The thrill of trying something for the very first time, the relaxation of a weekend exploring nature with your family, the feeling of sand between your toes, the joy of summer nights spent camping – it’s all within reach in the Tri-Region. Take a look at (and then better yet come experience yourself) what outdoor adventures await you just west of Edmonton in Parkland County, Spruce Grove and Stony Plain.
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Fresh homestyle cooking in Spruce Grove, The Loft is an ideal spot for a family or friends breakfast or lunch outing. Fittingly named, The Loft is located right above Sandview Farm’s Deli. Many of their delicious items feature ingredients you can find in the deli – think of it as a ‘try before you buy’ approach! The Loft is open daily until 2pm.
0:09 – Broadway & Grand
Conceptualized on the idea of bringing something different to community, Broadway & Grand is a foodie hotspot in Spruce Grove. It’s cafe meets bar meets sandwich haven. Co-owner and Executive Chef Devin Stewart brings inspiration from his time in New York Michelin star restaurants, Australia and beyond. Enjoy a cup of small-batched Black Riffle Coffee, one of Chef Stewart’s masterful sandwiches or a delectable baked creation at this hip spot.
0:11 – Happy Acres U-Pick
An outing to Happy Acres is ideal for a wide variety of settings: family, friends, dates, kids birthday parties – and everything in between. Open seasonally throughout the summer and fall months, Happy Acres offers a variety of fresh fruit and veggie picking opportunities. Among the many items they grow include saskatoon berries, rhubarb, beans, cherries, lettuce, garlic and raspberries. They also have farm animals and playgrounds onsite. Experience the joy of picking your own freshly grown Alberta produce and get to know the food you eat.
0:12 – Stony Plain Farmers’ Market
Open weekly from April to December every year, Stony Plain Farmers’ Market is an Alberta-approved market that’s been around since 1974. With over 70 vendors, Stony Plain Farmers’ Market has lots to choose from each and every Saturday. This includes preserves, baked goods, produce, home good, jewellery, health and beauty products, art and more. Take a wonder through this community display of culinary offerings – two floors to boot!
Peaceful times, tea and delightful treats await you at Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum’s Teahouse. A wonderful spot to combine with a visit to the museum and it’s collection of historical buildings, artifacts, displays and impressive oil lamp collection. Their pie comes highly recommended.
0:21 – Sandyview Farms
Ask a local about Sandyview Farms deli and their face will likely light up. Sandyview Farms is the place to head for mouthwatering deli items. Here, you’ll find locally grown, fresh ingredients to make wonderful meals of your own. Add a little local element to your next BBQ, picnic, charcuterie board or 5-course meal and take a browse through the immense selection of finds at Sandyview Farms.