Innisfail is Conveniently situated on the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor, Innisfail is a thriving mid-sized community in what some may say is the perfect location. It’s just 15 minutes south of Red Deer and an hour north of Calgary, meaning whatever few amenities aren’t available are just a short drive in either direction. The population of Innisfail is around 8000.

A state-of-the-art library, a multi-surface ice rink, and a year-round indoor aquatic centre are among the amenities enjoyed regularly by town residents and visitors alike. There are also walking trails, ball diamonds, sports fields, outdoor skating rinks, tennis courts, a ski hill, a spray park and a curling rink, and Town Council recently took the first steps toward constructing a new skatepark.

Whether it’s by taking advantage of one of these facilities, or by making the most of the town’s diverse and scenic terrain, Innisfailians (as residents of the town are colloquially known) are always busy doing something.

Snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, walking and hiking are all popular cost-free activities, and there are plenty of organized sports and leagues well worth participating in. As well, the Innisfail Golf Club is an internationally-lauded course that offers a first-rate experience for even the most skilled of golfers. For sports enthusiasts who are more into spectating, the Senior AAA Innisfail Eagles hockey team provides top-notch viewing entertainment. It’s some of the highest caliber of hockey around. (sited from Town of Innisfail)

For more information on Innisfail please visit the town of Innisfail website.

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