Beiseker Area Things To Do
Our village is half way between Calgary and Drumheller, a perfect place to stop for a lunch break (at our Centennial Park). But you may not know that we have lots of history and culture to share! Downtown Beiseker has many murals, and a tour of main street history posted on signs outside of our businesses. We also have a driving tour to visit the sites of the old school houses that once dotted the region. Did you know that the real Sam McGee (from the Robert Service poem) is buried in a Beiseker area cemetery? Come see for yourself! Pick up information about the region at our village information booth. See you soon!
Follow the tracks to Beiseker Station Museum! Prairie stories in a historic CPR station.
Visit our museum, quonsets full of tractors, and historic buildings.
Visit Squirt, the world's largest skunk, at the Beiseker Campground park.
Our church was built in 1959, but includes the bell from the original church built in 1910
History at a roadside stop with all the services you need.
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