Village of MarwayneLIFE FROM ALL ANGLES
Professional Bull Riding
Edgerton & Community Golf Course is one of the best nine-hole grass green courses for miles around. The course features impeccably groomed grass greens and beautifully treed fairways.
Village of Marwayne Office
Office Address: 210 - 2nd Ave., Marwayne, Alberta
Attractions & Events
Marwayne is honoured to have two businesses that have been granted Municipal Historic Distinction. One being The Historic Marwayne Hotel built in 1926 (which we have been told by some may be haunted) and the second one is No Need to Nock, a café, gift and clothing store which is located in the historic stone building on Railway Avenue. Marwayne is proud of its volunteers and strong community-minded citizens, and aims to provide quality services to both residents and visitors alike. Enjoy the many sporting events, dances and activities that take place at the hall, arena, curling rink and in the downtown core.
Their ongoing yearly events include the indoor Professional Bull Riding; the town Community-Wide Garage Sale and Treasure Hunt; the Marwayne Rodeo Street Dance; the Fall Fair, and the Light Up Marwayne & Christmas Tradeshow.
Eat, Shop & Stay
The Marwayne Chamber of Commerce Campground is located at the end of Centre street by the Arena and Community Hall. The Campground offers full-service camping sites with power, washroom & shower facilities, WiFi and a dumping station.
Take a short 10 minute drive north of Marwayne on Highway 897 to find exciting events and scenic views at Lea Park. Enjoy the Lea Park Professional Rodeo and Lea Park Jamboree in June. Make sure you take the drive to the top of Snake Hill and take in a spectacular view of the North Saskatchewan River, Lea Park Raven Golf Course, and overlooking the Lea Park Campground and Rodeo Grounds. It’s a great place for a family reunion or to just stay the weekend. At Lea Park Jubilee Regional Campground, enjoy free WiFi, full-service camping sites with power, washroom & shower facilities, or stay in a camping cabin. Try your luck at fishing on the North Saskatchewan River, take in a game of golf, or leisurely traverse the numerous trails in the area.