The Town of Milk River is located in South Eastern Alberta, 10 minutes from the United States border and 86 km from the City of Lethbridge. Milk River offers a warm climate, affordable housing, one of the lowest cost of living indexes in the province, and a strong economy. Our close-knit community provides friends and neighbours with a friendly, clean and safe place to call home.
Milk River offers recreation from day trips to historically significant areas to local curling rinks and hockey facilities. We have excellent schools (K-12), a local airport, golf course, curling rink, hospital, library, outdoor swimming pool, financial and professional institutions, a number of churches, restaurants, retail stores, parks, campgrounds and more!
The Village of Warner, located 40 minutes south of Lethbridge, has the Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur Heritage Museum which showcases a Dinosaur Egg found by Canadian fossil hunter, Wendy Sloboda, who lives in Warner. Warner hockey arena has many options for families to come and enjoy some ice time or during “dry floor” season for special events (i.e. home/garden shows, flea markets, farmers markets, etc.) or the bowling alley (featuring glow in the dark lanes) is available to knock down some pins. Warner, also, has a curling rink in town, two restaurants, a hotel, an RV Park (summer usage only), a library and a state of the art athlete center that can be used 24/7, 365 days a year.
The Village of Coutts has recreational facilities, volunteer fire and ambulance service. Coutts is located one hour from Lethbridge, two hours east of Waterton National Park in Canada, two hours north of Great Falls and Glacier National Park in Montana. To the east lie the Sweet Grass Hills. The busy Port of Entry at Coutts is a 24 hour border crossing.
Sight-seeing day trips or camping and fishing trips to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Goldsprings Park and Campground, Ridge Park Campground and Waterton Lakes National Park await you.
Other communities in our area include New Dayton, several Hutterite Colonies and our Rural Communities.