Proud History, Bright Future

Village of Delburne

Located just 40-km east of Red Deer in Alberta’s beautiful Parkland region, Delburne is a peaceful rural retreat with plenty of country charm. The village has a remarkably good variety of amenities, but it’s the friendly people who keep visitors coming back.

Delburne Activities & Travel Ideas

Anthony Henday Museum & Visitor Information Centre

Located on Main Street, this museum is housed in Delburnes original CN Train Station and focuses on local history beginning in about 1754 when Anthony Henday, one of the first Europeans to explore this region of Canada, passed through the area. Explore Delburne’s pioneer past while touring a replica homesteader’s cabin, a one room school, a coal mine exhibit, a CN train station and caboose, extensive displays of local businesses and a variety of farming implements in a machine shed.

Fawn Meadows Lodge and RV Park

Next to Fawn Meadows Golf Course, this wheelchair accessible lodge is open year-round and has four guest bedrooms, each with a private ensuite. There are also two private cabins and an RV park with 32 fully serviced sites, washrooms, showers and laundry facilities.

Fawn Meadows Golf and Country Club

A group of hardworking volunteers came together to form the Delburne and District Golf and Recreation Society in 1993 and in 1994 construction began on this beautiful 9-hole course. With lovely tree-lined fairways and plenty of sand traps, the course is challenging for experienced golfers and great for beginners and families. There’s a fully licensed restaurant, a practice facility, a tournament tent and a campground next door.

Play in the Park

Located on Main Street is a spray park for children of all ages. There is also a playground adjacent to the golf course with new playground equipment. Older kids will love the Skateboard Park. There are also Gymkhana grounds, ball diamonds, a curling rink and a tennis court. In the summer, the village runs a youth program.

Getting to Delburne