St. Philip’s Anglican Church is located 93 kms northwest of Edmonton in the community of Westlock. St. Philip’s is a community of faithful Christians eager to build up the Kingdom God through fellowship, service and prayer.

You’ll find St. Philip’s at 9843 - 105 Street. 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.

The town of Westlock is home to a couple of fun and engaging museums. Step back in time at the Pioneer Museum by browsing through a number of exhibits displaying pioneer lifestyle. 

You can’t visit Westlock without stopping in at the Canadian Tractor Museum, home to hundreds of farm implements and the world’s largest weather vane. With an extensive collection of exhibits, displays and a resource library, the tractor museum preserves, portrays and interprets Canadian agricultural history. 

To explore Westlock by foot head to the Rotary Trail and enjoy 9.6 kms of trail around the town. Along the way, discover unique storefronts, boutiques, restaurants and cafes. 

Westlock offers a lovely 18-hole championship golf course like no other: a traditional-style front nine with tighter fairways and smaller greens, and a back nine with large undulating greens and wider fairways, with water being present on 8 of the 9 holes. The Wabash creek winds its way throughout the course, coming into play on 9 of the 18 holes. The Westlock Golf Course also boasts a 26 site RV Park right on the course. Relax by the campfire (free wood supplied), and enjoy the stunning course views. Sites also include 30-amp power, water and sewer.  

Should you find yourself in the Westlock area in the winter be sure to stop in at the Tawatinaw Ski Hill. Complete with 140 acres, 24 downhill runs, and over 20 kms of scenic cross country ski trails, snowshoe trails and a tubing hill. You won’t want to leave!

**Please Note: When visiting Westlock and area, please adhere to the guidelines mandated in Alberta. Stay 6ft apart. Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick.