St. Andrew's, Anglican Church is located 90 kms southeast of Edmonton. The parish of St. Andrew's is a community of Christians, worshiping together, growing and learning, humbly following in the steps of Jesus and sharing through the Holy Spirit his love with others in our everyday lives.
You'll find St. Andrew's at 4713 - 50 Street in the city of Camrose. Stop by the church when you arrive in town and take a selfie out front before checking out some favourite attractions recommended by local community members.
A wonderful walking path lined with markers describing the history of Camrose and area borders Mirror Lake in the heart of the city. The walk extends many kilometres down the creek valley to a train trestle.
Camrose is also home to the Camrose District Museum where you will find St. Dunstan, a 1908 Anglican Church. The Railway Museum and Gardens is home to a miniature village and much more.
Founded as the Camrose Lutheran College 110 years ago, Augustana became a faculty of the University of Alberta in 2004. The walking trails winding between historic buildings make it a popular place to visit in the summer months.
The Bailey Theatre, one of five remaining vaudeville theatres in Alberta, offers interesting tours in non-covid times.
Campers or anyone looking for a place to enjoy a picnic lunch will definitely want to check out Ferry Point Campground on the Battle River. Adventurers can "Paddle the Battle,” in a serene canoe trip down a stretch of the Battle River.
If you are itching to get back on the road to experience new places within an hour’s drive of Camrose, you are in luck:
**Please Note: When visiting Camrose, please adhere to the guidelines mandated in Alberta. Stay 6ft apart. Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick.