Tourism

Two Hills offers a variety of recreational facilities and opportunities for all ages.

The D.M. Geleta Memorial Park is located next to Highway 36 on the south side of town, and includes the Two Hills Centennial Hall, the Two Hills Centennial Arena, and the new Recreational Facility featuring a 24 hour exercise facility, a 3 sheet curling rink, a large dance room, the Youth Centre, a banquet room and two viewing areas. In this park you will also find ball diamonds, rodeo grounds, tennis courts and a beautiful picnic and camping site along the banks of the Vermillion River.

The Two Hills Swimming Pool was recently renovated and features a leisure pool, children's pool and sauna. The pool will be open all year round and offers Swimming Lessons and Fitness Classes.

The Two Hills Lions Golf & Country Club, located next to Highway 45, is considered to be one of the best 9-hole golf courses in Alberta. This picturesque course was completed in 1993 and plays 3131 yards from the blue, 2892 yards from the white, and 2639 yards from the red tees. Huge grass-contoured greens, four spectacular ponds and 26 sand traps make this an exciting and challenging course. There is also a full driving range next to the Clubhouse. Push and power cart rentals as well as food and beverage services are available through the Clubhouse.

The Two Hills & District Historical Museum, run by the Two Hills Historical Society, is housed inside the Two Hills Community Centre, and contains many interesting items used by out ancestors in this area. The museum also maintains the first house built in Two Hills (picture left) as well as several other interesting historical objects located on its grounds: for example, a train car (picture below) and some agricultural equipment. You can visit the museum at 5019-50 Street, or call (780) 657 2379 for more information.