All Places in ‘Communities & Municipalities’

  • Town of Fairview

    Heart of the Peace Fairview is proud to be recognized as the “Heart of the Peace”, not only because of its location at the centre of this vast region, but also because of the progressive support the community contributes to the development of business, industry, education, recreation and the many read more

  • Peace River

    Nestled within the majestic valley of the Peace River, the Town of Peace River enjoys one of the most beautiful physical settings in Alberta. The town is located 486 km north-west of Edmonton and 195 km north-east of Grande Prairie, the second largest center in north-western Alberta and functions as read more

  • Northern Sunrise County

    Natural, picturesque, pristine and inviting, Northern Sunrise County offers over 21,573 square kilometers of adventure and exploration. Located 485 km’s north of Edmonton and only a short drive south of Peace River, the County offers year-round rural experiences; farmers markets, museums, the Harmon Valley Rodeo, golf, camping, parks, and a read more

  • Nampa

    Located 30 km south of the Town of Peace River, the Village of Nampa is “A place close to the Heart” because the Heart River flows near the village. Nampa is a Cree word meaning “the Place”. The Nampa and District Pioneer Museum is open during the summer and serves read more

  • County of Northern Lights

    The County of Northern Lights is what “I am Canadian” is all about. Home to dense boreal forests, majestic rivers, and secret lakes, visitors can get closer to nature in the campgrounds, on the interpretive trails, or explore the communities of this pristine municipality. The serene campground at Notikewin Provincial read more

  • Manning

    When traveling in northern Alberta, and into the Northwest Territories, and even beyond, the journey is a large part, so enjoy it. And as you are enjoying it, you can “Take a Break” in the beautiful community of Manning, known as the “Land of the Mighty Moose”. As you enter read more

  • Hines Creek

    Home of the World’s Largest Railroad Spike! The Village of Hines Creek is nestled in the picturesque northwest corner of Alberta, 115 km west of Peace River and approximately 130 km east of Ft. St. John, British Columbia.  The Beaver Indian Band named two local creeks after a man of read more

  • Grimshaw

    The Town of Grimshaw, Mile 0 of the Mackenzie Highway, makes an excellent full ammenity base from which to plan daily adventures and sightseeing tours. It is minutes away from Lac Cardinal Pioneer Village Museum, Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park, the Shaftesbury Trail and Wilderness Park, with Highway 2 running through read more

  • Clear Hills County

    Located 630 kilometres north of Edmonton in the beautiful Peace Region of north western Alberta, along the British Columbia border, Clear Hills County has plenty to offer. The mighty Peace River, forming part of the southern boundary, and the Clear Hills to the north, are natural features that contribute to read more

  • Town of Spirit River

    Come Share Our Spirit! In 1888, the Hudson Bay Company began a cattle race four kilometres to the southeast on the banks of the Spirit River (from “Chepi Sepi” – Cree for ghost or Spirit River as recorded in the Fort Dunvegan Journal as early as 1854) to serve traders read more