Saddle Hills County

Located in northern Alberta, just 40 kilometers north of Grande Prairie and 500 kilometers northwest of Edmonton.

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.

You can also marvel at the geological wonders of the rim rock formations, where prehistoric fossils have been found, or relax on the beach or at the waterfall at Cotillion Park. If you’re looking for some family fun, you can visit the Saddle Hills County Slopes for sledding, the Savanna Splash Park for cooling off, or the local ice rinks for skating.

You can also attend the annual fairs and parades in Bonanza and Savanna, or the Music in the Park festival at Cotillion Park. For a more creative challenge, you can join the geocaching treasure hunt and discover hidden surprises designed by local artists. And if you’re a wildlife enthusiast or a hunter, you can spot or hunt elk and bears in the forests, or observe birds and animals at Jack Bird Pond. Don’t forget to stop by the beautiful greenhouses and farmers markets in the area, where you can buy or pick fresh produce and flowers, or find unique gifts and crafts.

Saddle Hills County Winter Do Not Miss List

Winter is a wonderful time to explore Saddle Hills County. The region has so much to offer for winter enthusiasts who love outdoor adventures, wildlife viewing, historical sites, or local events. You can enjoy cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, skating and more in this scenic and diverse region. Here are some of the winter do not miss list in Saddle Hills County that will make your trip memorable and enjoyable.

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If you love snow sports, you will be delighted by the opportunities in Saddle Hills County.


If you enjoy fishing or want to try something new, you should visit one of the many lakes in Saddle Hills County that offer ice fishing opportunities.


Snowmobiling is one of the most exciting and exhilarating ways to experience the winter wonderland of Saddle Hills County.


Winter skating is a fun and relaxing way to enjoy the beauty of Saddle Hills County.


Saddle Hills County has plenty of tasty choices to satisfy your hunger after a day of winter fun

Summer in Saddle Hills County – Do Not Miss

Saddle Hills County is one of Alberta’s best kept secrets when it comes to summer tourism. Situated in the Central Peace Region along the southern banks of the Peace River, it has something for everyone whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, culture, or wildlife. Plan Your Trip To Saddle Hills County Today!

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If you love nature and outdoor recreation, you will be spoiled for choice in Saddle Hills County. The county has four campgrounds that offer a peaceful rural retreat in some of northern Alberta’s most scenic landscapes.


Saddle Hills County is home to many beautiful greenhouses, open from early spring until late fall.


Geocaching is a fun activity that involves using GPS devices to find hidden containers called geocaches.


Saddle Hills County is an outdoor person’s paradise when it comes to wildlife.


If golfing is your game, you should visit Chinook Valley Golf Course in Woking.

Directory Listings

IN Saddle Hills County

    • Bonanza Ag Society  768x509

    Bonanza Ag Society

    • Cotillion Rock Hounding  768x512

    Cotillion Park

    • Fourth Creek  768x576

    Fourth Creek Campground

    • Moonshine Lake Dock  768x512

    Moonshine Lake

    • Rim Rocks Alberta  768x576

    Rim Rocks

    • 2019 Photo Contest dad and girl toboganning Laurie Sandboe 768x549

    Saddle Hills County Slopes Toboggan Hill

    • Savanna Splash Park  768x355

    Savanna Spray Park

    • Fishing  768x513

    Shell True North Pond

    • Spring Lake Campground Lake Fun  768x576

    Spring Lake Campground