From the heart of the Canadian Badlands to the waters of Lake Newell and the mighty Bow and Red Deer Rivers, this region’s history ranges from the time of the dinosaurs in Dinosaur Provincial Park to the coming of the pioneers and railroad construction!

Newell is Located 2 hours south of Calgary


Home Of the biggest man made Lake in Alberta


Location of the Brooks Aqueduct built in 1910


Grows 80% of Canada’s Alfalfa Seed crop

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If you enjoy boating, swimming, fishing, sailing or bird watching there is a place for you here. We also boast a wide variety of historic and educational sites and a multitude of recreational attractions and events.

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