A unique prairie community because it is not located on a railroad, Linden has no grain elevators, but has a large number of manufacturing businesses. Mennonite farmers established Linden in the 1930’s and today, intensive agricultural operations can be found in the area.
Key Community Features
For visitors, various recreation activities are available; two dams are kept stock with trout, many hiking trails are in the river valley, and the adventurous visitors can cross Alberta’s only covered bridge on a hiking trail. Other activities include the custom Woolen Mills – the only woolen mill in western Canada.
Coulee Park and Campground