Highway 28Welcome to the Highway 28 Tour!
Go back 250 million years
and walk among life-sized prehistoric dinosaurs at Jurassic Forest just north of Gibbons.
Don your hat and jeans for some of the best local rodeos and bull-a-ramas around including the Great Canadian Hoe Down during the Lakeland Rodeo Finals in St. Paul.
At least 11 museums and interpretive centres await your visit including the Ft. George-Buckingham House, Victoria Settlement and Metis Crossing sites.
Hundreds of lakes, several Provincial Parks and Natural Areas. Catering to bird watchers to boaters; campers to fishermen; hikers to photographers.
Grab your clubs to challenge yourself on some of the area's more than nine beautiful golf courses.
Big Things Alberta
Get your photo taken beside the giant oil derrick, pumpkins, mushrooms, pyrogy, UFO landing pad, and historic statues honouring the RCMP and explorers Peter Fidler and Angus Shaw.
Highway 28 Communities
A Small Community with a Big Heart located 45 minutes northeast of Edmonton
Smoky Lake County
A beautiful area for outdoor recreation including great camping.
Lac La Biche County
Surrounded by wilderness, consisting of sandy beaches, boreal forest, and lakes.
St. Paul County
County campgrounds and the Iron Horse Trail wil satisfy the outdoor enthusiasts!
M.D. of Bonnyville
#TakeItToTheLake - start your discovery journey in exploring the Lakeland area.
City of Cold lake
Surrounded by natural beauty from its clear blue waters to the rugged forest backdrop.
Town of Bonnyville
Located just over two hours northeast of Edmonton, a bustling community.
Town of Gibbons
On the edge of the Sturgeon River, and the first stop on the Athabasca Landing Trail.
Town of Redwater
Surrounded by outdoor amenities, parklands and recreation opportunities.
Town of Smoky Lake
The pumpkin capital of Alberta and a beautiful area full of outdoor recreation
Town of Elk Point
Explore Fort George & Buckingham House interpretive centre.
Village of Waskatenau
45 minutes northeast of Edmonton, considered the Baseball Capital of Alberta.
Village of Vilna
A historic little boomtown with farms, lake resorts, and First Nations' reserves.
Village of Glendon
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand underneath a 25-foot tall Pyrogy?
Town of Bon Accord
The name is derived from the French phrase “Bon Accord”, the ancient motto of Aberdeen, Scotland, the ancestral home of the first settler.
Highway 28 ListingsExplore listings of businesses and experiences along HWY 28.