Camrose CountyCamrose County is located a short drive southeast of Edmonton.
Eat Local in Camrose County
Do you enjoy finding great local food and shopping locally? You're in for a great summer in Camrose County then!
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Camrose County Visitor Information
Office Address: 3755 - 43 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta
Get Back to Nature
Winter and summer activities in Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Tillicum Park, and Pelican Point Park
The county has an excellent selection of golf courses from nine to 27 holes, all within a half hour drive of each other.
CAMROSE COUNTY ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS
Camrose County’s Living Heritage Program is a rural museum without walls. The program gathers regional historical data from ancient history to present day. Grab a cup of tea and surf the County’s Living Heritage website www.county.camrose.ab.ca/content/living-heritage-program. Read teaspoons of recollection and experiences of those in the County. This is an ever-evolving collection of stories, structures and adventure points — connecting people, places, and nature with history, geography, and the environment within Camrose County.
Make plans to attend Prairie Fun Days and you will get to see much of what the County offers in either a self-driving tour, or all aboard the Prairie Cruiseline and ride in style on a Coach Bus. Local food is available, and the chance to see the history of the region alongside the current technologically advanced world of modern farming.
The county has an excellent selection of golf courses from nine to 27 holes, all within a half hour drive of each other. Set up camp at one of these parks: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park at the north end of the County, Tillicum Park adjacent to Dried Meat Lake just southeast of the City of Camrose, and Pelican Point Park on the north shore of Buffalo Lake at the southern boundary of the County. Modern campgrounds near lakes create the perfect setting for spending time on the beach or canoeing, or just plain kicking back. Soak up the get-back-to-nature hospitality and create memories with your family. There are also numerous campsites in the hamlets and villages within the County. Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy fishing for Northern Pike at Buffalo Lake and Dried Meat Lake. In the heart of the County, you will find the Nature Conservation Center, a re-claimed gravel pit that has been transformed into a beautiful day use recreation area. A must to visit in the County!
Winter activities include opportunities for cross-country skiing on groomed trails at Miquelon Provincial Park; snowmobile rallies are held throughout the county; and outdoor skating is available at numerous village or hamlet skating rinks.