The Stettler area is known as the "Heart Of Alberta". Stettler's central location makes it an attractive location for distribution and manufacturing. Oil and natural gas, coal, sulfur, gravel, sand, agricultural and dairy products are some of the raw resources found in the Stettler vicinity. The population of Stettler's main trading area is over 11,000 people. The proximity of many rural communities creates a potential market of over 38,000 people. We often get to see folks from the North towards Camrose, the South towards Drumheller, the East towards the Saskatchewan border and the West towards Red Deer.
The Stettler Visitor Information Centre is located within the Stettler Regional Board of Trade and Community Development offices located along Hwy 12 in the west end of Stettler, between ATB Financial and Tim Horton's.
Key Community Features
The Stettler Elks Golf and Country Club is a 9 hole course, with grass greens. The Pheasantback Golf Course has 18 holes, in a natural setting with rolling hills, bush water and grass greens.
Nearby parks include Rochon Sands Provincial Park, Boss Hill Provincial Park, The Narrows, Pelican Point and Ol'McDonalds Campground (on Buffalo Lake), Content Bridge, River Creek Campground (on the Red Deer River), Big Knife Provincial Park (on the Battle River), and the Dubois Valley ranch. All of these areas provide camping facilities.
The Stettler Town and County Museum has a fine selection of historical artifacts and buildings which give a fairly accurate representation of Stettler's History. Buildings on the site include the Whetsel and Ransom Schools, Lakeview Church, Nevis store, Estonian House, the Court House and the CNR Station.
The Canadian Badlands Pheasant Festival, Stettler Steel Wheel Stampede, Stettler Town and Country Museum, Pheasantback Golf Course, Alberta Prairie Railway Tours, Stettler Recreation Centre, Stettler Skateboard Park, Cold Lake Bird Sanctuary, Downtown Stettler, many parks and green spaces, geocaching, and bird watching.