- Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail – Old rail lines abandoned by the Canadian National Railway in 1999, is part of the Trans-Canada Trail and offers endless kilometres of trails and pathways for cyclists, walkers, ATVs and horseback riders. And in the winter, snowmobilers and skiers come out to play!
- Camrose & District Centennial Museum – This website hosts a wonderful photo archive collection of the area
- Elk Point Historical Society– see the history of a small town in rural Alberta, Canada, starting in the late 1700’s and continuing to today
- Go East of Edmonton Travel Magazine – The most comprehensive regional tourism website with over 1000 Things To See & Do. Complete Tourism and Travel Information.
- HotelsCombined – http://www.hotelscombined.com
- Kalyna Country – dedicated to the preservation of the unique history, natural beauty and culture east of Edmonton, Alberta for all those who experience it.
- Saddle Lake Museum– Built in the shape of an eagle, this cultural centre features exhibits & artifacts that portray & celebrate local Cree history.
- St. Paul & District Chamber of Commerce – Promotes & improves trade & commerce and the economic, agricultural, civic and social development within the area.
- Strathcona County Museum & Archives – Our exhibits are arranged around a village square. Various events hosted year round
- Town of St. Paul
- Travel Alberta
- Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village – An open-air museum where costumed role-players recreate the life of early Ukrainian pioneers that settled in east central Alberta from 1892-1930
- Victoria Settlement Provincial Historic Site – This is where the Hudson’s Bay Company established Fort Victoria in 1864 to trade with the local natives.
Two Museums in One!
Musée Historique de St. Paul Historical Museum
Showcasing the rich history of St. Paul, Alberta:
- First Nations use of this area
- Winnipeg Trail
- Fur Trade
- Father Lacombe and the original Metis colony between 1896 and 1909
- Homesteading and development of the town
- Yearly special displays
Peoples’ Museum Society of/de St. Paul & District
Interactive displays featuring the agricultural traditions of rural northeastern Alberta, including:
- Farm machinery
- Model of a 1939 sawmill
- Displays related to blacksmithing, milk processing, veterinary medicine, beekeeping, and shipping grain crops.
- Restored 1914 log home built by the Destrube family of Rife, Alberta