Red Deer County Acreages – why so popular?
Red Deer county is located halfway between the cities of Edmonton and Calgary. With a population of 18,000 residents, Red Deer County covers an area of 4,000 square kilometres. Over 8,000 Red Deer County homes make up the real estate market, including rural subdivisions and Red Deer acreage properties. Rural residents here primarily work in the agriculture, manufacturing, petrochemical and oil industries. As a result, most of the terrain has become farm or grazing land.
Red Deer County’s history began when the first agriculture settlement was established 120 years ago, and the farming communities here remain prosperous. The communities in Red Deer County include four towns: Bowden, Innisfail, Penhold, Sylvan lake; two villages: Delburne, Elnora; eight hamlets: Ardley, Benalto, Dickson, Linn Valley, Lousana, Markerville, Springbrook, and Spruce View; and, of course, the well-known City of Red Deer. The north and east areas of the county are divided by the Red Deer River.
During the summer months, the area is bustling with outdoor adventures and family friendly events. Festivals, concerts, and garden parties hosted by various communities in the region. Red Deer County home owners seeking entertainment, scenery and picnic facilities have the option of visiting any of the common parks: Waskasoo Park, Great Chief Athletic Park and Kiwanis Picnic Park. The Heritage Ranch is situated close to the Red Deer River, aside from the riverside landscape, horseback and hay riding services are offered.
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