County of RURAL ROOTS & ROUTES
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Climb Thru Time Museum
The Vermilion River Region is home to the designated Alberta Historic Rescoure -- Grain Elevator -- converted to the Climb Thru Time Museum in Paradise Valley. It showcases a unique look at agriculture life. Definitely worth a visit when visiting the region!
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COUNTY OF VERMILION RIVER OFFICE
Address: 4912 50 Ave, Kitscoty, AB
Attractions & Events
Antique shops, gift stores, greenhouses, artisans, diners, and farm-gate fare lead the curious shopper on a cross-country treasure hunt. The County is proud to be home of Red Feather Ridge, a rustic, yet sophisticated retreat and conference centre. It's beautiful location is the perfect venue for weddings, anniversaries, and reunionswith a 160-seat dining room.
The Vermilion River Region hosts many professional events each summer, including the Lea Park Rodeo north of Marwayne, CPCA Chuckwagon Racing in Dewberry, Professional Bull Riding in Marwayne, and several fairs that highlight the region's agricultural and western roots. Be sure to have your photo taken with the World's Largest Chuckwagon located at the entrance to Dewberry. Stay for awhile at one of the beautifully treed sites at Dewberry Campground.
Go camping at the Lea Park Campground and play a round of golf on-site, located just 9 miles north of Marwayne. For a quiet afternoon, take a trip south of Highway 16 to picnic and bird-watch at Lindsay Evans Park. There are four other golf courses throughout the County of Vermilion River to challenge golfers of all skill levels. You'll also enjoy quiet relaxing camping at CampN RV in the County, near Lloydminster.
In winter, enjoy Mount Joy Snow Resort located southeast of Kitscoty, offering downhill skiing and snow board opportunities.