Stretching from just south of Lethbridge to the U.S. border, the County of Warner offers visitors a diversity of visual, recreation and historical experiences.
The landscapes range from expansive prairies and the rolling hills of Milk River Ridge to the hoodoos at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park.
Historical finds include a North West Mounted Police post and ancient Aboriginal pictographs, both at Writing-on-Stone, and a replica of a dinosaur nesting site at Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur Heritage Museum in the town of Warner.
Communities in County of Warner No. 5 include : Coutts, Milk River, Raymond, Stirling, Warner, Wrentham.
Recreation opportunities include camping and fishing at Chin Lake and Ridge Reservoirs, canoeing down the Milk River, horseback riding along the Milk River Ridge and bird watching at the Rush Lake Bird Sanctuary.
Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park;Devil's Coulee Dinosaur Heritage Museum
This county is made up of the following Communities:
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