DescriptionFirst settled in 1908, Beaverlodge derives its name from the Beaver First Nation who made their temporary home, or lodge, in the area. With the arrival of the railway in 1928, a new townsite was created about 1.6 kilometres (1 mi.) northwest of the original hamlet; many original buildings were moved. In the Beaverlodge Valley, the town serves as a gateway to Monkman Pass and is a large agricultural center.
InfoOfficeBeaverlodge & District Chamber of Commerce 508 5th Ave. Beaverlodge, AB . Phone:(780)354-8785
Attraction PlaceHoldersSouth Peace Centennial Museum and Interpretive Center