This website is an initiative of Athabasca County’s Tourism/Economic Development Committee. Representation on the committee consists of Councillors and members-at-large from both Athabasca County and the Town of Athabasca.
The committee endeavours to support and implement programs and activities that further the goals of economic and tourism development within the Athabasca region.
About Athabasca County
Athabasca County has a permanent population of 7,662 residents (2011 Census) within its 6,122.75 square kilometres of land. The region has long been reputed for its excellent outdoor amenities, including great fishing, hunting, quadding, and snowmobiling opportunities. Others can enjoy our campgrounds, hiking trails, and paved roads perfect for a motorcycle trip. A number of lakes with clean water and maintained beaches are perfect for a day trip.
For more information on Athabasca County, visit www.athabascacounty.com or call 780 675 2273.
About the Town of Athabasca
The Town of Athabasca is nestled at the elbow of the Athabasca River. Once a critical junction for the fur trade and klondikers hoping to strike it rich, the bustling community of 2,990 residents (2011 Census) enjoys the convenience of many urban amenities balanced with the pleasures of a rural lifestyle. The riverfront stage, children’s water park, and skate park all serve as gathering places throughout the year.
For more information on the Town of Athabasca, visit www.athabasca.ca or call 780 675 2063.