AAA Editor Notes
Innisfail & District Historical Village, 5139 42nd St., is home to 17 buildings, including a blacksmith shop, train station, barn and pioneer church. The .81-hectare (2-acre) site features 18 furnished structures as well as The Bowden Train Station, which displays various relics. Originally located about 6 kilometres (4 mi.) north of Innisfail, the 19th-century “Spruces” building once served as a depot on the stagecoach trail between Calgary and Edmonton and is purportedly the last surviving stopping house from the route. Historical gardens also grace the village grounds.
Picnicking is permitted. Food is available.