Cardston Civic Centre

The Civic Centre was previously an LDS Church Meeting House that was donated to the Town in in 1980s. The building was renovated and turned into the Town Offices, Council Chamber, with a large recreational space that is used by the Gymnastics club throughout the winter and by a number of groups in the summer like Cardston Community Theatre, Jodi's Dance Academy, and the Rotary Music Festival. 

We have a number of rooms here that can be booked for functions. 

  • Green Room - ~12'x40'
  • Council Chambers ~25'x50'
  • Gymnasium with stage and orchestra pit and staged seating in the wings that can accommodate about 400 people.

If you would like to book rooms at the civic centre for an event, call 403-653-3366.

 

Cardston Ice Arena

The Cardston Ice Arena is one of the Town's most used recreational facilities. In the summer it hosts a weekly craft fair on Thursdays at noon, and during the winter there is figure skating, minor hockey, and public skating all week. The schedules for these events change each year, so check in the fall for new schedules. If you would like to book the rink, please call 403-653-1135.

 

Cardston Pool

In 2013 the Cardston pool was completely remodelled. Our pool features a low diving board, six swimming lanes, a zero or beach entry wading pool, a lazy river, a baby pool, lots of deck space and seats, and a grassy area for lounging. Our pool season runs from May through to the end of August each year. We also have variable dates and times for pool rental by groups. To book the pool, you can call 403-653-3982. 

2016 Pool Schedule

 

Remington Carriage Museum

Giddy-up to the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 250 carriages, wagons, and sleighs. Open seven days a week, year-round, the museum is only minutes from Alberta’s Waterton Lakes National Park and Montana’s Glacier National Park. Acknowledged by many as the finest display of its kind in the world, the 63,000 square foot venue features video displays, a fire hall, a carriage factory, a restoration shop, a working stable, carriage rides, carriage rentals, a restaurant, and a gift shop. Guided museum tours are offered at no additional charge.

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Incept Adventure Co

Don’t forget to bring your swimsuits for an adventure the whole family will love! Incept Adventure Co. offers exciting whitewater rafting and kayaking trips on the scenic St. Mary’s river where getting wet is all in a days work. We also offer guided fishing trips on the areas numerous rivers and lakes for an abundance of species. Make sure you bring your camera as Grizzly Bears, Whitetail & Mule Deer, the endangered Golden Marmot, Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles and more are frequent visitors on the St. Mary’s river. Our professional and courteous staff will make sure you have a safe, fun and exciting experience that will keep you coming back year after year.

When we are not rafting or fishing we offer training programs and courses including swift water rescue, first aid, wilderness first aid, survival camps, and a guide training program. Call us today at 403-308-7718 for more information!

Features

  • Whitewater Rafting
  • Guided Fishing Trips
  • Safety and Survival Training
 

Courthouse Museum

The Courthouse Museum showcases the record of how a rough country changed dramatically. The unique sandstone structure was built in 1907 from stone quarried just a few miles from Cardston, and the building’s striking profile and beautifully finished interior stand as a monument to Cardston’s early pioneer artisans. Used longer than any other courthouse in Alberta, the building still displays the judge’s bench, witness stand, and other court artifacts, including the original jail cells—complete with graffiti. The Courthouse Museum is a Registered Provincial Historic Site and definitely worth the trip.

Drop in for a tour in July and August from Monday to Friday, 9AM – 5PM. Schedule an off-season tour by phoning 403-653-3366. Donations accepted.

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Cobblestone Manor

Built for a woman who never came, Belgian carpenter Henry Hoët’s 1913 masterpiece is now rarely empty. An Alberta Historic Resource, the Manor is stunning, its exterior lavishly covered by exposed river rock and its interior by old-world woodwork, authentic Tiffany glass lamps, and lighted china cabinets. Enjoy the fire, emanating from either of the home’s original fireplaces, as you savor the restaurant’s applauded fare or stay the night at the Manor’s bed and breakfast. While Henry’s love never arrived, the Manor certainly has.

403-653-2701
1-866-653-2701

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Carriage House Theatre

The Carriage House Theatre presents the best live theatre in Southern Alberta, showcasing spectacular musicals and rollicking comedies. Professional-level talent and acclaimed directors maintain the theatre’s proud tradition of sell-out shows that rival anything south of the Jubilee Auditorium.

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Lee Creek Valley Golf Course

This Les Furber designed 18-hole Cardston golf course nestled in the Lee Creek Valley, offers a picturesque view of the mountains, wildlife and natural scenery.  We offer a challenge for golfers of all levels.  Our par 71 course, features friendly services, multiple elevated tee boxes & sand & water hazards for your great round of golf. Strategic club selection is rewarded on this course! You will simply love this Cardston golf course!

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Card Pioneer Home

The Card Pioneer Home, built by the leader of the first group of Mormon settlers, is open to the public on Cardston’s main street each afternoon, six days a week in the summer. See what life in a real ‘little house on the prairie’ was like.

Drop in for a tour in July and August from Tuesday to Saturday, 11AM – 7PM. Schedule an off-season tour by phoning 403-653-3366.Donations accepted.

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Cardston Alberta Temple

One of southern Alberta’s most recognized landmarks, the Cardston, Alberta Temple stands majestically in the town’s centre. The town’s settlers, Mormon pioneers, spent ten years constructing the palatial structure while they themselves lived in crude log houses and suffered abject poverty. The temple, finally finished in 1923, stands as a testament to their faith—and their engineering. The first Mormon temple built outside the United States, its clear geometry and strong lines echo the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.

On September 16, 1995, the Government of Canada named the Cardston Alberta Temple a Canadian Historic Site.

The Visitor Centre is open daily from Victoria Day (May) through Labour Day (September).

403-653-3552