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Explore Alberta: The County of St. Paul

An outdoor recreation hotspot, the County of St. Paul provides ample opportunity to explore our region.  Find your adventure here in our region — whether you’re geocaching, taking a multi-day trip down Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail, or exploring the  attractions found in our region.


We’re one of the only Alberta counties to allow for back road access for off-highway vehicles.


Alberta's Iron Horse Trail

From side-by-sides to snowmobiles. We offer recreation options for all types of off-highway vehicles.


Alberta's Iron Horse Trail

Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail is the longest completed section of the Trans-Canada Trail in Alberta. This 300 km trail is open year-round for residents and tourists alike to enjoy and explore.

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Museum & Historic Sites

Our museums, although quaint, are a perfect nod to our history and heritage.  We are also proud of the indigenous heritage of our region and
the indigenous communities we are proud to call our neighbours. 

Also see the Fort George & Buckingham House, the Historic Heinsburg Water Tower, the Peter Fidler Statue at Elk Point,
and the St. Paul Historical Museum.

Mallaig & District Museum

Check out the local history!  A small museum housed in a donated church and displaying over 4,000 items in the collection.  Grassy Island School, old farm equipment and more!

Closed for the season


Frog Lake National Historic Site

A deep look at Indigenous history in our region.

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Ferguson Flats

A region of land of historical importance.

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