Stony Plain Tourism
Live out loud in Stony Plain, where culture on our sleeve means entertainment, events, a colourful splash of heritage, and a downtown stroll home to 32 murals, unique shops, and weekly Farmer’s Markets. Visit the Multicultural Heritage Centre or Stony Plain & Parkland Pioneer Museum for a trip back in time to experience the true meaning of home-made and hand-crafted.
Join us at the end of May for the Farmer’s Day and Rodeo, in July for Canada Day Celebrations and the International Great White North Triathlon, in August for the Blueberry Bluegrass Festival and September for the Country Harvest Music Festival.
A smile is easier to come by in Stony Plain, where human hands – be it in a hand-shake, a creative inspiration you take home or in a song you can’t get out of your head – craft experiences from traditions that feel good, connected and real. So get out of the car, take a stroll and remind yourself what the meaning of life really is.
In Stony Plain you’ll find a ‘small’ town that offers ‘big’ choices for your day trip. Stony Plain is host to many unique events – Farmers’ Days and Rodeo in May, the Blueberry Bluegrass & Country Music Festival in July and the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in August.
Stony Plain, “The Town with the Painted Past” is home to 30 works of art that comprise the Mural Tour. Magnificent outdoor paintings and sculptures, created by Canadian artists, depict the rich history of our community. Stony Plain’s legacy loves on through art. Our museums and historic sites provide a unique glimpse into our agricultural ancestry.
Get active with an 18 hole championship golf course, indoor golf, bike paths, walking trails, a skateboard park, and a BMX track.
Take time to smell the roses by visiting botanic gardens and greenhouses or pick up fresh produce, homemade goodies and crafts at our Farmers’ and Country Markets. Stroll downtown and visit the many unique shops on Historic Main Street.