Birch Hills County
Birch Hills County offers a variety of attractions and activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway or an adventurous experience, Birch Hills County has something for you in every season.
Saddle Hills County
Saddle Hills County is a place where you can experience nature, culture, and adventure in every season. Whether you want to camp by the serene Spring Lake or Hilltop Lake, ﬁsh for trout in the winter or summer, boat on the mighty Peace River at Cotillion Park, or hike and bike along the trails that surround the lakes and forests, you will ﬁnd plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.
MD Smoky River
This vibrant region spans nearly 712,404 acres in the Peace County and includes the communities of Falher, McLennan, Girouxville, Jean Cote, Guy, and Donnelly.
Village of Girouxville
Located in the Smoky River Region, the Village of Girouville is an absolutely charming community and a must-visit this winter. Expect to feel completely welcomed in this quiet francophone community located west of Falher where you can explore, bowl,
Woodland Cree First Nation
85 km northeast of Peace River, 500km northwest of Edmonton on highway 986. There is no shortage of natural beauty, peace, and tranquillity to be experienced at Woodland Cree First Nation. Visitors can expect to be mesmerized by the dense and lush forest spanning this breathtaking region.
Town of Falher
The Town of Falher is a buzzing little community with tons to see, do and enjoy. Whether you come for a day trip or the weekend, you will have tons to see, do and enjoy.
Known as the “Bird Capital of Canada”, McLennan is a nature lover’s dream. With the Kimiwan Lake Campground, Interpretive Centre and Bird Walk nearby, visitors can hit up the walking trails, do some bird watching or cast their lines.
M.D. of Fairview No. 136
Straddling the north shores of the Peace River, the picturesque Municipal District of Fairview welcomes visitors from the south with gorgeous views of the Peace River Valley while crossing the Dunvegan Bridge.
M.D. of Peace No. 135
Picture rolling hills, idyllic lakes, and scenic vistas, all bounded on the southern edge by the Mighty Peace herself, and you’ve got the M.D. of Peace — an ideal place for a northern getaway.
Clear Hills County
Clear Hills County is home to several small communities, including Bear Canyon, Cleardale, Worsley, and Hines Creek, among others, with miles of untouched wilderness between them — ideal for those who love experiencing unspoiled nature.
You know that saying about good things coming in small packages? If the package were a town, that town would be Grimshaw. This community has a fun surprise around every corner, from Almyra’s high-fashion boutique to amazing gift shops
Hines Creek is a small community with a huge heart. Named for a respected fur buyer, Jack Hines, by the local First Nations, the village does its namesake proud with its friendly, welcoming, and supportive culture.
County of Northern Lights
Stretching north along the Peace River from just north of the Town through miles of prairies and boreal forest, the County of Northern Lights has a vast selection of offerings for travellers. From provincial parks and lakes to local museums.
If you’re looking to stay in an iconic small town with close connections to the farming community, Nampa is for you.
Northern Sunrise County
Northern Sunrise County is a history buff’s dream. Its Indigenous population has inhabited the area for millennia, the early Europeans set up a fur trading post at what is now the Town of Peace River, and a wave of pioneering settlers soon followed.
Nestled into the spectacular Peace River Valley, the Town of Peace River can be enjoyed in any season, no matter your yen. Enjoy magnificent views from several lookout points.
Town of Fairview
Known as “The Heart of the Peace” because of its location in the centre of the Mighty Peace Region, the forward-thinking community of Fairview offers fantastic recreational amenities for sports enthusiasts, families, and nature lovers alike.
The Hamlet of St. Isidore was established after WWII by ten francophone families from Québec, and the area is still home to a thriving francophone culture.