From its humble beginnings as a Village in 1912, the Town of Three Hills has a long, strong history of community gregariousness and pride. With a current population of 3,322 residents, Three Hills has the security and quality of life of a small town with numerous “big city” amenities.
The residents of Three Hills take great pride in providing a welcoming atmosphere for visitors and settlers alike. Big smiles and warm welcomes are abundant in Three Hills! Social events are common place with many venues to choose from, including block party luncheons and swap meets, cabarets, and concerts.
Community events are produced by several organizations through out the year, including the famous Cruise Night & Vintage Motorcycle Show, featuring over 1200 vehicles, show and shine competition and town cruise; Parade Day featuring a parade, ball tournament, Battle of the Axes ultimate firefighters challenge, concessions with live entertainment, and children’s carnival; and the Winter Celebration featuring a bonfire, concession and fireworks.
The town’s abundant facilities, social opportunities, and welcoming atmosphere make Three Hills a wonderful place to live and play.
Three Hills boasts excellent recreation facilities, including an Arena, Curling Rink, Bowling Alley, Aquatic Centre, Splash Park and Wading Pool, and a Historical Museum. Three Hills has seven parks within the town limits, as well as, Tennis Courts, Ball Diamonds and walking trails. The Downtown sector features numerous shopping and dining conveniences with fantastic bargains and culinary delights.
Guzoo Animal Farm; Kneehill Historical Museum; Three Hills Golf Club
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