Located 40 km east of Calgary, Strathmore, Alberta is situated along the Trans Canada Highway giving it easy access to the Bow River and the City of Calgary. Originally, Strathmore was a hamlet for the Canadian Pacific Railway lines. Now, the railroad tracks are removed and a growing community of 5 000 homes has emerged. Residents of Strathmore enjoy the best of both worlds. They can take advantage of all the benefits that come with big city life while enjoying the comforts of small town, country living. Even more, a bustling agricultural community and a focus on family and preserving a certain quality of life as a way of life make Strathmore an amazing place to live. Currently, 13,756 people reside in Strathmore.
Residents favourite the Strathmore Family Centre because of vast array of recreational activities offered at the Centre. Residents can enjoy hockey, ringette, figure skating, and even lacrosse in the summer months. The Strathmore Family Centre also houses a large convention centre that can seat up to 250 for community events and meetings.
The town of Strathmore offers an abundance of green space, open outdoor areas and pathways. Residents can enjoy spending time at Kinsmen Park, Lambert Park and even the Agricultural Society Campground. More specifically, residents can go fishing or canoeing at Kinsmen Park, enjoy a walk or picnic at Lambert Park and enjoy the annual Strathmore Rodeo at the Agricultural Society Campground.
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There are lots of great things for you and your family to do in Strathmore.
Strathmore is a strong community with great people, amenities, and services. Here are just a few of the great people, places, and services without our neighbourhood.