Our regions spans from Whitecourt, north and east to Fort Assiniboine, and includes Goose Lake and Blue Ridge, and all points in between.
Woodlands County is a rural municipality approximately 150 kilometers northwest of Edmonton, Alberta.
With an area of 7,668 square kilometers, the county surrounds the Town of Whitecourt, and includes the hamlets of Blue Ridge, Goose Lake and Fort Assiniboine.
With a population of over 4,550 people, Woodlands County is a thriving natural playground, welcoming families, businesses and tourists alike to experience and enjoy all there is to offer.
Wild Alberta is a tourism identity for the North Central Alberta region including Woodlands County. A visitor's guide showcasing the different events, activities, campgrounds and business is produced every year. Wild Alberta is a project under the Grizzly Regional Economic Alliance Society (GROWTH).
Planning an adventure in Woodlands County and region? Visit wildalberta.com