TOWN OF BONNYVILLEIT'S MULTI-NATURAL
Bonnyville & District Museum
Travel back in time and experience the inspiring stories and diverse history of the Bonnyville District as you explore 13 buildings and picturesque 3-acre grounds. Open May through August.
Angus Shaw Statue
The massive statue reminds us of Shaw’s contributions to the development of Western Canada in the late 1700s.
BONNYVILLE & DISTRICT VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE
Address: Located on Hwy 28, Vezeau Beach Park.
Find Places to Stay In & Around Bonnyville.
C2 Centennial Centre
The Bonnyville & District Centennial Centre (C2) is a sports, fitness, recreation and entertainment complex, and the hub of the community.
Bonnyville Golf & Country Club
Bonnyville Golf & Country Club, located 5km southwest of Bonnyville on Highway 28, is a challenging 18 hole championship golf course that provides stunning views of Moose Lake and Chatwin Lake.
Attractions & Events
Be sure to stop at the Shaw House where the Bonnyville and District Chamber of Commerce (Bonnyville’s Accredited Visitor Information Provider) will support your discovery journey in exploring the Lakeland area. Plus provide great tips on local events and activities.
A statue of Angus Shaw, a late 1700s fur trader and explorer, stands guard at the Bonnyville & District Museum, where you can relive the adventures and witness the hardships of life in the fur trade. It also features the pioneering families of the area. Join them for their Canada Day Opening Ceremony event July 1 from 11-2 pm. Nearby, the Bonnyville & District Centennial Centre is a year-round hub for recreation, fitness, events and entertainment. Scheduled events taking place throughout the year are Bounce House Fun Day, Indoor Community Garage Sales, and Yuk Yuk’s Annual Comedy Night.
In June take in all of the action of the Bonnyville Pro Rodeo and the CPCA Chuckwagon Races. Enjoy the annual Gear Grabbers Classic Car Show in July. ‘It’s all about mud and music’ in Bonnyville in August with the four-day Extreme Mudfest – a mix of mud-racing and music. Don’t miss the awesome Drag Races in summer.
Nearby Jessie Lake is home to hundreds of shore and songbirds (including Great Blue Herons, cranes, ducks and eagles). Viewing platforms and a 10 km interpretive trail enrich your experience. Swing your clubs at the Bonnyville Golf & Country Club. Camp across the road at the Vezeau Beach Lakeside Campground.
#Takeittothelake in natures playground. Did you know the M.D. of Bonnyville operates 11 campgrounds in the Bonnyville and Cold Lake Region including Chicken Hill Lake, Moose Lake and Muriel Lake - all within 20 minutes of town, so bring your toys and enjoy some family fun.
In winter go ice fishing or snowmobile along Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail or the Bonnyville Snowdusters snowmobile trails.