Go Southeast on the Roadtrip Adventure Game – Your Guide to Sticker Stations & Much More!!

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Use this as your complete guide to areas Southeast of Edmonton on your 2024 Roadtrips!  Don’t forget to post your photos on social media with the hashtags #GoRoadtrips2024 and #GoEastofEdmonton. 

(Above photo by Zoe DeCnodder – Town of Daysland)

Highway 14 (Red Section)

Note: Hours to Sticker Stations are subject to change.

Village of Hay Lakes

Head southeast of Edmonton on Hwy 21 thirty minutes to the Village of Hay Lakes, where you will find attractions, shopping and outdoor activities. Hay Lakes offers quality family living for all ages, with businesses, school, senior’s activities and recreation facilities. Camp at the jewel of the community – Telegraph Park & Campground, located on the village boundary. This pristine 80-acre park has wonderful walking trails, a stocked fishing pond, and 25 camping sites.

Sticker Station: Hay Lakes Supermarket
8 Main St., Hay Lakes
Sun 11am – 6pm
Mon – Sat 9am – 7:30pm

Town of Tofield

Located just forty minutes southeast of Edmonton on Hwy 14, Tofield offers a diverse array of attractions. Begin your exploration at the Beaverhill Lake Nature Centre and Museum, boasting interactive displays highlighting the area’s natural and cultural heritage. Venture outdoors to enjoy the spray park, golfing at Coal Creek Golf Resort, or picnicking at scenic parks. Birdwatching enthusiasts will delight in the federally recognized bird sanctuaries around Beaverhill Lake. Camping options abound, including Tofield Campground, BlueBird RV Park. and Black Nugget Lake Park. Indulge in shopping at Busy B Bargains  or satisfy your sweet tooth at The Sour Moose. Cap off your day with a hearty meal at Uncle Roger’s, offering family dining and a sports lounge ambiance.

Sticker Station: The Sour Moose
5105 – 53 Ave Unit B, Tofield
Tues-Thu 10am-6pm
Fri 10am-7pm
Sat 10am-5pm
Sun 12pm-5pm
Closed Mondays


Beaver County

Head down Hwy 14 and take some time to explore Beaver County.  Coal Creek Golf Resort is an 18-hole course just across from Black Nugget Lake Campground.  The lake was developed out of a former coal mine.  Stretch your legs and enjoy the spacious treed sites or take in a scenic hike on one of the trails.  Camp Lake Park near Viking is the perfect place to enjoy water-skiing and spend the afternoon swimming or relaxing at one of the lakes’ two beaches.

Sticker Station:  Beaver County West- Black Nugget Lake Campground
49117 Rg Rd 182 (Southeast of Tofield)
Open Mon-Sat 10am-8pm
Sun 10am-6pm

Sticker Station:  Beaver County East – Camp Lake Park Campground
From Hwy 870 or 619 turn north on Rg Rd 112
Open Mon-Sat 10am-8pm
Sun 10am-6pm

Village of Holden

Once back onto Highway 14, drive a short distance to the Village of Holden.  The Holden Museum is a popular stop located east of the Mainstreet Cenotaph.  The Gallery is a venue for artisans of all kinds, including arts, crafts, and country decor to show their products.  Holden is proud to be home to the Beaver Regional Arts Society, which offers a variety of entertainment at the Paragon Theatre.  The Village Campground offers three 30-amp power sites, four un-serviced sites, and an overflow space all in a quiet, well-kept area.  Nearby, kids can enjoy the spray park.

Sticker Station: The Gallery
4916-49 Ave., Holden
Fri-Sun 12pm-4pm
Mon-Thu Sticker Dispenser

Town of Viking

Continuing along Hwy 14, Viking, approximately 20 minutes from Holden, stands out as the Sutter brothers’ hometown. Six NHL-playing siblings, often team captains, hail from here. Explore Viking Museum’s restored buildings, like a schoolhouse, log store, church, farmhouse, and hospital. Admire tools, vintage International tractors, and grab a map for a Viking’s civic pride and tour local gardens and streets. Don’t miss Viking Golf & Country Club, or extend your stay at Eastview Park Campground or Camp Lake Park for beach fun. Explore unique shops like Viking Meats for famous Viking Wieners or Java Blossom Flowers Ltd. for home decor and gifts over a coffee

Sticker Station: Viking Museum
5108 – 61 Ave., Viking (north end of main street)
June: Sat & Sun 10am-5pm; Mon-Fri Sticker Dispenser
July-Aug Daily 10am-5pm

Village of Irma

As you drive down Hwy 14, stop in the Village of Irma.  Visit the Irma Museum, a tiny Anglican church and a building that carries an impressive collection of over 400 antique lamps.  Go antique shopping while you’re exploring at Like It Never Was or find some unique gifts at Long Branch Trading Companywhere you can also enjoy lunch and the best coffee in town!  Make sure to give yourself time to browse the impressive collection at Irma Home & Garden Décor.

