St. Paul

St. Paul is a small town in Alberta, Canada, located northeast of Edmonton. It is known for its friendly people, its rich agricultural history, and its abundance of outdoor activities.

St. Paul, Alberta is a small city located in the Alberta Heartland region, about halfway between Edmonton and Lloydminster. It is known for its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and for its many attractions and activities.

One of the best ways to experience St. Paul is to visit its vibrant downtown core, which offers a variety of stores and restaurants. Take a stroll down Main Street and explore the unique boutiques and shops, or take a break and enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants.

If you're looking for a unique outdoor experience, explore St. Paul's nearby lakes and trails. Take a leisurely canoe ride on Whitford Lake, or bike or hike along the trails in the Lakeland Provincial Park. You can also go bird watching, fishing, or explore the nearby forests.

The city of St. Paul also hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year, such as the St. Paul Summerfest, the St. Paul Country Music Festival, and the St. Paul Winter Carnival. Check out the city's website for more information on upcoming events.

Finally, no trip to St. Paul would be complete without visiting the St. Paul and District Museum or the St. Paul Art Gallery. Both offer a wealth of local history and art, and the museum offers guided tours and interactive exhibits.

How to get to St. Paul

Facilities at St. Paul

  • St. Paul's Public Library
  • St. Paul Family Centre
  • St. Paul Golf Course
  • St. Paul Community & Aquatic Centre
  • St. Paul Museum
  • St. Paul Visitor Centre
  • St. Paul Regional Airport
  • St. Paul Fairgrounds
  • St. Paul Curling Club
  • St. Paul Raceway