Tourism & Activities
The Innisfail region is home to some of the province’s most enthralling tourist destinations, which every year attract thousands of visitors from all around the world.
The town is perhaps best known for being home to the Discovery Wildlife Park -- an enchanting zoo renowned for its highly unique wildlife experiences. The Innisfail Golf Club -- a scenic 27-hole golf course that frequently ranks among the best in Alberta -- is also an immensely popular draw. On top of that, the town’s vibrant retail district, along with its many trails and walking paths, makes for wonderful day-tourism opportunities that can be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
Innisfail truly has a little bit of something for everyone! When you come here, you’ll never find yourself short of something to do.
Other Tourism Highlights:
- Innisfail Historical Village
- Innisfail Pro Rodeo
- Family Farms/Local Growers
- Skydive Big Sky
- RCMP Police Dog Training Facility
- Innisfail Ski Hill
The town is also within a short drive of a number of world-renowned tourist attractions. Banff National Park, the Calgary Stampede, the West Edmonton Mall and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology are all easily accessible.
For a full list of nearby attractions, visit innisfailtourism.com or travelalberta.com.
Entertainment & Activities
Whether you live in town or are simply passing through, you’re guaranteed to stay entertained during your time in Innisfail.
Spend an evening bowling at the Innisfail Bowling Lanes, an eight-lane five-pin bowling alley in the centre of town. Catch a matinee at Century Theatre, a cinema that offers city-quality entertainment at small town rates. Take a dip in the pool at the Aquatic Centre, or simply relax in the steam room. Channel your inner Broadway by taking part in an Innisfail Town Theatre production -- or just watch, if that’s more your thing.
In short, the opportunities for things to do are endless.
Special Event! NFB of Canada Guest & Film
March 22, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
March 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
IMFA Special Community Meeting
March 28, 2018 @ 7:00 pm