Nobleford’s heritage is firmly grounded in agriculture and visitors can see evidence of this community’s past at its entrance where the Noble blade is proudly displayed. Developed by Charles Noble during the 1930’s, the blade was designed to reduce soil erosion against southern Alberta winds.
His successful home business later became a factory that brought new residents and more businesses to the community. A fascinating history that’s recounted at the Nobleford Heritage Museum. Located just 32 km northwest of lethbridge, Nobleford attracts residents and visitors looking for quiet country living.
Nobleford features 3 km of walking paths with interpretive signs that describe the surrounding vistas and a nine hole golf course with a view of Keho Lake. Windsurfers know Keho Lake as the best lake in southern Alberta for ‘big waves, big air and big wind.’ Lake amenities include campsites, camp kitchen, and restaurant.
Keho Park Golf Club; Nobleford Area Museum; Historic Walking Path; Historic Noble Blade Park; Keho Lake
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