Located in the Municipal District of Smoky River, Falher is located on Highway 43, approximately 430km north of Edmonton.
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. This welcoming town has great shopping, restaurants, a fitness center, a pool, and a recreation center, and in the heart of the community is a giant bee that represents Falher’s designation as the “Honey Capital of Canada.”
The Falher region is well known for producing delicious honey. At one time, Falher produced 10% of Canada’s honey, and one of the most anticipated events of the year is the annual Honey Festival. The celebration of the region’s delicious honey and rich history brings people from all over the area to take in the festivities. So bring your camper and stay the weekend at the Falher Municipal Campground. If you are looking for a play park for the kids that will keep them smiling for hours, you need to check out the Honey Capital Park and Richardson Pioneer Spray Park. The kids will play for hours on the four-story “beehive” play structure, a 27-foot slide, toddler park and a splash park. There are lots of great places to enjoy the outdoors in Falher, and they also have baseball diamonds, a running track, soccer area, a walking trail, and “Friendship Hill” for tobogganing.
Town of Falher Summer Do Not Miss List
This welcoming town has excellent shopping, restaurants, a fitness center, a pool, and a recreation center, and in the heart of the community is a giant bee that represents Falher’s designation as the “Honey Capital of Canada.”
1. Honey Festival
If you’ve never been to the Honey Festival, you are missing out!
2. Honey Capital Park & Richardson Splash Park
This park is literally paradise for kids. The Honey Capital Park and Richardson Splash Park has a four-story beehive structure with a 27-foot slide, swings, a toddler park, soccer nets, tons of green space, and a water spray park.
3. Shop and Eat
Be prepared to be wowed by the terrific shops and restaurants that line the streets of this fabulous community.
4. World’s Largest Bee
Located in the heart of the community at Bee Park is the World’s Largest Bee, which proudly sits approximately 20 feet in the air.
5. Falher Municipal Campground
This cozy and picturesque campsite conveniently located on highway 49 coming into town offers more than a great place to camp.
Town of Falher Winter Do Not Miss List
Falher is an easy-going place to enjoy winter’s outdoor comfort. Visit the World’s Largest Bee, take a winter walk, go tobogganing or tie up the skates; there’s an abundance of ways to enjoy this wonderful community designated as the “Honey Capital of Canada.”
1. Honey Capital Park
Check out the Honey Capital Park in Falher – you won’t BEE disappointed.
2. World’s Largest Bee
The day would not be complete without a visit to the World’s Largest Bee, located in downtown Falher.
3. Winter Walk/ Snowshoe Trail at the Falher Municipal Campground
This cozy and picturesque campground area is a beautiful place to spend some time on a winter day.
4. Tobogganing at the Falher Friendship Hill Park
There’s nothing like the thrill of speeding down the toboggan hill on a nice winter day.
5. On the Ice
Skating and Shinny: Lace-up your skates and head over to the Falher Regional Recreation Complex.
Curling: Learn to curl on Friday nights in Falher.
The Best Of Town of Falher
Kid-friendly spots in the Mighty Peace
The Mighty Peace region has some of the most awe-inspiring terrain in Northern Alberta and we are known for our recreational activities and family friendly attractions.
IN Town of Falher