A unique prairie community because it is not located on a railroad, Linden has no grain elevators, but has a large number of manufacturing businesses. Mennonite farmers established Linden in the 1930’s and today, intensive agricultural operations can be found in the area.
For visitors, various recreation activities are available; two dams are kept stock with trout, many hiking trails are in the river valley, and the adventurous visitors can cross Alberta’s only covered bridge on a hiking trail. Other activities include the custom Woolen Mills – the only woolen mill in western Canada.
Coulee Park and Campground
Boomtown communities and an extensive river valley system greet you as you travel least fr...
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