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Central Alberta

Central Alberta

Central Alberta is bordered by the Canadian Rockies in the west, Southern Alberta and the Calgary Region to the south, Saskatchewan to the east and Northern Alberta to the north. It completely surrounds the Edmonton Capital Region.

The North Saskatchewan River crosses the region from west to east. Other rivers traversing the area are Red Deer River, Battle River, Athabasca River, Pembina River, Brazeau River, Beaver River.

Tourist attractions in the region include: Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions, the Canadian Petroleum Discovery Centre in Leduc, Discovery Wildlife Park, Kerry Wood Nature Centre and Gaetz Lake Sanctuary in Red Deer, Nordegg Heritage Centre and Mine Site, Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site, Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Wild Rapids Waterslides and Stephannson House Provincial Historic Site near Sylvan Lake.[1]

Regional and National parks include Elk Island National Park, William A. Switzer Provincial Park, Sylvan Lake Provincial Park, Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park, Big Knife Provincial Park, Pigeon Lake Provincial Park.

A series of roadside attractions known as the Giants of the Prairies can be found in Central Alberta. Large mushrooms in Vilna, giant Perogy (Ukrainian dumpling) in Glendon, huge Kubasa (Ukrainian garlic sausage) in Mundare, large Pysanka (Ukrainian easter egg) in Vegreville, an UFO Landing Pad in St. Paul and a giant duck in Andrew.



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Alberta Central Alberta Cities List

Cold Lake

Cold Lake
Cold Lake is home to Canada’s largest air force base, an active oil industry, a booming retail trade and year-round tourism industry. We offer a wide range of commercial, rec ..read more

Drayton Valley

Drayton Valley
Drayton Valley is a vibrant and progressive community of about 6,000 people, located in Brazeau County, about 130 km southwest of Edmonton, Alberta's capital city. The town is situ ..read more

Edmonton

Edmonton
Welcome to Edmonton! Our vibrant prairie city is located near the centre of the province of Alberta in western Canada, and is the provincial capital. The municipality of Edmonton i ..read more

Lacombe

Lacombe
Situated in the heart of the Alberta Parkland, this vibrant community offers an abundance of opportunities for golfing, fishing, sightseeing, photography, bird watching and shoppin ..read more

Leduc

Leduc
The City of Leduc is a vibrant and thriving community perfect for raising a family and for pursuing business opportunities.  The City boasts a state of the art Protective Serv ..read more

Red Deer

Red Deer
The City of Red Deer is centrally located between the two major cities of Calgary and Edmonton. Red Deer's central location, growing economy and competitive advantage are fast maki ..read more

Smoky Lake

Smoky Lake
We are proud to be the Pumpkin Capital of Alberta and the Western Gateway to the Iron Horse Trail. When traveling along Highway 28, the view of Smoky Lake nestled in the valley is ..read more

Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake
Sylvan Lake - A Town For All Seasons, Sylvan Lake is situated in Central Alberta, midway between Alberta's largest cities, Edmonton and Calgary, and is the gateway to the Beautiful ..read more

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