Elk Point - The Right Place To Be
We’re a small but mighty town with plenty of fun things to do, interesting places to visit and events throughout the year.
We’re home to the biggest and best Canada Day celebrations!From pancake breakfasts to carnival games, car smash to fireworks - our Canada Day events attract thousands of Canada-lovers ready to celebrate our beautiful country.
As part of the stunning Lakeland region, Elk Point is surrounded by the most breath-taking scenery imaginable. A true nature-lover’s paradise, we’re known for our trails, lakes, wildlife and outdoor hobbies. Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail is an absolute must-do for any visitor.
For history buffs, we’ve got provincial historic sites that can’t be missed, like the Fort George-Buckingham House. With so many great places to stay in Elk Point, we’re a fantastic base to explore the many attractions of the Lakeland region.
Things To Do
Looking for some fun things to do? There’s something for everyone in Elk Point:
Elk Point Golf and Country Club
Located 2km west of the Town of Elk Point on Sec Hwy 646. This renovated 9 hole golf course offers…
Camping – The park has two campgrounds. Ross Lake campground has 149 well-treed campsites, 18 of which are equipped with…
Stoney Lake Rodeo
Stoney Lake Stampede (dates to be announced) Free pancake breakfast Sunday morning 46 years of family entertainment …
Royal Canadian Legion Cenotaph
Designed by Elk Point Royal Canadian Legion and Herman Poulin Annual Ceremony, November 11 starting at 10:45AM WWII Soldier Statue.
RCMP Centennial Monument
Marks RCMP 100th Birthday, Designed and Painted by Ralph Kryvenchuck Prepared by Steve Shmyr.
Peter Fidler Statue
This statue, named after Peter Fidler, a Hudson Bay fur trader and surveyor, commemorates the bi-centennial of Elk Point in…
Iron Horse Trail
From rails to trails…Experience walking, wagon and cycling adventures as well as snowmobile, ATV and horseback riding on…
Places To Stay
Find the perfect place to stay during your visit to Elk Point:
Find the easiest way to get to the best places in Elk Point using our useful visitor maps.
Not only is our visitor centre full of useful information, it’s also eco-friendly!
Located on the Iron Horse Trail, the Elk Point Visitor Centre is partially powered by solar. Open mid-May through to September, you can get help and guidance on the best places to visit in our beautiful area.