St. Margaret's Church was built in 1907 and is currently the oldest church building still in use, south and east of Medicine Hat. In the early 1940's the church was used a schoolhouse, and in 1992 it received an extensive restoration. While the church was originally built as Church of England (Anglican/Episcopalian), it is now operated on a non-denominational basis, administered by a non-profit society. The small church, which seats 32, is a living memorial to all those who helped settle the area. The church is kept open year-round and attracts nearly 1,600 visitors each year from around the world. Interdenominational services are offered on occasion.
We do not have tee times. Just register in the clubhouse, get a number and head to the first tee! For group events, please phone ahead. Our Pro Shop has tees, balls, gloves and other items you might need to enjoy your round. We have club, pull cart and power cart rentals.
A unique winter paradise in the Alberta Cypress Hills to discover and improve your winter sports skills for skiing or snow boarding. Locally owned and operated, this family orientated resort offers a great snow school and quality guest experience. Not to mention the best view in the prairies!
Journey through the Canadian Badlands on this 5-day/4-night history and culture tour. Hike pine forest trails in the middle of the prairie, meet prehistoric dinosaurs, and dine on creative local dishes as you journey through southern Alberta.