the park at Sedgewick Lake and Canada Day Fireworks. If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate Canada Day, join us at the Sedgewick Canada Day Celebration. https://www.facebook.com/sedgewickagsociety/ Ph: 780.385.4501 37
WINTER ACTIVITIES Curling
Friends of the Battle River Railway
Daysland Curling Club 4706-51 Ave, Daysland
The Sweetheart Excursion A heart filled train, sweet treat and fantastic entertainment. Bring your sweetheart to celebrate an early Valentine’s Day! Or get a group of friends together for a deliciously fun afternoon.
Forestburg Curling Club 5401-50 Avenue W, Forestburg
Hardisty Curling Club 48 Avenue & 49 Street, Hardisty
The Christmas Train to Alliance Santa Daze
Lougheed Curling Club
5301-51 Avenue, Sedgewick
A magical Christmas Train experience with Santa’s elves, music and much merriment! Bring your skates, explore the market and roast a hot dog at the bonfire. Don’t forget your wish list as a visit with Santa is guaranteed. End the evening with the Parade of Lights and fireworks.
Strome Curling Club
For tickets call 780.384.4150 or visit Eventbrite.ca facebook
4707-48 Street, Lougheed
Sedgewick Curling Club
5000-52 Street, Strome
Valley Ski Hill Valley Ski Hill is nestled in the Battle River Valley near Alliance. It remains a vibrant and fun place for people of all ages to come together and enjoy the sports of Skiing and Snowboarding. Our full-service lodge includes a kitchen, ample seating, playroom, snow school, office and rental shop. Three clubs (Battle River Ski and Snowboard, Valley Alpine Ski Club (Nancy Greene), and Jumps and Bumps) offer great programming for kids to learn skills they will use their whole life long. Our Snow School boasts many CSIA and CASI certified instructors to help new skiers and boarders get their start.
Winter activities don’t come much simpler than ice fishing. All you really need is a frozen lake. Grab a warm drink, cozy blanket and make a hole in the ice. Try ice fishing at one of our lakes or ponds.
Diplomat Trout Pond Located east side of Highway 855, across from the Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site. Approximately 16 km from Forestburg.
Ph: 780-879-2106 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.valleyskihill.ca
Located north of Highway 13, 2 km west of Hardisty
ARTS & C U LT U R E Clubs/Groups
Drama Club, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3615
Battle River Art Club, Sedgewick
Flagstaff Players, Sedgewick
Battle River Art Club (BRAC) is a vibrant group of artists from the Flagstaff Region who gather together every Monday night to work on art. Several workshops and courses are also held throughout the year.
An all ages group that puts on performances for the community. https://www.facebook.com/flagstaffplayers/
The club runs from September to April and holds an Annual Art Show at the end of April.
Stitch and Chat, Daysland
The Stitch and Chat group is held Tuesday afternoons, at the Daysland library.
Book Club, Daysland
The Book Club gathers once a month at the Daysland Library. They are open to new members joining.
Quilting Guild, Daysland
The Quilting Guild is a group that gathers throughout the month to work on projects such as Bags of Love and raffle quilts.
Curtain Call Community Theatre, Forestburg Curtain Call Community Theatre is a group of volunteers who love to entertain. Their productions include dinner theatres held at the Forestburg Community Centre. Tickets are available through the Village of Forestburg Office.
For more information call 780.374.2167 or 780.374.3532.
We recognize the importance of arts and culture and how it contributes to the health of our region. It brings energy and vitality to our communities and fosters a strong sense of pride. We encourage you to join a club or group, or simply enjoy one of the performances they have to offer. We welcome you with open arms!
Concerts and Theatres Daysland Palace Theatre DaysArts operates the Daysland Palace Theatre, a 230-seat movie theatre with a 20x33 ft stage. It shows current movies on weekends, a children’s matinée monthly, and Reel Alternative movies once a month. 5012-50 Street, Daysland Ph: 780.374.3774
Forestburg Concert Series The Forestburg Concert Series is an economical way to enjoy quality entertainment. Concerts feature talented, well-known artists from a variety of genres of music. All performances are at the Forestburg Community Centre. 5402–50 Avenue W, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3668
Living Room Theatre, Killam The Living room is a theatre that presents various movies and live concerts throughout the year. It can be rented for private events. 5018-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780.385.3590
Heisler Community Hall The Heisler Community Hall and Seniors Centre host a variety of leisure activities and there is sure to be one to suit every need. These facilities are also available to rent for social occasions.
Alliance Community Hall The Alliance Community Hall has a full kitchen and bar area, auditorium which accommodates 225, stage and sound system.
