Explore breathtaking natural areas, and endless pathway networks in the Lacombe Region

WAYS TO HIKE, BIKE, RUN, WALK AND PLAY THIS SUMMER!

The natural beauty of Central Alberta is highlighted best 20 minutes north of the City of Red Deer in the Lacombe Region as it offers multiple natural hiking areas that are easy to navigate and welcoming to beginners. The beaches and lakes of the region make for an easy family day trip with many offering amenities like picnic tables, public washrooms and bbq pits. The trail networks between the communities of the region allow for even the most novice explorer to have an adventure and discover why the Lacombe region is worth visiting time and time again.    

Sandy point lighthouse
Experience

Sandy Point Beach

Located on the west side of Gull Lake the Sandy Point Beach includes a large public beach complete with washroom and shower facilities as well as a public boat launch, sand volleyball courts, and a playground. Dogs are required to be on a leash at this location. Map

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Nova Chemicals Nature Trails
Experience

NOVA Chemicals Community Nature Trail and the Joffre Outdoor Rink

The land of the NOVA Chemicals Community Nature Trail has never been tilled for agricultural use and vegetation includes native grasses, willow, bush, poplar and aspen stands. The area also supports wetlands and has natural drainage channels to Jones Creek. The wetlands and vegetation offer a great habitat for birds and other wildlife. The new stormwater management

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Tees Trout Pond
Explore

Tees Trout Pond

The Tees pond is a stream fed, stocked trout pond, that includes a day use area with parking, a bathroom, picnic tables and park benches. Map

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EXPLORE

Lacombe’s beautiful surrounds make the perfect backdrop for birding, geocaching, hiking, cross-country skiing, skating, cycling and so much more!

TransCanada Trail

Experience the joy of cycling in Central Alberta

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