SHOP. DINE. SUPPORT LOCAL TO WIN!
Small Business Week takes place October 17th - 24th and is an annual celebration of entrepreneurship, highlighting our local small businesses which are the cornerstone of our community. Join the City of Wetaskiwin as we celebrate all of our local businesses by sharing your favorites on social media for the CHANCE TO WIN!
Between October 17th - November 28th share a photo of your favorite small business, your most memorable meal or the most unique product purchased in Wetaskiwin on your Facebook or Instagram page and tag #shopwetaskiwin and #thecityweshare for your chance to win 1 of 6 weekly prizes!
At the end of each week, we will randomly draw a winner who will be contacted through either direct messaging or email to claim their prize. The prize is a $50 gift card to a local Wetaskiwin small business of their choice.
Contest Rules can be found HERE
A welcoming nature, many generations deep.
As one of the province's oldest cities, Wetaskiwin's historic charm delights visitors as much as our easy going nature. Explore a region steeped in true frontier spirit from the comfort and convenience of our welcoming city. Whoever you are, wherever you come from, we welcome you to Wetaskiwin.
Discover History, Heritage, Arts & Culture
The City of Wetaskiwin is one of Alberta's oldest cities and we invite you to discover our history and culture, celebrate our performing arts, talented artisans and more!
Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum
5007 50 Avenue
Historic Water Tower & Peace Cairn
5003 56 Street
View one of the oldest water towers in Canada and visit the Peace Cairn commemorating the peace treaty between the Cree and Blackfood Nations of the Wetaskiwin area
Wetaskiwin Historic City Hall
4705 - 50 Avenue
Old meets new at our City Hall! Originally built in 1907, serving as a Courthouse until 1983 and re-opens as our City Hall in 2007.
Wild West Gallery
The Wild West Gallery is a Destination Stop boasting the largest selection of seed beads in central Alberta! The gallery exhibits rustic Rocky Mountain pine furniture, framed local art, World Famous Manitobah mukluks and moccasins, Pendleton blankets which are the best fleece blankets on the market and the largest selection of First Nations bead work in Alberta!!
Bear Paw Trading Post
4 miles south of Wetaskiwin on Highway 2A
The Bear Paw Trading Post boasts Alberta’s largest selection of beads including crow, pony, spaghetti and other accessories. There is also a selection of crafts for those looking for authentic Indigenous workmanship gifts for friends or family.
Discover Outdoor Adventure & Natural Wonder
Our hospitality extends beyond our people, to the land itself. It's our nature to welcome you to Wetaskiwin, come discover the beauty that surrounds us from our local parks, fishing holes, hiking, golfing and more!
6128 - 56 Avenue
Walk the 2.5km trail or have a picnic among the trees at By-The-Lake Park
Peace Hills Park
1 km west on Township Road 464 | Get directions
While this park is located within the County of Wetaskiwin, it is certainly well utilized by Wetaskiwin residents! Featuring a number of trails, a disc golf course, a children's playground, as well as a covered picnic area, you'll often find it humming with activity!
Hotels & Accomodations
Wetaskiwin Lions Campground
1.5 miles East of Highway 2A and13E
Wetaskiwin Lions Club operates a 52 site RV Campground located only minutes from Wetaskiwin. All sites have 30amp electrical service. 27 sites are fully serviced and 25 sites have electrical and water services only. Amenities include: Playground, 2 Camp Kitchens, Fish Pond, Toilets and Showers, Firewood, Laundry Facilities, Horse Shoe Pits, and Dumping Station.
Westview RV Park
Westview RV Park has large spacious and level pull-thrus that make us big rig friendly. Clean hot (free) showers in the newly remodelled washrooms that have been AWARDED WINNER OF CINTAS CANADA'S BEST RESTROOM CONTEST 2020. Westview RV Park also has a brand-new playground and zip-line.
Food & Beverage
Home to over 50 restaurants, offering a range of culinary delights. Tantalize your taste buds at one of our many diverse and locally owned dining experiences.
3840 - 56 Street
Huckleberry’s Café, of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, has been voted as the #1 Restaurant in Alberta Parkland! With all-natural, fresh ingredients and everything created in-house, Huckleberry’s Café provides only food of the highest quality to all friends, neighbours and family members that visit our establishment.
Shop Historic Downtown & the Automile
Experience the local history while taking a shopping trip in our historic downtown
Mickey's Flowers & Fruit Bouquets
4802A 50 Avenue
Proudly serving Wetaskiwin for 70 years! Receiving fresh flowers weekly and a vast array of plants and gifts to suit any occasion. Their experienced staff will work with you to create a one of a kind gift you're sure to love! Open Monday - Friday 9:30am - 4pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm or online anytime!
Wild West Gallery
3725 56 Street (Wetaskiwin Mall)
The Gallery offers one of a kind products produced by First Nation crafters around Western Canada.exhibiting rustic Rocky Mountain pine furniture, framed local art, World Famous Manitobah mukluks and moccasins, Pendleton blankets which are the best fleece blankets on the market and the largest selection of First Nations bead work in Alberta!! Mon - Fri 10 am to 6 pm | Sat 10:00 am - 5 pm | Closed Sundays and holidays!
Hair & Spa Services
Time for a new do or maybe some well deserved relaxation time? Experience one of our fabulous hair salons and spas and treat yourself!
Refresh Wellness Centre
5109 50 Avenue
A multi-dimensional wellness centre offering a variety of alternative health services & classes. Our focus is always wellness of our clients. We provide the highest quality of service from the best practitioners who all have a comment goal, the clients health and well being.
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