Sticker Station: Village Diner (& Convenience Store)
4906 – 49 Ave (Hwy14), Irma
Mon, Wed-Sun 8am-9pm
Closed Tuesdays

Town of Wainwright

Follow Hwy 14 for twenty minutes, to Wainwright, a town brimming with history and charming boutiques. Explore the downtown area, boasting restored heritage buildings filled with eateries featuring cuisine from around the globe. Discover unique shops like Walkn on Water for eclectic finds and Gibson’s Home Hardware for outdoor essentials. Capture memories at iconic spots like the colossal Buffalo Statue and the Battle River Train Trestle. Immerse yourself in prairie history at the Wainwright Museum, housed in a historic CNR train station. For active pursuits, the Peace Memorial Multiplex offers a range of facilities, from an indoor track to a climbing wall. The adjacent Communiplex houses an indoor swimming pool,  racquetball courts, as well as a performing arts theatre. Outdoorsy types can enjoy the Rotary Splash Park and various parks for leisure or water activities. With camping options aplenty and cozy accommodations extend your stay to fully savor Wainwright’s charm.

Sticker Station: Cornerstone Co-op Home and Agro Centre
1545 – 15 Ave, Wainwright
Mon-Sat 8am-6pm
Sun 9am-5pm

Highway 13 (Green Section)

City of Camrose

Just a short drive from Hay Lakes or an hour southeast of Edmonton lies the City of Camrose. Downtown Camrose offers an array of experiences, from unique shopping at Twig Boutique and  From Kicks to Kids. Venture further to Buckskins Emporium for more one-of-a-kind finds. Feeling hungry? The Lefse House beckons with Scandinavian treats, while The Sweeterie  satisfies yor sweet tooth. Relax at Fox & Fable Book & Game Cafe and try one of their 200+ games. Outdoorsy types will love Mirror Lake Park, enjoy 38 km of walking trails that wind through Stoney Creek Valley. Bring your canoe or kayak and paddle through Valleyview Pond, Duggan Pond, and Cascades Pond.  Golf enthusiasts can tee off at Camrose Golf Course. Thirsty? Explore Camrose’s brewing and distillery scene. Camrose RV Park welcomes travelers, while top-rated hotels provide comfortable accommodations.

Sticker Station: Visitor Centre
5402-48 Ave., Camrose
Mon-Fri 8:30am-7pm
Sat & Sun 10am-5:30pm

Camrose County

Continue your journey through the picturesque Camrose area, renowned for its agrarian charm. Marvel at the panoramic rolling hills and vibrant grain fields dotting the landscape. Capture these moments and share them on social media using our hashtags for a chance to win enticing monthly prizes. Venture south to Cherry Lane B&B, offering a blend of comforts including a quaint café, RV camping, and rejuvenating retreats. Golf enthusiasts rejoice in the array of courses within a short drive, such as the scenic Miquelon Hills Golf Course. Experience family fun at Double Dam Golf Course and Campground , offering a plethora of summer activities. Choose from various campgrounds like Silver Creek Golf & RV Resort, Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Tillicum Park, and Pelican Point Park. Delight in Camrose County’s rich culinary scene showcased in the Food Artisans guide, featuring local gems like Irvings Farm Fresh.

Sticker Station: Cherry Lane B&B & Café
19312 Twp Rd 440
(off Hwy 56)
Thurs-Sat 11am-4pm; 5pm-9pm
Sun 11am-2pm
Mon to Wed Sticker Dispenser

Town of Daysland

Just half an hour east of Camrose is the community of Daysland. The Town of Daysland is home to the historic Palace Theatre, built in 1952 and located on main street. Visit the DaysArt website to view the schedule of live performances.  For the outdoor enthusiast, experience beauty through the 3.5 km Crocus Trail. Look for the purple Crocus Trail flags around town to gain access to this hidden gem. Stay at the Edgerton Day Campground or stay and play at the Daysland Golf Course Campground. Looking for a unique gift, home décor or flowers? Be sure to stop and shop at the Rusty Daisy Gift Co. If you are visiting on Monday, Wednesday or Friday, Rusty Daisy will also have fresh baking to tempt your tastebuds!

Sticker Station: Daysland Golf Club
5538-50 St., Daysland
Open daily until 9pm

Village of Forestburg

Head south of Daysland to the Village of Forestburg, rich in agriculture and history. There are plenty of opportunities to step back in time. Visit the Forestburg Museum, a 1927 Masonic Temple. South of town, you will find the Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site – Canada’s only surface coal mining museum, home to one of the largest mobile mining land machines made from riveted construction in 1927. Immerse yourself in a historic experience through a Battle River Train Excursions, brought to you by the Friends of the Battle River Railway. Check their website at www.battlerivertrain.com for more information about their unique excursions and private charters. Coutts Home Hardware is a one-stop shop for all your hardware, camping and household needs. Play a round of golf and book your camping spot at the Forestburg Golf & RV Park.

Sticker Station: Forestburg Golf Club
5401-50 Ave, Forestburg
Open daily until 9pm


Town of Killam

Back on Hwy 13, Killam is approximately 1.5 hours from Edmonton. This thriving community has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. In addition to hosting events and activities, Killam Agriplex features an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, fitness room and concession. It is also home to the Parents for Fun in Flagstaff Family Resource Centre featuring an indoor playground that will not disappoint! Travelling families are welcome to drop-in. Centennial Park and Heritage Park offer playgrounds, sport areas, ball diamonds, horseshoe pits, as well as a bike and skateboard park. You will also love the 2.5 km of paved trails that wind through town. Shop at Budding Ideas Flowers & Gifts for flowers, gifts or unique home décor. Guardian Drugs also offers plenty of shopping in their 11,000 square foot store. Stay at the Wagon Wheel Motel or camp at Heritage Park.

Sticker Station: Wild Rose Co-op Grocery
5026-50 St., Killam
Mon-Fri 8am-8pm
Sat-Sun 8am-6pm

Town of Sedgewick

Nestled east of Killam on Highway 13 lies a charming community waiting to be explored. Whether you’re a foodie, a shopper, or an outdoor enthusiast, Sedgewick has something for you. Indulge your taste buds at the Wooden Spoon Café, where local flavors shine. For unique finds and essentials, Jodi’s Pantry offers a delightful shopping experience. Extend your stay amidst nature’s beauty at Sedgewick Lake Park Campground, where tranquility and adventure await. Sedgewick invites you to discover its hidden gems and create unforgettable memories in this vibrant locale.

Sticker Station: Sedgewick Golf Course
5400 – 50 St., Sedgewick
Open daily 8am-6pm


Town of Hardisty

Located just 30 minutes southeast of Killam, Hardisty beckons with its picturesque landscapes and vibrant community spirit. Embracing the slogan “More Than You Imagine,” the town offers a plethora of outdoor activities and events. Indulge in a selection of beverages at Lakeview Liquor Store or explore the charming offerings at Rustic Stars, a must-visit country gift shop. Hardisty stands as a vital part of Alberta’s Energy sector, boasting the impressive Tank Farm industrial development. Dive into the local culture with the annual rodeo hosted by the Hardisty Rodeo Association, renowned in the area for its excitement. Keep updated on events through the Town’s website . Experience the natural beauty firsthand at Hardisty Lake Park’s campground and public beach, perfect for both campers and day visitors. Don’t miss the chance to tee off at the hidden gem of Lakeview Golf Course, also home to the Roadtrip Adventure Game sticker station.

Sticker Station: Hardisty Lakeview Golf Course
4807-49 St., Hardisty
Open daily until 9pm


Town of Provost

Nestled 3 hours southeast of Edmonton near the Saskatchewan border, Provost beckons with its small-town allure. Indulge at the Blended Pub & Grill, savoring locally sourced delights. Shop for treasures at Cazes Gift Shop, brimming with unique finds. Rest easy at the Canalta Hotel, offering modern comforts and warm hospitality. Beyond, scenic drives unveil picturesque landscapes, while the Provost & District Museum showcases regional heritage. With its welcoming atmosphere and abundant charm, Provost is a wonderful Alberta experience.


Sticker Station: Visitor Information Centre
4804 – 57 Ave, Provost
Thu-Mon 10am-6pm
Town Office
4904 – 51 Ave, Provost
Tue-Wed 8:30am-4:30pm

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