From provincial parks and historic sites to golfing and camping, travellers to Paintearth County can easily fill a weekend (or longer) with activities. Located on the northeastern edge of the Canadian Badlands, Paintearth County’s landscapes include badlands and earth-painted cliffs. Forests surround lovely creeks where you can put in your canoe and explore, and in the fall the region is known for its stopping points for migrating waterfowl like ducks and geese.
Within the county boundaries you’ll find three campgrounds to call home for your vacation or weekend getaway: Big Knife Provincial Park, Huber Dam and Burma Park. Pick one and explore the region at your leisure.
Big Knife Provincial Park; Huber Dam; Burma Park
This county is made up of the following Communities:
Set out from Lethbridge and journey through prairies and coulees to two signature attracti...
© Copyright 2017 Canadian Badlands Ltd. - All Rights Reserved