Highway 14 TourTake a journey along the Highway 14 route for exciting events throughout the year as well as some great markets, museums and much more! Read on for details.
EventsLots of fairs, festivals and rodeos happen along the Highway 14 route throughout the year. The Bruce Stampede is always a favourite, as is the Vikings in the Street Festival. Come by the Hills Music Festival in Wainwright continues to draw record numbers of attendees each year so make sure you check it out!
MuseumsOne of the most unique museums in our region is located in the little hamlet of Paradise Valley - the Paradise Valley Climb Through Time Museum. You'll want to make sure to make it out during the open season. 'From Tea Cups to Tractors' in Edgerton is another great museum to add to you must-visit list. The CREAM Museum tour has stops along the Highway 14 route as well; check it out!
Roadside AttractionsMiquelon Provincial Park, the Beaverhill Lake Nature Centre and Museum - home to numerous interpretive displays on the rich natural and cultural history of the area, and unique and historic town sites, like the historic downtown Wainwright area featuring the Memorial Clock Tower and the heritage business district with 1920's era buildings.
GolfingGolf enthusiasts will find numerous courses to challenge their skills along Highway 14. Among these are the Coal Creek Golf Resort near Ryley and Riverdale Mini Park near Wainwright. Add Edgerton Golf Course to your list as well.
CampingHead over to Black Nugget Lake Campground near Tofield for great camping and recreation. We've also got great camping in Edgerton, and Irma. And for those over the age of 50, check out the Blue Bird RV Park near Tofield. It's a haven for adults who are seeking quiet retreats in a natural environment, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
TrailsEnjoy a leisurely stroll through the walking trails of Tofield. Also check out the natural parks for hiking opportunities.
More Outdoor Attractions and AdventuresThere are many great parks, nature centres and other natural areas where you can head for prime bird watching and wildlife viewing.
ShoppingBusy 'B' Bargains in Tofield is a popular thrifting destination for the area and the Village Mercantile in Wainwright is fast becoming the premier collectibles and antiques destination in the entire region.
DiningFootloose Caboose is an amazing dining destination where you'll enjoy incredible dining in one of the most unique atmospheres in the entire region - a rail car! Craft brewing is fast becoming an industry in itself here in Alberta and you can visit and sample the award winning brews crafted right here in Edgerton at Ribstone Creek Brewery. The Bruce Hotel is famous for serving up their sell-out, buffet style dinners which have received critical acclaim by Alberta Venture as "Alberta's Best Barbecue" so you'll want to make sure to add this dining experience to your list of stops along Highway 14.
MarketsBeary Berry Honey is THE place to find not only the best local honey but also many incredible products handmade in small batches by the family who own and operate the business in Tofield. Stop in at Viking Meats for all of your fresh meats, deli, homemade sausages and wild game processing needs.
Beaver County is located only 30 minutes east of Edmonton on Highway 14.
Visit Beaver County...
Town of Tofield
Located 35 minutes east of Edmonton on Highway 14.
Village of Ryley
Located 50 minutes east of Edmonton on Highway 14.
Village of Holden
Located at the NE corner of Highway 14 & Highway 855 intersection.
Town of Viking
Located 1 1/2 hours east of Edmonton at the junction of Highways 14 & 36.
Hamlet of Kinsella
Located 150 km east of Edmonton on Highway 14.
Village of Irma
Just over 1 1/2 hours east of Edmonton located at the junction of Highways 14 & 881.
Town of Wainwright
Located at the junction of the Highway 41 & 14, 2 hours east of Edmonton.
Village of Edgerton
Located south of Hwy 14 and 25 minutes from Wainwright.
Village of Chauvin
Explore the rich history of Chauvin located 60 km east of Wainwright on Highway 610.