Things to do on a fall day In Central Alberta.

There is so much to see and do in Central Alberta in any season.  Recently I had an opportunity to take some time off with a few friends and enjoy a round of golf.  Sure there was a frost delay as there are in many areas across Canada this time of year, but it was worth it.  One of the joys of golfing is enjoying the outdoors, and taking in the scenic views of a well cared for course.  Another is by the end of the season we generally have an improved game from the spring.

We drove south from Red Deer through Penhold, and onto Innisfail.  The Innisfail Golf Course is one that is always well cared for, and offers some spectacular views no matter the season, and a fun yet challenging round of golf.  If you are visiting or new to the area and haven't had the pleasure of visiting Innisfail and the golf course I encourage you to do so, I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I do.

Often Red Deer is the focus of attention and spotlight in Central Alberta.  Deservedly so, as it is the third largest city in Alberta.  However, one of the great things about living and enjoying Red Deer is the number of neighboring communities that add to year round enjoyment.  Innisfail is quite smaller than Red Deer but offers a lot of charm, and access to some fantastic facilities, and affordable fun.  Located south of Red Deer by approx 25 km, the short drive down 2A or the QE2 and your at the access to a premier golf course, and a gateway to Lake Glennifer, and the West country.  The town boasts a curling rink, twin ice arena, indoor swimming pool, baseball diamonds, a bowling alley, ski hill, hiking trails, cross-country ski trails, 12 horseshoe pits, 3 asphalt tennis courts, and of course a fantastic golf course.

Be sure to take a tour around Central Alberta, and you'll find a community that has much to offer.  Check back here from time to time as will continue to share some of Central Alberta's jewels and more reasons why I love to call Central Alberta home.

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