What to do in Mountain View?
Ag Tourism opportunities abound in Mountain View County.
Seasonal markets take place from mid-May to mid-September in Didsbury, Olds, and Sundre. For more information, click here.
Celebrating the pioneer heritage of Olds and surrounding area. Displays include the general store, school house, western corner and homestead kitchen. Located at 5038 - 50 Street in Olds. Open year round.
Includes an old physician's office, an early railway, and a school classroom showing articles from the early 1900s to the 1980s. Designated a Provincial Historic site in the summer of 1997. Located at 2120 21 Ave in Didsbury. Open year round.
Features a Norwegian log cabin from 1913; the area's oldest schoolhouse; a blacksmith's house and barn; and the Chester Mjolsness World of Wildlife Museum. Located at 211 - 1st. Ave. SW, Sundre. Open from the May long weekend to Labour Day in September.
The museum features the McCaig House from 1901 which is a restored, furnished homestead house, and the "Olde Tyme Sweete Shoppe". Located at 1138 Nanton Street in Carstairs. Open year round.
Whitewater rafting adventures along the Red Deer River.
Premium indoor and outdoor paintball facility, and pro shop. Located 8 km (5 mi) west of Highway 2A on Twp. Rd 322 (The Amerada Road).
Sporting clays, upland bird shooting preserve, and 9-hole golf course. Located two miles west and a 1/2 mile south of Carstairs on Range Road 20.
A nostalgic glimpse of the hardy men and women who met the challenge of winter travel in the snowbound north, starting in 2005, this series of sled dog sprint races takes place along the Rosebud River near Didsbury.
Foothills Curling Club
Midway Curling Club
In our urban communities you'll find recreation facilities such as hockey and curling rinks, swimming pools, indoor arenas, golf courses, tennis courts, playgrounds, baseball diamonds and hiking/walking trails. Please see Our Urban Partners page for more information.