Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation
- The Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation is located at 2124 16th Ave in Coaldale, Alberta.
- The Alberta Centre is Canada’s largest birds of prey facility.
- Situated on a 70-acre wetland area site our centre is a celebration of nature featuring the hawks, falcons, eagles and owls of Alberta.
- They are open from May to September (check their website for Hours of Operation).
- Website: http://www.burrowingowl.com
Coyote Flats Pioneer Village
- The Village is located approximately one mile south of the Town of Picture Butte (Highway 843).
- Formerly known as Prairie Tractor and Engine Society.
- Members of the Village have restored all the buildings and machines.
- The Village has over 100 machines on display consisting of antique tractors, combines, binders, threshers and numerous kinds of beet and cultivating equipment.
- The Threshing Show and Parade of Power is usually held the third weekend of August.
- Website: https://coyoteflats.org
Gem of the West Museum
- The Museum is located in the old Mennonite Brethren Congregation church on Highway 845, two blocks north of Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale, Alberta.
- The Museum features displays on various cultures that make up the region over the past 100 years.
- Website: http://www.gemofthewest.ca
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GemOfTheWestMuseum
- Heart’s Haven Ranch: http://www.heartshavenranch.ca
- Serenity Equestrian: http://www.serenityequestrian.com/
Keho Lake Windsurfing
- This is a windsurfing and kiteboarding beach and is open to the public.
- Amenities include: camping (no charge), fire pit and outhouse.
- There are 4 sites at Keho:
- Kite Beach
- Kite Ranch
- Speed Site
- For more information on windsport related activities in the area, see links:
- Force Ten Boardsailing Club no longer Leases any sites. We do, however maintain Kehokipa and other north shore launch sites (Kite Beach, Graineries), acting as stewards in co-operation with Alberta Environment.
- The Lethbridge Cornmaze is north of Park Lake in Lethbridge County
- Puzzle your way through this life-size corn maze. It takes from 20 minutes to 2 hours to solve the corn maze.
- Amenities include: corn maze (including child-sized haybale maze), pre-picked produce (corn, currants (red and black), pumpkins, saskatoons, strawberries, pumpkins), snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, tractor-pulled hay rides and a petting zoo
- Check their website for Location, Prices and Hours of Operation.
- Website: http://www.lethbridgecornmaze.com/index.html
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lethbridgecornmaze