Town of Sedgewick1.5 hours east of Edmonton on Highway 13.
LIVE. WORK. PLAY. GROW WITH US!
The Town of Sedgewick is an engaging, dynamic community welcoming families and businesses. Located just east of Killam along Hwy 13, the town offers many services and activities.
Sedgewick Archives and Museum
Visit the Sedgewick Archives & Museum - a provincial historic site, built in 1906 as a former merchant bank.
Office Address: 4818 - 47 St
ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS
Visit the Sedgewick Archives & Museum - a provincial historic site, built in 1906 as a former merchant bank. The Wild Rose Co-op Recreation Centre hosts many community activities and events, such as curling, skating, hockey, bowling, baseball, football, lacrosse, the Ag Society’s rodeos, rock concerts, festivals and more.
Sedgewick Community Hall hosts monthly community events including Flagstaff Players performances, and hosts the July 1 Canada Day breakfast. The Sedgewick Ag Society organizes an array of sporting events including a Cutter Rally, Snowmobile/Quad rally in February, and Chuckwagon Races end of June. In August, don’t miss Gathering of the Clans – a full day of Scottish Celebrations.
Sedgewick Lake Park is a popular camping, picnicking and bird-watching destination with 59 well-manicured sites, an outdoor wading pool and a spray park. It’s great for family gatherings and reunions. You can also enjoy the weekly Lakeside Market throughout the summer on Saturdays. Within walking distance of the park is the Sedgewick Golf Course. Enjoy the licensed clubhouse after a round of golf.
The Flagstaff Regional Airport is ideal for flying enthusiasts with a courtesy vehicle available.
Sedgewick has a delightful variety of places to feast. Treat yourself for lunch and something sweet at The Wooden Spoon Café and Cakeshop. Enjoy the newly opened family dining restaurant, Barrio Cusina–aka ‘small town kitchen’. This new dining option offers buffet days and specializes in Filipino, Nigerian and Western cuisine. Savour Sedgewick!