Lacombe located in Alberta's Heartland, has a wide variety of recreational amenities and facilities

Lacombe is located in Alberta's Heartland and was named after Father Albert Lacombe, a Canadian missionary who lived from 1827 to 1916.

The City of Lacombe has a wide variety of recreational amenities and facilities:

  • Kinsmen Aquatic Centre
  • Barnett Arenas (1 & 2)
  • Sports fields & ball diamonds
  • Parks information
  • Trails
  • Campgrounds
  • Lacombe Memorial Centre

The Lacombe Region is just over an hour’s drive away from Calgary and Edmonton. Evenif you are on a historic guided tour, tasting local food, attending a festival or discovering our beaches and countryside attractions, you will surely find many ways to make new favourite memories.

The Lacombe Region is rich in culture and heritage and home to vibrant communities with a strong sense of their past. Landmarks such as the Michener House, the Flatiron Building, the Lacombe Blacksmith Shop and the Pico House are permanent highlights for their history, local importance and architecture.

Major annual events in the region include: The Encore Art Show and Sale, The Vintage Tractor Pull and Show, The Eckville Rodeo, Canada Day, Lacombe Days, Bentley Fair and Rodeo Days, AB Open Farm Days, the Lacombe Culture & Harvest Festival and Light Up the Night.

You will be charmed by the Lacombe Region that has so much to see and do. It is simply a beautiful city with abundant trees, numerous ponds and rolling hills.

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