Spend Some Time by the River!

Blackfalds, a fast growing community with a population of 7,858, is nestled halfway between Red Deer and Lacombe in Central Alberta. The ten minute commute in either direction provides the residents of Blackfalds, not only a short drive to a wide range of employment opportunities and post-secondary educational institutions, but to regional scale shopping outlets and entertainment.

Approximately 1 km southeast of Blackfalds on Highway 2A and Highway 597 is Burbank Park Hall and Campground. This campsite, hall and park overlook the junction of the Red Deer River and Blindman River. Amenities include a baseball diamond, a basketball court, horseshoe pits, canoe facilities, fish cleaning station, a playground, picnic tables, firewood for purchase, a public phone, shower facilities, flush toilets and more. Group camping areas are even available! This serene location would be a perfect place to immerse yourself in nature!  For more information visit their facebook page.

Affordable housing, a quiet place to live, new recreational facilities, plus ample business opportunities and close proximity to major transportation routes will continue to increase the population and economy making it easy to say that, indeed, Blackfalds is...”A Nice Place to Grow!”

Watch for a new listing near Burbank Park Hall and Campground at 27111 Highway 597 #325, Blackfalds, Alberta coming soon.

Ever been to this great area or do you spend time in another amazing place like this? I’d love to hear your favourite places in Central Alberta!

Look at that view!  Image courtesy of the Burbank Park Campground Facebook Page.

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