Visiting

The County Of Wetaskiwin No. 10 is a thriving municipality located south of Edmonton, on the Highway 2 corridor. The County stretches from Bittern Lake on the east boundary to the Alder Flats area in the west, and covers an area of 337,912 hectares and has a population of approximately 11,181 people.

Economic Activities


The main economic activities in the region include oil and gas production, cereal grain and livestock production, as well as activities in the construction, service, transportation and retail industries.
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Recreation
Visitors and residents are offered a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities that appeal to enthusiasts of every kind including:
  • Lakes, trails, antiques, eating establishments, retail shops, arts and crafts, museums, greenhouses, and much more
  • Libraries, art exhibitions, festivals, agricultural shows and events, and concerts
  • Sports including golf, fishing, tennis, horseback riding, boating, hiking, baseball, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, curling, hockey, fitness, soccer
  • A broad range of recreational and leisure programming
  • Local clubs and organizations address a myriad of interest and needs, including 4-H, gymkhana, riding clubs, minor hockey and baseball, figure skating, school bands, girl guides and boy scouts clubs
Whether you plan to stay for a day, a week or a lifetime, the County of Wetaskiwin welcomes you and will continue to provide strong proactive leadership and safe progressive communities.