There is a lot to see in and around Camrose! Whether you are thrilled about hiking through our parks or want to discover the past of Camrose, you will find useful information on this page.
Go for a walk, have a picnic, or just enjoy the outdoors at one of the many parks in and around Camrose. View our detailed list of urban parks.
Use the Urban Parks Brochure, and take a walk through the scenic Camrose trail system.
Camrose Main Street Centre
Rediscover the past, and take a walk through Historic Downtown Camrose. Since 1999, the Camrose Main Street Project has been dedicated to restoring the store front facades to their original glory. For more information, call (780) 672-5191.
Camrose and District Centennial Museum
48th Ave. and 53 St.
With eight historic buildings and hundred of artifacts, The Centennial Museum
offers an interesting taste of old Camrose. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. The Museum is open from Victoria Day weekend to Labor Day weekend (winter months by appointment), Tuesday through Sunday. For more information on The Museum, call (780) 672-3298
Camrose Railway Station & Tea Room
Open from May through September, the Railway Museum
offers its visitors a window into the history of the railway. It features fascinating displays and fun activities. For more information, please call (780) 672-3099.
Overlooking the beautiful Mirror Lake, the Bill Fowler Centre located at 5402-48th Ave. in Camrose, provides information to Camrose visitors. For more information on the Centre, please call (780) 672-4217.