About Parkland County
Parkland County stretches to the west from Edmonton in an elongated oval, along the corridors of Highway 16 and Highway 627. It contains a vast number of acreage subdivisions in a variety of landscapes. It is anchored and supplied by the city of Spruce Grove, the town of Stony Plain, and contains numerous villages, summer villages and hamlets.
Wabamun Provincial Park on Lake Wabamun is easily accessible, as are the Pembina River Provincial Park, the Clifford E Lee Nature Sanctuary and the Devonian Botanic Garden. In addition to Wabamun Lake, there are also Jackfish Lake and Hasse Lake, and several smaller regional parks, campgrounds and beaches. For the water enthusiast, this is as good a place to buy an acreage as any in the Greater Edmonton area.
Parkland County has a population of about 31,000 in approximately 12,000 dwellings. The County’s belief in fostering recreational and cultural opportunities is evident through the number of arenas, pools and other valuable recreational facilities available to its residents in a variety of locations throughout the county.
To learn more about Parkland County, go to http://www.parklandcounty.com