Mainstreet, Heisler Ph: 780.889.3774
114-1 Avenue E, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3653
Killam Community Hall The Killam Community Hall is a modern, large facility that has a dine/dance capacity for 554 occupants. The Hall is equipped with a fully functional kitchen and coolers, bar, and a large screen for slideshows or presentations.
Daysland Community Hall 4602-51 Avenue, Daysland, Alberta Ph: 780.781.6155
Forestburg Community Centre Forestburg has a great Community Centre with a seating capacity of 460 and a full commercial kitchen. The facility is available for rent for dances, farewells and other private functions.
4929-50 Street, Killam Ph: 780-385-3977
5402-50 Avenue W, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3668
5004 McLeod Street, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.2212
Sedgewick Community Hall
Lougheed Community Hall
The Sedgewick Community Hall is available for rent for a variety of functions. It boasts a full commercial kitchen, dishwasher, bar, stage, and can seat 205 people when alcohol is being served.
201 Lady Vivian Avenue W, Galahad Ph: 780.385.4397
Hardisty Community Hall The Hardisty Community Hall is a multi-use facility with a stage, kitchen, bar, and coat room. There is an adjacent parking lot that doubles as a basketball court when not in use for hall functions
4809-47 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780-384-3504
4807-49 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3623
51 Avenue & 53 Street, Strome Ph: 780-376-3680
Strome Community Hall
T R A I N E XC U R S I O N S Battle River Train Excursions Headquarterd in Forestburg, Alberta, the Battle River Railway is a fully functioning short rail line with a super fun twist. Exchanging the usual boxcars for a beautiful vintage passenger car, Battle River Train Excursions is delighted to offer a number of theme based day excursions throughout the year. Each unique theme is carefully tailored to provide a fun filled and memorable experience for those with a hankering to ride the rails. 5009-50th Avenue, Forestburg For tickets visit www.eventbrite.ca or https://friendsofbrr.com Ph: 780.384.4150 facebook
Battle River Train Excursions, Forestburg
MUSEUMS Take a step into the history of the Flagstaff Region
Alliance and District Museum Collections feature artifacts of the early history of the area and village. Displays include early costumes, military uniforms, pioneer furnishing, flags, maps, native artifacts, and an old radio collection. The museum has grown to include other buildings alongside of the church. There is a log cabin where three generations of one family lived; The Doll house situated behind the church is dedicated to the museumâ€™s historical doll collection. They have over 1,000 dolls that are exhibited on a rotational basis. The Doll house even includes a special area where young visitors can play with dolls. Across the road is an antique farm machinery display, a blacksmithâ€™s shop and a barn. 202-2 Street E, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3911
Diplomat Mine Interpretive Look around you. Hard to believe that millions of years ago this area was a lush subtropical forest, but the petrified tree stump unearthed at the Paintearth Mine gives you an inkling. That rich foliage as it decomposed and was compressed under layer upon layer of other materials and formed the plentiful coal deposits in this part of Alberta. In the early 1900s, area homesteaders first began digging small underground mines into the banks of the Battle River to access these deposits. Coal cars like the rebuilt model on site hauled coal out of the mines. The large machines here made their debut at the Diplomat Mine when the transition was made to surface mining in the late 1940s. Today, mining continues south of the river with draglines that can be used to mine much deeper coal. 14 km SW of Forestburg on Highway 855 Ph: 780.582.3668
Forestburg and District Museum Forestburg and District Museum is housed in an original Masonic Temple built in 1927. The museum houses a collection of homesteading and agricultural artifacts, an authentic 1920s kitchen, and memorabilia from WWII. In recognition of the area’s mining tradition, there are examples of early mining equipment complemented by a great selection of mining photos. The museum also brings in visiting exhibits from University of Lethbridge’s Art Department and Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) in Calgary. 4707-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.3668
Goose Creek School Museum The school houses a nice collection of sports uniforms, equipment, and memorabilia from the area. There is also a variety of adding machines and antique typewriters on display. In fact, the Oliver Typewriter is displayed next to typed pages from that typewriter. The school includes a Waterbury heater, green walls, hardwood floors and original writings on the blackboard. The classroom setting has been recreated and is complemented by other displays set around life in the country. 4702-48 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3741
Iron Creek Museum Take a stroll down the wooden boardwalk and visit the homesteader’s cabin, a lawyer’s office, the shoemakers, or the Anglican Church where church services and wedding can be held to this day. The museum also has two schoolhouses, a collection of antique farm machinery, and a working scale-model water wheel that a local resident used to generate electricity. Each of the buildings features artifacts relating to the early history of the area. Across the highway from the original museum site is the wooden Pioneer Grain Elevator, the latest acquisition of the Iron Creek Museum. Highway 13, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.3970
Sedgewick Archives Gallery and Museum Sedgewick Archives Gallery and Museum are housed in a historical sandstone building built in 1906. This was the original Merchants Bank of Canada, later to be the Bank of Montreal. The sandstone bricks used in the building were made locally; there are several houses in town also made from these same types of bricks. The museum has a variety of collections including household accessories, tools, clothing and hats, medical supplies, jewelry, town archives, maps, and an extensive pictorial compilation. The gallery displays work by local artists and has an exceptional china collection. For a more personal experience, the archive is affiliated with the Salt Lake City Genealogy Library and equipped to access extensive genealogy information. 4702-48 Street, Sedgewick Ph: 780.384.3741
Sodbusters Archives Museum In 1904, settlers began to flock to the Strome area from around the world, enticed by the prospect of ‘free’ land. Strome became the hub of the wheel, with spokes leading out to the surrounding district. The museum preserves the story of the pioneers. Over 20,000 artifacts have been gathered that tell the ingenuity of the homesteaders and their families, and to show the rapid changes of this country – from oxcart to airplane. Many of the artifacts date back to the 1800s and include items that would be of interest to every age group. There is a wildlife display that includes a vast collection of Native and natural artifacts, as well as a train display donated by Strome resident George Woodward. The memorial hall displays local wedding dresses through the ages and features three generations of wedding dresses from one family. 5029-50 Street, Strome 780.376.3688
LIBRARIES Flagstaff Region’s libraries are very comfortable and welcoming spaces for all ages. They are a part of the Parkland Regional Library system, which is a network of over 50 public libraries connecting over 200,000 residents in central Alberta. They have a great selection of new release books, DVDs, ebooks, games and magazines. Alliance Public Library
Heisler Municipal Library
101-1 Avenue E, Alliance Ph: 780.879.3733
100 Haultian Avenue, Heisler Ph: 780.889.3925
Tuesday (1pm-5pm) Thursday (9am-1pm)
Wednesday (9am-12pm) & (1pm-6pm)
Killam Public Library
Daysland Public Library
5007-49 Avenue, Killam Ph: 780.385.3032
5130-50 Street, Daysland Ph. 780.679.7326
Monday & Wednesday (12pm-5pm) & (6pm-8pm) Friday (8:30am-12pm) & (1pm-4pm)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (10am-5pm) Friday (10am-1pm)
Lougheed & District Library
Forestburg Public Library
5004-50 Street, Lougheed Ph: 780.386.2498
4901-50 Street, Forestburg Ph: 780.582.4110
Monday, Wednesday & Friday (12-5pm)
Tuesday-Friday (10am-5:30pm) Saturday (10am-1pm)
Sedgewick Public Library 5301-51 Avenue, Sedgewick Ph. 780.384.3003
Hardisty Public Library 5027-50 Street, Hardisty Ph: 780.888.3947
Monday & Wednesday (5:30pm-8:30pm) Tuesday & Thursday (12pm-5:30pm) Saturday (10am-1pm)
Tuesday (11am-5pm) Wednesday (1pm-8pm) Thursday (11am–5pm) Saturday (1pm-5pm)
CO M M U N I T Y CO N TACT I N F O R M AT I O N
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Covering nearly one million acres of land, the Flagstaff Region is dynamic and filled with exciting events and attractions. The Region’s economy thrives on its agricultural base and energy sector. A country drive leads to a discovery of agri-tourism attractions in the countryside and area communities, such as Battle River Train Excursions. You can explore unique cultural sites, pick your own fruits and veggies, play in the spray park at Sedgewick Lake, cowboy up at the Hardisty Rodeo, enjoy the musical talent during Forestburg’s concert series or watch competitive hockey at one of Killam’s Junior B home games. Along the way, we hope you get to meet some of the friendly people who call this part of Alberta home. The Flagstaff Region is ideal for those seeking a rural lifestyle close to urban amenities. The Region is easy driving distance from major centers such as Camrose, Wainwright, Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary.
Flagstaff Crafted supports the work of Flagstaff Region makers. It is our goal to create an awareness of the diverse handmade products available in the region and enhance the exposure of locally based businesses, making it easy to shop local. For more information, or to become Flagstaff Crafted, check out www.flagstaffcrafted.ca or call (780)384-4150
You're home here. Experience the salt-of-the-earth way of life. The Flagstaff Region is home to an abundance of family farms and strong-will...
Published on Mar 18, 2019
You're home here. Experience the salt-of-the-earth way of life. The Flagstaff Region is home to an abundance of family farms and strong-will...