It's amazing how much adventure, education, and beauty is in our backyard. Take a peak at some of the province's most interesting and visually stimulating attractions just minutes away.
This is a multi-function equestrian centre located just 15 minutes east of Devon. The centre hosts many horse show and events throughout their season. Amberlea Meadows has grown from its original 6 stall barn constructed in 1976 to its current facilities which include an 88 stall heated boarding barn complete with wash racks, tack lockers and veterinary/farrier work stations. Turnout for horses includes 7 pastures and 23 individual pens.
Located seven km north of Devon, this 300 acre nature preserve contains marshes, meadow, pine and aspen woodland that is open to the public year round. Established walkways, boardwalks and viewing points for a variety of flora and fauna.
Devon Days is one of the biggest events Devon that offers. This fun filled, family orientated weekend takes place at the end of May, annually. Join us for a Taste of Devon, West Coast Amusements Midway, fireworks, a parade and more! Click the "More Information" button below to visit the Devon Days website for the latest information!
A beautiful 18 hole golf course situated along the banks of the scenic North Saskatchewan River. Very popular location for company and group functions in the Edmonton area. Meeting and seminar facilities available that can accommodate groups from 10 to 240 people with a wide range of audio and visual systems. Fully licensed. Catering available. Click the "More Information" button below to visit the website!
This serene campground is located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, adjacent to the Devon Golf and Conference Centre.
There are over 100 sites to accommodate all RV's, from tents to fifth-wheel units. Each site has a fire pit. The campground has a laundromat and free showers. Pets on leashes are welcome. The park is connected to the Town of Devon and the river valley through numerous trails, which are great for walking, jogging or biking.
There are three facilities for rent to accommodate groups of 40 to 125 people - ideal for reunions, company barbeques, weddings, etc. Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available. Picnic areas are also available, allowing visitors to spend the day nestled in the river valley.
Reservations are always recommended. An on-site manager ensures that the park is a quiet family retreat. Devon residents receive a reduced rate mid-week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) and picnic at no charge.
Devon Voyageur Park is Devon's newest park area! Located at the end of Saskatchewan Avenue West along the North Saskatchewan River.
This area includes:
Telephone - Devon municipal office: 780-987-8300
(open 8:30-4:30, Monday - Friday)
Located two km south of Devon on Highway 60. This facility was built to showcase Canada's Oil Industry to the world. The Centre contains artifacts; photos, scale models and colourful stories... all designed to give the viewing public a taste of what it was like to be a part of our oil history.
Greater Edmonton's largest and most popular resort. Scenically located 10 minutes east of Devon and 20 minutes southwest of Edmonton in the North Saskatchewan River Valley.
Triple chairlift, t-bars, rope tows and extensive snowmaking and grooming equipment make this a very popular winter destination.
Designed by mountain bike park builder extraordinaire, Jay Hoots, this park as a welcome mat to mountain biking. The park offer opportunities for riders of all ages on all types of bikes to learn and practice bike handling in a planned, safe, natural environment.
The park features include a large wooden skills area, pump track and a series of dirt jumps which range from beginner to advanced levels.
Located 10 minutes east of Devon. Recognized as one of the top ten water ski facilities in the world. This picturesque lake provides ideal conditions for skiers of any level.
Located five km north of Devon and 23 km west of Edmonton on Highway 60. Includes an authentic Japanese garden, attractive floral gardens, collections of native and alpine plants and ecological reserves situated within an attractive rolling landscape of pine trees and large ponds.