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When you enter Rosedale, it’s hard not to notice what a charming and diverse community it is. A five kilometer drive east from the Drumheller town center, Rosedale lies at the convergence of the Rosebud and Red Deer Rivers.
Once home to a variety of coal mines prior to the 1970s, Rosedale now features several historical sites, including a miner memorial. Rosedale is also home to the Star Mine Suspension Bridge, built in 1931 to connect the settlement with the coal mines on the opposite side of the Red Deer River.
Other draws of this serene community are an outdoor rink, the Rosedale Fire Hall, Paradise Grocery store, a campground, a saloon, and a bed and breakfast.
Spread out over a large area, Rosedale contains a wide variety of homes, some built as late as the 1990s. As some of the houses in Rosedale do not have water and/or sewer, be sure to ask a knowledgeable agent about properties in the area.
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