Welcome to the City of Lacombe. Situated in the heartland of Alberta, this vibrant community offers an abundance of opportunities for camping, RVing, and recreational activities such as golfing, fishing, sightseeing, photography, bird watching, antiquing and boutique shopping.
Stop in for a visit and browse through our Historic Downtown where a revitalization project has protected the past and provides current businesses and stately homes with the perfect blend of history. The Lacombe Historical Society offers an insightful walking tour through Lacombe's historic downtown, beginning at Governor General Roland Michener's birthplace, the Michener House Musem, then through to Alberta's only working Blacksmith Shop Museum, and ends at the Flatiron Museum and Interpretive Centre, the crowning jewel of the city's restored Edwardian downtown district.
There a number of unique specialty shops and antique stores in the downtown area, as well as a selection of dining options, from casual fare to fine dining.
A short drive from Lacombe in any direction brings you to additional attractions. The Lacombe Corn Maze the Ellis Bird Farm and the J. J. Collett Nature Reserve are a 'must see' for nature enthusiasts. As well, several lakes and campgrounds to the west of the city provide campers and sightseers with many options to fill their days.
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