Town of Two Hills
The Town of Two Hills, located 1.5 hours east of Edmonton, is a welcoming multi-cultural community. Once settled by European pioneers, it is now home to many Mennonite families who have emigrated from Mexico, bringing a distinctive Mexican flair to local dining and shopping establishments.
TWO HILLS Attractions & Events
Pioneer Park in Two Hills features a bronze statue of local pioneers, Mr. and Mrs. Dowhaniuk, commemorating 100 years of Ukrainian settlement. The Two Hills Historical Society outdoor museum along Highway 36 features a display and items used by the pioneers of the area. Around town you can enjoy the sports facilities, several playgrounds, arena, new recreation centre, and a youth centre.
The popular Agri-Day & Tradeshow runs in April at Two Hills Centennial Hall. The Wayside Fallen Riders Memorial Park located along Highway 45 near town hosts the Wayside Bike Blessing in May. Go bargain hunting at the Community Wide Garage Sale in June. Come July, bikers roll into town for the Run to the Hills Rally.
Located on the west side of Two Hills, is the picturesque and challenging Lions Golf & Country Club. This is a very-well designed rolling links-style course with challenging narrow fairways, strategic hazards and noticeable beauty. If you love to go fishing, the Two Hills Fish & Game Association has a stocked trout pond and picnic area on the south side of town. Across the road you can camp at DM Geleta Park, or pick up some fabulous fried chicken at Pizza & Wings and enjoy a picnic at the park.